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Global PCR (qPCR, dPCR, Singleplex & Multiplex) Markets Report 2021-2025 with Updated Impacts of COVID-19 Diagnostics –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “PCR Markets: Forecasts for qPCR, dPCR, Singleplex & Multiplex Markets with Executive and Consultant Guides, Including Customized Forecasting and Analysis. Updated to Include Impact of COVID-19 Diagnostics 2021 to 2025” report has been added to’s offering.

The report forecasts the market size out to 2024 with the only analysis available that breaks out Singleplex and Multiplex testing markets. PCR has proved itself in the market. And the new generation of PCR, digital PCR promises to keep that success going. Driven even faster by the huge demand for pandemic diagnostics.

COVID-19 Diagnostics is driving PCR into a dominant technology role and spurring the growth of new PCR based technologies. Will thermal cycling become obsolete?

Are singleplex tests going to be obsolete? Will routine cancer screening become a reality? Will diagnostics move into the Physician’s Office or even the Home? Will digital PCR become the new lab standard?

New levels of sensitivity have implications for Liquid Biopsy and Cancer Screening markets. Lowering costs, improving outcomes and even helping in the battle against Anti Microbial Resistance. Learn about this market including the issues and outlooks. The two key trends of Point of Care Testing and Molecular Diagnostics are merging with spectacular success.

Key Topics Covered:

Market Guides

1. Introduction and Market Definition

1.1 What are PCR Technologies?

1.2 PCR and Syndromic Testing

1.3 Market Definition

1.4 Methodology

1.5 U.S. Medical Market and laboratory Testing – Perspective

2. PCR – Guide to PCR Technologies

2.1 Concepts

2.1.1 Method

2.2 Applications

2.2.1 Finding Specific DNA

2.2.2 Measuring DNA

2.2.3 Medical and diagnostic applications

2.3 PCR – Advantages and Disadvantages

2.4 Different Types of PCR

2.4.1 Simple Changes

2.4.2 Digital PCR Droplet Digital PCR Comparison between dPCR and Real-Time PCR (qPCR) Digital PCR in Use Digital PCR Commercial History

2.4.3 Isothermal PCR

3. Industry Overview

3.1 Players in a Dynamic Market

3.1.1 Academic Research Lab

3.1.2 Diagnostic Test Developer

3.1.3 Genomic Instrumentation Supplier

3.1.4 Pharmaceutical/Reagent Supplier

3.1.5 Independent Testing Lab

3.1.6 Public National/regional lab

3.1.7 Hospital lab

3.1.8 Physician Lab

3.1.9 Audit Body

3.1.10 Certification Body

4. Market Trends

4.1 Factors Driving Growth

4.1.1 A New Standard

4.1.2 Down the Curve We Go

4.1.3 Multiplexing

4.1.4 Syndromic Diagnostics Looks Unstoppable

4.1.5 The Genetic Blizzard

4.2 Factors Limiting Growth

4.2.1 The Cost Curve

4.2.2 The Other Guys

4.2.3 Systemic Roadblocks

4.3 Diagnostic Technology Development

4.3.1 The Instrumentation Curve

4.3.2 Shifting Role of Diagnostics

4.3.3 Diagnostics Moves Out of the Hospital

4.3.4 Disruption Looms

4.3.5 The Next Five Years

5. PCR Recent Developments

5.1 Recent Developments – Importance and How to Use This Section

5.1.1 Importance of These Developments

6. Profiles of Key PCR Companies

7. The PCR Markets

8. Global PCR Markets – By Application

8.1 Global Market by Application – Overview

8.2 PCR Clinical Multiplex

8.3 PCR Clinical Singleplex

8.4 PCR Research

8.5 PCR Single C19

9. Global PCR Markets – By Technology

9.1 Global Market by Technology – Overview

9.2 qPCR

9.3 dPCR

9.4 Single C19 PCR

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