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タンパク質電気泳動およびウェスタン分析シリーズ1(2012年) - ライフサイエンスのダッシュボード

2012 Protein Electrophoresis & Western Analysis Series 1 - Life Science Dashboard

発行 Percepta Associates Inc. 商品コード 219518
出版日 ページ情報 英文
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タンパク質電気泳動およびウェスタン分析シリーズ1(2012年) - ライフサイエンスのダッシュボード 2012 Protein Electrophoresis & Western Analysis Series 1 - Life Science Dashboard
出版日: 2012年01月25日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

ライフサイエンス産業において、たんぱく質電気泳動およびウェスタン分析製品は、ライフサイエンスサプライヤーが同市場における製品・サービスの改善を続けているため、主要な成長分野となっています。

当レポートは、北米・欧州の科学者を対象に行った調査から、タンパク質電気泳動およびウェスタン分析製品の利用に関する各種指標をまとめたものであり、市場規模、製品の利用状況、製品への満足度、製品選定の意思決定への影響因子などをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

目次

  • 図表
  • エグゼクティブサマリー
  • 主要調査結果・予測
  • たんぱく質電気泳動およびウェスタン分析のダッシュボード
  • 調査手法
  • アンケート案内文
  • 回答者統計
  • ライフサイエンス技術の実行頻度
  • たんぱく質分離およびたんぱく質分析製品の利用頻度
  • スループット・成長率
  • 回答者が答えた1実験あたりの価格
  • 総市場規模・総市場の成長率
  • セグメント別の市場シェア
  • 顧客満足度・サプライヤー変更の意思
  • 一次・二次実験目標
  • たんぱく質電気泳動およびウェスタン分析製品の障害
  • たんぱく質電気泳動およびウェスタン分析製品の変更意思
  • アンケート内容
  • 付録

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目次
Product Code: 1201PEW

Abstract

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Overview

Protein electrophoresis is a commonly used technique to separate proteins, and is often followed by in-gel staining and/or western analysis to detect the proteins of interest. With a wide variety of applications in proteomics, ranging from protein characterization to protein quantification and applications in other areas such as clinical diagnostics and verification of in vivo and in vitro protein expression, protein electrophoresis and western analysis products are widely used by scientists in academia and industry. Protein electrophoresis and western analysis products represent a key growth area in the life sciences industry as life science suppliers continue improving products and services in this market.

In order to dive more deeply into the characteristics and dynamics of the market for protein electrophoresis and western analysis, Percepta has introduced the Protein Electrophoresis and Western Analysis Dashboard"!, designed to take a snapshot of the current market landscape with the future goal of repeating and publishing the study to give Dashboard readers the ongoing story of how the market is adopting to new products, new competitors and sales and marketing strategies.

The Protein Electrophoresis and Western Analysis Dashboard"! was developed from responses to a 36-question survey completed by 462 scientists predominantly located in North America and Europe. This Dashboard reveals key market indicators for the protein electrophoresis and western analysis market as a whole as well as for the following sub-segments:

  • Protein capillary electrophoresis systems
  • Protein electrophoresis gels or gel casting reagents
  • Protein standards
  • Protein stains
  • Western blotting membranes
  • Western detection reagents
  • Certain market information (share of mentions) is also included on the following electrophoresis apparatus segments:
  • Protein electrophoresis apparatus
  • Western transfer device
  • Electrophoresis power supplies
  • This report is focused on the use of protein electrophoresis and western analysis products in life science research market.

Survey Methodology

In November of 2011, Percepta fielded the Protein Electrophoresis and Western Analysis Survey to a subset of the company's panel of life scientists. Individuals were invited by e-mail blast to click through to a webpage at perceptabioanalytix.com where the survey was hosted. Invitations were delivered on November 14, 2011 and results collected through November 30, 2011. A total of 462 qualified scientists completed the survey. Results based on the aggregate of collected responses are revealed in this Protein Electrophoresis and Western Analysis Dashboard.

Respondent Demographics

Respondents from the academic, government and commercial market segments are well represented, with 25.1% of respondents employed in an industry setting and 74.9% of respondents employed in academic setting. 66.8% of respondents are from North America, while 31.8% reside in Europe and 1.4% resides in the rest of the world.

Junior (Lab Tech, Grad Students, Post-Doctoral Fellow), mid-level (Department Manager, Project Manager, Scientist, Core Manager, Professor, Instructor, Lab Manager) and senior (PI, Group Leader, Lab Director, Senior Scientist, CEO) scientists are well represented in the data set, with the most cited job titles being Post-Doctoral Fellow/Research Fellow (17.5% of respondents) and Principal Investigator (14.9%).

A wide variety of scientific areas of specialization is also evident, led by molecular biology (named by 21.4% of respondents as their primary or secondary area of expertise) and biochemistry (named by 16.2% of respondents). Cell biology (12.8%) is the only other application named by more than 10.0% of respondents.

Small (1-5 scientists), medium (6-20 scientists) and large (>20 scientists) laboratories are well represented: 35.0% of respondents work in labs where 1 to 5 people perform experiments; 50.9% in labs with 6 to 20 experimenters, and the remaining 14.1% in labs with greater than 20 bench scientists.

Table of Contents

  • 7 Figures and Tables
  • 11 Executive Summary
  • 13 Key Findings and Implications
  • 16 Protein Electrophoresis and Western Analysis Dashboard
  • 22 Survey Methodology
  • 24 Survey Invitation Text
  • 25 Respondent Demographics
  • 37 Frequency of Performance of Life Science Techniques
  • 42 Frequency of Use of Protein Separation and Protein Analysis Products
  • 65 Throughput and Growth Rate
  • 72 Respondents' Stated Price Per Experiment
  • 75 Total Market Size and Total Market Growth Rate
  • 77 Market Shares by Segment (Share of Mentions)
  • 116 Customer Satisfaction And Interest In Switching Suppliers
  • 121 Product Features That Influence Purchasing Decisions
  • 127 Primary and Secondary Experimental Objectives
  • 132 Bottlenecks in Protein Electrophoresis and Analysis
  • 139 Desired Changes to Protein Electrophoresis and Western Analysis Products
  • 154 Survey Questionnaire
  • 164 Appendix: Abbreviated Techniques

Figures and Tables

  • 27 Figure 1: Respondents' Place of Employment
  • 29 Figure 2: Respondents' Location
  • 31 Figure 3: Respondents' Job Title
  • 33 Figure 4: Respondents' Areas of Expertise/Specialization
  • 36 Figure 5: Number of Employees in Respondents' Laboratories
  • 39 Figure 6: Percentage of Respondents Performing Various Life Science Techniques at Least a Few Times per Year
  • 44 Figure 7: Percentage of Respondents Using Various Protein Separation and/or Analysis Products
  • 45 Figure 8: Percentage of Respondents Using Various Protein Separation and/or Analysis Products by Place of Employment
  • 47 Figure 9: Frequency of Using Protein Capillary Electrophoresis Systems
  • 49 Figure 10: Frequency of Using Protein Electrophoresis Gels or Gel Casting Reagents
  • 51 Figure 11: Frequency of Using Protein Standards
  • 53 Figure 12: Frequency of Using Protein Stains
  • 55 Figure 13: Frequency of Using Western Blotting Membranes
  • 57 Figure 14: Frequency of Using Western Detection Reagents
  • 59 Figure 15: Primary Method for Western Detection
  • 60 Figure 16: System Used for Western Transfer
  • 61 Figure 17: Primary Method for In-Gel Protein Detection
  • 79 Figure 18: Primary Supplier for Protein Capillary Electrophoresis Reagents
  • 83 Figure 19: Primary Supplier for Protein Electrophoresis Gels or Gel Casting Reagents
  • 87 Figure 20: Primary Supplier for Protein Electrophoresis Apparatus
  • 91 Figure 21: Primary Supplier for Protein Standards
  • 95 Figure 22: Primary Supplier for Protein Stains
  • 99 Figure 23: Primary Supplier for Western Blotting Membranes
  • 103 Figure 24: Primary Supplier for Western Detection Reagents
  • 107 Figure 25: Primary Supplier for Western Transfer Device
  • 111 Figure 26: Primary Supplier for Electrophoresis Power Supplies
  • 120 Figure 27: Percentage of Respondents That Have Switched Suppliers inthe Last Six Months
  • 123 Figure 28: Percentage of Respondents Buying Precast Protein Gels
  • 125 Figure 29: Most Important Features of Pre-Cast Protein Gels
  • 126 Figure 30: Most Important Features of Protein Electrophoresis Transfer Units
  • 129 Figure 31: Primary and Secondary Experimental Objectives for ProteinElectrophoresis and Western Blotting Experiments
  • 134 Figure 32: Bottlenecks in Protein Electrophoresis and Analysis
  • 166 Figure 33: Non-Current Users of Protein Electrophoresis and WesternAnalysis Products: Future Plans
  • 34 Table 1: Respondents' Areas of Expertise/Specialization (Values for Figures 4)
  • 40 Table 2: Frequency of Performance of Various Life Science Techniques
  • 41 Table 3: Frequency of Co-Performance of Various Life Science Techniques
  • 46 Table 4: Frequency of Use of Various Protein Separation and/orAnalysis Products
  • 48 Table 5: Frequency of Using Protein Capillary Electrophoresis Systems byPlace of Employment and Location
  • 50 Table 6: Frequency of Using Protein Electrophoresis Gels or Gel CastingReagents by Place of Employment and Location
  • 52 Table 7: Frequency of Using Protein Standards by Place of Employment and Location
  • 54 Table 8: Frequency of Using Protein Stains by Place of Employmentand Location
  • 56 Table 9: Frequency of Using Western Blotting Membranes by Place ofEmployment and Location
  • 58 Table 10: Frequency of Using Western Detection Reagents by Place ofEmployment and Location
  • 63 Table 11: Frequency of Co-Performance of Life Science Techniques withProtein Electrophoresis and Western Analysis Products
  • 64 Table 12: Frequency of Co-Performance of Protein Electrophoresis andWestern Analysis Products with Life Science Techniques
  • 67 Table 13: Mean, Median and Trim Mean Monthly Throughput for ProteinElectrophoresis and Western Analysis Products
  • 68 Table 13A: Mean, Median and Trim Mean Monthly Throughput for ProteinElectrophoresis and Western Analysis Products by Placeof Employment
  • 69 Table 14: Percentage of Respondents Conducting Various Numbers of ProteinElectrophoresis and Western Analysis Experiments Per Month
  • 71 Table 15: Projected Growth in the Usage of Protein Electrophoresis andWestern Analysis Products
  • 74 Table 16: Mean, Median and Trim Mean Price Per Experiment for ProteinElectrophoresis and Western Analysis Products
  • 76 Table 17: Estimated Market Size for Protein Electrophoresis and Western Analysis
  • 81 Table 18: Primary Supplier for Protein Capillary Electrophoresis Reagents by Market Segment
  • 85 Table 19: Primary Supplier for Protein Electrophoresis Gels or Gel Casting Reagents by Market Segment
  • 89 Table 20: Primary Supplier for Protein Electrophoresis Apparatus byMarket Segment
  • 93 Table 21: Primary Supplier for Protein Standards by Market Segment
  • 97 Table 22: Primary Supplier for Protein Stains by Market Segment
  • 101 Table 23: Primary Supplier for Western Blotting Membranes by Market Segment
  • 105 Table 24: Primary Supplier for Western Detection Reagents by Market Segment
  • 109 Table 25: Primary Supplier for Western Transfer Device by Market Segment
  • 113 Table 26: Primary Supplier for Electrophoresis Power Supplies by Market Segment
  • 114 Table 27: Market Share Leaders for Various Protein Electrophoresisand Western Analysis Products
  • 118 Table 28: Satisfaction with Various Protein Electrophoresis andWestern Analysis Products
  • 124 Table 29: Percentage of Respondents Buying Precast Protein Gels byMarket Segment
  • 130 Table 30: Primary and Secondary Experimental Objectives for VariousProtein Electrophoresis and Western Blotting Experiments (Values for Figure 31)
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