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New Stem Cells Market Report Released

Published: Friday, May 19, 2006
Last Updated: Friday, May 19, 2006
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A new industry report from Select Biosciences provides an up-to-date overview and analysis of technology, business, regulatory trends and key company profiles.

The Stem Cells space is one of the hottest Areas in Biotechnology, yet it's an Uncharted Terrain, with Significant Opportunity. This new industry report from Select Biosciences provides an up-to-date overview and analysis of technology, business, regulatory trends and key company profiles. 

In this report, Select Biosciences presents an analysis of the stem cell landscape as it is maturing and evolving. A thorough overview of the biology of stem cells is provided, together with analyses of the funding trends, intellectual property, market opportunity, emerging areas of application, therapeutic pipeline and key centers for stem cell research worldwide.

Furthermore, in this report qualitative and quantitative market analysis of the stem cells space is presented. Also presented is the potential market opportunity, and the various qualitative and quantitative drivers that are contributing to the growth of this marketplace.

Key Highlights of this report:

• Funding Trends in the US and Worldwide
• Therapeutic Areas where Stem Cells are expected to have an impact, together with the clinical pipeline of therapeutic entities
• Qualitative and quantitative market analyses
• Segmentation of the Stem Cells marketplace
• Qualitative market drivers
• Quantitative market analysis
• Intellectual Property (IP) landscape
• Emerging market segments


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