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Date:12/2/2009

(China) 57

PerkinElmer, Inc. (US) 57

Pharmacopeia Inc. (US) 57

Proteome Systems (Australia) 57

Quantum Pharmaceuticals (Russia) 57

Shimadzu Corporation (Japan) 58

Sigma-Aldrich (US) 58

Tecan Group (Switzerland) 58

Thallion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Canada) 58

Tripos International (US) 58

8. MARKET ANALYTICS 59

9. THE UNITED STATES 68

Overview 68

US Leads the World High Throughput Screening (HTS) Market 68

10. CANADA 70

11. JAPAN 71

Japan Resembles US in Life Science Research 71

12. EUROPE 73

An Overview of Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine 73

Emerging Trends in Proteomics Technology 74

Protein Classification 75

Protein Separation 76

Market Trends 77

European Market for Drug Discovery Tools 77

UK Government Supports Proteomics Research 77

Drug Discovery Outsourcing in Europe 77

13. REST OF WORLD 79

Asia-Pacific 79

Emerging Opportunities 79

Cost Advantage in Asia Attracts Global Drug Discovery Industry 79

Regulations Affect Asia-Pacific Drug Discovery Market 79

India 79

Bioinformatics Market in India 79

Scope and Demand for Bioinformatics Market to Expand

Significantly by 2010 80

Discovery of Therapeutic Molecules - A New Buzzword for

Growth Acceleration 81

EXHIBITS

Table 1: Global Drug Discovery Technologies Market by Region

for the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in US$ Million)

Table 2: Percentage Breakdown of Global Drug Discovery

Technologies Market by Region for the Years 2008 & 2012

Table 3: Global Bioanalytical Instruments Market by Region for

the Period 2007-2015 (Sales in US$ Million)


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