Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Market Size, Revenue, and Forecast to 2030 (2023)

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March 28, 2023 (The Expresswire) --360 Market Updates ( released a new research report onDigital Polymerase Chain Reaction Market 2023com117Report pages and enhance them with self-explanatory tables, pie charts and smart-format graphs. In the search, you will find new market sizes, latest trends, CAGR status, drivers, development plans, constraints, trending technologies and opportunities created by targeting market-related stakeholders. The growth of the Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction market was primarily driven by expanding RandD spending across the globe. Some of the key players detailed in the survey are, Analytik Jena, Integrated DNA Technologies, F. Hoffmann-La Roche, Affymetrix, Exiqon, Integromics, Ocimum Biosolutions, Optigene, Advanced Molecular Systems, BioMerieux, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Altona Diagnostics, Eppendorf, Agilent Technologies, Illumina, Formulatrix, Bio- Rad Laboratories, Fluorogenics, ArcticZymes, Eurogentec (ein Teil der Kaneka Corporation), Central Biotechnology Services, Fast-Track Diagnostics, Kyratec, Harvard Bioscience, Anachem, Biosearch Technologies, Qiagen, Biotools BandM Labs, Abbott Laboratories, Becton Dickinson, Bibby Scientific, Cepheid, Kapa Biosystems, Fluidigm, BIOTECON Diagnostics,

Browse market size, charts, tables and figures with detailed TOC with 117 pages of report on Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction market by Application (, Clinical Diagnostics, Research, Forensics,), by Type (, Digital PCR Equipment, Consumables & Reagents, Software & Services, ,) Business outlook, top companies, top regions, product demand, market size and growth.

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Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Market Size, Segment (Mainly with MajorType (, Digital PCR Equipment, Consumables & Reagents, Software & Services, , ,), End User (, Clinical Diagnostics, Research, Forensics, ) and Regions), Current Status, Development Trends and Competitive Landscape . Additionally, the 117-page report provides detailed cost and supply chain analysis.

Innovation and technological advancement will further optimize product performance and make it more widely used by downstream end users. Furthermore, analysis of consumer behavior and market dynamics (drivers, restraints, opportunities) provides crucial information to understand the Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction market.


Main market players:

● Analyst Jena

● Integrated DNA Technologies

● F. Hoffmann-La Roche

● Affymetrix

● Exiqon

● Integromik

● Ocimum biological solutions

● Optigen

● Advanced molecular systems

● BioMérieux

● Thermo Fisher Scientific

● Altona Diagnostics

● Eppendorf

● Agilent Technologies

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● Enlightenment

● Formula Writer

● Bio-Rad-Labors

● Fluorogen

● ArcticZymes

● Eurogentec (parte da Kaneka Corporation)

● Central Biotechnology Services

● Quick diagnosis

● Kyratec

● Harvard Life Sciences

● Anachem

● Bioresearch Technologies

● Qiagen

● Biotools BandM Labs

● Abbott Laboratories

● Becton Dickinson

● Bibby Scientific

● Cepheids

● Kapa Biosystems

● Fluidigma

● BIOTECON-Diagnosis

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This study also includes company profiles, product specifications and images, sales, market shares and contact information of different regional, international and local vendors in the Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction market. Market offerings often evolve with increasing scientific innovation and Manda activity in the industry. In addition, many local and regional vendors offer specific application products to different end users. New market entrants are finding it difficult to compete with international suppliers based on reliability, quality and modernity in technology.

Market divided by type, can be divided into:-

● Digital PCR equipment

● Consumables and reagents

● Software and Services

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Market breakdown by application, can be divided into:-

● Clinical diagnosis

● Search

● Expertise

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Market segment by region/country including:-

-North America(United States, Canada and Mexico)
-Europa(Germany, UK, France, Italy, Russia and Spain, etc.)
-Asia-Pacific(China, Japan, Korea, India, Australia and Southeast Asia, etc.)
-South America(Brazil, Argentina and Colombia etc.)
-Middle East and Africa(South Africa, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, etc.)


To better understand the market conditions, a five forces analysis is carried out which includes the bargaining power of buyers, the bargaining power of suppliers, the threat of new entrants, the threat of substitutes and the threat of rivalry.

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-technological(changes in digital or mobile technology, automation, research and development)

-legal(employment law, consumer law, health and safety, international and trade regulations and restrictions)

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Global Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Market Research Report 2023-2029 by Manufacturers, Regions, Types, and Applications

1. Introduction
1.1 Purpose of the study
1.2 Market definition
1.3 Market scope
1.3.1 Market Segment by Type, Application, and Marketing Channel
1.3.2 Major regions covered (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa)
1.4 years considered for the study (2015-2029)
1.5 Currency considered (US Dollars)
1.6 Interested Parties

2 Main conclusions of the study

3 Market dynamics
3.1 Drivers of this market
3.2 Factors that challenge the market
3.3 Global Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Market Opportunities (Regions, Downstream Growing/Emerging Market Analysis)
3.4 Technology and Market Developments in the Digital Polymerase Chain Reactions Market
3.5 Industry News by Region
3.6 Regulatory Scenario by Region/Country
3.7 Market Investment Scenario Analysis of Strategic Recommendations

4 Market Value Chain Digital Polymerase Chain Reactions

4.1 Situation of the Value Chain
4.2 Upstream Commodity Analysis
4.3 Analysis of the main intermediary companies (by production base, by type of product)
4.4 Distributors/Resellers
4.5 Analysis of main downstream customers (by region)

5 Global Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Market Segment by Types
6 Global Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Market Segment by Applications

7 Global Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Market Segment by Marketing Channels
7.1 Traditional Marketing Channel (Offline)
7.2 Canal Online

8 Profiles of Competitive Intelligence Companies

9 Global Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Market Segment by Geography

9.1 North America
9.2 Europa
9.3 Asia-Pacific
9.4 Latin America

9.5 Middle East and Africa

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10 future predictions of the Global Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction market from 2023-2029

10.1 Global Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Market Forecast from 2023 to 2029 by Regions
10.2 Global Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Production Forecast and Growth Rate by Type (2023-2029)
10.3 Global Digital Polymerase Chain Reaction Consumption and Growth Rate by Application (2023-2029)

11 Appendix
11.1 Methodology
11.2 Research Data Source


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How big is the polymerase chain reaction market? ›

The global polymerase chain reaction market size was valued at USD 36.84 billion in 2022 and is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of -9.30% from 2023 to 2030.

What is digital PCR used for? ›

Digital PCR is used for the analysis of gene expression at both the DNA and RNA levels in the following areas: Detection and measurement of genomic DNA methylation. Increased sensitivity in transcriptional analyses with absolute quantification.

What is the use of PCR in drug development? ›

The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is used to make millions of copies of a target piece of DNA. It is an indispensable tool in modern molecular biology and has transformed scientific research and diagnostic medicine.

What does the polymerase chain reaction enable scientists to do? ›

ANS: Polymerase chain reaction enables scientists to make many copies of a gene.

How much is the PCR industry worth? ›

The global polymerase chain reaction (PCR) market size was USD 7.10 billion in 2020. The market is projected to grow from USD 7.80 billion in 2021 to USD 13.75 billion in 2028 at a CAGR of 8.4% in the 2021-2028 period.

Why is PCR so valuable? ›

PCR is a very sensitive technique that allows rapid amplification of a specific segment of DNA. PCR makes billions of copies of a specific DNA fragment or gene, which allows detection and identification of gene sequences using visual techniques based on size and charge.

Why is digital PCR better? ›

dPCR is recommended for analysis of copy number variation, since it can accurately detect copy changes with fewer replicates than qPCR. With qPCR, as the difference between copy numbers decreases, the number of replicates required increases rapidly.

What is the difference between digital PCR and ddPCR? ›

Superior partitioning — ddPCR technology yields 20,000 droplets per 20 µl sample, nearly two million partitioned PCR reactions in a 96-well plate, whereas chip-based digital PCR systems produce only hundreds or thousands of partitions. The greater number of partitions yields higher accuracy.

What is the difference between real-time PCR and digital PCR? ›

Absolute quantitation using real-time PCR requires standard curves and reference samples, but digital PCR allows you to quantify samples without using a standard curve. In this example using real-time PCR, notice how many wells are required to generate the standard curve.

Why is PCR popular? ›

With this revolutionary yet inexpensive biochemical technology, it's possible to generate millions of DNA copies from a single strand of DNA. As a result of this, PCR is considered to be one of the most indispensable techniques used in medical and biochemical research laboratories.

What are the ethical issues with polymerase chain reaction? ›

Problems - Because PCR is extremely sensitive, there is a risk for an increased number of inaccurate results. PCR raises a number of ethical issues relating to amniocentesis, confidentiality and personal integrity.

What are different types of PCR? ›

Types of PCR
  • Multiplex PCR. Multiplex PCR employs different primer pairs in the same reaction for simultaneous amplification of multiple targets. ...
  • Long-range PCR. ...
  • Single-cell PCR. ...
  • Fast-cycling PCR. ...
  • Methylation-specific PCR (MSP) ...
  • Hot start PCR. ...
  • High-fidelity PCR. ...
  • RAPD: Rapid amplified polymorphic DNA analysis.

What are four important applications of PCR? ›

We present a survey of the following applications of PCR: 1) The amplification of gene fragments as fast alternative of cloning. 2) The modification of DNA fragments. 3) The sensitive detection of pathogenic microorganisms, if desired followed by an accurate genotyping. 4) DNA analysis of arachaeological specimens.

What are the 4 steps of PCR? ›

The PCR process has 4 steps:collection, preparation, amplification, and post PCR clean-up. The PCR machine steps happen in the amplification step.

How many times is PCR repeated? ›

The cycle of denaturing and synthesizing new DNA is repeated as many as 30 or 40 times, leading to more than one billion exact copies of the original DNA segment. The entire cycling process of PCR is automated and can be completed in just a few hours.

How much was PCR patent sold for? ›

Cetus responded, explaining the differences between PCR and the atomic bomb. On July 23, 1991 Cetus announced that its sale to the neighboring biotechnology company Chiron. As part of the sale, rights to the PCR patents were sold for USD $300 million to Hoffman-La Roche (who in 1989 had bought limited rights to PCR).

What is the average cost of a PCR test in the USA? ›

An investigation by the Kaiser Family Foundation determined that the cost of a test can range anywhere from $20 to $850, with $127 being the median cost. Currently, the Medicare reimbursement rate for a COVID-19 test is either $51 or $100, depending on the type of test offered.

Does PCR make millions of copies? ›

Polymerase chain reaction (abbreviated PCR) is a laboratory technique for rapidly producing (amplifying) millions to billions of copies of a specific segment of DNA, which can then be studied in greater detail.

What will PCR be used for in the future? ›

In the future, this powerful technique will be increasingly applied to the study of individual genomic variation and to assess the genetic consequences of ecological and demographic events on past and contemporary populations of many organisms.

What are the disadvantages of PCR? ›

PCR Disadvantages

Its specificity is potentially lower than culturing and staining, implying an increased risk for false positives. Since specific primers are used to identify different microorganisms, physicians often need to list potential microorganisms before performing selective PCR [17].

What are the 3 advantages of PCR? ›

7 Benefits of PCR Testing for Infectious Diseases
  • Faster Results. Each BioFire Panel returns results in about an hour. ...
  • Shorter Time to Optimal Therapy. ...
  • Improve Treatment Decisions. ...
  • Avoid Unnecessary Antibiotics. ...
  • Support Antimicrobial Stewardship Efforts. ...
  • Reduce Unnecessary Testing. ...
  • Reduce Healthcare Costs.

Is PCR more effective? ›

PCR tests are generally considered more accurate than rapid tests, but rapid tests have benefits that PCR tests do not have—for example, they provide results faster and for a lower cost.

Is digital PCR Real time? ›

Digital PCR counts individual molecules for absolute quantification. Digital PCR works by digitizing a sample into many individual real-time PCR reactions; some portion of these microreactions contain the target molecule (positive) while others do not (negative).

What is the accuracy of digital PCR? ›

Digital PCR is well known by its high sensitivity, but the cost of this technique is still higher than traditional quantitative PCR [23]. For the detection of KRAS mutations, the limit of detection for ARMS, NGS, and digital PCR was reported to be 1%, 2–6%, or as low as 0.01%, respectively [12,22,24,25].

How much does ddPCR cost per sample? ›

However there are additional costs associated with ddPCR: Cost of droplet generation cartridges, gaskets and oil – ~$1.60 per sample.

What is the rule of three in ddPCR? ›

An RT-ddPCR reaction was considered positive if at least three droplets (out of 20,000 produced in the reaction) were found positive. A sample was considered positive if all replicate reactions were positive.

What advantages does digital PCR have over real-time PCR? ›

High sensitivity and absolute quantification

Compared to Real time fluorogenic quantitative PCR, dPCR is more sensitive and clinically applicable. In dPCR, the standard PCR system is accomplished by numerous microunits, which largely increases the tolerance of PCR system to inhibitors.

What are the two main types of real-time PCR analysis? ›

Real-time PCR results can either be qualitative (the presence or absence of a sequence) or quantitative (copy number). Quantitative real-time PCR is thus also known as qPCR analysis.

What is the most common use of real-time PCR? ›

Gene expression is the most common application for real-time PCR (qPCR) due to its efficiency at detecting and quantifying target genes, even at very low expression levels.

Can real-time PCR detect covid 19? ›

In order for a virus like the COVID-19 virus to be detected early in the body using real time RT–PCR, scientists need to convert the RNA to DNA. This is a process called 'reverse transcription'.

What 4 materials are needed for PCR? ›

Standard PCR reagents include a set of appropriate primers for the desired target gene or DNA segment to be amplified, DNA polymerase, a buffer for the specific DNA polymerase, deoxynucleotides (dNTPs), DNA template, and sterile water.

Does DNA polymerase ever make a mistake? ›

It is estimated that replicative eukaryotic DNA polymerases make errors approximately once every 104 – 105 nucleotides polymerized [58, 59]. Thus, each time a diploid mammalian cell replicates, at least 100,000 and up to 1,000,000 polymerase errors occur.

How long does polymerase chain reaction last? ›

These add up to around an hour for a typical 40-cycle reaction. In addition to these times, the speed of a PCR run is also dependent on ramp rates, i.e. how fast the PCR instrument can change from one temperature to another and especially how fast the cooling process works.

What are the safety issues of PCR? ›

All materials used as reagents in PCR are non-hazardous and good laboratory practice should eliminate any hazards. Normal precautions should be taken when using acrylamide, EtBr and UV or other ionising radiation. There is a risk of burns if the PCR block is inadvertently touched when hot.

What are the new PCR techniques? ›

PCR technologies as the key of molecular biology, has realized that the qualitative detection of absolute quantitative has been changed. It has produced a variety of new PCR technologies, such as extreme PCR, photonic PCR, o- amplification at lower denaturation temperature PCR, nanoparticle PCR and so on.

Which enzyme is used in PCR? ›

- a type of enzyme that synthesizes new strands of DNA complementary to the target sequence. The first and most commonly used of these enzymes isTaqDNA polymerase (fromThermis aquaticus), whereasPfuDNA polymerase (fromPyrococcus furiosus) is used widely because of its higher fidelity when copying DNA.

What is the new type of PCR? ›

Researchers at Columbia Engineering and Rover Diagnostics announced today that they have built an RT-PCR platform that gives results in 23 minutes that match the longer laboratory-based tests--faster than other PCR tests on the market.

What are 3 things PCR is used for every day? ›

In addition to basic research, PCR-based technologies are used every day in clinical diagnostics, forensic investigations, and agricultural biotechnology.

What are the 6 applications of PCR? ›

The top six applications are: (1) PCR in Clinical Diagnosis (2) PCR in DNA Sequencing (3) PCR in Gene Manipulation and Expression Studies (4) PCR in Comparative Studies of Genomes (5) PCR in Forensic Medicine and (6) PCR in Comparison with Gene Cloning.

What is the conclusion of PCR? ›

Conclusion. PCR is a highly accurate and rapid method for duplicating genetic material. The discovery of thermostable polymerase enzymes has permitted the automation of PCR, thus reducing the manpower required to conduct these experiments. With the advent of qPCR, amplified products may also be quantified accurately.

What happens to DNA at 72 degrees? ›

During the extension step (typically 68-72°C) the polymerase extends the primer to form a nascent DNA strand. This process is repeated multiple times (typically 25-35 cycles), and because each new strand can also serve as a template for the primers, the region of interest is amplified exponentially.

Why Taq polymerase is used in PCR? ›

The use of a thermophilic DNA polymerase such as Taq polymerase prevents the denaturation of the enzyme during the heating step that is necessary to separate the newly synthesized strand – this subsequently simplifies the PCR technique and increases its efficiency.

Why does PCR require two primers? ›

Two primers are utilized, one for each of the complementary single strands of DNA released during denaturation. The forward primer attaches to the start codon of the template DNA (the anti-sense strand), while the reverse primer attaches to the stop codon of the complementary strand of DNA (the sense strand).

How much DNA is needed for PCR? ›

The recommended amount of DNA template is 25 to 100 ng per 100-µl reaction volume ()pfu polymerase may need ~250 ng genomic DNA), for amplifying single-copy chromosomal targets. Excessively high concentrations of starting DNA can inhibit amplification reactions (> 500-1000 ng).

What polymerase is best for sequencing? ›

  • Most popular polymerases.
  • Takara Taq products. Takara Taq and premix. ...
  • Titanium Taq products. Titanium Taq DNA Polymerase. ...
  • PrimeSTAR HS DNA Polymerase. PrimeSTAR Max DNA Polymerase. ...
  • SpeedSTAR HS DNA Polymerase. Z-Taq DNA polymerase.
  • LA Taq products. ...
  • PrimeSTAR GXL DNA Polymerase. ...
  • Terra PCR Direct mixes and kits.

How do scientists copy DNA? ›

To make a clone, scientists transfer the DNA from an animal's somatic cell into an egg cell that has had its nucleus and DNA removed. The egg develops into an embryo that contains the same genes as the cell donor. Then the embryo is implanted into an adult female's uterus to grow.

What is the size of the US transcription market? ›

How big is the U.S. transcription market? b. The U.S. transcription market size was estimated at USD 25.98 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 28.19 billion in 2023.
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What is the size of the enzyme market? ›

The global enzymes market size was reached at USD 12.46 billion in 2022 and it is projected to surpass around USD 20.5 billion by 2030, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.42% during the forecast period 2022 to 2030.

How big is the DNA sequencing industry? ›

Global DNA sequencing market size was valued at US$ 5.1 billion in 2021, and it is expected to reach a value of US$ 29.89 billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 17.9% over the forecast period (2022–2028).

How big is the gene sequencing market? ›

The global DNA sequencing market size was estimated at USD 4.73 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach USD 4.67 billion in 2020.
Report AttributeDetails
Market size value in 2020USD 4.7 billion
Revenue forecast in 2027USD 11.2 billion
Growth rateCAGR of 11.4% from 2020 to 2027
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Is online transcription worth it? ›

Working from home as a transcriptionist is a great way to earn a steady income with flexible hours . If you're an experienced typist with strong grammar skills , this may be a rewarding career for you.

How much should a transcription cost? ›

Average rates are around $25 to $40, with the highest cost for transcribing interviews (which are priced at $50 per hour on average). So, what are some typical transcription costs? The standard transcription cost per hour of audio in the U.S. and Canada is around $90, or $1.5 per audio minute.

How much do people charge for transcription? ›

Standard rates for professional transcriptionists (especially those professionals from North America) range from $1.5 to $3 per audio minute or $90 to $180 per audio hour.

What are the key trends in the world market for enzymes? ›

The global enzymes market size was estimated at USD 11.47 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 12.28 billion in 2022. What is the enzyme market growth? b. The global enzymes market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 6.5% from 2022 to 2030 to reach USD 20.31 billion by 2030.

What is the largest industrial enzyme? ›

The enzyme α-amylase used in industry comes mainly from bacterial sources (83% of total), due to its high thermal stability. Also, fungi and plants represent an important source of α-amylase.

Who is the number 1 DNA sequencing company? ›


Illumina is the leading provider of sequencing services and sells both instruments and reagents for genome sequencing. Illumina was founded in 1998 and now controls over 80% of the sequencing market. The company reported a 2021 revenue of $4.526 billion and a market cap of $28.92 billion as of September.

What is the biggest sequencing project? ›

The Human Genome Project is one of the greatest scientific feats in history.

What American company is the king of genetic sequencing? ›

About Illumina

Our focus on innovation has established us as the global leader in DNA sequencing and array-based technologies, serving customers in the research, clinical, and applied markets.

What is the genomics market size for 2030? ›

The global genomics market size was valued at USD 24.3 billion in 2021 and is expected to hit over USD 98.7 billion by 2030.

Which company dominates the next generation sequencing market? ›

Key Market Players

Illumina (US), Thermo Fisher Scientific (US), PerkinElmer (US), BGI Group (China), and Agilent Technologies (US), are the prominent players operating in the next generation sequencing market.

What is the largest gene database? ›

Regeneron Genetics Center, home to the world's largest and most diverse database of genomes, is digging deeper. By tapping into this vast data resource, scientists at Regeneron are able to make discoveries about human health and genetics that may accelerate the drug development process.


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