Molecular biology is a branch of biology that focuses on molecular basis of biological activity amongst biomolecules in various systems of a cell such as DNA, RNA, and proteins interactions, and their biosynthesis. It also elucidates about the directive for these interactions. Molecular diagnostics is a set of procedures that are used to examine biological markers (a measurable pointer of a biological condition or state) in the genome or genetic makeup of an organism and proteome or the group of proteins expressed by the genetic makeup. Molecular diagnostics are performed by applying molecular biology to therapeutic diagnosis. The practice is used to detect and monitor disease, diagnose risk, and elect the specific therapies for specific patients. By examining the particulars of the patient, molecular diagnostics suggests personalized medicines for specific disease the patient is suffering from. These diagnostic tests are helpful for an array of medical areas, which includes oncology, infectious diseases, immune function disorders, coagulation, and pharmacogenomics—projection of which medication will work best. Blood molecular biology tubes are used specifically for collecting blood for molecular diagnosis.
Molecular biology is essential for both patients and researchers. Patients are diagnosed on the basis of their genetic makeup or diseases related to their disorientation or mutation. Researchers use them for performing various experiments. Increasing scientific researches is expected to propel demand for blood molecular biology tubes, which is further expected to drive growth of the market. Molecular biology tests are performed for various purposes such as to establish interaction between blood group molecules and to determine acute and chronic leukemia. For instance, according to the World Cancer Research Fund International, around 14.1 million people globally suffered from cancer in 2012; out of these 7.4 million were men and 6.7 were million women and is expected to reach around 24 million by 2035, an increase of around 70.0%. Moreover, growing awareness among populace about such incidences and the method for their diagnosis and early prevention are expected to increase demand for blood molecular biology tests, which in turn is expected to drive growth of the blood molecular biology tubes market.
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According to the National Centre for Biotechnology Information, blood molecular biology test is perhaps the area of laboratory medicine that is growing at a considerable rate and it has the prospect for a major effect on medical field within the next ten years. As blood molecular biology test areas develop, so will the perspective of how structural dissimilarities in RNA and DNA are linked with the advancement of chronic diseases. New and advanced technologies have added to the spectacular speed with which the genetic mechanisms of diseases are investigated. Future progress in this area would be propelled by enhancement in science and technology and the accessibility to carefully documented and acknowledged study populations. This creates a highly conducive environment for growth of the blood molecular biology tubes market.
Technological advancements and increasing genetic disorders are expected to drive blood molecular biology tubes market growth
Molecular biology tests helps to monitor diseases more accurately, determines the most appropriate treatment, and reduces patient morbidity and mortality. They are essential for diagnosis, treatment, and control of infectious diseases such as microbial infections. For instance, according to the World Health Organization, the number of deaths caused by pathogens and parasites is expected to reach 13 million by 2050. Early detection and prevention of these diseases has been gaining traction in the present scenario, thereby expected to drive growth of the blood molecular biology tubes market over the forecast period.
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Key players operating in the global blood molecular biology tubes industry include BD, Greiner, Ajosha Bio Teknik Pvt. Ltd., Narang Medical Limited., Goldwin Medicare Ltd., Beijing Hanbaihan Medical Devices Co., Ltd, and Gosselin.
1. Major companies in the market are focused on various business strategies such as gaining product approval from regulatory authorities, in order gain competitive edge in the market. For instance, in February 2018, Becton, Dickson and Company received the CE-IVD marking for its PAXgene Blood ccfDNA tube, which is commercially available in Western Europe.
2. Key players in the market are focused on various business strategies such as product launches, in order to expand their product portfolio and enhance their market presence. For instance, in February 2019, Greiner Bio-One, an Austria-based biotechnology device manufacturer, launched the new VACUETTE SAFELINK Holder. This is a sterile tube holder, which provides a safe and needless option for blood collection.
3. Key companies in the market are involved in various business strategies such as product launches, in order to expand their product portfolio and gain competitive edge in the market. For instance, Greiner Bio-One launched MiniCollect K2EDTA Capillary Collection Tube. These capillary tubes are designed to collect and transport blood samples with sterile environment.
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