Biochip Related Products including Instruments, Software, Reagents and Consumables, and Services are also discussed in detail. The study includes estimations and predictions for the total global Biochips market. Market is also analyzed by geographic regions encompassing North America, Europe, Japan, Asia-Pacific and Rest of World. Business profiles of 35 major companies are discussed in the report. The report serves as a guide to global Biochips industry covering more than 400 companies engaged in Biochips research, development and supply of products and services. Marketing Research Companies
Major Contract Research Organizations and Universities serving the global Biochips industry are also covered in the Corporate Directory section of this report. Compilation of Worldwide Patents and Research related to Biochips is also provided. Information related product developments, partnerships, collaborations, and mergers and acquisitions are also covered in the report featuring 200 graphically represented exclusive exhibits.
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Key Report Findings
Global Biochips market is projected to grow at 21% compounded annually from 2005 through 2015. This growth would be driven especially by application of biochips in clinical diagnosis, Drug Development. Biochips are expected to increase the number of drugs released by reducing the time involved in the drug development process, leading to savings in time and costs. Biochips are becoming an essential part of drug discovery process, bolstering efficiency and accuracy.
A biochip is a combination of micro fabrication technology and life sciences in a miniaturized device. Small enough to fit the palm of the hand the so-called "lab on a chip" or micro total analysis systems (µTAS) employs miniaturization of biological separation and assay techniques to an extent that multiple and complex analyses can be done on a chip. Fundamentally, biochips are computer-chip look-alikes intended to speedily, reliably, and inexpensively perform biochemical procedures that together constitute a medical test. The far slower, more cumbersome, more expensive laboratory equipment can be replaced by their miniaturization and automation of laboratory procedures. Their current applications lie principally in the analysis of genes for defects or sequence variations. They may soon facilitate screening of molecules for potential usefulness as drugs. The immediate goal is to enable them to serve point-of-care diagnosis.
Biochips have become an integral part in the process of drug discovery since the last few years. Biochips market in the global arena is on an upward swing. Biochips which save time in target identification and consequently reduce R & D costs significantly are a boon to drug manufacturing industries. New drug research uses biochips for drug assays and also to test them for toxicity. This is done so that fewer, or perhaps eventually, no animal testing needs to be done. The concept of personalized medicine is also driving the growth of the demand for biochip. A positive regulatory swing towards use of biochips is anticipated, which may decrease the drug’s time to market and eventually increase monetary inflows. Biochips are playing a key role in clinical diagnosis i.e. they help in diagnosis of disease even before the symptoms are observed Biochips which can identify the presence of different proteins, Nucleic acids, different bacteria etc. in a single analysis help to diagnose the disease.
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