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LIFE SCIENCES


“Life sciences” is a common name of a raft of sciences dealing with living organisms and various types of life processes. Our top-quality reports enable in-depth analysis from a variety of well-informed viewpoints, such as coverage of national and international markets.

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Teleradiology is the technique that enables to obtain images in one location, transmit them over a distance, and view them remotely for diagnostic or consultative purposes using electronic transmission devices. Teleradiology allows more timely interpretation of radiologic images in case of emergency, shortage or unavailability of the radiologist. Users at different locations can view images simultaneously. Teleradiology allows radiologic consultation without on-site radiologic support. Teleradio

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TB is an infectious bacterial disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It is communicable and can be transmitted from one person to another. TB is one of the world’s deadliest communicable diseases. In 2013, there were 9 million new TB cases and 1.5 million TB deaths, out of which 1.1 million among HIV-negative people and 0.4 million among HIV-positive people. The tuberculosis diagnostics kit has undergone tremendous technological advancement to give better accuracy, quick results, and av

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Psoriasis is an autoimmune skin disease that causes scaling, skin redness and irritation. Psoriasis causes red, scaly patches that are generally found on the elbows, fingernails, scalp, palms, knees, face, feet and inside the mouth. Factors that can trigger psoriasis include infections, heavy alcohol consumption, cold weather, certain medications, smoking, stress and injury to the skin such as bug bite, cut and sever sunburn. The signs and symptoms of psoriasis vary from person to person which i

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Syphilis is one of the vital sexually transmitted infections (STIs) caused by the bacteria named, Treponema pallidum, and can lead to long-term complications, if not diagnosed adequately. The latest trend gaining momentum in the market is increase in premarital screening. Premarital screening is a health assessment test for soon-to-be married couples who are tested for infectious diseases, possibility of genetic diseases, and transmissible diseases. One of the major drivers for this market i

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Swine health is associated with the diseases caused due to pigs and the development of therapeutics to prevent the related ailments and disorders. Pig breeding can lead to many diseases such as reproductive disease and congenital malformations. Hence, governmental organizations are launching programs to protect and enhance the health of swine, which reduces the effect of swine diseases on humans. The increasing demand for livestock products on a global level will drive the growth prospects for

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Substance abuse has become a major cause of concern. People are increasingly getting addicted to a variety of drugs, affecting their health and their family life to a large extent. With prolonged drug and alcohol abuse, the prevalence of mental illness and various chronic diseases, such as diabetes and cardiovascular disorders, have increased substantially among consumers, creating a high economic burden on the nation.  The rise in government initiatives for improved awareness is identified as

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Sterility testing discovers application for use on cell banks, raw materials, and final medication offerings. Besides, it is additionally utilized for testing different preparations, articles, and substances which require to be made sterile according to the laws by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) and European Pharmacopeia (EP). All natural parenteral preparations made for human usage, experience sterility testing to reveal the nonappearance or nearness of superfluous suitable microorganisms

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Umbilical cord blood (UCB) stem cells have gained much significance in medical science owing to their ability to transform into any type of human cells. UCB refers to the blood that remains in the attached umbilical cord and placenta after childbirth. Stem cells that UCB contains are considered unique in their applicability in treating several life-threatening diseases. UCB stem cells are also used to treat genetic and hematopoietic disorders. Increase in the prevalence rate of chronic diseases

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Osteoarthritis is one of the chronic conditions for joints which results in the breakdown and eventual loss of the cartilage of one or more joints. This can affect joints including hips, lower back, neck, small joints of the fingers, and the base of the thumb and big toe. The expected growth is because of increasing awareness of osteoarthritis and increasing diagnosis rates, rising older population, and increasing cases of obesity. Osteoarthritis is directly related to obesity, with approximate

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Multiple sclerosis is a nervous system disease, triggered by unidentified environmental factors that adversely affects the brain and spinal cord. It damages the myelin sheath that surrounds and protects the nerve cells. Some of the symptoms of the disease includes weakness, numbness, blurred vision, and tingling. The introduction of mesenchymal stem cells therapy is one of the most promising investigational approach to treat multiple sclerosis, the global multiple sclerosis market will witness

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Diabetes is the metabolic disorder that is associated with the glucose level in the blood. It is mainly divided into two types, insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus or juvenile onset (type 1) and non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, or adult-onset diabetes (type 2). NSI-566 is the stem cell therapy candidate under development by one of the key companies Neuralstem. The molecule is being developed for the treatment of individuals with diabetic neuropathy and is currently in the pre-clinical d

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Sports medicine pertains to the treatment and prevention of injuries resulting from sports and athletic activities. Sports injuries involve both bone and soft tissue injuries. The sports medicine market includes devices that are used for the prevention of sports injuries as well as for the cure, recovery, and rehabilitation of such injuries.  One of the primary drivers for this market is the growing demand for minimally invasive (MI) surgeries. These are the most preferred procedures as they u

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Immunoprotein is an immunologically active protein, which provides immunity against pathogenic organisms or substances. These proteins form the integrated body system of tissues, organs, cells, or cell products that neutralize antigens. They enable the diagnosis of various diseases, such as cardiovascular, oncology, infectious diseases, and others, as they display an abnormal increase in their concentration when in a diseased state. The increasing use of immunochromatography-based cassette kits

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The immune system protects the body from harmful things such as a virus, germs, and diseases like cancer. It is a network of cells, molecules: and organs present throughout the body. The immune system attacks the foreign substance that is found in the body. The body identifies and destroys the abnormal cells including cancerous cells. The inherent self-defense system comprises cells, which help the body in the identification of foreign molecules. Different pathways regulate various immune cells

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Immunohematology assists in the screening of blood antigens, Rh factor, plasma, and white blood cell components in the donor blood. It is commonly known as blood banking, which deals with preparation of blood components for transfusion. It aids in reduction of transfusion-related fatalities, such as HIV and thalassemia. Rising awareness among people in developed as well as developing countries is expected to drive the global immunohematology market in the near future. Increasing health care e

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The global immunodiagnostics market is in the moderate growth stage. The integration of mature clinical chemistry analyzers and restricted specificity and sensitivity of immunoassays have generated demand for integrated immunochemistry analyzers. The increasing volume of tests conducted due to rise in laboratory consolidation has driven the trend of automated analyzers globally. The increasing adoption of point-of-care testing (POCT) is expected to drive the growth prospects for the global imm

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Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis is a condition in which the tissues in the lungs become thick and stiff over time. As a result of thickening of lung tissues, brain and other organs are unable receive optimum oxygen. An increase in the incidence and prevalence of fibrotic diseases is the primary driver for the growth of this market. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis most commonly affects middle-aged to older adults and is characterized by the scarring of lung tissues. In older people, these scars tend

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HCM is the enlargement of the heart muscle (myocardium), which disrupts the functions of the heart. HCM is mostly caused due to gene mutation and is a significant cause of sudden cardiac death in any age group. Hypertrophy is defined as an enlargement of a tissue or organ, and cardiomyopathy refers to diseases related to heart muscles. Therefore, HCM is defined as a condition, which is characterized by abnormal thickening of heart muscles, which makes pumping of blood from the heart to various o

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Hypercalcemia is a condition caused by above normal levels of calcium in the body, with serum calcium level greater than 2.6 mmol/L. It is a life threatening metabolic disorder associated with neoplastic diseases and occurs in 10% to 20% of all adults suffering from cancer; particularly lung and breast cancer, and myeloma. The increasing instances of surgical procedures, such as hip and knee replacements, will increase the risk of hypercalcemia and drive the growth prospects for the global hype

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Hodgkin's Lymphoma (HL) is defined as the cancer of the lymph tissue, which is part of our immune system. The exact etiology of HL is unknown. However, the risk of developing the condition is increased if a person suffers from a medical condition that weakens the immune system. In HL, cells in the lymphatic system grow unusually and may spread beyond the lymphatic system. The infection-fighting properties of the lymphocytes are lost, making the person more susceptible to infection. The main trea

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Human leukocyte antigen (HLA) typing is used to match patients and donors for bone marrow or cord blood transplants. HLA are proteins -- or markers -- found on most cells in your body. Your immune system uses these markers to recognize which cells belong in your body and which do not. Technological advancements in organ transplantation are one of the primary drivers for market growth. New and improved transplantation products such as tissue-based products like organ preservation solution for pa

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High-content screening (HCS) technology involves imaging-based multi-parametric analysis at the single-cell level. This technology was initially developed to complement biological high throughput screening in drug discovery. HCS analyses phenotypic changes in cellular samples.   Owing to enhanced toxicity studies, demand for novel technologies in cell analysis is increasing rapidly across the globe. Instruments with enhanced cell imaging and analysis are preferred for early as well as later st

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Hepatitis B diagnostic tests include HBV serologic tests, molecular deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) tests, histology tests, and laboratory tests. HBV serologic tests involve the measurement of antigens and antibodies. Hepatitis C diagnostic tests include anti-HCV serologic test, HCV recombinant immunoblot assay (RIBA) antibody test, and HCV molecular ribonucleic acid (RNA) testing. Anti-HCV is the serologic test used for screening. The increasing demand for molecular diagnostic of HBV (hepatitis B

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Hemophilia is an ideal genetic disorder and the drawbacks with the majority of the standard protein substitution therapy drugs resulted in the shift in interest towards the development of alternative treatments by gene therapy.  Though the risk of developing antibodies to the viral vectors that are used to deliver the genetic material to the cells poses as a major drawback to gene therapy, the rising commercial importance of the gene therapy approach for the treatment of hemophilia resulted in

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Hemoglobin is a protein found in the red blood cells (RBCs) that carries out oxygen transportation throughout the body. Hemoglobin tests are carried out to measure the amount of hemoglobin present in the blood. These tests are usually performed during complete blood count as a routine health checkup or to determine the presence of any disease, which could occur due to low count of RBCs. Patients commonly undergo hemoglobin test due to reasons such as fatigue, poor health, or unexplained weight l

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