$80M HCA Market Will Plateau in '07-'08, But Will Sharply Rise Soon After, Study Predicts | GenomeWeb
The worldwide market for high-content analysis systems and software was nearly $80 million in 2006, and is expected to plateau in 2007 and 2008, but will rise sharply in following years as the pharmaceutical industry fully embraces HCA applications in secondary and primary screening, according to a recent market analysis performed by Insight Pharma Reports.

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