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    • Labeling and Linkage Agents for Immunoassays and Gene ProbesThe segment of the diagnostic industry using immunoassays and gene probes is relativelyyoung and undergoing rapid changes spurred on by the rapid progress in biotechnology andmedicine. This area is now experiencing major R&D initiatives, resulting in the developmentof the number of new products, and in improvement of sensitivities and performance ofseveral existing products. This has a direct impact on the demand, consumption and futuregrowth of the labeling and linking agents that go into products. There is therefore a need foran up to date, comprehensive global report on reagents that make up diagnostic tests.SCOPE OF STUDYThis important report: Assesses technological developments and how they will impact the industry Identifies the driving forces for demand Makes available the most current and reliable information on consumption of probes and related chemicals in enzyme immunoassay Estimates the global supply and demand scenario broken down by applications and regions Assesses the growth rate in demand Projects demand and supply by applications and regions up to 2010 Profiles major companies involved in this business and their market shares.METHODOLOGYInformation was gathered using both primary and secondary sources. Backgroundinformation was brought together from a multitude of secondary sources, andcomplementary and supplementary information was developed with telephone interviews.Specific analysis includes value chain assessment, strategic positioning maps and life cycleevaluations of both markets and technologies. Technical and regulatory analysis yieldedvaluable information that facilitated the understanding of the direction and magnitude ofmarket demand for various product segments. The key elements impacting market demandwere determined so that specific demand forecasts could be developed for each product.As might be expected, the diversity of materials used in research applications is far greaterthan that of commercial areas. This makes forecasting for the segment particularly difficult.However, we have identified the larger volume items and discussed them at length. Marketdemand forecasts (unit volume and dollar values), are developed for each of the largervolume reagents, and the total demand is determined. Major factors impacting thelabel/linker supply and demand are discussed. We have examined government regulations,technology developments, patents and international trade. European and Japanese suppliersand markets are also discussed and trade figures are provided.Finally, we arrived at conclusions to facilitate the formation of specific plans of action byindustry participants. Although the study is not geared toward any particular supplier, theanalysis and conclusions are detailed in a manner that each will find valuable.CREDENTIALS OF ANALYSTSThe study has been carried out by a team of chemical engineering consultants led by SeniorConsultant Mr. N. S. Venkataraman, a chemical engineer with over 30 years of experiencein various functions relating to chemical, pharmaceutical and allied industries. Other team
    • members include D. Panneerselvam, Mr. T. K. Parija, Ms. P. Govindanayagi and Ms. K.Geetha. All the members of the team are practicing chemical engineers or chemists withextensive experience as business consultants in the chemical and allied industries.The project manager for this study was Dr. Yatin B. Thakore, with over 15 years of industryexperience in chemical and allied fields.Table Of ContentsChapter- 1: INTRODUCTION – ComplimentaryOBJECTIVES AND GOAL OF THE STUDYREASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYSCOPE OF THE STUDYTARGETED AUDIENCEMETHODOLOGYCREDENTIALS OF ANALYSTSRELATED BCC REPORTSBCC ONLINE SERVICESDISCLAIMERChapter- 2: SUMMARYTable 0 : MARKETS FOR LABELS AND PROBES BY APPLICATION AREA, THROUGH2010Figure 0 : MARKETS FOR LABELS AND PROBES BY APPLICATION AREA, 2003-2010Chapter- 3: TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEWIMMUNOASSAY TECHNOLOGYGENE PROBE TECHNOLOGY (NUCLEIC ACID ASSAYS)EXAMPLES OF TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTSHISTORIC MILESTONES IN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTChapter- 4: OVERVIEW OF PROBES AND RELATED CHEMICALSRADIOACTIVE COMPOUNDSENZYMES/ENZYME SUBSTRATESFLUORESCEIN COMPOUNDSCHEMILUMINESCENCE COMPOUNDSGENE PROBESEXAMPLES OF RADIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS AND THEIR APPLICATIONSENZYME PROBESFLUORESCENCE COMPOUNDSCHEMILUMINESCENT COMPOUNDSTable 34 : COMMONLY USED CHEMILUMINESCENT COMPOUNDSChapter- 5: MARKETS FOR PROBES BY APPLICATION SECTORSGLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBESTable 35 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES IN IMMUNOASSAYS BY APPLICATIONSECTORS, THROUGH 2010Table 36 : GLOBAL MARKET BY MATERIALS FOR PROBES IN IMMUNOASSAYS,THROUGH 2010
    • Figure 1 : GLOBAL MARKET BY MATERIALS FOR PROBES IN IMMUNOASSAYS,2003-2010Table 37 : REGIONAL SHARE OF THE MARKET FOR PROBES IN IMMUNOASSAYS,THROUGH 2010Figure 2 : REGIONAL SHARE OF MARKETS FOR PROBES IN IMMUNOASSAYS, 2005Table L2 :Chapter- 6: MARKET FOR PROBES─BY MATERIALSFLUORESCENT COMPOUNDSRADIOACTIVE COMPOUNDSCHEMILUMINESCENT COMPOUNDSENZYME/ENZYME SUBSTRATEGENE PROBESTable 68 : MARKET FOR GENE PROBES, THROUGH 2010Table 69 : MARKETS FOR GENE PROBES BY APPLICATION SECTORS, THROUGH2010Figure 9 : MARKETS FOR GENE PROBES BY APPLICATION SECTORS, 2003- 2010Chapter- 7: REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE INDUSTRYREGULATIONS AFFECTING RADIOACTIVE MATERIALSNUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION (NRC) REGULATIONSPRESENT RULES AND REGULATIONSSAFETY STANDARDSMEDICAL USE POLICY STATEMENTADVISORY COMMITTEEREGULATIONS RELATING TO STORAGE OF RADIO ISOTOPESSINK DISPOSALEXEMPTION TO SMALL QUANTITY ISOTOPESEUROPEAN REGULATIONS ON WASTE DISPOSALPERMITS FOR THE IMPORT OF MEDICAL RADIOISOTOPES IN AUSTRALIAChapter- 8: GLOBAL HEALTHCARE AND INDUSTRY TRENDSWORLD POPULATION AND DISEASE PROFILEDISEASE PROFILEDRIVING FACTORS OF TESTING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIESDRIVING FACTORS IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIESCONSTRAINTS FOR GROWTHTHE STAKEHOLDERSTECHNOLOGY FACTORSFACTORS INFLUENCING GROWTHGROWTH IN CONSUMPTIONPATTERN OF USEHALF LIFE AND LIMITED AVAILABILITY IN SOME COUNTRIESENVIRONMENTAL ISSUESCOST ISSUESSUBSTITUTION FOR RADIOISOTOPESFUTURE FOR CHEMILUMINESCENT PROBESFUTURE FOR ENZYME-BASED ASSAYS
    • FUTURE FOR FLUORESCENT PROBESFUTURE FOR GENE PROBESChapter- 9: PROBES─TECHNOLOGY AND PATENTSFLUORESCENT COMPOUNDSCHEMILUMINESCENT COMPOUNDSRADIOACTIVE COMPOUNDSENZYMES/ENZYME SUBSTRATESIMMUNOASSAYSGENE PROBESPATENT ANALYSISTable 74 : PATENT ANALYSIS FOR SELECTED ORGANIZATIONSChapter- 10: PROFILE OF MAJOR PLAYERSMARKET SHARE OF MAJOR PLAYERSABBOTT LABORATORIESAMERSHAM BIOSCIENCES, USABACHEM AGBIOFX LABORATORIESBIO-NUCLEONICS INC.BIO-RAD, USABIOTIUM, USABIOVECTRA DCL, USABIOZYME LABORATORIESCARBOMER INC.DIAGNOSTIC CHEMICALS LIMITED, USADUTCH DIAGNOSTICSHYTEST LTD.INSTITUTE OF ISOTOPE CO. LTD., HUNGARYINTERNATIONAL MUREX TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION / MUREX DIAGNOSTICS CORP.LUMIGEN, INCMDS NORDIONMORAVEK BIOCHEMICALS, USAPERKINELMER LIFE SCIENCE, INC.RESEARCH PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL CORP., USASIGMA ALDRICH, USATHERATASE, PLCTOYOBO ENZYMESVECTOR LABSZYMED LABORATORIES, INC., USAList of TablesSummary Table : MARKETS FOR LABELS AND PROBES BY APPLICATION AREA, THROUGH2010Table 1 : IMMUNOASSAYS: HISTORICAL TIMELINETable 2 : GENE PROBES: HISTORICAL TIMELINETable 3 : RADIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS: HISTORICAL TIMELINETable 4 : COMMONLY USED RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPESTable 5 : RADIONUCLIDES FOR DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING
    • Table 6 : RADIONUCLIDES: POSITRON EMITTERSTable 7 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: THYROID IMAGINGTable 8 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: AUTORADIOGRAPHYTable 9 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: IN DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPYTable 10 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: RADIOCARDIOGRAPHYTable 11 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: TUMOR IMAGINGTable 12 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: CANCER TREATMENTTable 13 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: DETERMINATION OF BLOOD CELL SURVIVALTIMETable 14 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: DETERMINATION OF CIRCULATION RED CELLMASS/PLASMA VOLUMETable 15 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: DETERMINATION OF BLOOD FLOWTable 16 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: STOMACH IMAGINGTable 17 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: EXCRETION STUDYTable 18 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: TREATMENT OF LEUKEMIASTable 19 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: STUDY OF GASTROINTESTINAL PROTEIN LOSSTable 20 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: SCANNING LUNGS/BRAINTable 21 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: MYOCARDIAL STUDIESTable 22 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: HEART IMAGINGTable 23 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: BRAIN IMAGINGTable 24 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: BRAIN PERFUSION IMAGINGTable 25 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: BONE IMAGINGTable 26 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: LUNG IMAGINGTable 27 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: RENAL IMAGINGTable 28 : USE OF RADIOACTIVE PROBES: MALIGNANT AND INFLAMMATORY REGIONSTable 29 : COMMONLY USED TYPE OF EIASTable 30 : COMMONLY USED ENZYMES IN EIASTable 31 : APPLICATIONS OF ENZYMES IN IMMUNOASSAYTable 32 : COMMONLY USED FLUOROPHORES IN FIATable 33 : FLUOROPHORES AND THEIR APPLICATIONSTable 34 : COMMONLY USED CHEMILUMINESCENT COMPOUNDSTable 35 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES IN IMMUNOASSAYS BY APPLICATION SECTORS,THROUGH 2010Table 36 : GLOBAL MARKET BY MATERIALS FOR PROBES IN IMMUNOASSAYS, THROUGH2010Table 37 : REGIONAL SHARE OF THE MARKET FOR PROBES IN IMMUNOASSAYS, THROUGH2010Table 38 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES FOR IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS BY APPLICATIONSECTORS, THROUGH 2010Table 39 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES FOR IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS BY REGION,THROUGH 2010Table 40 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES FOR IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS BY REAGENTS,THROUGH 2010Table 41 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES FOR IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS MEDICAL LABS,THROUGH 2010Table 42 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES FOR IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS HOSPITAL TESTING,THROUGH 2010Table 43 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES FOR IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS DOCTOR’S OFFICE,THROUGH 2010
    • Table 44 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES FOR IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS HOME TESTING,THROUGH 2010Table 45 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES FOR IN VIVO DIAGNOSTICS, THROUGH 2010Table 46 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES IN THE DENTAL AREA, THROUGH 2010Table 47 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES IN BLOOD BANKS, THROUGH 2010Table 48 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES IN FOOD TESTING, THROUGH 2010Table 49 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES IN RESEARCH LABORATORIES, THROUGH 2010Table 50 : MARKET FOR PROBES IN FORENSIC AND PATERNITY, THROUGH 2010Table 51 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES IN FORENSIC AND PATERNITY, THROUGH 2010Table 52 : MARKET FOR PROBES IN ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING, THROUGH 2010Table 53 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES IN ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING, THROUGH 2010Table 54 : APPLICATIONS OF SPECIFIC FLUORESCENT COMPOUNDSTable 55 : MARKET FOR FLUORESCENT COMPOUNDS BY MATERIAL TYPES, THROUGH 2010Table 56 : MARKETS OF FLUORESCENT COMPOUNDS BY APPLICATION SECTORS, THROUGH2010Table 57 : MARKET FOR RADIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS BY MATERIAL TYPES, THROUGH 2010Table 58 : RADIOPHARMACEUTICALS CURRENTLY USEDTable 59 : MARKETS FOR RADIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS BY APPLICATION SECTORS,THROUGH 2010Table 60 : TYPES OF CHEMILUMINESCENT ASSAYTable 61 : TYPES OF LUMINESCENT REACTIONSTable 62 : MARKET FOR CHEMILUMINESCENT COMPOUNDS BY MATERIAL TYPES, THROUGH2010Table 63 : APPLICATIONS OF SELECTED CHEMILUMINESCENT COMPOUNDSTable 64 : MARKETS OF CHEMILUMINESCENT COMPOUNDS BY APPLICATION SECTORS,THROUGH 2010Table 65 : MARKET FOR ENZYMES AND THEIR SUBSTRATES BY TYPE, THROUGH 2010Table 66 : SELECTED ENZYME IMMUNOASSAY APPLICATIONSTable 67 : MARKETS FOR ENZYMES AND THEIR SUBSTRATES BY APPLICATION SECTORS,THROUGH 2010Table 68 : MARKET FOR GENE PROBES, THROUGH 2010Table 69 : MARKETS FOR GENE PROBES BY APPLICATION SECTORS, THROUGH 2010Table 70 : HISTORICAL TIMELINE OF REGULATIONS AFFECTING THE HANDLING OFRADIOISOTOPES IN THE U.S.Table 71 : HIGHLIGHTS OF DEVELOPMENTS IN NRC REGULATIONSTable 72 : HOSPITAL BED STATISTICS FOR SELECTED COUNTRIES, 2004Table 73 : DEVELOPMENTS IN RADIOLABELED COMPOUNDSTable 74 : PATENT ANALYSIS FOR SELECTED ORGANIZATIONSTable 75 : MARKET SHARE OF MAJOR PLAYERS IN MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICSTable 76 : REPRESENTATIVE ASSAY PRODUCTS OF ABBOTTTable 77 : SOME IMPORTANT COLLABORATION EFFORTS AT ABBOTTTable 78 : MAJOR MILESTONES FOR BACHEMTable 79 : BACHEM UNITSTable 80 : BACHEM COLLABORATIONSTable 81 : PRODUCT RANGE AND APPLICATION OF BIOVECTRA DCLTable 82 : REPRESENTATIVE PRODUCTS OF HYTESTTable 83 : REPRESENTATIVE PRODUCTS OF LUMIGENTable 84 : REPRESENTATIVE COLLABORATION EFFORTS OF MDSTable 85 : MILESTONES FOR SIGMA ALDRICH
    • Table 86 : REPRESENTATIVE PRODUCTS OF TOYOBOTable 87 : REPRESENTATIVE PRODUCTS OF VECTOR LABSList of FiguresSummary Figure : MARKETS FOR LABELS AND PROBES BY APPLICATION AREA, 2003-2010Figure 1 : GLOBAL MARKET BY MATERIALS FOR PROBES IN IMMUNOASSAYS, 2003-2010Figure 2 : REGIONAL SHARE OF MARKETS FOR PROBES IN IMMUNOASSAYS, 2005Figure 3 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES FOR IN VITRO DIAGNOSTICS BY APPLICATIONSECTORS, 2003-2010Figure 4 : GLOBAL MARKET FOR PROBES FOR IN VIVO DIAGNOSTICS, 2003-2010Figure 5 : MARKETS OF FLUORESCENT COMPOUNDS BY APPLICATION SECTORS, 2003-2010Figure 6 : MARKETS FOR RADIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS BY APPLICATION SECTORS, 2003-2010Figure 7 : MARKETS OF CHEMILUMINESCENT COMPOUNDS BY APPLICATION SECTORS,2003-2010Figure 8 : MARKETS FOR ENZYMES AND THEIR SUBSTRATES BY APPLICATION SECTORS,2003-2010Figure 9 : MARKETS FOR GENE PROBES BY APPLICATION SECTORS, 2003- 2010Latest Market Research Reports: Advanced Drug Delivery Systems: Technologies and Global Markets Global Market for Catalyst Regeneration Markets for Advanced Wound Care Technologies Wireless Sensors: Technologies and Global Markets Remote Sensing Technologies and Global Markets Portable Battery Powered Products: Global Markets Sample Preparation in Genomics, Proteomics, and Epigenomics: Global MarketsAbout Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 75,000 market research reports and in-depthmarket research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online andoffline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market researchreports.Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/marketsreportsOur Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/ReportsnReports/191441427571689Contact:Mr. Priyank7557 Rambler road,Suite 727, Dallas, TX 75231Tel: + 1 888 391 5441E-mail: sales@reportsandreports.comhttp://www.reportsnreports.comVisit Our Market Research Reports Blog