(PharmaNewsWire.Com, April 16, 2018 ) Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) is a method used in the field of molecular biology for the amplification of a single copy or multiple copies of segments of a DNA. The magnification can be done across several orders of magnitude and leads to the generation of millions or thousands of copies of a particular DNA sequence. PCR is now a very commonly used and highly applied technique in the fields of research and clinical laboratories.
The technique has a variety of applications. These applications include gene mutagenesis, gene functional analysis, hereditary disease monitoring and diagnosis, ancient DNA amplification, DNA profiling, DNA sequencing, gene manipulation and cloning, and the detection of pathogen is tests of nucleic acid for identification of infectious diseases.
The market is being driven on the basis of rapid increase in the number of populace with genetic disorders and infectious diseases, innovation in technology, the increasing aging population and the rapid rise in the amount of funding and investments. Further, the vast applications of PCR, and increasing research in the same due to provision of encouraging amounts of grants from governments are further aiding the growth of the market. The high requirement of capital is one of the major restraints faced by the market.
The Europe region is geographically segmented into U.K, Germany, Spain, France, and Italy. On the global scale, Europe holds the second highest market share in the global market, owing to better development of the market, rising application of DNA profiling, and supportive governmental policies for research in PCR. UK leads the market in the region, followed by Germany and Italy.
The major market contributors for the Europe Cell Fractionation market are Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Qiagen N.V., F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Agilent Technologies Inc., Takara Bio, Affymetrix Inc., Promega Corporation, Sigma-Aldrich Corporation, and Quanta Biosciences.
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