|[May 20, 2014]
Research and Markets: Global Bacterial Molecular Diagnostics: Market Developments, Growth Areas and Opportunities: 2014 Report
DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/43x8hg/bacterial)
has announced the addition of the "Global
Bacterial Molecular Diagnostics: Market Developments, Growth Areas and
Opportunities: 2014 Report" report to their offering.
Molecular methods offer many advantages in bacterial diagnostics, and
the last decade has seen increasing use of these techniques as they have
become available, alongside or as an alternative to, conventional
culture-based methods. Today however, other factors are also driving the
need for faster and more powerful bacterial diagnostic tests.
This study profiled 420 experienced clinicians and research scienists
and investigated current practices, developments, trends and future
plans over the next three years, as well as growth, shrinkage and
opportunities across key areas of this market. Its findings provide
suppliers with market information on the current and evolving use of
bacterial molecular diagnostics.
Market studies are designed to assist laboratory suppliers to profile
current and evolving market opportunities. All of our studies are
carried out through specialist groups of experienced researchers and
clinicians, and therefore findings are based on 'real world' market
data. By providing new insights and a better understanding of end-user
needs, our studies assist suppliers to sell into these markets, and
support innovation, development and strategic planning.
Growth in bacterial molecular diagnostics:
Based on recent trends in the numbers of bacterial molecular diagnostic
tests (i.e. number of assays) carried out in their laboratory, an
estimate of by how much (% increase or % decrease) their laboratory's
use of bacterial molecular diagnostics has changed (or not) over the
last three years.
Also, based on current trends in the numbers of bacterial molecular
diagnostic tests (i.e. number of assays) carried out in their
laboratory, as estimate of by how much (% increase or % decrease) they
anticipate their use of bacterial molecular diagnostics will change (or
not) over the next three years (2014 - 2017).
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