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In Vitro Diagnostics: World Market Outlook 2012-2022
Date:8/2/2012

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In Vitro Diagnostics: World Market Outlook 2012-2022

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Report Details How will the in vitro diagnostics (IVD) market develop this decade? Our report shows you potential revenues to 2022, discussing opportunities and prospects. Through our research and analysis we aim to save you time and help in your decisions.

Our new study shows you potential revenues to 2022 for in vitro diagnostics at total world, submarket and national levels. What technologies and applications will expand that market? What effects will changes have? You will find predictions and answers.

In our report you will find revenue predictions for clinical chemistry, immunochemistry, haematology, microbiology, genetic testing, and point of care testing (POCT).

You will find coverage of Roche, Siemens, Abbott Laboratories, Danaher and Becton Dickinson & Company.

We help you to assess the in vitro diagnostics industry and market's strengths, weaknesses, trends and potential revenues to 2022. You will see where those technologies are heading.

Our new report provides data, analysis and opinion to benefit your research, calculations, meetings and presentations. To get that information please respond now.

Original analysis with revenues, growth rates, market shares, opinion and discussions

You will find revenue forecasts, growth rates, market shares, a SWOT review, opinions from our survey and discussions of technologies and companies. We provide 68 tables and charts
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