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Date:9/21/2009

EY EARNERS AND DRUG DISCOVERY COMPANIES ARE KEY INVESTORS

FIGURE 11 SUPPLY SIDE STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS, 2009 (%)

FIGURE 12 DEMAND SIDE STAKEHOLDER ANALYSIS, 2009 (%)

MARKET DRIVERS

DRAWBACKS OF GENOMICS IGNITING THE GROWTH OF PROTEOMICS:

NEED TO IMPROVE THE SPEED AND EFFICIENCY OF DRUG DISCOVERY

PROTEOMICS LEADS TO INCREASE IN R&D PRODUCTIVITY

CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGIES

CAPABILITY OF PROTEOMICS IN DEVELOPING PERSONALIZED THERAPY

LOWER SAMPLE REQUIREMENTS LEADS TO COST EFFECTIVENESS

IDENTIFICATION OF 3-D STRUCTURE OF PROTEINS AIDS IN DRUG DESIGN

MULTI-TASKING PLATFORMS CONFIRM THE ROLE OF TARGET PROTEINS IN DISEASE

MARKET INHIBITORS

MASSIVE DIVERSIFIED DATA LEADS TO THE NEED OF STRUCTURING A STANDARD FORM

STRUCTURING OF PROTEINS REQUIRES EXPENSIVE TOOLS AND MACHINES LEADING TO LOWER ADOPTION RATES

NEED FOR WELL-QUALIFIED RESEARCHERS AND MANDATORY TRAINING, INCREASES THE COST FACTOR

COST AND REIMBURSEMENT COMPLEXITIES EMERGING AS MAJOR HINDRANCES

NEED FOR MORE SOPHISTICATED TOOLS FOR HIGHEREND ANALYSIS

RIGID STRUCTURE OF PROTEINS COMPLICATE FURTHER RESEARCH

LACK OF TECHNOLOGIES TO SPEED UP VALIDATION PROCESS

OPPORTUNITIES

BIO MARKER IDENTIFICATION OPENING OPPORTUNITIES

COMBINATION OF PROTEOMICS AND METAOLOME STUDIES COULD LEAD TO EFFECTIVE PERSONALIZED MEDICINES

THE INTEREST OF PROTEOMICS PRODUCTS AND SERVICE SUPPLIERS ENSURES GROWTH OF PROTEOMICS

PROTEOMICS DATA ANALYSIS LEADS TO MORE AND IMPROVED DRUGS

CHAPTER FOUR: GLOBAL PROTEOMICS EQUIPMENT MARKET

TABLE 1 GLOBAL PROTEOMICS EQUIPMENT MARKET BY PRODUCT, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)

TABLE 2 GLOBAL PROTEOMICS EQUIPMENT MARKET BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION, THROUGH 2014 ($ MILLIONS)

PROTEIN CHIPS AND MICROARRAYS


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