Carlsbad, Calif. – November 9, 2016 – Today Percepta Associates released its 2016 Quantitative Immunoassay, Series 3 Life Science Dashboard™ report which draws comparisons to key market indicator data reported in Percepta’s 2013 Series 2 Dashboard report. This updated dashboard reveals increased usage of all immunoassay methods surveyed except for colorimetric ELISA, with the best growth opportunities in chemiluminescent…read more >
October 7th 2016 – Percepta Associates Inc. has been selected for the 2016 California Excellence Award for client services in market research among all its peers and competitors by the American Economic Institute (AEI).
Percepta Associates Inc. has consistently demonstrated a high regard for upholding business ethics and company values. This recognition by AEI marks a significant achievement as an emerging…read more >
Nucleic Acid Purification Market 2016: New Life Science Dashboard™ from Percepta observes decreased number of end-users but projects unit growth in the dynamic $1 Billion market in North America and Europe
Qiagen’s dominant position has eroded in seven of the fifteen segments surveyed, resulting in other suppliers share gain
Carlsbad, Calif. – On June 30th Percepta Associates released its 2016 Nucleic Acid Purification, Series 5 Life Science Dashboard™ report which draws comparisons to key market indicator data reported in Percepta’s 2013 Series 4 Dashboard report. This updated dashboard reveals a significant…read more >
Today Percepta Associates released its 2016 Protein Electrophoresis and Western Analysis, Series 3 Life Science Dashboard™ market research report which draws comparisons to key market indicator data reported in Percepta’s 2013 Series 2 Dashboard. This updated dashboard reveals an increase in growth rates for 6 of the 7 product categories surveyed compared to 2013 findings, with highest anticipated growth…read more >
Percepta Associates Inc., a leading provider of market research for the biotools industry, today announced the opening of new offices in Seattle. The new office space is in the Madrona Business Plaza located at 1421 34th Ave., Seattle, WA 98122 and will provide a second west coast center of operations.
“Percepta’s new offices in Seattle will allow us to expand capabilities beyond our current…read more >
If there is something new to learn about the immune related brain disorders – this is it. Scientist at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have determined that the brain is directly connected to the immune system by vessels previously thought not to exist. read more
read more >
Researchers at Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Albert Einstein Medical College have reported the development of a promising herpes vaccine using a novel approach to defeating the prevalent virus. The new vaccine works by inducing antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity (ADCC), a well studied immuno-response, that signals the immune system to destroy infected cells. Read the…read more >
Viruses responsible for the common cold, polio, and hepatitis C and HIV are all single-stranded RNA pathogens. Scientists at University of Leeds and University of York have identified the code responsible for the infection by these most common and, at times, most deadly RNA viruses. The discovery is important as it should lead to new research to block the deployment of…read more >
An article published in Nature Methods today by scientists at Georgia Tech describes a method of tracking ribonucleotides in DNA which, when incorporated during DNA repair, can be an important source of mutations leading to certain neurological (and other) diseases. The method called Ribos-seq will help researchers understand how ribonucleotides can change the function of cellular DNA. Similar methods were also…read more >
Scientist at EMBL-EBI have published a new approach to single cell genomics based on single cell analysis using RNA-seq. The method is called single-cell latent variable model (scLVM) and was published in the Nature Biotechnology this week. The new method helps scientists create a more accurate picture of gene expression in different cell types, and reveals hidden subtypes of cells. Read…read more >