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Market Analysis - Glycobiology 2017

Glance at Global Glycobiology Market:

Global glycobiology market was valued at $512.38 million in 2014 and poised to grow at a CAGR of 12.62% between 2012 and 2019, to reach $928.11 million in 2019. The rapid increase in research and development expenditure by pharmaceutical and biotech companies, and increased funding in proteomics and glycobiology research will be the two most important growth drivers for this market in the forecast period (2012–2019).

Geographic analysis reveals that North America accounted for the largest share of the global glycobiology market in 2014, due to increasing funding for proteomics and glycomics research. For instance, in August 2013, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provided $5.5 million to the National Center for Functional Glycomics (NCFG) for research into the identification of glycans and complex carbohydrates using glycan microarrays. Similarly, in 2011, the University of Nevada School of Medicine received $10 million for glycobiology research from NIH.

Glycobiology Market Analysis Statistics:

Major Glycobiology Associations around the Globe

   Glyconet Glycobiotechnology Network

   Glycoscience Graduate School

   Mizutani Foundation for Glycoscience

   The Japanese Society of Carbohydrate Research

   Alberta Glycomics Centre

   Copenhagen Center for Glycomics

   CKSP: Center of Know-how for Sugars and Polysaccharides, Ben-Gurion University

   Laboratory of Carbohydrate Chemistry, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Science

   Glycoprotein Structure/Function Group, Birkbeck College

   Oxford Glycobiology Institute

   Centre for Glycobiology, University of Liverpool

   IBS: Institut de Biologie Structurale

 Major Glycobiology Related Associations in Europe

Glycosciences Laboratory

Oxford Glycobiology Institute

Glycobiology Group

Glycotechnology Core Resource

Glycobiology Research and Training Center

Glycomics Center

Resource for Integrated Glycotechnology

Institute of Molecular Biomembrane and Glycobiology