|Innovations in Molecular Diagnostics|
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Innovations in Molecular Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases
This report examines the opportunities presented to the developers of molecular diagnostics by the emergence of novel/variant pathogens and ways in which new molecular testing technologies are being translated into superior diagnostic products in areas such as healthcare-associated infections; HPV infections, blood-borne viral infections and respiratory viral infections.
The latest molecular diagnostics to enter development are multiplex tests which can identify several pathogens or variants of these pathogens present in small-volume samples. Low- and medium-density bead-based microarrays are being developed and are expected to play an increasingly important role in multiplex pathogen detection and genotyping.
It is likely that future diagnostic tests will target many more pathogens than is currently the case. Promising approaches include miniaturized microfluidic systems, in particular continuous-flow droplet-based PCR systems, and mass spectrometry-based detection methods which use direct specimen testing and virtually no reagents.
Growth forecasts are derived for key MDx market segments for the period 2010-2015: the HPV testing market is forecast to grow with a 5-year CAGR of 20%, the hospital-associated infection (HAI) testing market is forecast to grow with a 5-year CAGR of 19%. and the virology (HIV/HCV/HBV) testing market is forecast to grow with a 5-year CAGR of 8%.
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