Nice GEN article: They describe forward looking trends they are following.
- Sequencing activity polarization.
It is driven by a series of centralization and decentralization forces that are acting on the space simultaneously.
- Workflow value shifts.
The key drivers of this trend are primarily technical in nature and have to do with the maturation of second-generation technology and the introduction of later-generation sequencers.
- Clinical and commercial applications.
It is characterised by a number of forces working at odds, the two major forces driving this trend – namely increasing demand for higher performance and a rapidly expanding technical performance envelope – are both working together to enhance adoption outside of research.