DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/zt3jtn/biosimulation) has announced the addition of the "Biosimulation Trends" report to their offering.
Biosimulation is the mathematical simulation of complex, large biological processes on a computer. Biosimulation is being adopted at a faster pace, to extract and interpret vital data from experiments during drug discovery and development.
The report analyzes and presents an overview of Biosimulation market worldwide. The report provides global market estimates and projections for Biosimulation in US dollars for the years 2012 through 2017. Supported with 1 market data table, the report highlights the ever increasing permanence of Biosimulation. The report also provides a review of Biosimulation Models, and Biosimulation software.
Key Topics Covered:
1. BIOSIMULATION - A MARKET OVERVIEW
- A Prelude
- Biosimulation - Revolutionizing Drug Discovery
- Biosimulation - Models
- Biosimulation Software
2. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY
- Accelrys Introduces Discovery Studio 3.5
- Rhenovia Pharma Introduces Drug Development Programs for Orphan, Neglected and Rare Neurodegenerative Diseases
- Rhenovia Pharma Sets Up International Subsidiary in the US
- Rhenovia Pharma Inks an Agreement with Portmann
- Entelos and RegeneMed Introduce iToxFX Service
3. MARKET PARTICIPANTS
- Accelrys, Inc.
- Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc.
- Anoixis Corporation
- Aptiv Solutions
- Chemical Computing Group, Inc.
- Cognigen Corporation
- Compugen Ltd.
- Entelos, Inc.
- Genedata AG
- GNS Healthcare
- Immunetrics, Inc.
- INOSIM Software GmbH
- Insilico Biotechnology AG
- Kinetigen, Inc.
- Leadscope, Inc.
- Molecular Knowledge Systems, Inc.
- Nimbus Discovery LLC
- Novo Nordisk A/S
- Open Eye Scientific Software, Inc.
- Optimata Ltd.
- PhinC Development
- Physiomics PLC
- Rhenovia Pharma SAS
- Rosa & Company LLC
- Schrodinger LLC
- Simcyp Ltd.
- Tessella Ltd.
- VirtuCel, Inc.
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