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Global Bioinformatics Market Outlook 2018

NEW YORK, Jan. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global Bioinformatics Market Outlook 2018
http://www.reportlinker.com/p01974625/Global-Bioinformatics-Market-Outlook-2018.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Genomics

Bioinformatics is at the forefront of biotechnology revolution. Over the past decade, the bioinformatics market has significantly evolved across the globe owing to increasing application of genomics in biotech and pharmaceutical research & development. Alongside, a rising demand in application areas such as Cheminformatics for drug discovery processes has created a huge commercial market for bioinformatics worldwide.

Bioinformatics' application has spread out from its traditional base in pharmaceutical sector for drug discovery development to areas such as agriculture and food. Moreover, the increasing application of genomics in biotech and pharmaceutical research & development has created a huge commercial market for bioinformatics worldwide.

In their latest research study, "Global Bioinformatics Market Outlook 2018", RNCOS' analysts identified that the global bioinformatics market reached the mark of around US$ 3.8 Billion in 2013 and it is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 19.3% during 2014-2018. Also, various trends and drivers have been discussed in the report which provides a requisite boost to the industry to grow in near future.

The report studies bioinformatics market broken down into 3 major groups viz. by segment, by region and by application. By segment, the bioinformatics market is divided into data analysis and software, tools and database services, and IT Infrastructure. The report provides a comprehensive analysis of each of these segments coupled with the information of the key software and databases popular in the industry. Also, the report analyzes the wide application of bioinformatics in genomics, proteomics, Transcriptomics, Cheminformatics and Molecular Phylogenetics covering size of the bioinformatics market for each of these application areas till 2018.

Further, regional analysis comprises a current market study and future outlook of bioinformatics market in three major regions viz. Europe, Asia-pacific and North America. Additionally, through country level analysis, the report portrays bioinformatics market in major countries like US, Canada, UK, Germany, South Korea, Japan, India etc., to understand their individual market growth and future directions.

With a view to providing a balanced outlook of the global bioinformatics market to clients, our report also includes the profiles of key industry players, like Accelrys, Affymetrix, Geneva Bioinformatics, among others. Overall, the report aims at providing an in-depth knowledge about the global bioinformatics market to clients and investors.
1. Analyst View
2. Research Methodology
3. Key Industry Trends and Drivers
3.1 Bioinformatics Market to Boom on Back of Better Techniques
3.2 Mobile Technology to be the Next Step in LIMS
3.3 Growing Reliance of Pharmaceutical Companies on Bioinformatics
3.4 Rising Merger and Acquisitions to Augment Innovation
3.5 Cloud Computing Gaining Momentum in Future

4. Bioinformatics Market Outlook to 2018
4.1 By Segment
4.1.1 Data Analysis and Software
4.1.1.1 Molecular Dynamics Software
4.1.1.2 Molecular Modeling Software
4.1.1.3 Open Source Bioinformatics Software
4.1.1.4 Data Analysis
4.1.2 Tools and Database Services
4.1.2.1 Generalized Databases
4.1.2.2 Specialized Databases
4.1.3 IT Infrastructure
4.1.3.1 By Segment
4.2 By Region
4.3 By Application
4.3.1 Genomics
4.3.2 Proteomics
4.3.3 Cheminformatics
4.3.4 Transcriptomics
4.3.5 Metabolomics
4.3.6 Molecular Phylogenetics

5. Country Level Analysis
5.1 US
5.2 Canada
5.3 UK
5.4 Germany
5.5 Japan
5.6 India
5.7 China
5.8 South Korea
5.9 Taiwan
5.10 Singapore
5.11 Australia
5.12 Israel
6. Commercialized Products and Services
7. Key Players
7.1 Agilent Technologies, Inc.
7.1.1 Overview
7.1.2 Financials
7.1.3 Key Strategic Initiatives
7.2 Life Technologies Corporation

7.2.1 Overview
7.2.2 Financials
7.2.3 Key Strategic Initiatives
7.3 Affymetrix, Inc.
7.3.1 Overview
7.3.2 Financials
7.3.3 Key Strategic Initiatives
7.4 Accelrys, Inc.
7.4.1 Overview
7.4.2 Financials
7.4.3 Key Strategic Initiatives
7.5 ID Business Solutions Ltd
7.5.1 Overview
7.5.2 Financials
7.5.3 Key Strategic Initiatives
7.6 NonLinear Dynamics Ltd.
7.6.1 Overview
7.6.2 Financials
7.6.3 Key Strategic Initiatives
7.7 CLC Bio A/S
7.7.1 Overview

7.7.2 Financials
7.7.3 Key Strategic Initiatives
7.8 Genologics Life Sciences Software, Inc
7.8.1 Overview
7.8.2 Financials
7.8.3 Key Strategic Initiatives
7.9 Geneva Bioinformatics (Genebio) SA
7.9.1 Overview
7.9.2 Financials
7.9.3 Key Strategic Initiatives
7.10 Biodiscovery, Inc.
7.10.1 Overview
7.10.2 Financials
7.10.3 Key Strategic Initiatives
7.11 Kinexus Bioinformatics Corporation
7.11.1 Overview
7.11.2 Financials
7.11.3 Key Strategic Initiatives

List of Figures

Figure 4-1: Global - Cost of Genome Sequencing (US$), 2001 to 2013
Figure 4-2: Global - Bioinformatics Market (Billion US$), 2012-2018
Figure 4-3: Global - Bioinformatics Market by Segment (%), 2013
Figure 4-4: Global - Forecast for Bioinformatics Market by Segment (%), 2018
Figure 4-5: Key Molecular Dynamics Software
Figure 4-6: Key Molecular Modeling Software
Figure 4-7: Global - Data Analysis and Software Market (Billion US$), 2012-2018
Figure 4-8: Global - Tools and Database Services Market (Billion US$), 2012-2018
Figure 4-9: Global - Bioinformatics IT Infrastructure Market (Million US$), 2012-2018
Figure 4-10: Global - Bioinformatics IT Infrastructure Market by Segment (%), 2013
Figure 4-11: Global - Bioinformatics Market by Region (%), 2013
Figure 4-12: Global - Forecast for Bioinformatics Market by Region (%), 2018
Figure 4-13: Global - Bioinformatics Market by Application (%), 2013
Figure 4-14: Global - Bioinformatics Market in Genomics (Billion US$), 2012-2018
Figure 4-15: Global - Bioinformatics Market in Proteomics (Billion US$), 2012-2018
Figure 4-16: Global - Bioinformatics Market in Cheminformatics (Billion US$), 2012-2018
Figure 4-17: Global - Bioinformatics Market in Transcriptomics (Billion US$), 2012-2018
Figure 4-18: Global - Bioinformatics Market in Metabolomics (Billion US$), 2012-2018
Figure 4-19: Global - Bioinformatics Market in Molecular Phylogenetics (Billion US$), 2012-2018
Figure 5-1: US - Bioinformatics Market (Billion US$), 2012-2018
Figure 5-2: UK - Bioinformatics Market (Million US$), 2012-2018
Figure 5-3: India - Bioinformatics Market (Billion INR), 2011-12 to 2017-18
Figure 5-4: South Korea - Bioinformatics Market (Million US$), 2012-2018

List of Tables

Table 4-1: Growth in Key Bioinformatics Databases (Dec 2011 to Dec 2013)
Table 4-2: Types of Generalized Databases
Table 4-3: Types of Specialized Databases
Table 4-4: Top Countries for High Content Analysis Database Research
Table 4-5: Top Countries for Bioinformatics Research
Table 4-6: Key Genome Interpretation Databases and Resources
Table 4-7: Available Data Sources and Gene Prioritization Tools
Table 4-8: Single Nucleotide Variants Interpretation Tools
Table 4-9: Top Countries for Applied Genomics Research
Table 4-10: Mass Spectrometry E-Programs
Table 4-11: 2-DE E-Databases
Table 4-12: Top Countries for Proteomics Research
Table 4-13: Key Cheminformatics Databases
Table 4-14: Top Countries for Discovery Chemistry Research
Table 4-15: Key Transcriptomics Databases
Table 4-16: Top Countries for Transcriptome Research
Table 4-17: Key Metabolomics Research Databases
Table 4-18: Top Countries for Molecular Diagnostics Research
Table 4-19: Key Molecular Phylogenetics Research Databases and Tools
Table 4-20: Top Countries for Human Genetics Research
Table 6-1: Commercialized Bioinformatics Products
Table 6-2: Commercialized Bioinformatics Services
Table 7-1: Agilent Technologies Inc. - Key Financials (Million US$), FY 2011-FY 2013
Table 7-2: Life Technologies Corporation - Key Financials (Million US$), FY 2010-FY 2012
Table 7-3: Affymetrix, Inc. - Key Financials (Million US$), FY 2010-FY 2012
Table 7-4: Accelrys, Inc. - Key Financials (Million US$), FY 2010-FY 2012
Table 7-5: ID Business Solutions Ltd - Key Financials (Million GBP), FY 2010-FY 2012
Table 7-6: NonLinear Dynamics Ltd - Key Financials (Million GBP), FY 2010-FY 2012

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