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Stem Cell Technologies: World Market Outlook 2011-2021
Date:7/4/2011

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Our report gives you revenue forecasts, growth rates and market shares. We also provide a SWOT/STEP review and analysis of companies, technologies and regulations, as well as opinions from our survey. 

We include 66 tables and charts and a research interview (shown in the accompanying lists). In particular, we cover research and applications involving pluripotent and multipotent stem cells for human use.

Stem Cell Technologies: World Market Outlook 2011-2021 shows you revenue trends, opportunities and challenges

Our report gives you the following advantages:

  • You will receive hard data for the stem cells industry and market - especially our revenue forecasts to 2021
  • You will discover revenue predictions for the overall market from 2011 to 2021
  • You will receive market forecasts for the main subsectors - stem cell therapies, stem cell services, cord blood banking and bone marrow transplants
  • You will discover revenue prospects to 2021 for the leading stem cell product
  • You will find out which disease areas are receiving the most attention from researchers and how soon treatments can be launched
  • You will receive analysis of the uses of stem cells and discussion of the commercial prospects for their use beyond therapy
  • You will review stem cell regulations, research and related activities in the US, Japan, Germany, France,Spain, the UK, Italy, China, India, Israel and South Korea
  • You will identify the leading companies in stem cell therapies, stem cell services and cord blood banking - we d
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