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Long-Term Investments Remain Critical to Biotechnology Industry Growth, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts
Date:9/11/2008

has a wide range of opportunities, especially in agriculture, human and animal health, molecular biotechnology and the environment sectors. The acceleration of drug discovery and commercialization process resulting from biotechnology is contributing to growing applications in http://www.strategyr.com/Biotechnology_Industry_Market_Report.asp [biopharmaceuticals market]. Biotechnology companies in the pharmaceuticals arena focus on discovering and developing drugs to diagnose, prevent, treat and cure critical diseases. Major biotech drugs available in the market include antibiotics, cancer drugs, anemia drugs, and drugs for multiple sclerosis, arthritis, neutropenia, Alzheimer's disease, infectious diseases, diabetes, AIDS and heart disease. Additionally, over 300 biotech drugs comprising products and vaccines are under clinical trial for a wide range of therapeutic conditions. The market for contract biologics manufacturing is sharply rising with the growth of the biopharmaceuticals sector. Contract biologics manufacturing is rising for specialized technologies and the segment accounts over 20% of total biopharmaceutical manufacturing.

Utilization of biotechnology for the development of agriculture related products and processes would represent a key strategic factor to improve the quality and quantity of production in the country. http://www.strategyr.com/Biotechnology_Industry_Market_Report.asp [Agricultural biotechnology market] is burgeoning, as a result of acceptance of genetic engineering and biotech crops and improved regulatory framework in areas including agricultural research policy, consumer preference, marketing and production, worldwide food demand and industry structure. Biotechnology companies are engaged in myriad activities such as designing of trans
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