Editor s Note | GenomeWeb

Editor s Note

The molecular biology tool market is a place of dynamic change and enormous potential. Today, companies in this sector are seeing a flattening of earnings growth as traditional “omics” technologies such as gene sequencing and gene expression reach maturity, while other sectors like proteomics and metabolomics are blossoming earlier on the growth curve.

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