PSL Market Reports – Cell Biology 2017-02-09T17:30:34+00:00

Market Reports on Cell Biology

PSL has created a number of market reports into Cell Biology research:

  • DETAILED REVIEW OF THE CURRENT CELL CULTURE MARKET

    Analysis of;

    • 3D Cell Culture
    • Cell based assays
    • Assessment of current forms of matrix technology
    • Drivers and Barriers
    • Competitive Landscape
  • UBIQUITINATION

    • Protein ubiquitination plays a key role in key processes such as cell division and differentiation, cell cycle, DNA repair and transcriptional regulation.
    • PSL’s report reviews the global ubiquitin market, UK market and major suppliers
  • ANTIBODY SUPPLIERS WITH THE BEST COVERAGE OF CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH

    This list identifies the top 100 cited research antibodies that are used in Cell Biology research today.

  • TOP CITED CARDIOVASCULAR PROTEINS

    • PSL has identified the top cited proteins related to cardiovascular research
    • This report is particularly useful for companies looking to maintain or improve their market share for cardiovascular research antibodies
  • GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF CELL BIOLOGY CITATIONS

    • This report shows the geographic distribution of Cell Biology research citations on a global, continent, country and university level.
    • This will allow companies with strong Cell Biology research portfolios to target specific institutes and markets to boost their sales
  • ANTIBODY SUPPLIERS WITH THE BEST COVERAGE OF CELL BIOLOGY RESEARCH

    • PSL has looked at the antibody portfolios of all the antibody firms based worldwide and compared them to all known proteins that have been associated with cell biology research
    • We have then created a report which identifies those companies which have the best coverage for cell biology research
  • TOP CITED CELL BIOLOGY PROTEINS

    • PSL has identified the top cited proteins related to cell biology research
    • This report is particularly useful for companies looking to maintain or improve their market share for cell biology research antibodies