A DNA Gel Image, also known as a gel documentation system, gel image system, or gel imager, is a piece of molecular biology equipment that is used to photograph and record nucleic acid and protein suspended in polyacrylamide or agarose gels. The gel imaging system is utilized to perform the function, documentation, and recording of stained DNA and protein in various types of media such as cellulose and agarose. Gel imaging systems are made up of various components such as a light source, a computer, an imaging system, analysis software, and a printer, while blot imaging systems are made up of diverse components such as a light source, a computer, an imaging system, analysis software, and a printer. The rapid development of the clinical research business, as well as the expanding usage of molecular biology techniques in pathology laboratory operations, are driving the market. DNA diagnostics and the Western blot technique are advanced technologies that are increasingly being used, necessitating the development of improved and automated gel documentation systems. Companies have been forced to focus on product launch and approval of gel documentation systems due to the drug industry's and clinical research sector's expansion and development.This growth is primarily driven by Growing Global Incidence of Infectious Diseases and Genetic Disorders and Growing Use of Molecular Biology Techniques in the Pathology Laboratory Practices.
Globally, a noticeable market trend is evident 2D Electrophoresis, Immunoassay and Nucleic Acid Quantification. Major Players, such as GE Healthcare (United States), Merck KGaA (Germany), Bio-Rad Laboratories (United States), Thermo Fisher Scientific (United States), LI-COR Biosciences (United States), Endress + Hauser Management AG (Switzerland), VilberLourmat (France), Scientific Digital Imaging Plc. (United Kingdom), Bio-Techne (United States) and Cleaver Scientific (United States) etc have either set up their manufacturing facilities or are planning to start new provision in the dominated region in the upcoming years.
July 2020 – Bio-Rad Laboratories announced the launch of its GelDoc Go Imaging System, a personal benchtop system for the documentation of nucleic acid and protein gels, Stain-Free blots and gels, and colorimetric blots.The GelDoc Go Imaging System is the latest imaging system from the company’s GelDoc product line, offering sensitivity, performance, and reliability in a compact system.
- Growing Global Incidence of Infectious Diseases and Genetic Disorders
- Growing Use of Molecular Biology Techniques in the Pathology Laboratory Practices
- 2D Electrophoresis, Immunoassay and Nucleic Acid Quantification
- High cost of Device Development
Growing Investment in Healthcare Industry and Technological Advancements in Gel Imaging Systems
Alternatives Available and Stringent Regulatory Factors
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