Proteomics Market to Grow Six-Fold, Reach $5.6B by 2006, Frost & Sullivan Report Predicts | GenomeWeb

The global proteomics market is projected to grow nearly six-fold to $5.6 billion by 2006, according to market research conducted by Frost & Sullivan. In 2000, the total market was $963 million, the consultancy said.

In a report released in August, Frost & Sullivan said the discovery that the human genome contains fewer genes than originally predicted has elevated the potential importance of proteins and led to an interest in proteome-wide studies.

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