Noida, Uttar Pradesh India (PressExposure) April 01, 2011 -- Immunology diagnostic techniques include tests, which depend on the specificity of bond between antigens and antibodies. Diagnostic immunology is a perfect technique for the detection of the smallest amounts of biochemical substances. Tests performed under this category include Immunoblotting, Pregnancy Tests, ELISA, and Immunohistochemical staining of microscope slides. With a share of around 24% in the diagnostic market, it forms the second largest diagnostic technique in the Indian diagnostics market, says our new research report "Indian Diagnostic Market Analysis".
Our team of experts has done extensive research on the Indian diagnostics market and has found that, revenue from immunology tests will rapidly surge in near future as their demand will inflate with the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, such as HIV and cancer. Sales of reagents have constituted over 75% of the total immunology diagnostic market in 2009, while rest of the sales was represented by the instruments segment. Moreover, segmentation of the immunology market in terms of equipments and dispersion techniques has been included in the report.
Our report has segmented the diagnostic market on the basis of techniques into: Biochemical Testing , Hematology, Immunology, Microbiology, Coagulation, Critical Care, Urinalysis, and Molecular Diagnostics. Detail description about their share and factors responsible for their growth has been discussed in the report. Along with this, proper concentration on disease prevalence analysis and regulatory environment has also been discussed in our report.
"Indian Diagnostic Market Analysis" also provides information of the key competitors in the market along with their business information and areas of expertise. The report shows a highly concentrated structure of the market, with the top players dominating the market. It provides segment level analysis of the industry along with emerging trends that may shape up with the betterment of economic conditions. The research will help consultants, industry analysts, and vendors to get an in-depth knowledge of the current, past, and future performance of the industry. The report provides an extensive research on the recent trends of the Indian diagnostic industry along with the impartial analysis considering the impact of financial crisis on its performance.
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