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Global Biotechnology Instrumentation Industry
Date:5/16/2012

Protein/Peptide Sequencers I-4E. HPLC Equipment & Supplies I-4F. Electrophoresis Equipment & Supplies I-4II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

Global Market Analysis II-1

Healthcare and Biotech Sectors - The Least Affected by

Economic Recession II-1

Market Trends II-2

Liquid Chromatography Sees Growth in New Application II-2

Innovations and Discoveries Fuel Demand II-2

Shift from High-Throughput to Medium-Throughput II-3

Growth Drivers for HPLC Instrumentation II-3

Increased Competition and Innovation Marks DNA Sequencers Market II-3

DNA Sequencers Re-Evolve II-4

Capillary Gel Electrophoresis - Gains Prominence II-4

Low Replacement Sales Impact Profit Margins II-4

2D Gel Electrophoresis - Growth in Proteomics Research Market II-5

2. ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTS INDUSTRY: A PERSPECTIVE II-6A Review of the Analytical Industry II-6North America - Far More Analytically Advanced II-6Pacific Rim - Emerging Markets Reveal Potential II-6Technological Developments Influence Market Growth II-6Biotechnology - Major Impact on Analytical Instruments Market II-7

3. BIOTECHNOLOGY - AN OVERVIEW II-8

What is Biotechnology? II-8

End-Use based Classification of Biotechnology II-8

A Large and Diverse Industry II-9

Emergence of Biotechnology II-9

4. COMPETITIVE SCENARIO II-10Players Dominate Niche Segments II-10Table 1: Leading Players in Global HPLC Systems & AccessoriesMarket ( 2006 - A Perspective Builder): Percentage Breakdownof Value Sales for Waters, Agilent Technologies, Shimadzu,Hitachi, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-10

Table 2: Leading Players in the Global Electrophoresis

Equipment Market (2006 - A Perspective Builder): Percentage

Breakdown of Value Sales for Bio-Rad Laboratories, GE

Healthcare/Amersham, and Others (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-11<
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