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Reportlinker Adds Infectious Immunology Reagents, Instruments and Test Kits - Global Pipeline Analysis, Competitive Landscape and Market Forecasts to 2017
Date:4/12/2011

evenue ($m), Forecast, 2010-2017 10

4.3 Infectious Immunology, Key Market Trends 11

4.3.1 Demand for Rapid Methods for the Molecular Diagnosis of the Infectious Diseases is Altering the Infectious Immunology Landscape 11

4.3.2 Microfluidic Systems for Pathogen Testing are Expected to find Increased Adoption in the Future 12

4.3.3 Point of Care Testing Technology is the Current Trend in the Infectious Immunology Market 12

4.3.4 Technological Advancements such as Nanotechnology and PNA Florescence in Situ Hybridization (FISH) is the Latest Technological Trend for Early Detection 13

4.3.5 Shift Towards Automation and Consolidation of Laboratories Expects to Gain Popularity amongst the Laboratories and IVD Manufacturers 13

4.4 Infectious Immunology, Market Dynamics 15

4.4.1 Market Drivers 15

4.4.2 Market Restraints 19

5 Global Infectious Immunology Market: Analysis By Segment 21

5.1 Hepatitis Viruses: Market Characterization 21

5.1.1 Hepatitis Viruses Market, Global, Revenue ($m), Historic, 2003-2010 21

5.1.2 Hepatitis Viruses Market, Global, Revenue ($m), Forecast 2010-2017 22

5.1.3 Hepatitis Viruses, Market Drivers 23

5.1.4 Hepatitis Viruses, Market Restraint: Social Factors Associated with Hepatitis Might Act as Deterrent 23

5.2 Retroviruses: Market Charaterization 24

5.2.1 Retroviruses Market, Global, Revenue ($m), Historic, 2003-2010 24

5.2.2 Retroviruses Market, Global, Revenue ($m), Forecast, 2010-2017 25

5.2.3 Retroviruses, Market Drivers: Increasing Prevalence of HIV Infection to Drive the Retroviruses Market 26

5.2.4 Retroviruses Devices, Market Restraint: Lack of Awareness of HIV Infection is a Barrier for Market Growth 26

5.3 Bacteriology: Market Charaterization 27

5.3.1 Bacteriology Market, Global, Revenue ($m), Historic, 2003-2010 27

5.3.2 Bacteriology Market, Global, Revenue ($m), Forecast, 2010-2
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