Biotechnology involves transformative technologies for medicine, environment and agriculture.The use of living systemsand organisms to make or develop products has increased dramatically over the recent years.
An increasing demand for biotechnology-based diagnostics and therapeutics solutions such as DNA sequencing, tissue engineering and regeneration, cell-based assay promotes funding to support R&D and new product development endeavours.
2017 was a record year for biotech investments.VC funding for digital health accounted for nearly $4.5 billion which is approximately 109% up in comparison with 2016.
According to our estimates, the world biotechnology market value will cross $2 trillion in 2018 with 67% of manufacturers revenue coming from the sales of biotech and pharmaceutical products.
We expect the global biotech industry to register a stable annual growth of around 4.9% during the next 5 years.
Genome analysis cost has significantly reduced because of the emergence of second and third generation sequencing technologies (NGS). As a whole genome scanning cost falls the personalised medicine grows, a new understanding of the genetic variation of individuals is appeared. Moreover, unidentified vast regions of DNA now are clear and unlocked.
Medical scientists and drug developers have tremendous opportunities to test drugs in the lab as they see how stem cells are able to grow into any of the body’s specialised cells. However, their major goal and perspective is to rise to an era of regenerative medicine where life-altering injuries and deadly diseases are not just treated, but cured.
Commonly, the basic cure for a specific disease is when drugs interact by binding with proteins. Some clinical methods solves this problem by acting directly on genes that are responsible for producing the deleterious protein. For accomplishing this there are number of technologies that introduce a gene through a viral vector, RNAi, antisense or use so-called zinc finger proteins.
MicroRNA is a new way of diagnosing and treating disease. MicroRNAs prevents the translation of messenger RNA into proteins by breaking down of messenger RNA. The absence or presence of specific microRNAs in various cells is held by specific human diseases, including cancer, viral infection, metabolic disorders and inflammatory disease.
Growing prevalence of chronic diseases heightening the demand for new drug development is one of the key factors of segment growth during the next 5-year period. The combination of biotechnology and pharmaceutical results in the development of effective and advanced therapies used to treat many life threatening diseases.
Intelligent and implantable devices serve medicine with monitoring the health of an individual and, in some cases, alert or even respond to changing conditions within the body.
Biotechnology gives good grounds for expecting cheaper and safer vaccines. Alternatively DNA vaccines use a piece of genetic code for a pathogen instead of using a weakened or killed virus use a piece of genetic code for a pathogen. Traditional methods involve using eggs to grow vaccines. DNA vaccines can be made cardinally quicker and production is more bigger and innovative.
Synthetic biology includes a construction of DNA as a basis for building organisms that can perform specific tasks. It is a major part in developing new biofuels that can break the world’s addiction to petroleum. This sphere draws a great attention for its potential in providing cleaner and renewable sources of fuel. Thus it is changing everything from the way drugs are made to the way industrial goods are manufactured.
Systems biology focuses on understanding the interaction between a series of genes and their interactions with proteins. Advances in computing, the falling cost of genetic analysis, and other technological advances made this data-intensive approach possible.
Accelerated breakthroughs in Adoptive T-cell therapies will contribute to the growth of immuno-oncology market during the next 10 years.
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