Study Foresees Proteomics Market Growing to $5.6B by 2006 | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Aug 15 – A new study of the proteomics market forecast that the proteomics market would grow nearly six-fold to $5.6 billion by 2006 from $963 million in 2000.

In its report, consultancy firm Frost & Sullivan said the increase would be driven by a shift towards the analysis of proteomes following the discovery that the human genome contains fewer genes than originally predicted.

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