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高通量流通量化驗趨勢

High Throughput Flow Assay Trends 2015

出版商 HTStec Ltd 商品編碼 321883
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 55 Pages
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高通量流通量化驗趨勢 High Throughput Flow Assay Trends 2015
出版日期: 2015年01月02日 內容資訊: 英文 55 Pages
簡介

本報告彙整高通量流式細胞技術(HT流通量)篩檢相關之全球線上基準調查結果,為您概述為以下內容。

目錄

  • 摘要整理
  • 目錄
  • 調查方法
  • 受訪者的組織及調查的配合
  • 受訪者的出身地區
  • 受訪者所屬企業及組織
  • 受訪者的職務
  • 受訪者可能利用HT流通量的理由,或關心的理由
  • 篩檢方面HT流通量化驗目前的利用
  • 受訪者至今如何進行HT流通量分析
  • 採用目前HT流通量方法至今實現的典型性容許量
  • HT流通量會大大取代行現有的篩檢技術,或是互補(1)(2)
  • HT流通量化驗為目標的/所採用的治療/疾病領域
  • 調查結果的摘要(1)
  • 最適合HT流通量法的主要應用程式領域
  • HT流通量vs.其他技術的主要優點
  • 受訪者適合HT流通量需求的陽極處理時間
  • HT流通量篩檢化驗的必要條件
  • HT流通量化驗分析所需的樣品類型(1)(2)
  • 在HT流通量監控中熱門的電池標記地位
  • HT流通量化驗用主要的電池標籤技術/利用來源
  • 對HT流通量螢幕有興趣的試驗指標類型、其他
目錄

Executive Summary

This market report summarizes the results of HTStec's industry-wide global web-based benchmarking survey on high throughput flow cytometry (HT flow) screening carried out in December 2014.

The survey was initiated by HTStec as part of its tracking of emerging life science marketplaces.

The questionnaire was compiled to meet the needs, requirements and interests of the HT flow vendor community. The objectives were to document the current implementation and use of HT flow assays in screening, and to understand future user requirements.

Equal emphasis was given to soliciting opinion from the antibody/biologics, small molecule and immunoassay screening segments worldwide.

The survey looked at the following aspects of HT flow screening, as practiced today (late 2014) and in a few cases as predicted for the future (2017): why respondents have enabled or why they are interested in HT flow; how respondents have achieved HT flow analysis to date and typical throughput realised with current instrument approach; will implementing HT flow mainly displace or complement existing screening technologies; key diseases/therapeutic areas targeted with HT flow screening; target classes most interested in applying HT flow assays; broad applications areas most using or most considering using HT flow assays; applications areas most suited to an HT flow approach; main benefits of HT flow versus other techniques; plate processing time considered adequate for HT flow needs; preferred sample presentation/handling format for HT flow and what is the target sample (aspirate) volume; number of parameters of information wanted to multiplex simultaneously; samples types wanted to analyse with HT flow; where cell markers of interest in HT flow screens are located; main cell labelling technique/source; type of endpoints of most interest in HT flow screens; intention to carry out any front end processing or sample preparation prior to HT flow; number of different primary screens and number of wells to be tested per HT flow screen; estimated cost per sample (microplate well) analysed using HT flow assays; vendor that first comes to mind when thinking of flow cytometry in general and HT flow specifically; plans to purchase any instrumentation to enable HT flow assays; capex budget for HT flow detection instruments; reagents and consumables budget for HT flow assays; how respondents have deployed HT flow instrumentation into their screening environment/core facility; biggest limitations (obstacles) in using HT flow assays today; ranking of possible limitations of HT flow; biggest hurdles in software and data analysis for HT flow; areas where respondents have deployed or are considering deploying HT flow assays; level of agreement with statements about the status of HT flow assays; awareness of alternative technologies for HT flow; and any unmet needs in HT flow screening today.

The main questionnaire consisted of 28 multi-choice questions and 3 open-ended questions. In addition, there were 6 questions related solely to administration/survey demographics.

The survey collected 80 validated responses, of these 61% provided comprehensive input.

Survey responses were geographically split: 57% North America; 31% Europe; 5% Asia (excluding Japan & China); 4% Japan and 3% China.

Survey respondents were drawn from persons or groups undertaking HT flow screening or those contemplating future investigation in the area.

Respondents represented 34 University/Res. Inst./Govn't Lab/Not-For-Profit; 17 Biotech Company; 9 Biopharma; 7 Large Pharma; 5 Medium-Small Pharma; 3 Contract Research Organisation; 2 Academic Screening Center; 2 Other; and 1 Medical School/Hospital/Clinic.

Most survey respondents had a senior job role or position which was in descending order: 21 research scientists; 13 senior scientists/researchers; 12 principal investigators; 9 other roles; 6 lab managers; 5 professors/assistant professors; 4 post-docs; 4 department heads; 3 graduate/PhD students; 2 directors; and 1 section/group leader.

Survey results were expressed as an average of all survey respondents. In addition, where appropriate the data was reanalyzed after sub-division into the following 5 survey groups: 1) Antibody/Biologics Screening; 2) Small Molecule Screening; 3) Immunoassay Screening; 4) Using; and 5) Not Yet Using.

Feedback on why respondents have enabled or why they are interested in HT flow was documented.

The majority of respondents were using HT flow assays in screening today, the remainder aspire to or intend to implement in the near future.

HT flow analysis has been most achieved to date by using a flow cytometer with sample acquisition enabled direct from microplate wells.

The median throughput realized to date by current approaches to HT flow was 500-1K samples/day.

The majority of respondents believe implementing HT flow will complement existing technologies.

The majority of respondents were targeting HT flow assays within the oncology/cancer area.

Respondents rated they were most interested in applying HT flow assays to membrane receptors.

Respondents use or planned use of HT flow assays was split relatively evenly between antibody/biologics screening, small molecule/compound library screening and immunoassay screening.

Antibody screening was selected the key application areas most suited to an HT flow approach.

Ability to analyse multiple cell populations within each microplate well was ranked the greatest benefit (advantage) of HT flow versus other techniques.

The median requirements for flow sampling and analysis were: 96-well plate for sample presentation/handling format; 10 min total plate processing time; 5-10μL sample (aspirate) volume; and 5-7 parameters of information acquired (multiplexed) simultaneously from the same sample.

The samples types most want to analyze by HT flow assays were cultured suspension cell lines for whole population studies and human blood samples for sub-population studies.

Cell markers of interest regularly targeted by HT flow were mainly located on the cell surface.

Commercial antibodies were rated the main source used for HT flow assays.

The type of end points used in HT flow assays typically included those that reported both cell function(s) and cell health.

Most respondents undertake sample prep to improve the detection of all cells prior to HT flow assay.

A median of 2 primary (HTS) screens each with 1k to 5k wells were run by HT flow today (2014).

The median cost paid per sample analysed using HT flow assays today (2014) was $0.25-$0.5/well.

The vendor that first comes to mind for flow cytometry in general was BD Biosciences.

The vendor that first comes to mind for HT flow specifically was Intellicyt.

Only a minority of respondents have purchased instruments enabling HT flow screening in 2014.

The median purchasing probability over the next few years (up to 2017) was possible (26-50% probability).

The preferred vendors for new HT flow instrumentation purchasing were Intellicyt and BD Biosciences.

The median annual capex budget for HT flow detection instruments was $75K-$100K.

The global market for HT flow detection instruments was estimated to be $45M in 2014.

The median annual budget for reagents and consumables for HT flow assays was $25K-$50K.

The global market for HT flow reagents and consumables was estimated to be $47M in 2014.

The main deployment HT flow instrumentation into a screening environment/core facility was as part of a semi-automated setup (e.g. with some additional peripheral automation and liquid handling).

Feedback on the biggest limitations in using HT flow assays were documented.

Investment in additional expensive instrumentation was rated as the main limitation of HT flow assays.

Interpreting complex multi-parametric data was ranked the biggest hurdle in software and data analysis for HT flow assays.

The main area where HT flow assays have been deployed or deployment is planned was basic research.

The level of agreement with statements about the status of HT flow assays was most positive (i.e. of greatest agreement) with ‘HT flow is the ideal high content platform for phenotypic screening'; and most negative (i.e. of greatest disagreement) with ‘HT flow is nothing more than a prescreen for more sophisticated imaging-based analyses'.

The majority were not aware of any alternative technologies for HT flow assays that is or sounds more useful or more appealing than Intellicyt's HyperCyt autosampler or iQue Screener system (i.e. uses "air gap delimited" aspiration and sample feed).

Some feedback on any unmet needs in HT flow assays today were documented.

The full report provides the data, details of the breakdown of the responses to each question, its segmentation and estimates for the future (2017). It also highlights some interesting differences between the survey groups.

For the purpose of this report HT flow assays were defined as those that utilize automated sampling methods to transfer from a microplate assay components suspended in solution (including cells, beads, yeast and bacteria) to the flow cytometer detector in a continuous stream. Typically multiple parameters are simultaneously multiplexed from the same sample.

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary
  • Table Of Contents
  • Survey Methodology
  • Respondent's Organisation & Response To Survey
  • Respondent's Geographic Origin
  • Respondent's Company Or Organisational Origin
  • Respondent's Job Role
  • Why Respondents Have Enabled Or Why They Are Interested in HT Flow
  • Current Use Of HT Flow Assays In Screening
  • How Respondents Have Achieved HT Flow Analysis To Date
  • Typical Throughput Realised To Date With Current Approach To HT Flow
  • Will Implementing HT Flow Mainly Displace Or Complement Existing Screening Technologies (1)
  • Will Implementing HT Flow Mainly Displace Or Complement Existing Screening Technologies (2)
  • Therapeutic/Disease Areas Targeting/Using HT Flow Assays
  • Target Classes Respondents Are Most Interested In Applying MS-Based Screening Approaches
  • Where Respondents Use (Or Plan Use of) HT Flow Assays
  • Summary Of Survey Findings (1)
  • Key Application Areas Most Suited To An HT Flow Approach (1)
  • Key Application Areas Most Suited To An HT Flow Approach (2)
  • Main Benefits Of HT Flow Versus Other Techniques
  • Plate Processing Time Adequate For Respondent's HT Flow Needs
  • Requirements For HT Flow Screening Assays
  • Number Of Parameters Of Information Respondents Want To Multiplex In HT Flow Assays
  • Sample Types Wanted To Analyze With HT Flow Assays (1)
  • Sample Types Wanted To Analyze With HT Flow Assays (2)
  • Where Cell Markers Of Interest In HT Flow Screens Are Located
  • Main Cell Labelling Technique/Source Used For HT Flow Assays
  • Type Of Endpoints Of Interest In HT Flow Screens
  • Respondents Who Plan To Carry Out Sample Prep On Cells Assayed By HT Flow
  • Number Of HT Flow Primary Screens (HTS) Per Year
  • Number Of Wells Per HT Flow Primary Screens (HTS)
  • Cost Paid Per Sample (Well) Analysed Using HT Flow Screening Assays
  • Vendors That First Come To Mind (1)
  • Vendors That First Come To Mind (2)
  • Summary of Survey Findings (2)
  • Plans To Purchase HT Flow Screening Instruments (1)
  • Plans To Purchase HT Flow Screening Instruments (2)
  • Plans To Purchase HT Flow Screening Instruments (3)
  • 2014 Capex Budget For HT Flow Detection Instruments
  • HT Flow Detection Instruments Market Estimate
  • 2014 Reagents & Consumables Budget For HT Flow Assays
  • HT Flow Assays Reagents & Consumables Market Estimate
  • Current/Planned Deployment Of HT Flow Instrumentation In Screening
  • Biggest Limitations (Obstacles) In Using HT Flow Assays Today
  • Possible Limitations Of HT Flow Assays
  • Biggest Hurdles In Software & Data Analysis For HT Flow Assays
  • Areas Where HT Flow Assays Have Been Deployed Or Planned Deployment
  • Level Of Agreement With Statements About The Status Of HT Flow Assays
  • Awareness Of Alternative Technologies For HT Flow Assays
  • Unmet Needs In HT Flow Assays Today
  • Summary Of Survey Findings (3)
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