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The 2011 Clinical Chemistry Market: US, Europe, Japan

  • ID: 1246809
  • June 2010
  • Region: Europe, Japan, United States
  • 520 Pages
  • Venture Planning Group (VPG)

During the next decade, the clinical chemistry market will undergo significant transformation. The changes will be caused by convergence of new and more stringent regulations; advances in diagnostic technologies, system engineering, automation, and IT; and intensifying competition. Some segments like routine chemistry will start resembling commodity markets, where product positioning and cost per test are more critical than underlying technology. This evolving marketplace will create exciting opportunities for a variety of new instruments, reagent systems, and auxiliary products, such as specimen preparation devices, controls, calibrators and others."The Clinical Chemistry Market: US, Europe, Japan" is a unique worldwide market and technology assessment designed to help current suppliers and potential market entrants identify and evaluate emerging opportunities and developed effective strategic responses. The study explores the future trends in the U.S., five major European countries, and Japan; provides estimates of the test and sales volumes, as well as major suppliers sales and market shares; compares features of leading analyzers; and profiles key competitors.

Contains 520 pages and 195 tables

Introduction

Worldwide Market and Technology Overview
A. Major Clinical Chemistry Tests
1. Albumin
2. Alkaline Phosphatase
3. ALT/SGPT
4. Ammonia
5. Amylase
6. AST/SGOT
7. Bilirubin
8. Blood Gases
9. Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
10. Calcium
11. Cholesterol
12. Cholinesterase
13. Creatinine
14. Electrolytes
a. Carbon Dioxide/Bicarbonate
b. Chloride
c. Potassium
d. Sodium
15. Fructosamine
16. Gamma-Glutamyl Transpeptidase (GGT)
17. Glucose
18. High Density Lipoprotein (HDL)
19. Iron
20. Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH)
21. Magnesium
22. Phosphorus
23. Protein
24. Triglycerides
25. Uric Acid
26. Troponin
B. Instrumentation Review
- Abaxis Piccolo
- Abaxis Piccolo Xpress
- Abbott AxSYM
- Abbott Architect c4000
- Abbott Architect i2000 Series
- Abbott Architect ci8200 System
- Abbott i-STAT
- Alfa Wassermann ACE Alera
- AMS Liasys
- Awareness Technologies ChemWell
- Awareness Technology STAT FAX 4500
- Beckman Coulter Unicel Series
- Beckman Coulter Access
- Binding Site ESP600
- bioMerieux Mini Vidas
- Carolina Chemistries BioLis 24i
- DiaSorin Liaison
- Grifols Triturus
- Horiba ABX Pentra 400
- Inverness DS2
- J&J DT System
- J&J Vitros ECi/ECiO
- J&J Vitros 3600
- J&J Vitros 5600
- Medica EasyRA
- Nova Biomedical Critical Care Xpress
- Olympus AU480
- Olympus AU5400
- Olympus AU53000i
- Olympus AU2700
- Polymedco Poly-Chem
- Polymedco Spotchem EZ
- Randox RX Daytona
- Randox RX Imola
- Roche Modular Analytics
- Roche Cobas Integra 400
- Roche Cobas Integra 400 Plus
- Roche Elecsys
- Roche Cobas c311
- Roche Cardiac 200
- Siemens ADVIA Centaur
- Siemens Dimension
- Siemens Dimension RxL Max
- Siemens Dimension Vista 500
- Siemens Immulite
- Siemens Stratus
- Tosoh AIA-Series
- Vital Diagnostics ATAC 8000
- Vital Diagnostics Envoy 500
C. Major In Vitro Diagnostic Technologies
And Their Potential Applications
1. Monoclonal and Polyclonal Antibodies
2. Immunoassays
a. Technological Principle
b. Radioimmunoassays (RIA)
c. Enzyme Immunoassays (EIA)
- Overview
- ELISA
- EMIT
- Immunofiltration
- Dot Immunobinding Assays
- Capillary Immunoassays
- Particle-Membrane Capture Immunoassays
- Enzyme Amplification
- CEDIA
- Electrochemical Immunoassays
d. Fluorescent Immunoassays
- Fluorescence Polarization
- Time-Resolved Pulse Fluorescence
e. Luminescence
- Chemiluminescence
° Bioluminescence
f. Latex Agglutination
g. Immunoprecipitation
h. Affinity Chromatography Immunoassays
i. Liposome Flow-Injection Immunoassays
3. IT and Automation
4. Dry Chemistry
5. Biosensors
6. Robotics
7. Chemometrics
8. Molecular Diagnostics
a. Sample Preparation
b. Hybridization
c. Separation
d. Detection/Measurement
Test Formats
a. Filter Hybridization
b. Southern Blot
c. Northern Blot
d. In Situ Hybridization
e. Others
Labeling Techniques
Amplification Methods
-- Polymerase Chain Reaction
- Temperature Cyclers
- PCR Variations
-- Immuno-PCR
-- QC-PCR.
-- DAP-PCR
-- Strand Displacement Activation
-- TMA
-- Ligase Chain Reaction
-- Branched DNA
- Hybridization Protection Assay
-- Nucleic-Acid Sequence-Based Amplification
-- Self-Sustained Sequence Replicase
-- Others
- Ampliprobe
- CAR
- CAS
- CPT
- Dendritic Polymer Technology
- ISO-CR
- LAT
- Probe Networks
- RAMP
- Repair Chain Reaction
- Rolling Circles
- Sequence Independent Gene Amplification
- Sequence Initiation Reaction
- SISPA
- Solid Phase Amplification
Detection Technologies
a. Radioactive Methods
-- Overview
-- Major Isotopes
- P-32
- S-35
- H-3
- I-125
b. Non-Isotopic Methods
-- Enzymatic Labels
-- Chemical Labeling
- Indirect Chemical Labeling
- Direct Chemical Labeling
-- Fluorescence
-- Chemiluminescence
-- Electrical Conductivity
Instrumentation Review
a. Abbott LCx
b. Beckman Coulter/Biomek FK
c. Becton Dickinson SDA
d. Bio-Rad GeneScope
e. Gen-Probe Tigris
f. Roche Cobas Amplicor
g. Tecan LS Series
Biochips: Genosensors, Microarrays, and
Labs-on-the-chip
- Liquid Transportation and Mixing
- Separation
- Reaction
- Detection

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