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Stem Cells Market Trends 2010: Drug Discovery/Toxicity Screening and Regenerative Medicine
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Published: April 2010
Pages: 52

This market trends report from Select Biosciences presents the results from our latest industry tracking completed in March 2010. The data presented herein are based on primary market surveys from a worldwide respondent pool of industry participants active in the stem cells field. This bottom-up analysis highlights market trends operative and enables the identification of trends vis-a-vis the research marketplace, utilization of different classes of stem cells, as well as the penetrance of different research product vendors into specific segments of the stem cells marketplace.

This market report is built using data and analyses from Select Biosciences continual industry tracking of this marketplace and our analysis of this space provides up-to-date qualitative and quantitative market metrics. Primary Market Data Provide a Comprehensive and Bottom-Up Picture of the marketplace for the utilization of stem cells for drug discovery/toxicity screening efforts as well as research for regenerative medicine applications.

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