CiteAb Institution Dataset: Shedding light on the most active research institutions

We have released a new dataset today which highlights the institutions that carry out the most research using antibodies. We analysed data from 214,000 citations from the last five years, looking only at publications which specifically used antibodies. This gives us a clear view of which institutions from over 1000 worldwide most commonly use antibodies in research.

We’ve used this data to produce a ‘Global top twenty’ list of institutions, which is led by Harvard University claiming 1.52% of the total global use of antibodies in research.

Harvard front pageWe can clearly see in our global top twenty that the US institutions dominate, with Canada, the UK, Sweden and Japan also making appearances. The leading Chinese institutions appear just outside our top twenty.

For a full list of our global top twenty along with the top five institutions by country, please use the form below and Matt will send it to you. Companies interested in institutions outside the top twenty, in specific countries, or in drilling down into details about their market share at each individual institution should speak to Matt about obtaining our full institution dataset.

We’ve also broken down the data by key countries, looking at the institutions who use the most antibodies in research within each – although of course we have to remember that quantity isn’t a measure of the quality of research output. You can see the results through the links below:

Here at CiteAb we produce antibody market datasets based on the analysis of hundreds of thousands of antibody citations to generate revenue, ensuring we’re able to keep our main listing free and impartial. This data provides a quantitative, unique and independent view of the antibody market, allowing suppliers to make more informed product development and marketing decisions. You can find details of past datasets here or find out more about our services here.

We recently held a free webinar about this data – find out more & watch here!

 


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