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Bioinformatics Market By Sector (Molecular Medicine, Agriculture, Research & Forensic), Segment (Sequencing Platforms, Knowledge Management Tools & Data Analysis Services) & Application (Genomics, Proteomics & Drug Design) - Global Forecasts to 2017

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Bioinformatics Market By Sector (Molecular Medicine, Agriculture, Research & Forensic), Segment (Sequencing Platforms, Knowledge Management Tools & Data Analysis Services) & Application (Genomics, Proteomics & Drug Design) – Global Forecasts to 2017

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Bioinformatics Market By Sector (Molecular Medicine, Agriculture, Research & Forensic), Segment (Sequencing Platforms, Knowledge Management Tools & Data Analysis Services) & Application (Genomics, Proteomics & Drug Design) – Global Forecasts to 2017

 

Bioinformatics is a scientific discipline that deals with the retrieval, storage, processing, analysis, and management of biological information through computational techniques. It uses mathematics, biology, and information technology to understand the biological importance of an extensive variety of data. Bioinformatics technologies are used in various pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors. It is majorly used in the medical sector, driven by the increasing use of bioinformatics for the drug discovery and development process.

 

The global bioinformatics market was valued at $2.9 billion in 2012 and is poised to reach $7.5 billion by 2017 at a CAGR of 20.9%. The growth of the bioinformatics market is driven by decrease in cost of DNA sequencing, increasing government initiatives and funding, and growing use of bioinformatics in drug discovery and biomarkers development processes. It is expected that the market will offer opportunities for bioinformatics solutions manufacturers with the introduction and adoption of upcoming technologies such as nanopore sequencing and cloud computing. However, factors such as dearth of skilled personnel to ensure proper use of bioinformatics tools and lack of integration of a wide variety of data generated through various bioinformatics platforms are hindering the growth of the market. Manufacturers of bioinformatics solutions will face further challenges with regard to industry consolidation and management of high volume data.

 

North America accounted for the largest market share of the bioinformatics market, followed by Europe, in 2012. However, Asian and Latin American countries represent emerging markets, owing to a rise in research outsourcing by pharmaceutical giants, increasing number of Contract Research Organizations (CROs), rise in public and private sector investment, and growing industry -academia partnerships. The major players in the bioinformatics market are Accelrys, Inc. (U.S.), Affymetrix, Inc. (U.S.), Life Technologies Corporation (U.S.), Illumina, Inc. (U.S.), and CLC bio. (Denmark).

 

Scope of the Report

 

This research report categorizes and analyzes the global bioinformatics market on the basis of sectors, product and services, and applications. These markets are further divided into segments and sub-segments, to provide exhaustive value market analysis for the years 2010, 2011, 2012, and forecast to 2017. Each market is comprehensively analyzed at a granular level by geography (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World) to provide in-depth information on the global scenario.

 

Global Bioinformatics Market, By Sector

 

Medical Biotechnology

Drug Development

Clinical Diagnostics

Molecular Medicine

Personalized Medicine

Preventive Medicine

Gene Therapy

Reproductive Biotechnology

Academics

Animal Biotechnology

Agriculture Biotechnology

Crop yield Improvement

Pests resistance

Improvement of plant resistance against abiotic stresses

Nutritional Quality Improvement

Others

Environmental Biotechnology

Waste Clean-Up

Alternative Energy Sources

Climate Change Studies

Forensic Biotechnology

Others

 

Global Bioinformatics Market, By Products & Services

 

Bioinformatics Knowledge Management Tools

Generalized Tools

Specialized Tools

Bioinformatics Platforms

Sequence Analysis Platforms

Sequence Alignment Platforms

Sequence Manipulation Platforms

Structural & Functional Analysis Platforms

Others

Bioinformatics Services

Sequencing Services

Database & Management

Data Analysis

Others

 

Global Bioinformatics Market, By Application

 

Genomics

Chemoinformatics & Drug Design

Proteomics

Transcriptomics

Metabolomics

Molecular phylogenetics

Others

 

Bioinformatics Market, By Geography

 

North America

Europe

Asia-Pacific

Rest of the World

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

1 INTRODUCTION 25

 

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS 25

1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 25

1.3 MARKETS COVERED 27

1.4 STAKEHOLDERS 29

1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 29

1.5.1 MARKET SIZE 29

1.5.2 KEY DATA POINTS FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 29

1.5.3 KEY DATA POINTS FROM PRIMARY SOURCES 30

1.5.4 ASSUMPTIONS 30

 

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 31

 

3 MARKET OVERVIEW 34

 

3.1 INTRODUCTION 35

3.2 EVOLUTION 37

3.3 MARKET SEGMENTATION 39

3.3.1 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY SECTORS 39

3.3.2 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY PRODUCT & SERVICES 40

3.3.3 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY APPLICATIONS 41

3.4 MARKET DYNAMICS 43

3.4.1 DRIVERS 44

3.4.1.1 Decreasing Cost of DNA Sequencing 44

3.4.1.2 Increasing Funding from Government and Private Organizations 44

3.4.1.3 Rise in Initiatives by Research Institutes 45

3.4.1.4 Growing Information Technology (IT) Support 45

3.4.1.5 Fostering Nucleotide Sequences Submissions in EMBL, GenBank and DDBJ 46

3.4.1.6 Technological Advancements 46

3.4.1.7 Growing Applications of Bioinformatics in the Drug Discovery and Development Process 47

3.4.1.8 Bioinformatics Support Biomarker Discovery to Develop Safer Drugs 47

3.4.1.9 Continuous Influx of New Market Players 48

3.4.1.10 Bioinformatics Support the Development of Clinical Diagnostics and Personalized Medicine 48

3.4.2 RESTRAINTS 49

3.4.2.1 Dearth of Common Data Format for Integration of Data 49

3.4.2.2 Shortage of Adequate Bioinformatics Professionals 49

3.4.2.3 Dearth of Well-Defined Standards 49

3.4.2.4 Lack of Interoperability Among Data Formats 50

3.4.2.5 Pitfalls in Bioinformatics Patent Applications 50

3.4.2.6 High Complexity of Data 51

3.4.2.7 Lack of Adequate User-Friendly Tools 51

3.4.3 OPPORTUNITIES 51

3.4.3.1 Nanopore Sequencing Technology 51

3.4.3.2 Cloud Technology 52

3.4.3.3 Emerging Markets (India, China and Brazil) 52

3.4.4 CHALLENGES 53

3.4.4.1 Management of High Volume Data 53

3.4.4.2 Industry Consolidation 53

3.5 MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS 54

3.5.1 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY SECTOR 54

3.5.2 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES 55

3.5.3 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 56

3.5.4 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 57

 

4 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY SECTORS 58

 

4.1 INTRODUCTION 59

4.1.1 PARTNERSHIPS AMONG BIOINFORMATICS COMPANIES ARE DRIVING THE MARKET 60

4.1.2 INCREASING R&D ON PERSONALIZED MEDICINE TO SPUR THE MARKET IN MEDICAL FIELD 61

4.1.3 LACK OF DATA-EXCHANGE FORMATS LIMITING MARKET GROWTH 63

4.2 MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 64

4.2.1 DRUG DEVELOPMENT 67

4.2.2 CLINICAL DIAGNOSTICS 68

4.2.3 MOLECULAR MEDICINE 70

4.2.3.1 Complete Sequencing of the Human Genome has Supported the Development of Molecular Medicine 71

4.2.3.2 Personalized Medicine 73

4.2.3.2.1 Influx of new players driving the application of bioinformatics in personalized medicine 74

4.2.3.3 Preventive Medicine 75

4.2.4 GENE THERAPY 76

4.2.4.1 Increasing Funding is Significantly Driving Growth 77

4.2.5 REPRODUCTIVE BIOTECHNOLOGY 78

4.3 ACADEMICS 80

4.3.1 BIOINFORMATICS HOLDS GREAT POTENTIAL IN ACADEMICS 80

4.4 ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 82

4.4.1 AVAILABILITY OF VARIOUS DATABASES PROPELLING GROWTH OF BIOINFORMATICS 82

4.5 AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 84

4.5.1 ONGOING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENTS ACTIVITIES TO FUEL GROWTH 84

4.5.2 CROP YIELD IMPROVEMENT 87

4.5.3 PEST RESISTANCE 89

4.5.4 IMPROVEMENT OF PLANT RESISTANCE AGAINST ABIOTIC STRESSES 90

4.5.4.1 Advent of Silico Genomics Technology has Facilitated the use of Bioinformatics 90

4.5.5 NUTRITIONAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT 92

4.5.5.1 Increasing Focus on Nutritional Genomics has Augmented the Application of Bioinformatics 92

4.5.6 OTHERS 94

4.6 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY 96

4.6.1 INVOLVEMENT OF RESEARCH INSTITUTES DRIVES THE MARKET 97

4.6.2 WASTE CLEAN-UP/BIOREMEDIATION 98

4.6.3 ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES 99

4.6.4 CLIMATE CHANGE STUDIES 101

4.7 FORENSIC BIOTECHNOLOGY 102

4.7.1 INCREASING USE OF DNA EVIDENCE IN COURT CASES FUELING GROWTH 102

4.8 OTHERS 104

 

5 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES 106

 

5.1 INTRODUCTION 107

5.1.1 INCREASING APPLICATIONS OF BIOINFORMATICS IN DRUG DISCOVERY PROCESS TO FUEL GROWTH 109

5.1.2 MARKET DRIVEN BY NEED FOR BIOINFORMATICS TOOLS IN GENOMICS & PROTEOMICS 109

5.2 BIOINFORMATICS CONTENT/KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS 111

5.2.1 GENERALIZED KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS 113

5.2.2 SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS 115

5.3 BIOINFORMATICS PLATFORMS 116

5.3.1 SEQUENCE ANALYSIS PLATFORMS 120

5.3.2 SEQUENCE ALIGNMENT PLATFORMS 121

5.3.3 SEQUENCE MANIPULATION PLATFORMS 122

5.3.4 STRUCTURAL & FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS PLATFORMS 124

5.3.5 OTHER PLATFORMS 125

5.4 BIOINFORMATICS SERVICES 127

5.4.1 SEQUENCING SERVICES 129

5.4.2 DATABASE AND MANAGEMENT 131

5.4.3 DATA ANALYSIS 132

5.4.4 OTHER SERVICES 134

 

6 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY APPLICATIONS 136

 

6.1 INTRODUCTION 137

6.1.1 ADVANCEMENTS IN GENOMICS AND PROTEOMICS PROPEL THE MARKET 139

6.1.2 LACK OF INTEGRATION OF DATA AND TOOLS FOR LARGE-SCALE COMPARATIVE GENOMICS IS RESTRAINING GROWTH 139

6.2 GENOMICS 140

6.2.1 INCREASE IN APPLICATIONS OF PHARMACOGENOMICS TO SPUR GENOMICS MARKET GROWTH 141

6.2.2 APPLICATION OF GENOMICS TECHNIQUES IN THE FIELD OF BIOCHEMICALS AND FOOD INGREDIENTS IS STILL IN ITS INFANCY 142

6.3 CHEMOINFORMATICS & DRUG DESIGN 143

6.3.1 CHEMOINFORMATICS POSSES HIGH POTENTIAL FOR DRUG DESIGN AND DISCOVERY 144

6.4 PROTEOMICS 145

6.4.1 PROTEOMICS HAS GREAT POTENTIAL FOR BIOMARKER DISCOVERY 145

6.5 TRANSCRIPTOMICS 147

6.5.1 DEVELOPMENT OF SHORT READ ALIGNMENT TOOLS IS FUELING GROWTH 148

6.6 METABOLOMICS 149

6.6.1 DEVELOPMENTS IN ANALYTICAL INSTRUMENTS OFFER ACCURATE PROFILING OF METABOLITES 149

6.7 MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS 152

6.7.1 INCREASE IN THE AMOUNT OF DATA AVAILABLE FOR MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICISTS CONTRIBUTING TO MARKET GROWTH 152

6.8 OTHERS 154

 

7 GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS 156

 

7.1 INTRODUCTION 157

7.2 NORTH AMERICA 158

7.3 EUROPE 169

7.4 ASIA-PACIFIC 179

7.5 ROW 190

 

8 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 201

 

8.1 INTRODUCTION 201

8.2 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 205

8.3 AGREEMENTS, PARTNERSHIPS, COLLABORATIONS &

JOINT VENTURES 208

8.4 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH 224

8.5 EXPANSION 243

8.6 OTHER DEVELOPMENTS 245

 

9 COMPANY PROFILES 247

 

9.1 ACCELRYS, INC. 247

9.2 ACTIVE MOTIF, INC. 258

9.3 AFFYMETRIX, INC. 262

9.4 AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC. 270

9.5 BIOMATTERS, LTD. 277

9.6 BIOMAX INFORMATICS AG 281

9.7 CLC BIO 286

9.8 OCIMUM BIOSOLUTIONS, LTD. 294

9.9 GENEVA BIOINFROMATICS (GENEBIO) SA 299

9.10 ID BUSINESS SOLUTIONS LTD. 304

9.11 ILLUMINA, INC. 312

9.12 INSTEM PLC 320

9.13 INTEGROMICS S.L. 327

9.14 KINEXUS BIOINFORMATICS CORPORATION 332

9.15 KNOME, INC. 336

9.16 LIFE TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION 341

9.17 NONLINEAR DYNAMICS LTD. 348

9.18 PARTEK, INCORPORATED 351

9.19 PERKINELMER, INC. 354

9.20 TEXTCO BIOSOFTWARE, INC. 361

 

 

 

LIST OF TABLES

 

TABLE 1 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY SECTOR,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 59

TABLE 2 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 62

TABLE 3 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY,

BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 64

TABLE 4 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 66

TABLE 5 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR DRUG DEVELOPMENT,

BY GEOGRAPHY,2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 67

TABLE 6 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR CLINICAL DIAGNOSTICS,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 69

TABLE 7 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE,

BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 72

TABLE 8 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 73

TABLE 9 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR PERSONALIZED MEDICINE,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 74

TABLE 10 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR PREVENTIVE MEDICINE,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 75

TABLE 11 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR GENE THERAPY, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 77

TABLE 12 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR REPRODUCTION BIOTECHNOLOGY,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 79

TABLE 13 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR ACADEMICS, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 81

TABLE 14 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 83

TABLE 15 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 85

TABLE 16 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 87

TABLE 17 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR CROP YIELD IMPROVEMENT,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 88

TABLE 18 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR PEST RESISTANCE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 89

TABLE 19 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR IMPROVEMENT OF PLANT RESISTANCE AGAINST ABIOTIC STRESSES, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 91

TABLE 20 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR NUTRITIONAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 93

TABLE 21 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR OTHER AGRICULTURAL APPLICATIONS, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 95

TABLE 22 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 96

TABLE 23 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 98

TABLE 24 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR WASTE CLEAN-UP, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 99

TABLE 25 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 100

TABLE 26 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR CLIMATE CHANGE STUDIES,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 101

TABLE 27 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR FORENSIC BIOTECHNOLOGY,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 103

TABLE 28 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR OTHER SECTORS, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 104

TABLE 29 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY PRODUCT & SERVICE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 107

TABLE 30 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS CONTENT/KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 111

TABLE 31 BIOINFORMATICS CONTENT/KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 113

TABLE 32 GENERALIZED KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS MARKET,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 114

TABLE 33 SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS MARKET,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 115

TABLE 34 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS PLATFORMS MARKET, BY PRODUCT,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 117

TABLE 35 BIOINFORMATICS PLATFORMS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 119

TABLE 36 SEQUENCE ANALYSIS PLATFORMS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 120

TABLE 37 SEQUENCE ALIGNMENT PLATFORMS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 121

TABLE 38 SEQUENCE MANIPULATION PLATFORMS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 123

TABLE 39 STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS PLATFORMS MARKET,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 124

TABLE 40 OTHER PLATFORMS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 126

TABLE 41 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS SERVICES MARKET, BY PRODUCT,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 127

TABLE 42 BIOINFORMATICS SERVICES MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 129

TABLE 43 SEQUENCING SERVICES MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 130

TABLE 44 DATABASE AND MANAGEMENT MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 131

TABLE 45 DATA ANALYSIS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 133

TABLE 46 OTHERS BIOINFORMATICS SERVICES MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 134

TABLE 47 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY APPLICATION,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 137

TABLE 48 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR GENOMICS, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 140

TABLE 49 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR CHEMOINFORMATICS & DRUG DESIGN, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 143

TABLE 50 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR PROTEOMICS, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 146

TABLE 51 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR TRANSCRIPTOMICS, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 147

TABLE 52 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR METABOLOMICS, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 150

TABLE 53 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 153

TABLE 54 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR OTHER APPLICATIONS,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 154

TABLE 55 NORTH AMERICA: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY SECTOR,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 159

TABLE 56 NORTH AMERICA: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 160

TABLE 57 NORTH AMERICA: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE, BY APPLICATIONS, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 161

TABLE 58 NORTH AMERICA: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 162

TABLE 59 NORTH AMERICA: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 163

TABLE 60 NORTH AMERICA: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY PRODUCT & SERVICE, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 164

TABLE 61 NORTH AMERICA: BIOINFORMATICS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 165

TABLE 62 NORTH AMERICA: BIOINFORMATICS PLATFORMS MARKET,

BY PRODUCT, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 166

TABLE 63 NORTH AMERICA: BIOINFORMATICS SERVICES MARKET,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 167

TABLE 64 NORTH AMERICA: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY APPLICATION,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 168

TABLE 65 EUROPE: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY SECTOR,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 169

TABLE 66 EUROPE: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 170

TABLE 67 EUROPE: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE,

BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 171

TABLE 68 EUROPE: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 172

TABLE 69 EUROPE: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 173

TABLE 70 EUROPE: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY PRODUCT & SERVICE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 174

TABLE 71 EUROPE: BIOINFORMATICS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 175

TABLE 72 EUROPE: BIOINFORMATICS PLATFORMS MARKET, BY PRODUCT,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 176

TABLE 73 EUROPE: BIOINFORMATICS SERVICES MARKET,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 177

TABLE 74 EUROPE: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY APPLICATION,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 178

TABLE 75 ASIA-PACIFIC: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY SECTOR,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 180

TABLE 76 ASIA-PACIFIC: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 181

TABLE 77 ASIA-PACIFIC: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 182

TABLE 78 ASIA-PACIFIC: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 183

TABLE 79 ASIA-PACIFIC: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 184

TABLE 80 ASIA-PACIFIC: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY PRODUCT & SERVICE, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 185

TABLE 81 ASIA-PACIFIC: BIOINFORMATICS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 186

TABLE 82 ASIA-PACIFIC: BIOINFORMATICS PLATFORMS MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 187

TABLE 83 ASIA-PACIFIC: BIOINFORMATICS SERVICES MARKET,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 188

TABLE 84 ASIA-PACIFIC: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY APPLICATION,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 189

TABLE 85 ROW: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY SECTOR, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 191

TABLE 86 ROW: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY,

BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 192

TABLE 87 ROW: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE,

BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 193

TABLE 88 ROW: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 194

TABLE 89 ROW: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 195

TABLE 90 ROW: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY PRODUCT & SERVICE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 196

TABLE 91 ROW: BIOINFORMATICS KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TOOLS MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 196

TABLE 92 ROW: BIOINFORMATICS PLATFORMS MARKET, BY PRODUCT,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 198

TABLE 93 ROW: BIOINFORMATICS SERVICES MARKET, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 199

TABLE 94 ROW: BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY APPLICATION,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 200

TABLE 95 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS, 2010 – 2013 205

TABLE 96 AGREEMENTS, PARTNERSHIPS, COLLABORATIONS, CONTRACTS AND JOINT VENTURES, 2010 – 2013 208

TABLE 97 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH, 2010 – 2013 224

TABLE 98 EXPANSION (JANUARY 2010MAY 2013) 243

TABLE 99 OTHER DEVELOPMENTS (JANUARY 2010MAY 2013) 245

TABLE 100 ACCELRYS, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 248

TABLE 101 ACCELRYS, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 248

TABLE 102 ACCELRYS, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 249

TABLE 103 AFFYMETRIX, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 263

TABLE 104 AFFYMETRIX, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 263

TABLE 105 AFFYMETRIX, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2011 – 2012 ($MILLION) 264

TABLE 106 AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE,2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 271

TABLE 107 AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,

2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 271

TABLE 108 AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 272

TABLE 109 ILLUMINA, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE,

2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 313

TABLE 110 ILLUMINA, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,

2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 313

TABLE 111 ILLUMINA, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 314

TABLE 112 INSTEM PLC: TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE,

2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 321

TABLE 113 INSTEM PLC: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT, 2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 322

TABLE 114 INSTEM PLC: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 322

TABLE 115 LIFE TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION: TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE, 2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 342

TABLE 116 LIFE TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT, 2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 342

TABLE 117 LIFE TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION: TOTAL REVENUE,

BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 343

TABLE 118 PERKINELMER, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE,

2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 355

TABLE 119 PERKINELMER, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,

2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 355

TABLE 120 PERKINELMER, INC.: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 356

 

LIST OF FIGURES

 

FIGURE 1 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 32

FIGURE 2 BIOINFORMATICS APPLICATION DATA FLOW CHART 35

FIGURE 3 EVOLUTION OF BIOINFORMATICS 37

FIGURE 4 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET - OVERALL SEGMENTATION 39

FIGURE 5 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET SEGMENTATION, BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES 40

FIGURE 6 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET SEGMENTATION, BY APPLICATIONS 41

FIGURE 7 MARKET DYNAMICS 43

FIGURE 8 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET SHARE, BY SECTOR, 2012 VS. 2017 54

FIGURE 9 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET SHARE, BY PRODUCTS & SERVICES, 2012 VS. 2017 55

FIGURE 10 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET SHARE, BY APPLICATIONS,

2012 VS. 2017 56

FIGURE 11 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2012 VS. 2017 ($MILLION) 57

FIGURE 12 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY SECTOR, 2012 – 2017 61

FIGURE 13 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY,

BY APPLICATION, 2012 – 2017 65

FIGURE 14 MARKET SEGMENTATION OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE 70

FIGURE 15 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET FOR AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY, BY APPLICATION, 2010 – 2017 86

FIGURE 16 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY PRODUCT & SERVICE,

2012 – 2017 108

FIGURE 17 BIOINFORMATICS PLATFORMS MARKET SHARE, BY PRODUCT,

2012 VS. 2017 118

FIGURE 18 GLOBAL BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY APPLICATION, 2012 – 2017 138

FIGURE 19 BIOINFORMATICS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012 – 2017 ($MILLION) 157

FIGURE 20 KEY GROWTH STRATEGIES, 2010 – 2013 201

FIGURE 21 KEY PLAYERS FOCUSING ON NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH, 2010 – 2013 203

FIGURE 22 KEY PLAYERS FOCUSING ON AGREEMENTS, PARTNERSHIPS, COLLABORATIONS & JOINT VENTURES, 2010 – 2013 204

 

 

 

To order this report:

Genomics Industry: Bioinformatics Market By Sector (Molecular Medicine, Agriculture, Research & Forensic), Segment (Sequencing Platforms, Knowledge Management Tools & Data Analysis Services) & Application (Genomics, Proteomics & Drug Design) – Global Forecasts to 2017

 

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