- The term
“diagnostic enzymes” refers to enzymes used directly or as a
component of an assay system for the determination of many
enzymes used for clinical diagnosis include: acid phosphatase,
alanine aminotransferase , alkaline phosphatase , amylase ,
angiotensin converting enzyme, aspartate aminotransferase,
cholinesterase , creatinine kinase , gamma glutamyltransferase ,
lactate dehydrogenase , renin.
advances in recombinant DNA technology have made it possible to
clone numerous genes of interest and to manipulate bacterial,
yeast, insect, and mammalian cells to overproduce the desired
in-vitro diagnostic (IVD) industry is experiencing rapid
technological developments. The IVD market is estimated to grow
25 percent annually.
Products group provides products for use in clinical
laboratories and at the point of care in a variety of formats
from clinical chemistry products to rapid tests.
enzymes are important for analysis of samples of blood, serum,
and urine for monitoring and diagnosing diseases.
are used for signal and target amplification to improve the
sensitivityand speed of immunoassays or to enable the
multiplication of nucleic acid fragments.
diagnostic and research and biotech markets will post
near-average growth, benefiting from investment in
biotechnology and genetics and the continued development of
various global target markets for diagnostic products are very
broad and include individual end users, medical practitioners,
small, medium, and large clinics and hospitals, and government
Pharmaceuticals will remain the largest enzyme market, due
principally to the rapid expansion of the orphan drug market for
treating lysosomal storage disorders.
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