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Fluorescence Microscopy: Global Markets, Developments and Opportunities 2017 - 2020

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Laboratory Markets has completed a global market study of the use of Fluorescence Microscopy (FM) in both clinical and research laboratory settings. This study, which estimates global market size for routine FM analysis from 2017 to 2020, profiles the use of FM across 2,200 clinical and research organisations, encompassing The Americas, The EMEA and the Asia Pacific and 91 countries. This study also investigated growth in the use of FM in terms of the number of FM studies, covering 8,100 studies over the period Jan 2013 to December 2016. A key goal in this study was to identify all major FM laboratories globally, to allow estimates of market sizes in terms of sample throughput/analysis costs. Details of these end-user organisations are provided as part of this report.

What This Report Offers:

  • Market Sizes ($Millions) : Globally and covering 13 global regions and the top-10 countries
  • Market Growth (CAGR) : Globally and covering 13 global regions and top the-10 countries
  • Opportunities: Core and developing opportunities in easiest-to-access market sectors
  • Leading Market Sectors: Identify leading sectors in core and adjacent market areas
  • Applications: Identify leading, growing and emerging applications and related activities
  • Reduce Risks and Costs: Reduce risks/costs by accurately profiling core and leading opportunities
  • Targeted Marketing: Reach desired market groups by reliably profiling end-users market populations
  • Increase Sales Opportunities: By identifying the most promising end-users in core market areas
  • Emerging Markets: Identify 'small but rapidly growing' markets by accurate sector and segment profiling
  • Increase ROI: Through reduced costs and increased sales, by accessing qualified prospects and opportunities


FM 2017

These new findings are the result of a detailed four-year market study by Laboratory Markets Limited, covering the period from 2013 until December 2016. Data presented in the FM 2017 Global Study have been compiled from more than 8,100 clinical and research studies carried out by experienced FM end-users. These end-users are major decision-makers in the selection and purchase of FM-related products and these 'real world' market data give in-depth information on the current and future use of FM, in addition to % growth in the numbers of FM studies, costs, trends and opportunities.

End-user organisations by name are identified in all key sectors and segments of this study. Findings are provided as a PDF report, together with the full FM 2017 market database created and compiled during this study. The data provided enables FM suppliers to easily and rapidly identify, analyse and profile areas of the FM market that offer the greatest opportunities to their own companies.

The extensive market database provided with the report augments the detailed market findings presented in the PDF report, allowing rapid and easy in-depth analysis across FM markets. These new study findings provide market information to suppliers in the FM field and they assist the identification of new FM opportunities and give powerful strategic insights into new developments and applications.

Key Features

  1. Enables suppliers to profile key areas of FM markets relating to their own products and services and provides qualified prospects by end-user organisation name
  2. Analyses and ranks FM practices by global region, country, organisation type, methods, applications and others, helping suppliers to identify 'high opportunity' sectors relevant to their current FM products and future plans in these fields, supporting targeted marketing and reducing costs and risks
  3. Provides key information in growing and developing areas of the FM market, helping suppliers focus resources on FM growth areas, supporting new sales opportunities in important sectors
  4. Helps suppliers to evolve and extend their own strategic visions, future plans and operational activities in the FM field
  5. Enables suppliers to identify, analyse and rank end-user practices and needs and build new customer relationships in leading FM market sectors.


FM 2017 Market Study

This study provides detailed market data on the use of FM across all global regions (also stratified across EMEA, Americas and Asia Pacific), covering 91 countries. Leading countries in terms of FM use are also identified, together with top users by country state or county, city and organisation name.

FM 2017 identified more than 2,200 FM end-user laboratories globally, which are profiled across key market areas allowing the analysis of all key sectors, developments and opportunities in this field.

Organistion types using FM are profiled as part of this study including hospitals, research institutes, universities and companies. The departments in which these organisations use these methods are also identified.

The PDF report provides an in-depth analysis of key findings across all major sectors, and identifies key developments and opportunities, growth and end-user costs in this diverse field.

FM market areas have been profiled applications, FM modes, confocal FM, super-resolution, dyes, sample types, clinical or other use, bacteria, diseases, cell types, software, global regions (e.g. North America), Americas, EMEA, Asia Pacific segmentation, countries, end-user organisation types, departments, end-user organisations by name (as a source of qualified prospects) and other areas.

These findings assist suppliers in FM fields to keep pace with end-users' laboratory activities and needs. They also offer a highly cost-effective source of marketing and sales related information and give new insights into today's evolving clinical and research FM fields.


FM 2017 Market Database

The FM 2017 global database contains more than 2,100 individual records of FM end-user organisations, covering studies reported between January 2013 and December 2016. It gives easy access to market datasets and provides valuable FM market insights.

This database is provided as an easy-to-use Excel file which can be rapidly analysed using Pivot Tables. This allows tables and graphs of all FM market sectors or segments to be easily generated in minutes.

Pivot table analysis allows the analysis of FM market data across all segments, allowing established FM methods and applications to be analysed, as well as newer developments and market opportunities.

Data contained in the FM 2017 database allows side-by-side comparisons of current and developing FM practices and applications across key sectors of this market.

This database enables easy analysis of FM practices from the methods and applications FM end-users are running, to more powerful analyses of relationships in the market, offering market predictions and trend analysis.

The market data presented in FM 2017 provides a valuable source of qualified sales prospects, based on the current and developing use of FM across multiple organisations and sectors.


Key Goals:

  • Identify sufficient numbers of published studies on the use of FM to enable Laboratory Markets to substantially identify all major FM laboratories globally, as a basis for calculating market sizes and for accurately profiling sectors, growth and opportunities in this field
  • Enable suppliers to profile key areas of FM markets relevant to their own products and services and provide relevant qualified prospects by end-user organisation name
  • Analyse and rank FM practices by country, end-user departments, global regions, countries, organisation names, organisation types (hospitals, clinics, medical centres etc), departments, FM applications, FM modes, confocal FM, super-resolution, dyes, sample types, clinical or other use, bacteria, diseases, cell types, software and other areas, assisting suppliers to identify sectors relevant to their current products and future plans in these fields, supporting targeted marketing and reducing costs and risks
  • Provide key information on growing and developing areas of the FM market, helping suppliers to focus their resources on these areas, supporting new sales opportunities in leading market sectors
  • Help suppliers to evolve and extend their own strategic visions, future plans and operational activities in FM
  • Enable suppliers to identify, analyse and rank end-user practices and needs and build new customer relationships in leading FM market sectors
  • Provide in-depth market data that suppliers can analyse alongside their own market information and insights into specific areas of the market, to assist in the identification of new market opportunities and reduce risk in important areas of commercial decision-making


FM Market Study

1. Market Size

Market size estimates provided in this report are based on the 'analysis' market, namely the routine costs associated with the day-to day-use of FM. Estimates are based on the numbers of leading laboratories worldwide that use FM, annual sample throughputs and per sample costs. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

2. Market Growth

Market growth estimates (% change and CAGR) provided in this report are based on the numbers of studies reported by the leading FM laboratories worldwide, covering the periods 2014 to December 2016 inclusive. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

3. Global Regions

The use of FM was investigated by global region. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

4. Countries

The use of FM was investigated by country. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, other countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

5. Organisation Types

The use of FM was analysed across specific organisation types.These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, other organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

6. Departments

The use of FM was analysed across end-user departments. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), other departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

7. Clinical and Research Use

All FM studies cited in this report were reviewed to establish the clinical (e.g. involving patients or volunteers) or research use. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

8. Applications

The use of FM in terms of applications including Nanoparticles, Gene expression, Single molecule, Bacterial, Cytotoxicity, Live cells, Adhesion, Cell viability, Neurones, Apoptosis, Cytoskeleton, Cellular localisation, Morphology, 3D Imaging, Cell growth, Lipids, Metabolism, Calcium, Cell migration, Membrane potential, Fluorescent proteins, Reactive oxygen species, Cell dynamics, Cell function, Extracellular matrix, Translocation, Microtubules, Spatial resolution, Diagnostics, Membranes, Biomarkers, Molecular dynamics, Intracellular localisation, 2D Imaging, Macromolecules, Parasites, Temporal events, Protein-protein interactions, Cell counting, DNA repair, Ion measurements, Intracellular trafficking, Immune cells, Mutagenesis, Single cells, Metabolites, in vivo studies and others. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

9. FM Modes

The use of FM in terms of modes including Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer, Laser Scanning Confocal, Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy, After Photobleaching, Total internal reflection fluorescence, Hyperspectral Imaging, Structured Illumination Microscopy, Differential interference contrast, Stimulated Emission Depletion, Fluorescence Recovery, light sheet, Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy, harmonic generation microscopy, Spinning Disk Confocal, Photoactivated Localization Microscopy, Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching, super resolution, Time-lapse live cell imaging, Photo-activated localization microscopy, Super-resolution optical fluctuation imaging, Light sheet fluorescence microscopy, Photokinetics, 3D super resolution, light emitting diode (LED) fluorescence microscopy, WF Fluorescence, Widefield epifluorescence, fluorescence intravital video microscopy and time-resolved fluorescence anisotropy imaging. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

10. Confocal FM

The use of confocal FM. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

11. Super-Resolution

The use of Super Resolution FM. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

12. Dyes

The use of FM in terms of dyes including Annexin, GFP, Autofluorescence, Alexa 488, Coumarin, Fluorescein isothiocyanate, Ethidium bromide, Carboxyfluorescein, Cy3, Alexa 647, Fluo-4, Mcherry, Auramine, Fura-2, Dihydroethidium, Nile red, Filipin, Fluo-3, Hoechst 33342, Concanavalin A, Laurdan, DCFH-DA, Atto 488, Alexa 555, Congo red, Alexa 568, BCECF, Fluorescent protein, Atto 647n, Mitotracker, Di-4-Aneppdhq, Calcofluor white, Alexa 546, Alexa 594, Nile blue, Cyto-ID, Celltracker, Dtomato, M540, FM4-64, JC-1, Fast blue, Lipid dyes, Aniline blue, Bodipy 493/503, Hoechst, Alizarin red, Flourescein, Actin-GFP and DAP. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

13. Sample Types

The use of FM in terms of sample types including Stem Cells, Cell lines, Live Cells, Actin, Proteins, Lipids, Bacterial, Escherichia coli, Human cells, Cell culture, Collagen, Endothelial cells, Cancer cells, Brain cells, Fixed samples, Hela cells, Particles, Quantum dots, Polymers, Differentiate, Bone Marrow, Fibroblasts, Macrophages, Cultured cells, Cardiomyocytes, Amyloid, Mammalian cells, Spermatozoa, Cells in vitro, HEK cells, Micelles, Liver cells, Plant materials, Bone cells, Arabidopsis cells, Arteries, Tissues, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Bladder cells, Mouse cells, Mesenchymal stem cells, Vesicles, Sputum, Biopsies, Leukocytes, Fish cells, Kidney cells, Hepatocytes, Emulsions and Cyanobacteria. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

14. Diseases

The use of FM in terms of diseases including Breast Cancer, Liver Cancer, Diabetes, Lung Cancer, Alzheimer's Disease, Cardiovascular, Prostate cancer, Drug Resistance, Atherosclerosis, Tuberculosis, leukaemia, Cervical cancer, Gastric Cancer, Stiffness, Glioma, lymphoma, Ovarian cancer, Herpes, Neuroblastoma, Pneumonia, Glioblastoma, Ototoxicity, Parkinson Disease, Autoimmune Disease, Edema, Asthma, Depression, Arrhythmia, Osteoarthritis, Thrombosis, Malignancy, Bladder Cancer, Antibiotic Resistance, Cholera, Fracture, Cataract, Pregnancy, Myocardial Infarction, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Blood Pressure, Infertility, Periodontal disease, Malaria, Colitis, Infusion, Age-Related Macular Degeneration, Hypertension, Chagas Disease, Dehydration, Brain tumor and Huntington's disease. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

15. Cells

The use of FM in terms of cells including Bacterial cells, Cancer cellc, live cells, Cell lines, Viruses, Stem cell, Hela cell, liposomes, Lymphocytes, Plant cell, Human cell, Gametes, Animal cells, Mesenchymal cell, ectoderm cells, Drosophila cells, Insect cell, Retinal cells, endoderm cells and Fish cells. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

16. Software

The use of FM in terms of software including IDL, ICY, Comet, Image J, Matlab, Python, Imaris, Fiji, Micromanager, MetaMorph, Huygens and Bioimage. These findings can be segmented across all other areas of the study including, countries, organisation names, organisation types (e.g. hospitals, research institutes, universities, companies, etc.), departments and other sectors covered in the study. In all cases, the organisations reporting the use of FM are identified by name.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Publisher name Laboratory Markets Ltd
Format PDF + Excel
Page count 165
Publication date 1 Feb 2017
Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1. Methodology
1.2. FM2017 Market Study

Chapter 2. FM Regions, Global
2.1 Major Global Regions
Figure 2.1 FM by major global regions, FM2017
Table 2.1 FM by major global regions, FM2017
2.2 Other Global Regions
Figure 2.2 FM across other global regions, FM2017
Table 2.2 FM across other global regions, FM2017
2.3 Countries
Figure 2.3 FM by global countries, FM2017
Table 2.3 FM by countries, FM2017

Chapter 3. FM Region, Americas
3.1 Countries
Figure 3.1 FM by country across the Americas, FM2017
Table 3.1 FM by country across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 4. FM Region, EMEA
4.1 Countries
Figure 4.1 FM by country across EMEA, FM2017
Table 4.1 FM by country across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 5. FM Region, Asia Pacific
5.1 Countries
Figure 5.1 FM by country across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 5.1 FM by country across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 6. FM Organisation Types, Global
6.1 Organisation Types
Figure 6.1 FM by organisation type, globally, FM2017
Table 6.1 FM by organisation type, globally, FM2017

Chapter 7. FM Organisation Types, Americas
7.1 Organisation Types
Figure 7.1 FM by organisation type across the Americas, FM2017
Table 7.1 FM by organisation type across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 8. FM Organisation Types, EMEA
8.1 Organisation Types
Figure 8.1 FM by organisation type across EMEA, FM2017
Table 8.1 FM by organisation type across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 9. FM Organisation Types, Asia Pacific
9.1 Organisation Types
Figure 9.1 FM by organisation type across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 9.1 FM by organisation type across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 10. FM Departments, Global
10.1 Departments
Figure 10.1 FM by department types, globally, FM2017
Table 10.1 FM by department types, globally, FM2017

Chapter 11. FM Departments, Americas
11.1 Departments
Figure 11.1 FM by department types across the Americas, FM2017
Table 11.1 FM by department types across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 12. FM Departments, EMEA
12.1 Departments
Figure 12.1 FM by department types, EMEA, FM2017
Table 12.1 FM by department types, EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 13. FM Departments, Asia Pacific
13.1 Departments
Figure 13.1 FM by department types across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 13.1 FM by department types across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 14. FM Clinical/Other Use, Global
14.1 Clinical/Other use
Figure 14.1 FM for clinical or other purposes, FM2017

Chapter 15. FM Clinical/Other Use, Americas
15.1 Clinical/Other use
Figure 15.1 FM for clinical or other purposes across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 16. FM Clinical/Other Use, EMEA
16.1 Clinical/Other use
Figure 16.1 FM for clinical or other purposes across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 17. FM Clinical/Other Use, Asia Pacific
17.1 Clinical/Other use
Figure 17.1 FM for clinical or other purposes across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 18. FM Modes, Global
18.1 Modes
Figure 18.1 FM and Modes globally, FM2017
Table 18.1 FM and Modes globally, FM2017
3D super resolution

Chapter 19. FM Modes, Americas
19.1 Modes
Figure 19.1 FM and Modes used across the Americas, FM2017
Table 19.1 FM and Modes used across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 20. FM Modes, EMEA
20.1 Modes
Figure 20.1 FM and Modes used across EMEA, FM2017
Table 20.1 FM and Modes used across EMEA, FM2017
3D super resolution

Chapter 21. FM Modes, Asia Pacific
21.1 Modes
Figure 21.1 FM and Modes used across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 21.1 FM and Modes used across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 22. FM Applications, Global
22.1 Applications
Figure 22.1 FM and Applications globally, FM2017
Table 22.1 FM and Applications globally, FM2017
3D Imaging
2D Imaging

Chapter 23. FM Applications, Americas
23.1 Applications
Figure 23.1 FM and Applications across the Americas, FM2017
Table 23.1 FM and Applications across the Americas, FM2017
3D Imaging

Chapter 24. FM Applications, EMEA
24.1 Applications
Figure 24.1 FM and Applications across EMEA, FM2017
Table 24.1 FM and Applications across EMEA, FM2017
3D Imaging

Chapter 25. FM Applications, Asia Pacific
25.1 Applications
Figure 25.1 FM and Applications across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 25.1 FM Applications across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
3D Imaging

Chapter 26. FM Confocal, Global
26.1 Confocal
Figure 26.1 FM and Confocal globally, FM2017
Table 26.1 FM and Confocal globally, FM2017

Chapter 27. FM Confocal, Americas
27.1 Confocal
Figure 27.1 FM and Confocal across the Americas, FM2017
Table 27.1 FM and Confocal across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 28. FM Confocal, EMEA
28.1 Confocal
Figure 28.1 FM and Confocal across EMEA, FM2017
Table 28.1 FM and Confocal across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 29. FM Confocal, Asia Pacific
29.1 Confocal
Figure 29.1 FM Confocal used across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 29.1 FM Confocal used across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 30. FM Super-Resolution, Global
30.1 Super-Resolution
Figure 30.1 FM and Super-Resolution globally, FM2017
Table 30.1 FM and Super-Resolution globally, FM2017

Chapter 31. FM Super-Resolution, Americas
31.1 Super-Resolution
Figure 31.1 FM and Super-Resolution across the Americas, FM2017
Table 31.1 FM and Super-Resolution across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 32. FM Super-Resolution, EMEA
32.1 Super-Resolution
Figure 32.1 FM and Super-Resolution used across EMEA, FM2017
Table 32.1 FM and Super-Resolution used across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 33. FM Super-Resolution, Asia Pacific
33.1 Super-Resolution
Figure 33.1 FM and Super-Resolution across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 33.1 FM and Super-Resolution across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 34. FM Dyes, Global
34.1 Dyes
Figure 34.1 FM and Dyes globally, FM2017
Table 34.1 FM and Dyes globally, FM2017

Chapter 35. FM Dyes, Americas
35.1 Dyes
Figure 35.1 FM and Dyes across the Americas, FM2017
Table 35.1 FM and Dyes across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 36. FM Dyes, EMEA
36.1 Dyes
Figure 36.1 FM and Dyes across EMEA, FM2017
Table 36.1 FM and Dyes across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 37. FM Dyes, Asia Pacific
37.1 Dyes
Figure 37.1 FM and Dyes across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 37.1 FM and Dyes across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 38. FM Sample Types, Global
38.1 Sample Types
Figure 38.1 FM and Sample Types globally, FM2017
Table 38.1 FM and Sample Types globally, FM2017
3D cell structure

Chapter 39. FM Sample Types, Americas
39.1 Sample Types
Figure 39.1 FM and Sample Types across the Americas, FM2017
Table 39.1 FM and Sample Types across the Americas, FM2017
Chapter 40. FM Sample Types, EMEA

40.1 Sample Types
Figure 40.1 FM and Sample Types across EMEA, FM2017
Table 40.1 FM Sample Types across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 41. FM Sample Types, Asia Pacific
41.1 Sample Types
Figure 41.1 FM and Sample Types across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 41.1 FM and Sample Types across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 42. FM Clinical/Other, Global
42.1 Clinical/Other
Figure 42.1 FM and Clinical/Other globally, FM2017
Table 42.1 FM and Clinical/Other globally, FM2017

Chapter 43. FM Clinical/Other, Americas
43.1 Clinical/Other
Figure 43.1 FM and Clinical/Other used across the Americas, FM2017
Table 43.1 FM and Clinical/Other used across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 44. FM Clinical/Other, EMEA
44.1 Clinical/Other
Figure 44.1 FM and Clinical/Other used across EMEA, FM2017
Table 44.1 FM and Clinical/Other used across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 45. FM Clinical/Other, Asia Pacific
45.1 Clinical/Other
Figure 45.1 FM and Clinical/Other used across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 45.1 FM and Clinical/Other used across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 46. FM Bacteria, Global
46.1 Bacteria
Figure 46.1 FM and Bacteria globally, FM2017
Table 46.1 FM and Bacteria globally, FM2017

Chapter 47. FM Bacteria, Americas
47.1 Bacteria
Figure 47.1 FM and Bacteria across the Americas, FM2017
Table 47.1 FM and Bacteria across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 48. FM Bacteria, EMEA
48.1 Bacteria
Figure 48.1 FM and Bacteria across EMEA, FM2017
Table 48.1 FM and Bacteria across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 49. FM Bacteria, Asia Pacific
49.1 Bacteria
Figure 49.1 FM and Bacteria across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 49.1 FM Bacteria across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 50. FM Diseases, Global
50.1 Diseases
Figure 50.1 FM and Diseases globally, FM2017
Table 50.1 FM and Diseases globally, FM2017

Chapter 51. FM Diseases, Americas
51.1 Diseases
Figure 51.1 FM and Diseases across the Americas, FM2017
Table 51.1 FM and Diseases across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 52. FM Diseases, EMEA
52.1 Diseases
Figure 52.1 FM and Diseases across EMEA, FM2017
Table 52.1 FM and Diseases across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 53. FM Diseases, Asia Pacific
53.1 Diseases
Figure 53.1 FM Diseases used across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 53.1 FM Diseases used across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 54. FM Cells, Global
54.1 Cells
Figure 54.1 FM and Cells globally, FM2017
Table 54.1 FM and Cells globally, FM2017

Chapter 55. FM Cells, Americas
55.1 Cells
Figure 55.1 FM and Cells across the Americas, FM2017
Table 55.1 FM and Cells across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 56. FM Cells, EMEA
56.1 Cells
Figure 56.1 FM and Cells used across EMEA, FM2017
Table 56.1 FM and Cells used across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 57. FM Cells, Asia Pacific
57.1 Cells
Figure 57.1 FM and Cells across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 57.1 FM and Cells across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 58. FM Software, Global
58.1 Software
Figure 58.1 FM and Software globally, FM2017
Table 58.1 FM and Software globally, FM2017

Chapter 59. FM Software, Americas
59.1 Software
Figure 59.1 FM and Software across the Americas, FM2017
Table 59.1 FM and Software across the Americas, FM2017

Chapter 60. FM Software, EMEA
60.1 Software
Figure 60.1 FM and Software across EMEA, FM2017
Table 60.1 FM and Software across EMEA, FM2017

Chapter 61. FM Software, Asia Pacific
61.1 Software
Figure 61.1 FM and Software across the Asia Pacific, FM2017
Table 61.1 FM and Software across the Asia Pacific, FM2017

Chapter 62. FM Growth, Costs and Market Size 
62.1 Growth, Global Countries
Figure 62.1 Top-10 global counties by growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 global counties by growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.2 Growth, Americas Countries
Figure 62.1 Top-5 Americas counties by growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 Americas counties by growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.3 Growth, EMEA Countries
Figure 62.1 Top-10 EMEA counties by growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 EMEA counties by growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.4 Growth, Asia Pacific Countries
Figure 62.1 Top-5 Asia Pacific counties by growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 Asia Pacific counties by growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.5 Modes Globally
Figure 62.1 Top-10 global Modes growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 global Modes growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.6 Modes Americas
Figure 62.1 Top-10 Americas Modes growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 Americas Modes growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.7 Modes EMEA
Figure 62.1 Top-10 EMEA Modes growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 EMEA Modes growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.8 Modes Asia Pacific
Figure 62.1 Top-10 Asia Pacific Modes growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 Asia Pacific Modes growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.9 Applications Globally
Figure 62.1 Top-10 global Applications growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 global Applications growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.10 Applications Americas
Figure 62.1 Top-10 Americas Applications growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 Americas Applications growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.11 Applications EMEA
Figure 62.1 Top-10 EMEA Applications growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 EMEA Applications growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.12 Applications Asia Pacific
Figure 62.1 Top-10 Asia Pacific Applications growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
Table 62.1 Top-10 Asia Pacific Applications growth in FM studies, 2013 to 2015 
62.13 Global Market Size
62.14 Americas Market Size
62.15 EMEA Market Size
62.16 Asia Pacific Market Size

Chapter 63. Discussion

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