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Market Insights Reports

RNA sequencing was first introduced by Fredrick Sanger in 1977, who used chain termination method, also known sanger sequencing method / first generation sequencing method. It is a rapid method that enables profiling of whole range of RNA expressed by the cell, with increased coverage and resolution. However, the sanger sequencing method costs higher as compared to other methods and has low detection power, which reduces its scalability. Over time, this domain has witnessed several technological

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It is a well-known fact that almost 90% of the therapeutic interventions fail in clinical trials, resulting in significant economic losses to the pharmaceutical industry.  The lack of effective preclinical prediction of drug responses in humans is one of the various reasons for drug’s failure to get approved. Animal testing for preclinical evaluation of drugs sometimes fails to identify toxicity signs caused by a drug in humans. Moreover, these studies are quite expensive, time-consum

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Cancer is known to be one of the leading causes of deaths, worldwide. In fact, as per the annual statistics reported by the American Cancer Society (ACS) indicate that, in 2022, around 1.9 million individuals are likely to be diagnosed with various types of cancer in the US. Further, it is estimated that, by the end of 2040, 27.5 million new cancer cases will be added to the global numbers, exerting tremendous physical, emotional and financial strain on affected individuals, their families, comm

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Every year, the healthcare industry generates a massive amount of data. In fact, the healthcare data currently constitutes around 30% share of the global data volume. Further, it is estimated that, by 2025, the data generated via the healthcare sector will rise at an annualized growth rate of 36%. However, it is important to consider that the constant management of such enormous volumes of data is a tedious and challenging process. Specifically, management and handling of huge datasets in the he

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Non-adherence to prescribed medication regimen is one of the major factors that not only causes negative implications on the patient’s health, but also adds to the overall pharmaceutical industry’s burden. According to an article published by Contract Pharma in April 2022, non-adherence to prescribed medicines is estimated to cost more than USD 250 billion annually to the drug developers. Further, lack of effective methods / solutions for sustained / controlled release of active phar

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Cancer is the one of the leading cause of deaths, globally, as per the World Health Organization (WHO). Annual statistics reported by the American Cancer Society (ACR) indicate that, in 2022, around 1.9 million individuals are likely to be diagnosed with various types of cancer in the US. During the same year, around 0.6 million cancer-related deaths are anticipated to be reported in the aforementioned region. In this context, it is important to highlight that, according to the International Age

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Over the last two decades, gene editing concepts and genetic engineering have evolved significantly, with the development of a variety of versatile DNA modulation technologies, including clustered, regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR), zinc finger nucleases and transcription activator-like effector-based nucleases (TALENs). These developments have enabled several medical researchers to perform an array of gene / cell line engineering experiments for a variety of R&D

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In 1973, a group of scientists reported that individual genes can be cloned and isolated by cleaving DNA enzymatically into DNA fragments. Over time, gene and DNA cloning has proved to be an important tool for researchers in their studies focused on genetics. The evolution of genetic engineering and cloning techniques has allowed for alterations in the genome of microorganisms, thereby enabling the production of substances having various research and therapeutic applications. Further, cloning ca

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Over time, spectroscopy has emerged as an important analytical tool for accurate and rapid analysis of compounds. It finds applications in research activities in food, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and environmental industry. Spectroscopic instruments provide information on electronic and optical properties, chemical composition and crystallinity of compounds. There are several types of spectrometers, such as mass spectrometer, atomic absorption spectrometer, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), Ra

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Research indicates that about 6% of the individuals are expected to get affected from chronic wounds, globally. Specifically, in the US, 6.5 million individuals are estimated to be affected by chronic wounds. Financially, treatment of wound-related complications levies a burden of over USD 25 billion, annually, on the US healthcare system. In other words, treatment and care of chronic wounds is believed to account for more than 5% of the National Healthcare Service (NHS) expenditure in the afore

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Since the discovery of the first human genetic map in 1987, the field of omics-based analysis has evolved significantly. Researchers have focused their efforts from decoding the primary sequence of genes to analyzing the location and interaction of cell types, and biomarkers (primarily, DNA, RNA and proteins), through a process known as spatial phenotyping. The traditional molecular profiling analytical techniques, such as microarrays quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR), flow cytometry

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During each stage of biopharmaceutical manufacturing process, it is essential to ensure that the bioprocess variables and parameters are under control. Sampling is considered to be an important step in the bioprocess. However, there are several challenges associated with conventional, manual aseptic sampling technique, such as high risk of contamination of the sample, high labor costs, operator-to-operator deviations during sampling and sample preparation, lower sample frequency rates and no rea

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The drug discovery process, which involves the identification of a relevant biological target and a corresponding pharmacological lead, is deemed crucial to the clinical success of a drug candidate. However, considering the growing complexity of modern pharmacology, the discovery of viable therapeutic candidates is very demanding, both in terms of time and capital investment. In fact, as per estimates, a therapeutic drug takes around 10 to 15 years and an average investment of USD 1 to 2 billion

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With several blockbuster therapies (such as Humira®, Rituxan®, Lantus®, Avastin®, Herceptin® and Remicade®) and a robust pipeline of product / therapy candidates, the biopharmaceutical market is anticipated to witness significant growth in the next few years. However, it has been established that biologic drug development is a complex, time-consuming and capital-intensive process. These complex molecules require highly engineered specialized equipment, innovative downstre

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According to a study published in the Canadian Journal of Infectious Disease and Medical Microbiology in 2021, more than 1.3 million cases of needlestick injuries (NSI) among health care workers (HCWs) are reported every year in the US and Europe. NSIs are known to occur frequently in healthcare settings while using injections and can lead to transmission of various blood borne pathogen. In fact, as per the estimates provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), HCWs are at a

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