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SNP Genotyping Market Analysis, Market Size, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies And Forecasts, 2014 To 2020

SNPs (Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms) genotyping is the process of analyzing and screening of genetic variations of SNPs between members of a species. It is an upcoming area of interest for researchers for genomics and life science studies. SNP genotyping has a broad range of applications in a number of industries such as pharmaceuticals, research, agricultural biotechnological and others which leads to change in dairy and meat yield and crop yields. The use of SNP genotyping is growing rapidly from personalized genetic testing to plant and animal biotechnology. SNP genotyping gives an idea about the human genome characterization and transfer of hereditary diseases. SNP genotyping is of great value for the pharmaceutical and medical fields as it predicts...

Genomics Market Analysis By Product (Instruments, Consumables, Services), By Application (Diagnostics, Personalized Medicines, Drug Discovery & Development, Academic Research, Agricultural), By Technology (PCR, DNA Sequencing, DNA Microarrays, Nucleic Acid Extraction & Purification) And Segment Forecasts To 2020

August 2014

Genomics is a branch of biology deals with the study of genes and their functions and applies DNA sequencing methods, recombinant DNA and bioinformatics to analyze sequence, and assemble the structure and function of genomes. It includes structural genomics, functional genomics, epigenomics, comparative genomics and Pharmacogenomics. Structural genomics is the dissection of the architectural features of genes and chromosomes. Functional genomics includes the characterization of genes and their components. Epignomics is the study of complete set of epigenetic modifications which plays a vital role in gene regulation and expression....

Healthcare Nanotechnology (Nanomedicine) Market Analysis By Application (Drug Delivery System, Molecular Diagnostics, Clinical Oncology, Clinical Neurology, Clinical cardiology, Anti-inflammatory, Anti-infective) And Segment Forecasts To 2020

June 2014

Nanotechnology healthcare is defined as the application of nanotechnology into healthcare. In context to the human body, Nanotechnology healthcare is the repair, construction, monitoring and control of biological systems at sub-microscopic and molecular levels with the help of engineered nanostructures and nanodevices. It finds application for the purpose of disease diagnosis, prevention and therapy. These objectives can be fulfilled by utilizing nano-molecular tools and the knowledge obtained from the human body using them. Nanotechnology healthcare caters to some of the major disease segments such as cancer, diabetes cardiovascular,...

Molecular Diagnostics Market Analysis By Product (Instruments, Reagents), By Technology (PCR, In Situ Hybridization, Chips & Microarrays, Mass Spectrometry, Sequencing), By Application (Oncology, Pharmacogenomics, Infectious Disease, Genetic Testing, Neurological Disease, Cardiovascular Disease) And Segment Forecasts to 2020

June 2014

Molecular diagnosis enables early detection of cancer, infectious diseases and genetic disorders by using genetic technologies and has applications in detection of abnormalities in the pre-natal stage. Molecular diagnosis is undergoing a transformation to understand and detect various diseases that could possibly turn into severe social and economic burden later. Key molecular diagnostic techniques include DNA sequencing, amplification techniques such as Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) and Ligase Chain Reaction (LCR) and hybridization techniques, spectral karyotype imaging and DNA microarrays. PCRs can be used to detect malignant diseases...

Biotechnology Market (Biopharmacy, Bioservices, Bioagriculture, Bioindustrial, Fermentation, DNA sequencing, Tissue Engineering, Regeneration) Analysis And Segment Forecasts To 2020

May 2014

Biotechnology harnesses cellular and biomolecular processes to develop technologies and products that combat rare and debilitating diseases, develop cleaner, safer and efficient industrial manufacturing processes, reduce environmental footprint, energy consumption.Genetic analysis and manipulation have greatly aided the drug discovery process, and many large biotech firms such as Novo Nordisk, Amgen and Biogen Idec have transformed into key pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical firms. In the field of agriculture, biotech products have enhanced crop yield, increased the nutritional value and quality of crops, and improved the efficacy and...

Stem Cells Market Analysis By Product (Adult Stem Cells, Human Embryonic Cells, Pluripotent Stem Cells), By Application (Regenerative Medicine, Drug Discovery and Development) And Segment Forecasts To 2020

May 2014

Undifferentiated cells holding the capacity to develop into different types of cells with varied functions are referred to as stem cells. Growing demand for regenerative treatment options and the rising number of R&D initiatives involving stem cells to develop therapeutic options catering to the rising prevalence of chronic diseases are two of the most significant drivers of this market. In addition, growing use of stem cells in the field of drug discovery and development, increasing government support and the presence of high unmet medical needs will drive the growth of the stem cells market. Cancer is a life threatening disease and...

Synthetic Biology Market Analysis By Product (Core product, synthetic genes, synthetic DNA, synthetic cells, chassis organisms XNA, Enabling Product Oligonucleotide Synthesis, DNA synthesis), By Technology (DNA Sequencing, Genome Engineering, Biological Components, Integrated Systems, Bioinformatics), By Application (Agriculture, Chemicals, Bio Fuels, Healthcare, R&D, Biosecurity, Energy & Environment) And Segment Forecasts To 2020

January 2014

The engineering and design of novel devices, systems, biologically based parts as well as the redesign of naturally existing biological systems is known as synthetic biology or engineering of biology. It is done to develop genetically modified organisms so that new preferred functions can be performed leading to increase in biological systems production. Synthetic biology is a new and revolutionary method of bioscience in which engineering principles are applied to biology in order to make new biological devices, systems and parts. Recently synthetic biology has entered the commercial market and is passing through a nascent stage....

Biomaterials Market Analysis, Market Size, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies And Forecasts, 2014 To 2020

Biomaterials refer to natural or synthetic materials that interact with biological systems to repair or treat natural body tissues.  Biomaterials are majorly used in joint replacements, drug delivery devices, heart valves and in other medical implants. Increasing government and private funding or grants pertaining to research and development in the field of biomaterials and awareness and training workshops organized by organizations such as the NSF (National Science Foundation) biomaterials workshop, are some of the most impact rendering drivers of this market. Moreover, growing base of geriatric population across the world and the consequent rise in prevalence rates of cardiovascular and orthopedic disorders serve this market as drivers.  ...

Tissue Engineering and Regeneration Market Analysis, Market Size, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Competitive Strategies And Forecasts, 2014 To 2020

Tissue engineering is the field pertaining to the improvement, restoration or replacement of biological functions. Tissue engineered products consist of various components such as biomaterials and scaffolds, cells (autologous cells, tissue resident cells, genetically engineered cells, iPS cells, allogeneic and xenogeneic cells) and biomolecules arranged in appropriate combinations to cater to a particular therapeutic application. Biomaterials and scaffolds are synthetic or semi-synthetic or hybrid matrices which provide physical, functional and structural signals to facilitate the differentiation and growth of cells to form functional tissues. Moreover, biomolecules refer to differentiation, growth and angiogenic factors and are used in tissue or organ...