Published Date : Feb 29, 2016
ALBANY, New York, Feb 29, 2016: A new market research report has been recently added by MarketResearchReports.biz to its huge database of research studies. The research report, titled “United States Biologics and Biosimilars Industry 2016 Market Research Report,” presents a detailed reports of the biologics and biosimilars industry in the U.S., focusing on the industry overview, product segmentation, market drivers and barriers, and competitive landscape of the industry. The research study has added inputs and strategic recommendations by professionals in order to help the existing as well as new players in formulating their business strategies efficiently.
The research study presents an in-depth overview of the biologics and biosimilars industry in the U.S., including the definitions of biologics and biosimilars, classifications, and diverse applications. The U.S. biologics and biosimilars industry reports includes current market trends, vendor reports, and the status of the key regions development. The research study has further taken help of numerous analytical tools such as value chain reports, market attractiveness reports, and Porter’s five forces reports. These tools help in determining the growth factors and the potential threats that are to be faced by the major market players throughout the forecast period.
The research study has further included historical data and forecast figures of the biologics and biosimilars industry in the U.S., with the help of tables, charts, and infographics. Moreover, the research study covers the development strategies and plans along with the bill of materials cost structures and manufacturing processes are also studied. The research report also includes supply and demand figures, cost, price, import and export consumption, revenues, and gross margins.
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Drugs, around the world, are manufactured with the help of chemical synthesis and bear defined structures. Generic drugs receive an approval on the basis of the branded drug, which comprises the same active ingredient, dosage form, strength, bioequivalency, and route of administration. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) then analyzes if the generic drugs are therapeutically equivalent to the brand drug and if they can be allowed for interchangeability. On the other hand, biologics that are manufactured in living sources are mostly very large and have complex molecules. As a result, the generic versions or biosimilars of these products are very complex when produced and are thus able to regulate therapeutic equivalence.
Furthermore, the research study covers the competitive landscape of the biologics and biosimilars industry in the U.S., including an overview of leading companies, their inception details, contact information, business strategies, SWOT reports, financial overview, and recent developments such as major mergers and acquisitions, if any. Some of the major players operating in the biologics and biosimilars industry in the U.S. are Amgen, Sanofi-Aventis, United Laboratories, 3sbio, Innovent, Tong Hua Dong Bao Group, AbbVie, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, CP Guojian Pharmacy, Gelgen Biopharma, Novo Nordisk, Biotech Pharma, and Teva Pharmaceutical.
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