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PCR in Screening and Diagnostics: Market Developments, Growth Areas and Opportunities

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SOURCE Research and Markets

DUBLIN, Feb. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5ggtdb/pcr_in_screening) has announced the addition of the "PCR in Screening and Diagnostics: Market Developments, Growth Areas and Opportunities" report to their offering.

(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769)

This market analysis was carried out to provide business information to developers, manufacturers and suppliers in the PCR clinical and diagnostics field.

Its findings include:

  • Marketing and sales opportunities
  • End-user purchasing decisions
  • Market growth and shrinkage
  • Innovation and new product opportunities

Market Analysis and Opportunities

A competitive market analysis of current practices and future developments across 25 key market areas in the PCR screening and diagnostics field.

Examples include

  • PCR Techniques: Which PCR screening and diagnostics techniques are the market leaders and what changes do end-users predict over the next three years. Which PCR clinical and diagnostics techniques are growing and which are declining?
  • PCR Applications: Which PCR screening and diagnostics applications are the market leaders and what changes do end-users predict over the next three years. Which PCR clinical and diagnostics applications are growing and which are reducing?
  • Suppliers: Who are the major company suppliers in the PCR screening and diagnostics field and who do PCR clinical and diagnostics end-users plan to purchase from over the next three years. Who are the top ten suppliers in this field, and what changes are predicted over the next three years.
  • Opportunities: The findings of this study are analysed to identify opportunities to suppliers in the PCR screening and diagnostics field, in the 'Market Areas' indicated below.

This study was conducted through specialist groups of experienced clinical and laboratory PCR end-users and its findings are therefore based on 'real world' market data.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary

1 Introduction

2 Study Participants
2.1 This Chapter
2.2 Countries
2.3 Regions
2.4 Organisation Types
2.5 Fields
2.6 PCR Activities
2.7 Participants
2.8 Discussion

3 PCR Techniques
3.1 This Chapter
3.2 Current Techniques
3.3 Future Techniques
3.4 Discussion

4 PCR Applications
4.1 This Chapter
4.2 Current Applications
4.3 Future Applications
4.4 Discussion

5 Companies
5.1 This Chapter
5.2 Current Companies
5.3 Future Companies
5.4 Discussion

6 Preferred Companies and Products
6.1 This Chapter
6.2 Preferred Companies
6.3 Preferred products
6.4 Strengths
6.5 Weaknesses
6.6 Discussion

7 PCR Expenditure and Budgets
7.1 This Chapter
7.2 Current Financial budget
7.3 Future Expenditure
7.4 Future General Budget

8 Purpose of PCR Use
8.1 This Chapter
8.2 Purpose
8.3 Discussion

9 Samples
9.1 This Chapter
9.2 Samples
9.3 Discussion

10 Sample Preparation
10.1 This Chapter
10.2 Sample Preparation
10.3 Discussion

11 Therapeutic Areas
11.1 This Chapter
11.2 Therapeutic Areas
11.3 Discussion

12 Disease Biomarkers
12.1 This Chapter
12.2 Use of PCR
12.3 Biomarker Types
12.4 Clinical Utility
12.5 Discussion

13 Bioinformatics Software
13.1 This Chapter
13.2 Bioinformatics Software
13.3 Discussion

14 Innovation
14.1 This Chapter
14.2 Required Innovation
14.3 Recent Innovation
14.4 Future Innovation
14.5 Discussion

15 Quality Control
15.1 This Chapter
15.2 Quality Control
15.3 Future Innovation
15.4 Discussion

16 PCR Consumables

17 Discussion

18 Appendices

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5ggtdb/pcr_in_screening

Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, press@researchandmarkets.net

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