Global Military Personnel Health Monitoring Bioinformatics Market Set To Grow At A Cagr Of 12.8% From 2017-2027

Friday 13 October 2017, Amsterdam

Market Research Report Press Release The key player has launched a new pharma report Global Military Personnel Health Monitoring Bioinformatics Market Forecast 2017-2027: Knowledge Management Tools, Bioinformatics Platforms, Services, Genomics, Proteomics, Transcriptomics, Metabolomics.

The continuously growing demand for personalized therapies has resulted in the growth of proteomics, genomics, and personalized medicine market in recent years. This has, in turn, boosted in the development of new and automated technologies for drug development and increased the scope for bioinformatics applications. Military health bioinformatics is an authoritative research to understand military infectious diseases for various reasons.  It aids in understanding the gene expressions of different military personnel working in extreme and harsh environments, and the timelines of the diseases that they usually get infected with on the battle field.

The lead analyst of the report commented “The military personnel health monitoring bioinformatics market is expected to register significant growth in the North America, Asia Pacific and European markets over the forecast period. Growth in these regions will be driven by high investment rates in research and development efforts, widespread applications, evolution of technological development and the growth of integrative bioinformatics such as big data analytics.

However, lack of skilled and trained professional and high cost are expected to restrain the growth of the bioinformatics market. In addition, lack of interoperability among data formats will also restrain the growth of the bioinformatics market.”

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