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Hybridization technique


As per available reports about 10 relevant journals, 15 Conferences, 30 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Hybridization technique and about 2,070 articles are being published on Hybridization technique.

Nucleic acid hybridization is a fundamental tool in molecular genetics which take the advantage of the ability of individual single stranded nucleic acid molecules to form double stranded molecules that is to hybridize to each other. Hybridization technique is an important tool of molecular biotechnology which is used to identify related or identical molecules. Nucleic acid hybridization assays involve a labeled nucleic acid probe to identify related DNA or RNA molecules present within a complex mixture of unlabelled nucleic acid molecules and also the technique can be applied for the identification of chromosomes or intact cells and the procedure is called as in situ hybridization.

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Scope and Importance

The importance of hybridization in plant speciation and evolution has been debated for decades, with opposing views of hybridization as either a creative evolutionary force or evolutionary noise. Hybrid speciation may occur at either the homoploid (i.e., between two species of the same ploidy) or the polyploid level, each with its attendant genetic and evolutionary consequences. Whereas allopolyploidy (i.e., resulting from hybridization and genome doubling) has long been recognized as an important mode of plant speciation, the implications of genome duplication have typically not been taken into account in most fields of plant biology. Recent developments in genomics are revolutionizing our views of angiosperm genomes, demonstrating that perhaps all angiosperms have likely undergone at least one round of polyploidization and that hybridization has been an important force in generating angiosperm species diversity. Hybridization and polyploid formation continue to generate species diversity, with several new allopolyploids having originated just within the past century or so. The origins of polyploid species-whether via hybridization between species or between genetically differentiated populations of a single species-and the immediate genetic consequences of polyploid formation are therefore receiving enthusiastic attention. The time is therefore right for a review of the role of hybridization in plant speciation.

Nucleic acid hybridization is a fundamental tool in molecular genetics which take the advantage of the ability of individual single stranded nucleic acid molecules to form double stranded molecules that is to hybridize to each other. Hybridization technique is an important tool of molecular biotechnology which is used to identify related or identical molecules. Nucleic acid hybridization assays involve a labeled nucleic acid probe to identify related DNA or RNA molecules present within a complex mixture of unlabelled nucleic acid molecules and also the technique can be applied for the identification of chromosomes or intact cells and the procedure is called as in situ hybridization.

Market Analysis

The report "In-Situ Hybridization Market by Type (DNA, RNA), by Application (Cancer, Diagnosis, Cytology, Immunology), by End User (Hospitals, Pharma & Biotech, Research Labs), by Geography - Analysis and Forecast to 2019", the global in-situ hybridization market was valued at $554.4 Million 2014, and is estimated to reach $681.0 Million by 2019, at a CAGR of 4.2% during the forecast period, 2014 to 2019.

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Relevant Society and Associations

1.All India Biotech Association

2.Association of Biotechnology Led Enterprises

3Biotechnology Industry Organization

4.European Association of Pharma Biotechnology

5.European Biopharmaceutical Enterprises

6.European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations

7.Japan Bioindustry Association

8.American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

9.ASCPT American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics

10.ASGT American Society of Gene Therapy

11.ASMUSA American Society for Microbiology

Companies

1.Johnson & Johnson

2.Novartis

3.Roche

4.Pfizer

5.Merck

6.Novo Nordisk

7.Gilead Sciences

8.Sanofi

9.Amgen

10.Allergan

11.GlaxoSmithKline

12.Bayer

13.Bristol-Myers Squibb

14.Biogen Idec

15.AbbVie

16.Celgene

17.AstraZeneca

18.Eli Lilly & Co

19.Abbott Laboratories

20.Valeant Pharmaceuticals

21.Teva Pharmaceutical

22.Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc

23.Shire Pharmaceuticals

24.Alexion Pharmaceuticals

25.Mylan

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