Toronto Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo discusses the successful offseasons of a few Blue Jays and updates the Opening Day status of George Springer.
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MIAMI — CONCACAF is avoiding the large population areas of the Northeast and West Coast for the Gold Cup, a championship many top players are likely to skip. The New York area, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., were omitted from the venues announced Thursday, as were Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and Chicago. The Confederation of North and Central American and Caribbean Association Football said matches will be played at: Arlington, Austin, Dallas, Frisco, and Houston in Texas; Glendale, Arizona; Kansas City, Kansas; and Orlando, Florida, in additional to the final on Aug. 1 in Las Vegas, which was previously announced. CONCACAF did not say which matches would be at which venues for the tournament, which starts July 10, but did say groups will be based in hubs to minimize travel. U.S. coach Gregg Berhalter has said he will allow his Europe-based players to skip the tournament and take vacation ahead of the European club seasons and the start of World Cup qualifying on Sept. 2. Top players will be used for the CONCACAF Nations League semifinals on June 3 in Denver. The U.S. plays Honduras, and Mexico meets Costa Rica, with the winners meeting for the title on June 6. The United States is in Gold Cup Group B with Canada, Martinique and the winner of qualifying among Haiti, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Bermuda and Barbados. Defending champion Mexico is in Group A with El Salvador, Curaçao and the winner of qualifying among Trinidad and Tobago, Montserrat, Cuba and French Guiana. Costa Rica, Jamaica and Suriname are in Group C, with the winner of qualifying among Guatemala, Guyana, Guadeloupe and Bahamas. Honduras, Panama, Grenada and invited guest Qatar, next year’s World Cup host, are in Group D. Qualifying is scheduled for Fort Lauderdale, Florida, from July 2-6, ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Associated Press
PORTLAND, Ore. — Hundreds of militarized federal agents who were deployed to Portland, Oregon, last summer to quell racial justice protests didn’t have the proper training or equipment to deal with riots and there was no plan for operating without the help of local police, who were eventually ordered to stand down by the city, a federal investigative report has found. Between June and August last year, 755 agents from within various agencies under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security were engaged in crowd control in Portland, which saw more than 100 consecutive days of often-violent protest after George Floyd was murdered in Minneapolis, according to a report prepared by the department's Inspector General. The recorded images of Floyd, a Black man, struggling to breathe as a white police officer pressed a knee on his neck for about nine minutes galvanized protests against police brutality and racial injustice in cities nationwide. The protests in Portland, which grew to focus on a federal courthouse in the central city, were particularly intense and drew the attention of former President Donald Trump, who repeatedly used the unrest as a law-and-order talking point in his divisive reelection campaign. At a hearing before the House Homeland Security Committee on Wednesday, DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari said the report out this week found the agency “did not properly exercise its authority” in Portland last summer. “DHS was unprepared to effectively execute cross-component activities in Portland,” he said. “Specifically, not all officers had completed required training, had the necessary equipment, or used consistent uniforms, devices, and operational tactics.” The deployment, which began June 4, had cost $12.3 million by August 31 while damage to Portland's federal courthouse was estimated at roughly $1.6 million, the report found. The agents deployed to Portland were from an alphabet soup of agencies, including the Federal Protective Service, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the U.S. Secret Service. The investigation surveyed the training provided to the 222 federal agents deployed to Portland as of Aug. 7 and determined that 36 did not complete training on criminal violations on federal property, which subjected DHS to increased liability. Fourteen of the 36 who lacked adequate training deployed less-lethal devices and munitions, the report found. The department also did not designate federal agents with authority by name, as previously recommended, and not all agents who were sent to Portland had taken recertification courses in the use of less-lethal munitions they used, including pepper ball guns and various types of concussive grenades and smoke bombs. “Deploying officers who are not properly trained increases the risk of officers acting outside of their authority. Officers who used force in Portland without evidence of ... cross-designation training presented an even greater risk of liability to DHS,” the Inspector General wrote. The agents also did not always have the right protective equipment for policing a hostile crowd with people who often threw rocks, fireworks and Molotov cocktails at them and aimed lasers at their eyes during violent and chaotic protests, the report found. Between June 13 and July 30, 689 of the agents were injured. Injuries included blurred vision and headaches from the lasers, temporary hearing loss and headaches from fireworks and mortars and wounds from projectiles that included rocks, filled bottles and small steel balls. Radio communication was also a weak spot and the Federal Protective Service ordered 100 additional radios in the midst of the protests to try to address communication issues among the various agencies. There was also no plan for operating without the help of local law enforcement to control the crowds, the report found. The Portland Police Bureau initially worked with federal agents, but on July 22, the City Council voted to prevent local police from co-operating with federal agents. Oregon State Police began helping with the protests outside the federal courthouse on July 30, but state troopers pulled back from those duties in mid-August. ____ Associated Press writer Ben Fox in Washington contributed to this report. Gillian Flaccus, The Associated Press
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Key players operating in the Air Quality Monitoring System market are Thermo Fisher Scientific, Emerson Electric, General Electric, Siemens AG, Teledyne Technologies, PerkinElmer, Inc., Agilent Technologies, Inc., Spectris plc., 3M Company, and Honeywell International Inc.Vancouver, British Columbia, April 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global air quality monitoring system (AQMS) market size is expected to reach USD 6.78 Billion in 2028 and register a steady CAGR during the forecast period, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research. Some key factors attributed to steady market revenue growth are continuously technological developments and advancements in continuous air quality monitoring systems, rising adoption of green-building technologies and smart homes, various government initiatives supporting green initiatives, and rising public awareness regarding the importance of environment conservation. Claim Your FREE Sample Copy with Table of content@ https://www.emergenresearch.com/request-sample/631 Rapid advancements of technologies such as IoT systems, WSN, cloud computing, gas sensing, and other technologies are expected to drive market growth to a significant extent going ahead. Major players are currently focused on various research activities to develop satellite-based air quality monitoring systems. Satellite-based remote sensor technology measures the concentration level of pollutants in the atmosphere through interference in light emitted or reflected from earth. Growing importance of technical standardization of organizations on the implementation of advanced measuring principles such as ultraviolet fluorescence measuring principle is a key factor fueling revenue growth of the global market. Some Key Findings From the Report: Key players operating in the market are Thermo Fisher Scientific, Emerson Electric, General Electric, Siemens AG, Teledyne Technologies, PerkinElmer, Inc., Agilent Technologies, Inc., Spectris plc., 3M Company, and Honeywell International Inc.In April 2020, Kaiterra acquired ChemiSense. This acquisition helped Kaiterra to expand its global footprint and provide a range of air quality monitoring devices to existing and new customers.Continuous monitoring segment accounted for largest revenue share in the global market in 2020. This can be attributed to implementation of supportive government policies for effective air pollution monitoring and constant technological development in advanced continuous monitoring systems.North America accounted for a 31.6% revenue share in the global market in 2020. Rapid adoption of advanced technologies and presence of stringent government policies for effective pollution control and monitoring are major factors driving revenue growth of the market in this region. Check Our Prices@ https://www.emergenresearch.com/select-license/631 For the purpose of this report, Emergen Research has segmented the global air quality monitoring systems (AQMS) market based on product, sampling method, pollutant, end-use, and region: Product Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018–2028) Indoor Monitors FixedPortable Outdoor Monitors FixedPortableAQM StationsDust & Particulate Wearables Sampling Method Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018–2028) Continuous MonitoringPassive MonitoringIntermittent MonitoringManual MonitoringStack Monitoring Pollutant Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018-2028) Physical PollutantsChemical PollutantBiological Pollutants End-Use Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion; 2018–2028)$1$1$1 Residential and Commercial IndustryGovernment Agencies and Academic InstitutionsPetrochemical IndustryPower Generation PlantsPharmaceutical IndustrySmart City AuthorityOthers Click to access the Report Study, Read key highlights of the Report and Look at Projected Trends: https://www.emergenresearch.com/industry-report/air-quality-monitoring-system-market Regional Outlook (Revenue: USD Billion; 2018–2028) North America U.S.CanadaMexico Europe GermanyFranceU.K.BENELUXItalySpainRussiaRest of Europe Asia Pacific China JapanSouth KoreaIndiaRest of APAC Latin America BrazilRest of LATAM Middle East & Africa Saudi ArabiaUAESouth AfricaTurkeyRest of MEA Take a Look at our Related Reports: Structured Cabling Market By Solution (Service, Product, Software), By Cable Type (Category 6, Category 5E, Category 6A, Others), By End-Use (IT & Telecommunication, Residential & Commercial, Government & Education, Transportation, Industrial, Others) and By Region Powered Agriculture Equipment Market By Type (Combine Harvesters, Tractors, Soil Preparation & Cultivation Equipment), By Next generation equipment (Agricultural Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Driverless Tractors, Electric Tractors), and By Region, Forecast to 2028 Next-Generation Biomanufacturing Market By Type (Continuous Upstream Biomanufacturing, Single-Use Upstream Biomanufacturing, Downstream Biomanufacturing), By Application (Monoclonal Antibodies, Hormones, Vaccines, Recombinant Proteins, Others), By End-Use (Biopharmaceutical Companies, Research Institutions, CMOs/CDMOs), By Region About Emergen Research Emergen Research is a market research and consulting company that provides syndicated research reports, customized research reports, and consulting services. 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SAN FRANCISCO — California public schools have experienced a sharp decline in enrolment this year as the pandemic forced millions into online school, according to data made public Thursday. The drop came as the state's school districts dawdled in bringing children back to the classroom, making California one of the slowest in the country to reopen schools. The California Department of Education data shows that the number of students at K-12 schools dropped by more than 160,000 this academic year, most of them at the K-6 level, to a total of 6 million. The drop is by far the biggest decline in years and represents the clearest picture yet of the pandemic’s devastating toll on California public schools. “The annual snapshot of fall enrolment shows a sharp one-year decline as the state and nation grappled with a deadly pandemic that disrupted all aspects of public education,” the education department said in a statement. The exodus was led by white students who account for just 22% of California’s public school population but represent about half of the departing students for the 2020-21 school year, which could increase disparities in California’s public education system. California has the most students of all states in the U.S. and the overall student body has hovered at about 6.2 million in recent years. In previous years, the number of students fell by about 20,000 to 30,000 annually, led by declining birth rates, and that rate was expected to continue. When the pandemic hit and Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered public schools to close in March 2020, no one expected the closures would last as long as they did. Most of California’s public schools started this academic year with distance learning and many continued that method into the spring. In-person classes started resuming this month in the state’s largest urban school districts. Among the concerned parents who switched to private school was Aurora Guel, a San Diego County mother who said distance learning sent her high school senior into a downward spiral. “She became really depressed with all the isolation that started when school closed,” said Guel. Her 18-year-old daughter’s grades had dropped to the point she was failing three classes; she lost motivation to apply for college and wouldn’t leave her room, even for dinner with the family. “We needed to do something to get her out of this deep hole she had fallen into," Guel said. After transferring to a private Catholic school in October, the teen's spirits and her grades are up. She has a college acceptance and is looking forward to her prom, a milestone that many public schools have scrapped. “She's doing so much better now," her mother said. Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond called the numbers concerning but said officials are optimistic that enrolment will rebound as more schools reopen to in-person learning. He said officials are working with schools and families to understand why so many families left and how to bring them back. The public school exodus happened nationwide. There is no national data available on the 2020-2021 enrolment decline but an analysis from 33 states by the Chalkbeat non-profit news organization covering education and The Associated Press published in December showed that public K-12 enrolment in the fall had dropped by about 500,000 students compared to the previous school year. California’s 2020-2021 enrolment declined 2.6% from the previous school year, driven by a combination of factors. Fewer California parents enrolled their children in kindergarten, which accounts for a decline of 61,000 students and the largest drop in enrolment. That could indicate that parents either held off sending their children to kindergarten or enrolled them in private schools, which saw an overall enrolment increase of 20,000, or 4%, from the previous year. The data also indicate that homeschooling surged in the fall, the CDE said. Some of California's biggest urban districts had the largest declines. Los Angeles Unified School District, the largest in the state, experienced an enrolment decline of almost 22,000, or 4%, to 575,000, the CDE said. The data released Thursday was collected from all of the state's school districts in October, and education officials say it is too soon to know if the trend has continued since then. Year-end figures won’t be known for months but the data help illustrate how the pandemic upended public schools and has prompted concerns about funding for California’s 1,000 school districts, which is tied to headcounts. Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom's budget proposal calls for schools not to be penalized for enrolment declines, but education advocates are seeking extra money for low-income students, English learners and foster kids. “Any changes in enrolment will have impacts on funding and equity,” said Christopher Nellum, interim executive director for The Education Trust-West, an education equity advocacy group. “It’s just going to exacerbate the problems that already existed.” Nellum said schools will need to think strategically about how to engage Black and brown students, who were more likely to spend the year in distance learning than their white peers who moved to private schools or other learning options. Those families, who were disproportionately hit by the virus, have also been more hesitant to return their children to classrooms as they reopen. Schools will also need to find ways to convince private school defectors to return, he said. For parents like Jonathan Alloy of San Francisco, that will be a lost cause. Alloy kept his 8- and 10-year-old children in a distance learning “pod” as classrooms stayed closed but recently decided to abandon the school district and the city. Alloy said he lost faith in the city's school district, which has been embroiled in scandals, infighting and lawsuits, including one launched by the city attorney for the district's failure to reopen schools more quickly. San Francisco still no timetable for returning middle and high school students to classrooms. Because of that combined with San Francisco’s high cost of living and more expensive private school tuition, Alloy is moving to Connecticut, closer to his wife's family. “To leave is just crushing,” he said. Jocelyn Gecker, The Associated Press
MOSCOW — Imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny said in an emotional message from behind bars Thursday that he felt “pride and hope” after learning from his lawyer about the mass protests demanding his freedom that swept across Russia the previous night. Meanwhile, Navalny's doctors urged him to “immediately” end a prison hunger strike now in its fourth week “to save his life and health.” And a top aide said Wednesday night’s protests seemed to have brought a compromise from Russian authorities on getting Navalny the medical help he had demanded when launching the hunger strike. In an Instagram post Thursday, Navalny called people who turned out to protest in his support “the salvation of Russia." The 44-year-old who is President Vladimir Putin's most well-known critic said he hadn't known “what was really happening” outside the prison because he only has access to one TV channel, but his lawyer visited him Thursday and brought him up to speed. “And, I will sincerely say, two feelings are raging inside me: pride and hope.” “People are marching in the street. It means they know and understand everything," said Navalny. "They won't give up their future, the future of their children, their country. Yes, it will be difficult and dark for some time. But those pulling Russia back historically are doomed. There are more of us in any case.” Navalny was arrested in January upon his return from Germany, where he had spent five months recovering from a nerve agent poisoning he blames on the Kremlin — accusations that Russian officials reject. Soon after, a court found that the politician’s stay in Germany violated the terms of his suspended sentence for a 2014 embezzlement conviction and ordered him to serve 2 1/2 years in prison. The mass street protests in support of Navalny — which authorities had declared unlawful — swept dozens of cities and smaller towns across Russia. The largest crowds were seen in Moscow, where thousands marched down the city centre amid a heavy police presence. Yet unlike on past occasions, officers in riot gear didn't interfere with the rally in the Russian capital, allowing crowds to swarm streets and squares for hours. According to OVD-Info, a rights group that monitors political arrests, police detained only 31 people in Moscow, which usually accounts for the vast majority of arrests across the country. But overall, OVD-Info tallied more than 1,900 arrests Wednesday night, with more than 800 in St. Petersburg. While some violent detentions, with police using stun guns, were reported in St. Petersburg, in many cities the demonstrations went on without clashes with law enforcement. Leonid Volkov, Navalny's top strategist and chief of staff, noted in the YouTube live stream that the number of arrests was significantly lower than during the nationwide protests in January after Navalny was arrested. Independent political analyst Abbas Gallyamov believes the turnout at Wednesday's protests indicates that the harsh Russian crackdown on previous demonstrations hasn't scared off Navalny's supporters. Hundreds were jailed after the January demonstrations and Navalny allies were slapped with criminal charges for allegedly violating coronavirus restrictions. Navalny’s aides and associates in different Russian regions, in the meantime, were targeted with detentions and raids both before and after Wednesday's protests. Many were jailed, and one was reportedly brutally beaten by police who came to search his apartment. Gallyamov said this indicated a change of tactics for the authorities, from sweeping crackdowns on all demonstrators to targeting suspected protest leaders. Last week, Russian authorities took the pressure on Navalny’s allies and supporters to a new level, with the Moscow prosecutor’s office petitioning a court to label as his Foundation for Fighting Corruption and his network of regional offices as extremist groups. Human rights activists say such a move would paralyze their activities and expose their members and donors to prison sentences of up to 10 years. Navalny began the hunger strike to protest prison authorities’ refusal to let his doctors visit after he developed severe back pain and numbness in his legs. Officials insisted Navalny was getting all the medical help he needs. But Navalny's doctors said last week that the politician could be near death, as his test results showed sharply elevated levels of potassium, which can bring on cardiac arrest, and heightened creatinine levels that indicated impaired kidneys. Navalny was transferred Sunday from a penal colony east of Moscow to the hospital ward of another prison in Vladimir, a city 180 kilometres (110 miles) east of the capital. On Thursday, Navalny's personal physician Dr. Anastasia Vasilyeva released a letter she signed with four other doctors, urging him to end his hunger strike. The letter revealed that Navalny was taken to a regular hospital Tuesday in Vladimir, where he underwent tests and was examined by specialists “in accordance” with requests from his doctors. It said they were given the results of those tests through Navalny’s lawyers and family on Thursday. Navalny’s doctors said they would continue to insist on access to their patient — his chief demand in launching his hunger strike — but urged him “to immediately stop the hunger strike in order to save life and health,” saying that they consider being examined by “civilian,” non-prison doctors and undergoing “objective tests” enough to end the strike. Volkov in a tweet Thursday said the pressure Navalny’s supporters put on the authorities, first by calling a demonstration and then by making it happen, helped achieve this result. “As soon as the protest was announced, Alexei was taken for a multidisciplinary medical exam to a civilian hospital in Vladimir, and had a large amount of tests. As soon as the protest happened, today, all of a sudden, we were given all the test results.” Daria Litvinova, The Associated Press
For the second consecutive year, the Maple Hill Sap Run in Powassan is a virtual event. The run takes place this weekend and, unlike the physical event in a non-COVID year, participants are asked to pick their own route, place and time they want to run. Founder and principal organizer of the run Jared Dupuis says the distances remain the same at five kilometres and 10km for adults, and 500 metres for children. Dupuis says the only difference with this year's virtual run compared to the virtual run in 2020 is the extra day. Dupuis says where the event took place only on a Sunday last year, this year participants have the option of running in their chosen location on Saturday or Sunday. “This makes it more flexible for people depending what their plans are,” Dupuis said. Dupuis says he considered bringing back the physical run this year “but there's still too much up in the air so we decided to continue with the virtual run.” This is the fourth year for the Maple Hill Sap Run. Dupuis owns and operates Maple Hill Health and Fitness, a personal training gym in Powassan, and is a strong promoter of mental and physical health. When Dupuis started the sap run in 2018 he said he would have been very happy just to get 100 participants. But the final number was somewhere between 150 to 200 runners. Year 2 saw about 275 people take part and last year the number of participants was gearing up to surpass 300 before COVID arrived on the scene. Dupuis says all the planning for the run was in place in early March last year, including having police, fire and ambulance personnel on board, having Powassan streets blocked off for the runners, the volunteers and sponsors. “But when we found out what the new playing field was, we had to switch to the virtual style of race to make sure it went through,” Dupuis said. Dupuis admits he was a little worried that changing last year's physical run into a virtual event would affect participation, but people bought into it and about 100 runners took part in their own communities and locations. So far about 140 people are registered for this weekend's run, including some of Dupuis' friends in Ottawa and Sudbury, and this tells him there's a growing appetite for this type of event. Dupuis hopes people who take part in the run by remote this year can take in the physical event in 2022. The Maple Hill Sap Run has caught on quickly and has attracted participants from far and wide. Dupuis says in addition to area participants, the run has seen many people from southern Ontario come into Powassan. Some runners who take part in the Boston Marathon also attend and two years ago one individual from Yukon took part in the run. “The power of social media and the internet gives us a high level of connectivity with people,” Dupuis said. In addition, the run piggybacks on the Powassan Maple Syrup Festival in non-COVID years, which can attract 10,000 people over the course of the festival weekend. “So we have some people who take in the festival and then take part in the run,” he said. Dupuis says it was easier to organize this year's virtual event after putting together the first virtual run last year. This time around people also know what to expect. Normally, the physical run would have prizes awarded to the male and female adults in both categories in addition to the children based on their run times. However, under the virtual scenario, it's not possible to monitor run times, but Dupuis says prizes will still be awarded. He says once a person registers for the run, random draws will be held for the men and women who take part in the five-K and 10-K runs as well as prizes for boys and girls registered for the 500-metre run. Maple syrup-based prizes from Sugarstone Farm Maple Syrup in Trout Creek will be awarded to the men, women and boys and girls in each category if their names are drawn. Dupuis says although run times won't be posted this year, he would like participants to post a picture of themselves on the Maple Hill Sap Run Facebook page. Registration is open until midnight Friday. To register, go online to zone4.ca and scroll down the page to the Maple Hill Sap Run 2021 line and click it to start the registration process. Dupuis says all the money raised during the sap run goes to recreation projects in Powassan, which this year involves upgrades to the Powassan Hydro Pond. In addition, money is also directed to the North Bay Regional Health Centre's Children and Adolescent Health Unit, which this year is putting in a community garden at the site. Rocco Frangione is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter who works out of the North Bay Nugget. The Local Journalism Initiative is funded by the Government of Canada. Rocco Frangione, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The North Bay Nugget
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Key players operating in the Antibody Services market are GE Healthcare, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc., Sartorius AG, Merck KGaA, Pall Corporation, Sigma-Aldrich Corporation, Eppendorf AG, Cellab GmbH, INTEGRA Biosciences AG, and FiberCell Systems Inc.Vancouver, British Columbia, April 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global antibody services market size is expected to reach USD 3.30 Billion in 2028 and register a steady CAGR during the forecast period, according to latest analysis by Emergen Research. Rising approval rate of therapeutic antibodies by government bodies, rising investment in biotechnology and pharmaceutical research, and surge in demand for protein therapeutics are some major factors boosting market revenue growth. Antibodies are immunoglobulin glycoproteins generated by plasma cells in reaction to foreign antigenic molecules. The basic function of antibodies is to keep hold of specifically to these foreign antigens to impair them from destruction by the immune system, thereby safeguarding the host from any kind of infection. Antibody service includes various types and stages of antibody production, beginning from peptide designing, synthesis, and pairing of carrier protein with animal immunization, titer analysis, and antibody purification. Antibody development process begins with injection of antigen into the body of a laboratory animal, enabling their immune system to create a higher number of antibodies. Claim Your FREE Sample Copy with Table of content@ https://www.emergenresearch.com/request-sample/632 Most commonly utilized antibodies are IgG and IgM class antibodies. Antibodies are usually used in diagnostics applications such as pregnancy tests and detection of bacteria and different kinds of viruses in blood. Some Key Findings From the Report: Key players operating in the market are GE Healthcare, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc., Sartorius AG, Merck KGaA, Pall Corporation, Sigma-Aldrich Corporation, Eppendorf AG, Cellab GmbH, INTEGRA Biosciences AG, and FiberCell Systems Inc. In January 2019, GenScript launched a new purification system, AmMag SA. This system simplified the process of protein and antibody purification and reduces processing time.Monoclonal segment is expected to register a faster revenue CAGR as compared to other application segments throughout the forecast period. Commercialization of a large number of antibody-based products and growing investment in monoclonal antibody research are some key factors driving revenue growth of this segment.North America accounted for a 30.1% revenue share in the global market in 2020. Robust presence of biotech and pharmaceutical companies, rapid development in healthcare and research infrastructure, and constant focus on drug discovery services are major factors driving revenue growth of the market in this region. 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