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The use of DNA sequencing techniques has increased in recent years, owing to a variety of applications in fields such as medicine, agriculture, forensics, biological research, and others
FREMONT, CA: In the future years, the DNA Sequencing Market is predicted to rise at an unstoppable rate. At-home diagnostic kits are becoming increasingly popular in the medical world. In the near future, this on-demand product trend is likely to sweep the healthcare industry. Home kits have been shown to assist in educating patients and bringing those to medical appointments better prepared, reducing the time spent on diagnosis. The status quo would also help keep the healthcare industry's cash registers ringing in the future.
DNA sequencing is a technique for determining the sequence of a DNA molecule in the lab. Using various sequencing techniques available on the market, the arrangement of four nucleotide bases, namely Guanine, Cytosine, Adenine, and Thymine, can be detected. The Human Genome Project was a huge step forward in analyzing the entire human genome sequence.
The use of DNA sequencing techniques has increased in recent years, owing to a variety of applications in fields such as medicine.
Agriculture, forensics, biological research, and others. Starting with Sanger sequencing, the market is rapidly expanding, with millions of sequencing analyses performed every day. This is due to the field's technological advancements, which have improved the speed, precision, fidelity, and magnitude of sequencing procedures.
In the realm of sequencing, next generation sequencing is the most recent technique. Illumina (Solexa), Roche 454, Ion Torrent, and SOLiD sequencing are some of the most popular NGS technologies on the market. Third-generation DNA sequencing equipment, such as the SMRT and Oxford Nanopore, are now available on the market, measuring the addition of nucleotides to a single DNA molecule in real time.
Oncology research is a major application field for DNA sequencing, and the use of sequencing techniques to detect mutations is expanding. With various sequencer machine models, key Next Generation DNA Sequencing market participants include Life Technologies, Illumina, Hamilton Thorne Biosciences, Siemens AG, Pacific Biosciences, Eppendorf, Perkin Elmer, Tecan, and Thermo Scientific. Personal genomics and individualized therapeutics are the wave of the future in healthcare.