Global Molecular Diagnostics Market & Future Forecast to 2017 Overview
The global molecular diagnostics market is witnessing a period of profound growth. The growth is coming from different regions and markets. The next five years will witness significant developments in molecular diagnostics such as automation, as well as introduction of a wide range of new products.
Molecular Diagnostics Market - Application Segment Analysis
•The infectious disease testing is the leading application in Molecular Diagnostic. It is likely to hold XXXX% share in 2017.
•Molecular oncology tests have emerged as a second significant rapidly growing market segment. Genetic Testing and Blood Screening are at the third and fourth spot respectively in 2012.
•The cardiovascular disease testing and neurological testing are closely competing with each other to gain the maximum market share.
•Food testing market is expected to inch up to US$ XXXX Million in 2017.
Molecular Diagnostics Market - Technologies Segment Analysis
•Biochips and PCR based test accounts for the largest shares in the molecular diagnostics technologies segment with XXXX% and XXXX% respectively in 2012.
•Fish & Innovations technology market is at the 3rd slot.
•The PCR related technologies and Non- PCR market is at the 4th and 5th position respectively.
•The biosensor and Molecular Imaging technology are also showing impressive growth.
Molecular Diagnostics Market - Geographical Analysis
•United States molecular diagnostic market is expected to be more than double by 2017 from its current market in 2012.
•Europe stands at the second position in the global molecular diagnostic market.
•The Mexico molecular diagnostics market is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 17% between 2012 and 2017.
Molecular Diagnostics Market – Company Wise Analysis
•The Roche molecular diagnostic share is greater than the combined share of
•Abbott stands at the 4th spot and expected to generate sales worth US$ XXXX Million by the year 2017.
•The Myriad Genetics molecular diagnostic sales were worth US$ XXXX Million in 2012.
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