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Genetic Testing Market
Genetic Testing Market: By Type of Testing (Forensic Testing, Newborn Screening, Others); By Method (Molecular, Chromosomal, Biochemical); By Testing Sample (Saliva, Blood, Others); By Industry (Laboratories, Hospitals, Blood Banks, Others)-Forecast (2016-2021)
Report Code : HCR 0084
Updated Date: 18 February, 2016  

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1. Genetic Testing Market Overview
2. Executive Summary
3. Genetic Testing Market Landscape

   3.1. Market Share Analysis
   3.2. Comparative Analysis
      3.2.1. Product Benchmarking
      3.2.2. End User Profiling
      3.2.3. Top 5 Financials Analysis
4. Genetic Testing Market Forces
   4.1. Market Drivers
   4.2. Market Constraints & Challenges
   4.3. Attractiveness of the Genetic Testing Industry
      4.3.1. Power of Suppliers
      4.3.2. Threats From New Entrants
      4.3.3. Power of Buyer
      4.3.4. Threat From Substitute Product
      4.3.5. Degree of Competition
5. Genetic Testing Market-Strategic Analysis
   5.1. Genetic Testing Market - Value Chain Analysis
   5.2. Pricing Analysis
   5.3. Opportunity Analysis
   5.4. Product Life Cycle
   5.5. Suppliers and Distributors
   5.6. SWOT Analysis
6. Genetic Testing Market-By Types Of Testing
   6.1. Introduction
   6.2. Newborn Screening
   6.3. Diagnostic Testing
   6.4. Carrier Testing
   6.5. Prenatal Testing
   6.6. Forensic Testing
   6.7. Predictive and Presymptomatic Testing
   6.8. Others
7. Genetic Testing Market-By Methods
   7.1. Introduction
   7.2. Molecular Genetic Testing
   7.3. Chromosomal Genetic Testing
   7.4. Biochemical Genetic Testing
   7.5. Others
8. Genetic Testing Market-By Testing Sample
   8.1. Introduction
   8.2. Blood
   8.3. Saliva
   8.4. Hair
   8.5. Tumours
   8.6. Others
9. Genetic Testing Market-By Industry
   9.1. Laboratories
   9.2. Blood Banks
   9.3. Nursing Homes
   9.4. Hospitals
   9.5. Others
10. Genetic Testing Market-By Geography
   10.1. North America
      10.1.1. U.S.
      10.1.2. Canada
      10.1.3. Mexico
      10.1.4. Brazil
   10.2. Europe
      10.2.1. U.K.
      10.2.2. Germany
      10.2.3. Italy
      10.2.4. France
      10.2.5. Rest of Europe
   10.3. Asia-Pacific
      10.3.1. China
      10.3.2. South Korea
      10.3.3. Australia & New Zealand
      10.3.4. Japan
      10.3.5. India
      10.3.6. Rest of APAC
   10.4. Rest of The World (RoW)
      10.4.1. Middle East
      10.4.2. Africa
      10.4.3. South America
11. Genetic Testing Market-Entropy
   11.1. New Product Developments
   11.2. Product Launchers, JVs, Mergers and Acquisitions
12. Company profiles
   12.1. Ranomics
   12.2. Biocartis SA
   12.3. Applied Biosystems, Inc.
   12.4. Celera Group
   12.5. Daan Diagnostics Ltd
   12.6. Genentech, Inc.
   12.7. Eastern Biotech
   12.8. DNAFit
   12.9. Perkinelmer, Inc.
   12.10. Qiagen N.V.
   12.12. Sorenson Genomics, LLC
*More than 40 Companies are profiled in this Research Report, Complete List available on Request*
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"

13. Appendix
   13.1. List of Abbreviations
   13.2. Sources
   13.3. Research Methodology
   13.4. Expert Insights 
   13.5. Disclaimer
A genetic test is used to determine the DNA sequence of a certain region of the human genome. This region might be a whole gene or a share of a gene, or other areas thought to regulate genes. The test will look for certain changes in the sequence that is known to have consequences on the function of a gene. Mostly genetic tests are performed on a DNA sample, because every tissue in the body is composed of cells that contain DNA. However, blood is the most common source because it can easily be acquired in huge quantities; typically 5-10 ml is taken for a test. Some laboratories allow cheek cells to be collected for genetic testing.

After the DNA sample is acquired from a blood or other tissues, a variety of different approaches can be used to look for mutations in your genes. The method used changes with the size of the gene and the kind of mutations that are typically found in that gene. Sometimes the whole coding sequence of the gene is examined. Other times, methods are used that only look for the most common mutations. This latter approach is often taken if the gene’s role in disease is mostly due to only a small number of known mutations. Some laboratories may use a combination of these methods by first filtering for common mutations and then, in certain situations, examining the whole coding sequence of the gene.

The Genetic testing is done by taking different test samples from body like hair, blood, saliva, tumours etc. Genetic testing is also done for some type of diseases like colon cancer, iron overload disease. The global market for genetic testing was estimated to be $XX billion in 2015and is estimated to grow at a CAGR of XX% to reach $XX billion by 2021. Laboratories, hospitals, blood banks are the major end-users for genetic testing.

Genetic Testing Market

The above figure depicts that Americas is leading in the genetic testing market globally in terms of revenue in 2015. The growth in this Americas is led by the development of new and advanced tests as well as increased demand for testing services in an evolving healthcare community focused on disease protection, detection and prevention. Europe and Asia-Pacific region stands next to Americas in the genetic testing market.

The major players in the Genetic Testing Market include:
  • Ranomics
  • Applied Biosystems, Inc.
  • Genentech, Inc.
  • Eastern Biotech
  • Sorenson Genomics, LLC
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