The use of multiplex assays in companion diagnostics for increasing the safety & efficacy of therapies and the advantages of multiplex assays over conventional methods are the major factors driving the growth of the multiplex assays market.
The global multiplex assays market is projected to reach $3.35 Billion in 2023 from $2.17 Billion in 2017, at CAGR of 7.5%.
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Multiplex Assays Technologies:
1. Flow Cytometry
2. Fluorescence Detection
4. Multiplex Real-Time PCR
The flow cytometry segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR in the global multiplex assays market. The high CAGR can be attributed to the wide applications of flow cytometry in detection & measurement of protein expression, RNA, cell health status (cell viability & toxicity), and characterization & identification of various cell types.
Geographical Growth and Demand Analysis:
The APAC market is projected to register the highest growth rate during the forecast period primarily due to its pharmaceutical market, which is growing at the fastest pace in the world, the availability of a large number of qualified researchers, and increasing prevalence of cancer and infectious diseases.
North America is expected to account for the largest share of this market, followed by Europe. Growth in the North American market is mainly driven by the increasing per capita healthcare expenditure and the presence of technologically advanced healthcare infrastructure in the region. Initiatives taken by different government associations are also anticipated to boost market growth in the coming years.
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The key players in the global multiplex assays market are Luminex (US), Bio-Rad Laboratories (US), Becton Dickinson (US), Illumina (US), and Thermo Fisher Scientific (US).
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