In 'Mature' Expression Array Market, Vendors See Future in New Formats and Genomes | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Depending on who you ask, the market for gene-expression microarrays is either flat or growing slowly. Some large vendors consider the space, now more than a decade old, to have become commoditized: It’s more about taking market share from rivals than winning new customers.

Still, companies say that there are new trends underway in the marketplace that could revive demand for gene-expression chips.

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