Market analysis of in vitro transfection reagents for DNA, RNA and protein delivery

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Highlights

  • Detailed analysis of complete lipid or polymer based biochemical in vitro transfection reagent portfolios of such market leaders as Agilent Technologies, Bio-Rad Laboratories, GE/Dharmacon, Merck Millipore, Promega, Qiagen, Roche Life Sciences, Sigma-Aldrich, Clontech/Takara Bio, Thermo Fisher Scientific; as well as smaller companies focused on transfection reagents such as Mirus Bio, Polyplus, OZ Biosciences and Lipocalyx.
  • >14 suppliers, >100 transfection reagents, >290 catalogue product sizes with prices for UK, USA, Germany.
  • Features, benefits, and attributes of all available lipofection reagents used for DNA delivery, RNA delivery, proteofection and gene delivery in vitro.
  • Price analysis of all available package sizes of above listed transfection reagents. Unified reaction sizes and convenient format for precise price comparison.
  • With hyperlinks to appropriate supplier pages and each product page for ordering or fast periodic updates.
  • With an option to sort the data easily according to the parameter of interest, such as lowest/highest price per microliter or the highest Google Scholar score.

Benefits

  • Use it as a buying guide – compare features and prices of transfection reagents, use hyperlinks to order
  • Use it for marketing - monitor transfection market trends, competitors, analyze their product positioning
  • Use it for sales – compare and update prices in three main NA and Europe markets to define your own pricing
  • Use it for research and development – product hyperlinks allow for fast ordering or access to more information

Content: the Microsoft Excel file contains nine sheets, each organized as follows:

  1. Introduction with highlights, applications and a user guide
  2. A basic table – a comprehensive overview of complete lipid or polymer based transfection reagent portfolios of 14 suppliers including market leaders Agilent Technologies, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Merck Millipore, Promega, Qiagen, Roche Life Sciences, Sigma-Aldrich, Clontech/Takara Bio, Thermo Fisher Scientific; as well as smaller companies focused on transfection reagents such as Mirus Bio, Polyplus, OZ Biosciences and Lipocalyx. All listed in an alphabetical order of supplier’s company name. It includes a set of information about all available product sizes (>290 product entries), list prices, price per one reaction or microliter, product features, description, applications as listed by each supplier.
  3. A table with all main features of >100 in vitro transfection reagents (lipid or polymer-based) to have a fast overview about the product positioning as well as technical characteristics relevant for transfection applications. Google Scholar score (since 2015 to avoid historical results) gives an indication about the current popularity of the product in a scientific literature.
  4. Extracted analysis of in vitro transfection reagents for DNA and gene delivery. Includes prices in UK, USA and Germany.
  5. Extracted analysis of in vitro transfection reagents for RNA (mRNA, siRNA, shRNA and so on) delivery. Includes prices in UK, USA and Germany.
  6. Extracted analysis of in vitro transfection reagents for oligo, CRISPR-Cas systems and protein delivery. Includes prices in UK, USA and Germany.
  7. Pricing of all categories of DNA, RNA and protein delivery reagents in USA market.
  8. Pricing of all categories of DNA, RNA and protein delivery reagents in UK market.
  9. Pricing of all categories of DNA, RNA and protein delivery reagents in German market.

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According to the latest Markets and markets report, the global market of transfection technologies is expected to reach $957.9 Million by 2020. Lipid or polymer based in vitro transfection reagents occupy the biggest part in the reagent section of transfection application. Reagents for in vitro lipofection are available from almost all leading life science suppliers, such as Thermofisher Scientific, Qiagen and Bio-Rad. There are quite a few companies in the market focusing exclusively on transfection technologies and offering a broad selection of transfection reagents. Mirus Bio, Polyplus, OZ Biosciences and Lipocalyx are among those.

Which transfection reagent is the most cited in 2015-2016? Which supplier offers the broadest selection of in vitro transfection reagents for gene delivery, RNA delivery and proteofection? What is a choice of universal transfection reagents and cell line optimized ones in the market? How much do you have to pay for an added transfection protocol convenience, or for better transfection efficiency? All those questions are answered in this short but comprehensive in vitro transfection market report. You will get an insight about the highlighted features of in vitro transfection reagents and about their pricing in main global markets such as USA, UK and Germany.

The Market Analysis of in vitro Transfection Reagents for DNA, RNA and Protein Transfection presented by flash4science and prepared by SEHLMEYER Consulting differs from common transfection market reports. It is made to serve you as a practical research and development or a buying guide and a decision making tool. Instead of the 10,000 foot view of the market, it presents a highest definition picture and provides original positioning, specifications and pricing of each reagent.

More than 100 transfection reagents from 14 suppliers including market leaders Agilent Technologies, Bio-Rad Laboratories, Merck Millipore, Promega, Qiagen, Roche Life Sciences, Sigma-Aldrich, Clontech/Takara Bio, Thermo Fisher Scientific; as well as smaller companies focused on transfection reagents such as Mirus Bio, Polyplus, OZ Biosciences and Lipocalyx have been analyzed in this report. The report includes detailed pricing analysis of over 290 catalogue packages of relevant reagents. All package sizes are unified to a common reaction size to provide a precise price per reaction comparison.

Please note, the tools for viral and physical transfection (such as magnetofection and electroporation) and the classical biochemical calcium phosphate transfection reagents have not been analyzed in this report.

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The difficulties to introduce foreign DNA, RNA or proteins into the eukaryotic cells in vitro or in vivo gave birth to numerous techniques developed to enable higher efficiencies of transfection into the eukaryotic cells with lower toxicity and higher cell viability. Chemical transfection methods using calcium chloride, lipofection and polymer transfection; viral transfection with a help of virus cell entrance mechanisms; physical methods such as electroporation, magnifection and microinjection into the nucleus are all explored to achieve successful transfection in different cell lines.

Among various transfection techniques, the chemical transfection such as lipofection or calcium chloride transfection is the most common way to introduce nucleic acids such as DNA, oligonucleotides, plasmids, RNA into eukaryotic cell cultures in vitro.

Transfection is used in different life science and molecular biology research areas such as cell biology, tissue engineering, drug screening, immunology, oncology, molecular diagnostics and many others. Transfection technique as such is frequently one of the major steps in experiments involved siRNA, miRNA studies, cell signaling studies, reporter gene assays and protein expression studies.

There are various types of transfection, as it is divided into the many categories in accordance to different parameters. Depending on gene expression pattern the transfection can be either stable or transient. As discussed above, depending on the method transfection can be physical, chemical or viral. According to a vector molecule origin transfection is specified as the DNA, RNA or protein transfection. The origin of the cell culture plays also a key role in transfection reagent requirements. There are special transfection reagents available for 3D spheroids, adherent or suspension cells, for difficult to transfect cells and for such specific cell cultures as primary cells, stem cells or immune cells.

Nucleic acid delivery into the living cells helps to better analyze gene expression mechanisms, gene expression regulation principles, functions of different genes and clusters, as well as cellular pathways and signal transduction analysis in eukaryotic cells and tissues.


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