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Animal Model Services Market to Exhibit Single-Digit Growth Rate through 2025, Forecasts IQ4I in Its New Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

31 Aug 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – For hundreds of years, almost every medical advancement in human and animal health has been achieved via research using animals. Animals have an essential role in research and development of novel and more efficient diagnostics and treatment methods; they are used to expand knowledge about various health problems and also to ensure the safety of novel medical treatments.

Today, animal models are used as an obligatory element in pre-clinical (pharmacological and toxicological) studies of novel drugs. Although the replacement of animal testing with in-vitro models on practice has been gaining momentum during the past several years, some animal studies still remain mandatory.

The world’s market for animal models services is projected to continue growing at a single-digit CAGR through 2025 to reach nearly USD 962.2 million in value.

New topical study “Animal Model Services Global Market - Forecast to 2025” drawn up by IQ4I Research & Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. gives access to the most relevant data on the animal model services market performance at different geographical scales. It sheds light on the key growth influencing factors and market dynamics, examines the main market segments and estimates their shares, investigates the current scenario and touches upon the historical growth patterns, and points out possible future growth barriers and opportunities. the competitive landscape, regulatory issues, top participants and the hottest issues are also covered in this report. Besides, the study comprises an all-round future outlook for the animal model services market up to 2025.

Follow to IQ4I Research online page at MarketPublishers.com to get access to a full collection of the publisher’s research studies.


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