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Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market Outlook to 2018- Clinical Chemistry Genetic Testing, Haematology, Histology and Cytology, Immuno Chemistry, Infectious Immunology and Microbiology Culture

NEW YORK, Jan. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market Outlook to 2018- Clinical Chemistry Genetic Testing, Haematology, Histology and Cytology, Immuno Chemistry, Infectious Immunology and Microbiology Culture

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Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market Outlook to 2018- Clinical Chemistry Genetic Testing, Haematology, Histology and Cytology, Immuno Chemistry, Infectious Immunology and Microbiology Culture

Summary

GlobalData's new report, "Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market Outlook to 2018- Clinical Chemistry Genetic Testing, Haematology, Histology and Cytology, Immuno Chemistry, Infectious Immunology and Microbiology Culture" provides key market data on the Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics market – Australia, China, India and Japan. The report provides value (USD million) data for all the market categories – Clinical Chemistry, Genetic Testing, Haematology, Histology And Cytology, Immuno Chemistry, Infectious Immunology and Microbiology Culture. The report also provides company shares and distribution shares data for each of the aforementioned market categories. The report is supplemented with global corporate-level profiles of the key market participants.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

- Countries covered include Australia, China, India and Japan.

- Market size and company share data for In Vitro Diagnostics market categories – Clinical Chemistry, Genetic Testing, Haematology, Histology And Cytology, Immuno Chemistry, Infectious Immunology and Microbiology Culture.

- Annualized market revenues (USD million) data for each of the market categories in each of the country. Data from 2004 to 2011, forecast forward for 7 years to 2018.

- 2011 company shares and distribution shares data for each of the market categories and countries.

- Global corporate-level profiles of key companies operating within the Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics market..

- Key players covered include F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd., Siemens Healthcare, Abbott Laboratories, Sysmex Corporation, Beckman Coulter, Inc., Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics Inc. and others.

Reasons to buy

- Develop business strategies by identifying the key market categories and segments poised for strong growth.

- Develop market-entry and market expansion strategies.

- Design competition strategies by identifying who-stands-where in the Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics competitive landscape.

- Develop capital investment strategies by identifying the key market segments expected to register strong growth in the near future.

- What are the key distribution channels and what's the most preferred mode of product distribution – Identify, understand and capitalize.

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 2

1.1 List of Tables 6

1.2 List of Figures 11

2 Introduction 13

2.1 What is This Report About? 13

3 In Vitro Diagnostics in Asia-Pacific 14

3.1 In Vitro Diagnostics Cross Country Comparison, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 14

3.2 In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 15

3.3 In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Company share (2010-2011) 23

4 In Vitro Diagnostics In Japan 25

4.1 In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 25

4.2 In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Distribution Share (2010-2011) 31

4.3 In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Company Share (2010-2011) 35

5 In Vitro Diagnostics In Australia 51

5.1 In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 51

5.2 In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Distribution Share (2010-2011) 57

5.3 In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Company Share (2010-2011) 61

6 In Vitro Diagnostics In India 77

6.1 In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 77

6.2 In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Distribution Share (2010-2011) 83

6.3 In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Company Share (2010-2011) 87

7 In Vitro Diagnostics In China 103

7.1 In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 103

7.2 In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Distribution Share (2010-2011) 109

7.3 In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Company Share (2010-2011) 113

8 Overview of Key Companies in Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics 129

8.1 F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd. 129

8.2 Siemens Healthcare 130

8.3 Abbott Laboratories 131

8.4 Sysmex Corporation 132

8.5 Beckman Coulter, Inc. 133

8.6 Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics Inc. 134

8.7 Becton, Dickinson and Company 135

8.8 Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. 135

8.9 bioMerieux S.A. 136

8.10 Eiken Chemical Co.,Ltd. 136

8.11 Shanghai Kehua Bio-engineering Co., Ltd. 137

8.12 Mindray Medical International Limited 137

8.13 Alere Inc. 138

8.14 Transasia Bio-Medicals Ltd. 138

8.15 Nihon Kohden Corporation 139

8.16 Horiba, Ltd. 139

8.17 Qiagen N.V. 140

8.18 DiaSorin S.p.A 140

8.19 PerkinElmer, Inc. 141

8.20 Tosoh Corporation 141

8.21 Danaher Corporation 142

8.22 Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. 142

8.23 Gen-Probe Incorporated 143

8.24 Span Diagnostics Ltd. 143

8.25 Diagnostica Stago, Inc. 143

8.26 Agappe Diagnostics Ltd. 144

8.27 Life Technologies Corporation 144

8.28 Grifols, S.A. 145

8.29 Trivitron Healthcare Pvt Ltd. 145

8.30 Himedia Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. 145

8.31 Tulip Diagnostics (P) Ltd 146

9 In Vitro Diagnostics Market Pipeline Products 147

9.1 Clinical Chemisty Market Pipeline Products 147

9.2 Immuno Chemistry Market Pipeline Products 150

9.3 Haematology Market Pipeline Products 160

9.4 Infectious Immunology Market Pipeline Products 162

9.5 Microbiology Culture Market Pipeline Products 169

9.6 Histology And Cytology Market Pipeline Products 170

9.7 Genetic Testing Market Pipeline Products 171

10 Financial Deals Landscape 176

10.1 Merger 176

10.2 Acquisition 178

10.3 Partnerships 187

11 Recent Developments 273

11.1 Strategy And Business Planning 273

11.2 Research And Development 279

11.3 Government and Public Interest 282

11.4 Product News 285

12 Appendix 299

12.1 Definitions of Markets Covered in the Report 300

12.2 Research Methodology 301

12.3 Secondary Research 301

12.4 Primary Research 302

12.5 Models 302

12.6 Forecasts 303

12.7 Expert Panels 303

12.8 GlobalData Consulting 303

12.9 Currency Conversion 304

12.10 Contact Us 304

12.11 Disclaimer 304

List of Tables

Table 1: In Vitro Diagnostics, Cross Country Comparison, Revenue ($m),USD Constant, 2004-2018 21

Table 2: In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 23

Table 3: In vitro diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Cross-Category Analysis, 2004-2018 25

Table 4: In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2004-2011 27

Table 5: In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2011-2018 29

Table 6: In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Company share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 31

Table 7: In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 33

Table 8: In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2004-2011 35

Table 9: In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2011-2018 37

Table 10: Clinical Chemistry, Japan, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 38

Table 11: Genetic Testing, Japan, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 38

Table 12: Haematology, Japan, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 39

Table 13: Histology And Cytology, Japan, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 39

Table 14: Immuno Chemistry, Japan, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 40

Table 15: Infectious Immunology, Japan, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 40

Table 16: Microbiology Culture, Japan, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 41

Table 17: In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Company Share, USD Constant, (2010-2011) 43

Table 18: Clinical Chemistry, Japan, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 45

Table 19: Genetic Testing, Japan, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 47

Table 20: Haematology, Japan, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 49

Table 21: Histology And Cytology, Japan, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 51

Table 22: Immuno Chemistry, Japan, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 53

Table 23: Infectious Immunology, Japan, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 55

Table 24: Microbiology Culture, Japan, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 57

Table 25: In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 59

Table 26: In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2004-2011 61

Table 27: In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2011-2018 63

Table 28: Clinical Chemistry, Australia, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 64

Table 29: Genetic Testing, Australia, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 64

Table 30: Haematology, Australia, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 65

Table 31: Histology And Cytology, Australia, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 65

Table 32: Immuno Chemistry, Australia, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 66

Table 33: Infectious Immunology, Australia, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 66

Table 34: Microbiology Culture, Australia, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 67

Table 35: In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Company Share, USD Constant, (2010-2011) 69

Table 36: Clinical Chemistry, Australia, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 71

Table 37: Genetic Testing, Australia, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 73

Table 38: Haematology, Australia, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 75

Table 39: Histology And Cytology, Australia, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 77

Table 40: Immuno Chemistry, Australia, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 79

Table 41: Infectious Immunology, Australia, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 81

Table 42: Microbiology Culture, Australia, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 83

Table 43: In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 85

Table 44: In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2004-2011 87

Table 45: In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2011-2018 89

Table 46: Clinical Chemistry, India, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 90

Table 47: Genetic Testing, India, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 90

Table 48: Haematology, India, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 91

Table 49: Histology And Cytology, India, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 91

Table 50: Immuno Chemistry, India, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 92

Table 51: Infectious Immunology, India, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 92

Table 52: Microbiology Culture, India, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 93

Table 53: In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 95

Table 54: Clinical Chemistry, India, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 97

Table 55: Genetic Testing, India, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 99

Table 56: Haematology, India, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 101

Table 57: Histology And Cytology, India, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 103

Table 58: Immuno Chemistry, India, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 105

Table 59: Infectious Immunology, India, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 107

Table 60: Microbiology Culture, India, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 109

Table 61: In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 111

Table 62: In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2004-2011 113

Table 63: In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2011-2018 115

Table 64: Clinical Chemistry, China, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 116

Table 65: Genetic Testing, China, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 116

Table 66: Haematology, China, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 117

Table 67: Histology And Cytology, China, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 117

Table 68: Immuno Chemistry, China, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 118

Table 69: Infectious Immunology, China, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 118

Table 70: Microbiology Culture, China, Distribution Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 119

Table 71: In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Company Share, USD Constant, (2010-2011) 121

Table 72: Clinical Chemistry, China, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 123

Table 73: Genetic Testing, China, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 125

Table 74: Haematology, China, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 127

Table 75: Histology And Cytology, China, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 129

Table 76: Immuno Chemistry, China, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 131

Table 77: Infectious Immunology, China, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 133

Table 78: Microbiology Culture, China, Company Share by Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2010-2011 135

Table 79: Clinical Chemisty Market Pipeline Products 154

Table 80: Immuno Chemistry Market Pipeline Products 157

Table 81: Haematology Market Pipeline Products 167

Table 82: Infectious Immunology Market Pipeline Products 169

Table 83: Microbiology Culture Market Pipeline Products 176

Table 84: Histology And Cytology Market Pipeline Products 177

Table 85: Genetic Testing Market Pipeline Products 178

Table 86: Nabi Biopharma Completes Merger With Biota 183

Table 87: Genting Invests $32 Million In TauRx Pharma 185

Table 88: PerkinElmer Acquires Shanghai Haoyuan Biotech From Medigen Biotech For $38 Million 186

Table 89: SK Telecom To Acquire 49% Stake In Xi'an Tianlong, In-vitro Diagnostics Company 188

Table 90: Fresenius Acquires 70% Stake In Huangshi Lishizhen Medicine Group Wuhan Xisu Pharma From Huangshi Lishizhen Medicine Group Wuhan Lishizhen Medicine 189

Table 91: Wuhan Humanwell Hi-tech Industry To Acquire 80% Stake In Beijing Baron Medical Equipment For $123 Million 190

Table 92: OriGene Technologies Acquires Beijing Zhongshan Golden Bridge Biotechnology, Pathology Testing Products Provider 191

Table 93: Shanghai Fosun Pharma Acquires 17.65% Stake In SD Biosensor, In Vitro Diagnostics Company 192

Table 94: Mindray Medical Completes Acquisition Of Controlling Stake In Hunan Changsha Tiandiren Biotech For $3 Million 193

Table 95: Swift Biosciences Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Vela Diagnostics For Cancer Detection Technology 194

Table 96: Cisbio Bioassays Enters Into Distribution Agreement With BellBrook Labs For Transcreener Epigen Methyltransferase Assay 195

Table 97: Institute of Microelectronics Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With SFC Fluidics 197

Table 98: Pressure BioSciences Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement With Constant Systems For High Pressure Technologies 198

Table 99: Takara Bio Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement With Pathogenica For HAI Sequencing Service 199

Table 100: bioMerieux Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Quanterix For Simoa Technology 200

Table 101: Clinical Genomics Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Quest Diagnostics For Colon Cancer Markers 202

Table 102: Abaxis Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Abbott Point of Care For Piccolo Blood Chemistry System 203

Table 103: Affinity Biosensors Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Malvern Instruments For Archimedes Particle Metrology System 204

Table 104: Agenix Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Tyrian Diagnostics For DiagnostIQ 205

Table 105: BG Medicine Enters Into Agreement With Wuhan Kindstar Diagnostics For Galectin-3 Testing 206

Table 106: BioDot Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement With JOT Automation 207

Table 107: BD Diagnostic Systems Enters Into Agreement With Lab21 To Develop New Oncology Assays 208

Table 108: Foundation Medicine Enters Into Agreement With Eisai For Genomic Profiling And Diagnostic Discovery 209

Table 109: Vela Diagnostics Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Life Technologies 210

Table 110: CellaVision Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Siemens Healthcare For Digital Microscopy Hematology Solutions 211

Table 111: Med BioGene Amends Licensing Agreement With Precision Therapeutics For LungExpress Dx Test 212

Table 112: Ovizio Imaging Systems Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Applikon Biotechnology 213

Table 113: CML HealthCare Enters Into Agreement With MaRS Innovation 214

Table 114: Akrivis Technologies Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With United States Biological 215

Table 115: Qiagen Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement With Lepu Medical 216

Table 116: Castle Biosciences Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Brigham and Women's Hospital For Mesothelioma Test 217

Table 117: Scienion Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement With Maine Manufacturing For Protein Array Products 218

Table 118: GVK Biosciences Enters Into Licensing Agreement With National Cancer Institute For GOBIOM Database 219

Table 119: GeneCentric Diagnostics Enters Into Licensing Agreement With University of North Carolina 220

Table 120: Affymetrix Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With Pathgen Dx 221

Table 121: Dolomite Centre Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Japan Science and Technology Agency For Microdroplet Generation Technology 222

Table 122: Edan Instruments And Edan Diagnostics Form Joint Venture With Xizeng Shi 223

Table 123: NewBridge Pharma Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Genomic Health For Oncotype DX Tests 224

Table 124: Epistem Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Becton Dickinson For Mycobacterium TB Test 226

Table 125: DiaSorin Forms Joint Venture With Trivitron Healthcare 227

Table 126: Ahn-Gook Pharma Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Ceragem Medisys 228

Table 127: Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Sysmex 229

Table 128: Agilent Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With Gachon University For Biomarkers 230

Table 129: SciFluor Life Sciences Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Sigma-Aldrich For PhenoFluor 231

Table 130: Sysmex Asia Pacific Enters Into Distribution Agreement With DiaSys Diagnostic Systems 232

Table 131: Immuno-Biological Labs Enters Into Licensing Agreement With IBL International 233

Table 132: Molecular Discovery Enters Into Co Development Agreement With Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre 234

Table 133: MDxHealth Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Merck For MGMT Diagnostic Test 235

Table 134: Guided Therapeutics Extends Licensing And Co-Development Agreement With Konica Minolta 236

Table 135: NicOx Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Rapid Pathogen Screening For AdenoPlus 237

Table 136: Immuno-Biological Labs To Form Joint Venture With TransGenic 238

Table 137: Immunexpress Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Debiopharm And Biocartis 239

Table 138: Omega Diagnostics Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Burnet Institute For CD4 POC Test 240

Table 139: One Lambda Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement With CellTrend 241

Table 140: Fujitsu Taiwan Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With National Cheng Kung University 242

Table 141: GE Healthcare Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research 243

Table 142: Trovagene Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Strand Life Sciences For HPV Test 244

Table 143: Clarient Diagnostic Services Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Insight Genetics For ALK Cancer Biomarker 245

Table 144: Insight Genetics Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Kindstar Globalgene Technology For ALK Screen Biomaker 246

Table 145: Affymetrix Enters Into Technology Integration Agreement With Leica Microsystems 247

Table 146: AITbiotech Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Exploit Technologies For H5N1 Test Kit 248

Table 147: Seegene Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With DuPont Nutrition & Health To Develop Multiplexed Assays For Food Safety Testing 249

Table 148: Prosolia Enters Into Licensing Agreement With AB Sciex For ORNL Analytical Technology 250

Table 149: Everist Genomics Enters Into Joint Venture Agreement With Manipal Group 251

Table 150: Ventana Medical Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Gen-Probe For IP Of ERG Marker 252

Table 151: Pacific Biosciences Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement With Tomy Digital Biology 253

Table 152: Affymetrix Enters Into Distribution Agreement With ScreenCell For Circulating Tumor Cell Technology 254

Table 153: Hycor Biomedical Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Roche For KOVA 255

Table 154: HealthLinx Enters Into Distribution Agreement With INEX Innovations Exchange And Metropolis Healthcare For OvPlex 256

Table 155: Genome Diagnostics Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement With Qiagen For LongRange PCR Kit 257

Table 156: Biofortuna Extends Co-Marketing Agreement With Abbott Labs For SSPGo 258

Table 157: Pressure BioSciences Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Target Discovery For Pressure Cycling Technology 259

Table 158: Ezose Sciences Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With Hirosaki University For New Cancer Biomarkers 260

Table 159: LipoScience Enters Into Licensing Agreement With Cleveland Clinic 261

Table 160: GE Healthcare Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With NXT2B For Compact Cyclotron And PET Tracer System 262

Table 161: Metabolon Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With Takeda Pharma 263

Table 162: GE Healthcare Enters Into Research Agreement With Clino 264

Table 163: Sysmex Extends Distribution Agreement With Roche 265

Table 164: NexDx Enters Into Licensing Agreement With University of California For Epigenetic Biomarkers 266

Table 165: Bio-Rad Labs Extends Distribution Agreement With Luminex For MAGPIX 267

Table 166: Molecular Response Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement With Transparent 268

Table 167: A*STAR Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With QuantuMDx Group 269

Table 168: Epistem Holdings Enters Into Co-Marketing Agreement With Xcelris Labs For Molecular Tuberculosis Diagnostic Test 270

Table 169: VolitionRx And Abcodia Partner To Advance Discovery Of Blood Based Biomarkers For Cancer 271

Table 170: Thermo Fisher Scientific Extends Licensing Agreement With Wako Pure Chemical Industries 272

Table 171: SQI Diagnostics Enters Into Distribution Agreement With Integrated Sciences 273

Table 172: Avesthagen Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With CosmosID 274

Table 173: GeneNews Forms Joint Venture With Shanghai Biochip For Sentinel Centre For Personalized Medicine 275

Table 174: Life Technologies Enters Into Joint Venture Agreement With DaAn Gene 277

Table 175: ZyGEM Enters Into Co-Development Agreement With USAMRIID 278

Table 176: BioTime Enters Into Distribution Agreement With USCN Life Science 279

List of Figures

Figure 1: In Vitro Diagnostics, Cross Country Comparison, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 21

Figure 2: In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 22

Figure 3: In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Cross-Category Analysis, 2004-2018 24

Figure 4: In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2004-2011 26

Figure 5: In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2011-2018 28

Figure 6: In Vitro Diagnostics, Asia-Pacific, Company share (%), 2011 30

Figure 7: In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 32

Figure 8: In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2004-2011 34

Figure 9: In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2011-2018 36

Figure 10: In Vitro Diagnostics, Japan, Company Share (%), 2011 42

Figure 11: Clinical Chemistry, Japan, Company Share (%), 2011 44

Figure 12: Genetic Testing, Japan, Company Share (%), 2011 46

Figure 13: Haematology, Japan, Company Share (%), 2011 48

Figure 14: Histology And Cytology, Japan, Company Share (%), 2011 50

Figure 15: Immuno Chemistry, Japan, Company Share (%), 2011 52

Figure 16: Infectious Immunology, Japan, Company Share (%), 2011 54

Figure 17: Microbiology Culture, Japan, Company Share (%), 2011 56

Figure 18: In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 58

Figure 19: In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2004-2011 60

Figure 20: In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2011-2018 62

Figure 21: In Vitro Diagnostics, Australia, Company Share (%), 2011 68

Figure 22: Clinical Chemistry, Australia, Company Share (%), 2011 70

Figure 23: Genetic Testing, Australia, Company Share (%), 2011 72

Figure 24: Haematology, Australia, Company Share (%), 2011 74

Figure 25: Histology And Cytology, Australia, Company Share (%), 2011 76

Figure 26: Immuno Chemistry, Australia, Company Share (%), 2011 78

Figure 27: Infectious Immunology, Australia, Company Share (%), 2011 80

Figure 28: Microbiology Culture, Australia, Company Share (%), 2011 82

Figure 29: In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 84

Figure 30: In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2004-2011 86

Figure 31: In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2011-2018 88

Figure 32: In Vitro Diagnostics, India, Company Share (%), 2011 94

Figure 33: Clinical Chemistry, India, Company Share (%), 2011 96

Figure 34: Genetic Testing, India, Company Share (%), 2011 98

Figure 35: Haematology, India, Company Share (%), 2011 100

Figure 36: Histology And Cytology, India, Company Share (%), 2011 102

Figure 37: Immuno Chemistry, India, Company Share (%), 2011 104

Figure 38: Infectious Immunology, India, Company Share (%), 2011 106

Figure 39: Microbiology Culture, India, Company Share (%), 2011 108

Figure 40: In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2004-2018 110

Figure 41: In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2004-2011 112

Figure 42: In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Overall Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Forecast, 2011-2018 114

Figure 43: In Vitro Diagnostics, China, Company Share (%), 2011 120

Figure 44: Clinical Chemistry, China, Company Share (%), 2011 122

Figure 45: Genetic Testing, China, Company Share (%), 2011 124

Figure 46: Haematology, China, Company Share (%), 2011 126

Figure 47: Histology And Cytology, China, Company Share (%), 2011 128

Figure 48: Immuno Chemistry, China, Company Share (%), 2011 130

Figure 49: Infectious Immunology, China, Company Share (%), 2011 132

Figure 50: Microbiology Culture, China, Company Share (%), 2011 134

Figure 51: F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd., Company Share (%), Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market, 2011 136

Figure 52: Siemens Healthcare, Company Share (%), Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market, 2011 137

Figure 53: Abbott Laboratories, Company Share (%), Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market, 2011 138

Figure 54: Sysmex Corporation, Company Share (%), Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market, 2011 139

Figure 55: Beckman Coulter, Inc., Company Share (%), Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market, 2011 140

Figure 56: Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics Inc., Company Share (%), Asia-Pacific In Vitro Diagnostics Market, 2011 141

Companies Mentioned

F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd.

Siemens Healthcare

Abbott Laboratories

Sysmex Corporation

Beckman Coulter, Inc.

Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics Inc.

Becton, Dickinson and Company

Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.

bioMerieux S.A.

Eiken Chemical Co.,Ltd.

Shanghai Kehua Bio-e

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Sensor-enabled things are becoming more commonplace, precursors to a larger and more complex framework that most consider the ultimate promise of the IoT: things connecting, interacting, sharing, storing, and over time perhaps learning and predicting based on habits, behaviors, location, preferences, purchases and more. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Tom Wesselman, Director of Communications Ecosystem Architecture at Plantronics, will examine the still nascent IoT as it is coalescing, including what it is today, what it might ultimately be, the role of wearable tech, and technology gaps stil...
Almost everyone sees the potential of Internet of Things but how can businesses truly unlock that potential. The key will be in the ability to discover business insight in the midst of an ocean of Big Data generated from billions of embedded devices via Systems of Discover. Businesses will also need to ensure that they can sustain that insight by leveraging the cloud for global reach, scale and elasticity.
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to evolve the way the world does business; however, understanding how to apply it to your company can be a mystery. Most people struggle with understanding the potential business uses or tend to get caught up in the technology, resulting in solutions that fail to meet even minimum business goals. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Jesse Shiah, CEO / President / Co-Founder of AgilePoint Inc., showed what is needed to leverage the IoT to transform your business. He discussed opportunities and challenges ahead for the IoT from a market and technical point of vie...
IoT is still a vague buzzword for many people. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Mike Kavis, Vice President & Principal Cloud Architect at Cloud Technology Partners, discussed the business value of IoT that goes far beyond the general public's perception that IoT is all about wearables and home consumer services. He also discussed how IoT is perceived by investors and how venture capitalist access this space. Other topics discussed were barriers to success, what is new, what is old, and what the future may hold. Mike Kavis is Vice President & Principal Cloud Architect at Cloud Technology Pa...
Hadoop as a Service (as offered by handful of niche vendors now) is a cloud computing solution that makes medium and large-scale data processing accessible, easy, fast and inexpensive. In his session at Big Data Expo, Kumar Ramamurthy, Vice President and Chief Technologist, EIM & Big Data, at Virtusa, will discuss how this is achieved by eliminating the operational challenges of running Hadoop, so one can focus on business growth. The fragmented Hadoop distribution world and various PaaS solutions that provide a Hadoop flavor either make choices for customers very flexible in the name of opti...
The true value of the Internet of Things (IoT) lies not just in the data, but through the services that protect the data, perform the analysis and present findings in a usable way. With many IoT elements rooted in traditional IT components, Big Data and IoT isn’t just a play for enterprise. In fact, the IoT presents SMBs with the prospect of launching entirely new activities and exploring innovative areas. CompTIA research identifies several areas where IoT is expected to have the greatest impact.
Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are increasing at an unprecedented rate. The threat landscape of today is drastically different than just a few years ago. Attacks are much more organized and sophisticated. They are harder to detect and even harder to anticipate. In the foreseeable future it's going to get a whole lot harder. Everything you know today will change. Keeping up with this changing landscape is already a daunting task. Your organization needs to use the latest tools, methods and expertise to guard against those threats. But will that be enough? In the foreseeable future attacks w...
Disruptive macro trends in technology are impacting and dramatically changing the "art of the possible" relative to supply chain management practices through the innovative use of IoT, cloud, machine learning and Big Data to enable connected ecosystems of engagement. Enterprise informatics can now move beyond point solutions that merely monitor the past and implement integrated enterprise fabrics that enable end-to-end supply chain visibility to improve customer service delivery and optimize supplier management. Learn about enterprise architecture strategies for designing connected systems tha...
Dale Kim is the Director of Industry Solutions at MapR. His background includes a variety of technical and management roles at information technology companies. While his experience includes work with relational databases, much of his career pertains to non-relational data in the areas of search, content management, and NoSQL, and includes senior roles in technical marketing, sales engineering, and support engineering. Dale holds an MBA from Santa Clara University, and a BA in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley.
Wearable devices have come of age. The primary applications of wearables so far have been "the Quantified Self" or the tracking of one's fitness and health status. We propose the evolution of wearables into social and emotional communication devices. Our BE(tm) sensor uses light to visualize the skin conductance response. Our sensors are very inexpensive and can be massively distributed to audiences or groups of any size, in order to gauge reactions to performances, video, or any kind of presentation. In her session at @ThingsExpo, Jocelyn Scheirer, CEO & Founder of Bionolux, will discuss ho...
The cloud is now a fact of life but generating recurring revenues that are driven by solutions and services on a consumption model have been hard to implement, until now. In their session at 16th Cloud Expo, Ermanno Bonifazi, CEO & Founder of Solgenia, and Ian Khan, Global Strategic Positioning & Brand Manager at Solgenia, will discuss how a top European telco has leveraged the innovative recurring revenue generating capability of the consumption cloud to enable a unique cloud monetization model to drive results.
As organizations shift toward IT-as-a-service models, the need for managing and protecting data residing across physical, virtual, and now cloud environments grows with it. CommVault can ensure protection &E-Discovery of your data – whether in a private cloud, a Service Provider delivered public cloud, or a hybrid cloud environment – across the heterogeneous enterprise. In his session at 16th Cloud Expo, Randy De Meno, Chief Technologist - Windows Products and Microsoft Partnerships, will discuss how to cut costs, scale easily, and unleash insight with CommVault Simpana software, the only si...
Analytics is the foundation of smart data and now, with the ability to run Hadoop directly on smart storage systems like Cloudian HyperStore, enterprises will gain huge business advantages in terms of scalability, efficiency and cost savings as they move closer to realizing the potential of the Internet of Things. In his session at 16th Cloud Expo, Paul Turner, technology evangelist and CMO at Cloudian, Inc., will discuss the revolutionary notion that the storage world is transitioning from mere Big Data to smart data. He will argue that today’s hybrid cloud storage solutions, with commodity...
Every innovation or invention was originally a daydream. You like to imagine a “what-if” scenario. And with all the attention being paid to the so-called Internet of Things (IoT) you don’t have to stretch the imagination too much to see how this may impact commercial and homeowners insurance. We’re beyond the point of accepting this as a leap of faith. The groundwork is laid. Now it’s just a matter of time. We can thank the inventors of smart thermostats for developing a practical business application that everyone can relate to. Gone are the salad days of smart home apps, the early chalkb...
Cloud data governance was previously an avoided function when cloud deployments were relatively small. With the rapid adoption in public cloud – both rogue and sanctioned, it’s not uncommon to find regulated data dumped into public cloud and unprotected. This is why enterprises and cloud providers alike need to embrace a cloud data governance function and map policies, processes and technology controls accordingly. In her session at 15th Cloud Expo, Evelyn de Souza, Data Privacy and Compliance Strategy Leader at Cisco Systems, will focus on how to set up a cloud data governance program and s...
Roberto Medrano, Executive Vice President at SOA Software, had reached 30,000 page views on his home page - http://RobertoMedrano.SYS-CON.com/ - on the SYS-CON family of online magazines, which includes Cloud Computing Journal, Internet of Things Journal, Big Data Journal, and SOA World Magazine. He is a recognized executive in the information technology fields of SOA, internet security, governance, and compliance. He has extensive experience with both start-ups and large companies, having been involved at the beginning of four IT industries: EDA, Open Systems, Computer Security and now SOA.
The industrial software market has treated data with the mentality of “collect everything now, worry about how to use it later.” We now find ourselves buried in data, with the pervasive connectivity of the (Industrial) Internet of Things only piling on more numbers. There’s too much data and not enough information. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Bob Gates, Global Marketing Director, GE’s Intelligent Platforms business, to discuss how realizing the power of IoT, software developers are now focused on understanding how industrial data can create intelligence for industrial operations. Imagine ...