Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Bioprinting: Technologies and Global Markets" report to their offering.
The scope of the report includes bioprinting technologies, applications, industries, markets, patents and companies. The market estimates and forecasts for bioprinting products and services are given for the years 2015, 2016 and 2021.
This report reviews the main bioprinting and bioink platforms, and explains why printing living cells is technically challenging, yet can be extremely rewarding if the technology can be mastered. The report covers the main applications for bioprinting including in vitro models and in vivo regenerative medicine applications.
Industry market driving forces are discussed, including key trends favoring adoption of bioprinting tools.
The report covers the bioprinting markets by workflow, including bioprinting reagents, instruments, software, clinical procedures, and tissue formats such as tissue-on-chip.
The report analyzes the markets for the main bioprinting end-use applications, including research, drug discovery and development, cosmetics, and clinical.
Bioprinting clinical markets discussed include cardiovascular, craniofacial repair, orthopedics, and wound care. The wound care market is analyzed by individual segments, including acute wounds, chronic wounds, and hernia repair.
Key Topics Covered:
2: Executive Summary
5: Bioprinting Applications
6: Bioprinting Industry
7: Bioprinting Markets
8: Bioprinting Patents
9: Company Profiles
For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rjgmgh/bioprinting
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Last updated on: 23/11/2016
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