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Reportlinker Adds RNAi Drug Delivery: Technologies and Global Markets
Date:3/24/2011

to 2015 across RNAi market segments, reviews the latest advances in RNAi drug delivery technologies, and assesses the competitive landscape across RNAi therapeutic areas.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

Since its discovery in 1998 by two scientists, the naturally occurring RNA interference effect has been hailed as the hottest technical breakthrough in biological research. It may even surpass polymerase chain reaction (PCR) as a top technology. RNA interference allows scientists to silence the expression or effect of a gene being studied. Known simply as RNAi, this field has rapidly emerged as a fast-growing new market. This report assesses this emerging commercial market and maps the key RNAi therapeutic and drug delivery players on the market landscape. The initial companies produced reagents and kits for the biological research reagents market to support basic and applied research in academia, government, and industry. A number of companies decided to take the long road to develop therapeutics. Others have developed drug delivery approaches for emerging RNAi therapeutics. This report analyzes emerging RNAi molecules and delivery technologies and examines new molecular targets and pipeline drugs. It also evaluates competitors and collaborators in the developing RNAi technologies and examines the latest RNAi-related patenting trends.

SCOPE OF REPORT

The latest trends in RNAi therapeutics are examined, focusing on the main areas of clinical need, general/proprietary technologies, and company pipelines, and the activities and strategies of RNAi-based developers are profiled. This report also provides forecasts for market growth to 2015 across major RNAi market segments. This report provides an in-depth assessment of recent progress and future opportunities for RNAi players in major therapeutic areas.

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This report is an exhaustive study
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