Research and Markets: Future UK Infectious Disease Testing Market: Growth Opportunities and Business Expansion Strategies

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/73fc0e/future_uk_infectio) has announced the addition of the "Future UK Infectious Disease Testing Market: Growth Opportunities and Business Expansion Strategies" report to their offering.

This report presents a comprehensive analysis of the UK infectious disease testing market, including:

  • Major issues pertaining to the UK laboratory practice, as well as key economic, regulatory, demographic, social and technological trends with significant market impact during the next ten years.
  • Current scientific views on the definition, epidemiology, and etiology of major infectious diseases and microorganisms.
  • Ten-year test volume and sales forecasts for nearly 80 infectious disease testing performed in UK hospitals, blood banks, public health and commercial laboratories.
  • Instrumentation technologies and feature comparison of leading analyzers.
  • Sales and market shares of leading suppliers.
  • Emerging diagnostic technologies and their potential market applications.
  • Product development opportunities.
  • Profiles of current and emerging suppliers, including their sales, market shares, product portfolios, marketing tactics, technological know-how, new products in R&D, collaborative arrangements and business strategies.
  • Business opportunities and strategic recommendations for suppliers.

The report contains 978 pages and 159 tables.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/73fc0e/future_uk_infectio



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KEYWORDS:   United Kingdom  Europe

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Health  Hospitals  Infectious Diseases  Pharmaceutical  Medical Supplies

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