According to PersistenceMarketResearch, the global ADME-Tox Screening Systems Market will witness a CAGR of more than 11% between 2020 and 2030.
ADME-Tox screening system implies an integrated workstation to describe absorption, metabolism, distribution, and excretion properties regarding drug molecules. There is a biochemical assay tester that does measure the drug molecule’s physicochemical properties.
By technology, ADME-Tox screening system constitutes high throughput, cell culture, OMICS technology, and molecular imaging. By application, it states hepatotoxicity, renal toxicity, systemic toxicity, neurotoxicity, and others. By method, it’s cellular assay, biochemical assay, in silica, and ex-vivo.
Out of these, systemic toxicity holds more than 70% of the market share. This could be credited to the fact that systemic circulation is amongst the most preferred methods of distribution of drugs. The other applications expected to show promising growth are hepatotoxicity and renal toxicity.
Also, cell assays are in great demand due to factors like near-natural, accurate, and highly detailed results in that regard. Though the assays don’t do away with clinical trials but make the entire process less cumbersome. This factor is likely to drive the ADME Tox Screening Systems market in the upcoming period.
Also, the US FDA is asking companies to go for ADME toxicology testing on the animals that experience the same state of disease as humans with the objective of drawing clear line between results through normal animals and real-time results.
North America dominates the ADME-Tox Screening systems market. Moreover, the major share of revenue comes from content/throughput screening. Europe stands second. The Asia-Pacific is expected to grow at a noteworthy rate between 2020 and 2030 due to an ever-increasing focus on adopting new-fangled technologies for improving standards of the medicines supplied. Japan and China are the key revenue generators.
The key market participants include Boehringer Ingelheim, CymaBay Therapeutics, AbbVie, Charles River Laboratories International Inc., Agilent Technologies, Inc., Accelrys Inc., Albany Molecular Research Inc., Amgen, Catalent Inc., Beckman Coulter Inc., Biocon, and Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Failure regarding ultimate stages of the clinical trials is prompting for more investments in discovery and development of drugs. This calls for ADME Tox Screening Systems and the status quo is expected to remain unchanged further.
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