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BioAstrum Announces New Transfection Tools Market Report
Date:7/31/2013

GERMANTOWN, Md., July 31, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- BioAstrum Corp. announces the release of research report of 2013 commercial landscape in transfection tools market.  This report is a timely review of current companies and products in the market of transfection tools. Transfection is an essential method that is widely used in both biomedical research and pharmaceutical development.  The market for transfection tools is a well-serviced market space with many vendors providing hundreds of brand solutions of instrument, accessories and reagent that claim to bring better results at lower cost.   According to a number of published reports, the current global transfection market ranges from $260 - 385 million, with projected annual growth rates of 8-9% through 2015.   In this report, over 100 product brands from 20 different companies in the transfection market are examined. Top performing companies and product brands are reviewed and ranked.  Historical performance of product brands and companies are reviewed, and emerging trends in technology / up-and-coming product brands are identified. This report provides a snap shot of the current transfection tools market place that can be used for competitive analysis, product development, and other business purposes.

For a review of report content, visit the following web page:

http://bioastrum.com/home/content/transfection-market-landscape-2013

 

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BioAstrum is a consulting service company for the life science tools companies.  We are the leading advisor in Internet based marketing for biotech products. We provide the latest market intelligence data on biomedical research tools markets.  For more details about our service please visit our website at www.bioastrum.com.  O
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