Global Biotechnology Instrumentation Market to Reach US$5.8 Billion

San Francisco Chronicle
Biotechnology Instrumentation sector continues to display healthy growth supported by biotech research expansion in pharmaceutical operations, forensics, agriculture environmental monitoring, and animal husbandry sectors. Demand for faster and economical ways to produce drugs for the pharmaceutical industry, proteomics, genomics, functional genomics and combinatorial chemistry have led to the advancements of bioinstrumentation in recent years. The use of bioinstrumentation techniques has become simple and more accessible. The routine biological tests in forensic laboratories and food technology facilities are performed by instruments such as off-the-shelf kits of PCR primers, automated analytical equipment, and automated synthesizers.