Research area datasets shed new light on leading antibody suppliers

We have released a new dataset today which highlights the leading antibody suppliers and the top cited antibodies by research area.

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.

Speaking about our latest dataset, our founder Dr Andrew Chalmers said: “This dataset is based on 130,000 antibody citations from the last five years which could be categorised into 12 research areas using our proprietary text analysis tools.

“This latest dataset allows suppliers to find out how their company or antibodies are doing in the research areas that matter to them, or to see what gaps there might be in their catalogue.

“We offer information on the top three companies and the top five antibodies for each research area for free to those who complete the form below, and those interested in the full dataset can contact us for more details.”

The antibodies in this latest CiteAb dataset include research area specific antibodies and more widely used antibodies such as anti-GFP antibodies, giving a complete picture of which antibodies researchers in a particular field are using.

The 12 research areas are:
Biochemistry
Cardiovascular research
Cell biology
Genetics
Infection and immunity
Neuroscience
Oncology
Pathology
Physiology
Plant science
Stem cells
Veterinary research

If you’re interested in receiving a free sample of our data covering the top 5 antibodies in the above research areas, want to request the full data set covering all antibodies, or are interested in exploring any of the other market intelligence data CiteAb has to offer, drop Matt an email on matt@citeab.com and we’ll happily chat further about your needs.

– Dave and the CiteAb team


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