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Study on global market and future demand growth for biologic imaging reagents

November 08, 2015

Advances in technologies that are used in biologic imaging reagents are also moving forward at a rapid pace. These technologies include nanotechnology, biologic targeting, microfluidics, supramolecular chemistry and protein engineering. Rapid developments across a number of technology fields promise to change the biologic imaging industry by enabling novel imaging reagents and unique market opportunities. This report analyzes these developments and their impact on the future markets for biologic imaging reagents.

Given these market and technology dynamics, it is especially timely to examine the biologic imaging reagents market.

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We have compiled a study of existing and future imaging reagent technologies that will be commercially important in the major end user segments including life science research tools, drug discovery and development, and diagnostics.

We present the various imaging reagent technologies, including fluorescent probes and dyes; nanomaterials; fluorescent proteins; supermolecules; contrast reagents, and imaging radiopharmaceuticals. We also examine the industry growth driving forces; product types; market applications; companies and industry alliances and acquisitions; future market potential and product sales forecasts for the period 2008 through 2013. We project the future use of biologic imaging reagents in the main end user segments and by technology.

This study will be of particular interest to life science research tools suppliers, pharmaceutical manufacturers, diagnostics, biotechnology, genomics, proteomics, nanotechnology and supramolecular companies. It will also be of interest to companies making products for medical imaging, microarrays, lab on a chip, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), molecular diagnostics assays, fluorescence in-situ hybridization (FISH), fluorescence activated cell sorting (FACS) as well as medical researchers and clinicians.

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