- 2011 Biotechnology Research Review by charlesmartin173


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Published: January 2012                                       No. of Pages: 191

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Report Summary

       The global market for sample preparation reagents and products used in life science research
        was $2.9 billion in 2010 and is expected to increase to $3.6 billion by 2011. The market is
        forecast to reach $8.4 billion by 2016, increasing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of
       The global biobanking market was $141 billion in 2010 and is projected to expand by 30%
        between 2010 and 2015, increasing at a CAGR of 5.4%.
       The global RNAi drug delivery market was worth $7 billion in 2010 and is expected to grow to
        nearly $24.1 billion by 2015, increasing at a five-year CAGR of 27.9%.


During 2011 we witnessed the segmentation of the biotechnology industry as had long been forseen,
drawn farther afield from its initial drug focus into areas such as “cleantech” and chemical
manufacturing.While American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds helped foster drug
research and development, we noticed surprising emphasis on low-possibility-of-success (POS) areas
such as antineoplastic and immunomodulating agents, contrasting with smaller sums being sent into
higher POS fields, such as acute diseases or dermatology. This somewhat swinging-for-the-fences
mentality has a rationale in that if successful these products have much lower post launch competition.
But if uncoupled to creative thinking at the R&D stage, one wonders what the ultimate ROI will be for
taking this risk, and if patent expiration desperation is fueling this trend. Perhaps significantly, the sports
world has names and faces of major league pitchers who have gone ahead with stem cell treatments,
with the hopes of resurrecting lucrative careers.

Mainstream acceptance of the risk involved in immature therapeutics surely paves the way for more
clinical trials and regulatory urgency.Regarding segmentation, we see many patents and venture capital
dollars flowing into synthetic biology applications and “plants engineered to replace oil” efforts, such as
algae biofuels and synthetic photosynthesis. The term “Biobrick” has come into common usage and will
certainly not fade anytime soon.This Biotechnology Research Review provides a sampling of the type of
quantitative market information, analysis and guidance that has been aiding business decision making
since BCC was founded in 1971. It includes highlights from the following reports published in 2011:

       Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Technologies and Global Markets
       Biobanking: Technologies and Global Markets
       Global Biochip Markets: Microarrays and Lab-on-a-Chip
       Next-Generation Cancer Diagnostics: Technologies and Global Markets
       RNAi Drug Delivery: Technologies and Global Markets
       Stem Cell Therapeutics for Oncology: Technologies and Global Markets
       Flow Cytometry: Products, Technologies and Global Markets
       Sample Preparation in Genomics, Proteomics, and Epigenomics: Global Markets
Biotechnology Research Review

Table of Contents

Chapter- 1: 2011 Biotechnology Research Review - Complimentary 2

Chapter- 2: Sample Preparation In Genomics, Proteomics, And Epigenomics: Global Markets
(Bio089a) 16

Chapter- 3: Flow Cytometry: Products, Technologies And Global Markets (Bio085a) 24

Chapter- 4: Biobanking Technologies And Global Markets (Bio084a) 21

Chapter- 5: Next-Generation Cancer Diagnostics: Technologies And Global Markets (Bio081a) 14

Chapter- 6: Rnai Drug Delivery: Technologies And Global Markets (Bio076a) 44

Chapter- 7: Stem Cell Therapeutics For Oncology: Technologies And Global Markets (Bio075a) 21

Chapter- 8: Global Biochip Markets: Microarrays And Lab-On-A-Chip (Bio049d) 19

Chapter- 9: Polymerase Chain Reaction (Pcr) Technologies And Global Markets (Bio087a) 30

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