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SOURCE Research and Markets
DUBLIN, July 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Point of Care Testing 2014: Applications for Microfluidic Technologies" report to their offering.
POC testing based on microfluidic technology is expected to grow sharply, from $1.6B in 2013 to $5.6B in 2019, at a CAGR 2014 - 2019 of 23%. Major diagnostics companies (Alere, Abbott Point of Care, BD Diagnostics, Cepheid, Abaxis, etc.) have realized the potential of rapid molecular diagnostic testing.
Indeed, several successful Point of Care products based on microfluidic technology have been launched in the past few years. Access to microfluidic technologies for diagnostic companies often passes through acquisitions, as this reduces the technology development risk and increases reactivity. The most recent acquisition was that of IQuum by Roche for $275M in April 2014.
Based on a complete analysis of the last three years' developments, we have been able to draw effective conclusions. Despite slower than expected growth in 2012, we explain why strong future growth is still likely.
POC 2014 report describes the following applications:
Each of these are explained using market data, trends and drivers, key players and technologies used.
Also, growth perspectives and a value chain analysis are detailed for each application, and examples of innovative products are provided.
Moreover, this new report provides an overview of nearly 65 new technologies (commercialized or close to market), with information regarding commercial status, targeted application, technology description, sample volume, sensitivity level and target price
Key Topics Covered:
The market for Point of Care diagnostics
What's happened since 2011?
Point of Care technologies
Success stories analysis
Supply and value chain
Summary and conclusions
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/x2l8qm/point_of_care
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