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Cellular Therapy and Cord Blood 2013 Market Report
Date:3/25/2013

oducts and Services in Stem Cell/Regenerative Medicine Sectors

  • Breakout of Spending by Companies in the Cellular Therapy/Regenerative Medicine Space
  • Breakout of Spending by Product Platforms in Various Spaces
  • Autologous vs. Allogeneic Business Models in the Cellular Therapy Space
  • Autologous vs. Allogeneic Cellular Therapy: Industry SWOT
  • Adult Stem Cell Therapy Quantitative Market Forecast
  • Cellular Therapy Product Pipeline
  • Clinical Trials Quantitative Metrics and Detailed Breakout by Phase, Cell Type, Therapeutic Areas Addressed, Geography
  • HSCTs Performed in the EU: Percent Breakout by Disease Classes Addressed
  • Indications for HSCTs in North America: Disease Classes Addressed, Age of Recipients, Types of HSCs Utilized, Classes of Transplant Inoculum
  • Cost Analyses of HSCTs in the EU vs. US Markets
  • Cord Blood Banking Quantitative Market Metrics
  • Growth of BM, PBL, and CB Units Worldwide in Public Banks and Registries, Segmented by Country
  • Cord Blood Transplantation Trends: Age of Recipient, Disease Classes Addressed
  • EU and US Cord Blood Transplantation Detailed Cost Breakouts
  • EU ATMP Regulation Detailed Analysis
  • Stem Cells Worldwide Publications Analysis
  • For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5hw5xw/cellular_therapy

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