CRISPR Continues to Drive Gene Editing Market Growth, ReportJanuary 5, 2022
The gene editing market continues to expand in recent years and is projected to go beyond US$19.45 billion by 2028. This is according to the gene editing market report by type and global forecast released by Adroit Market Research.
According to the report, CRISPR has been the primary driver of the impressive growth of the gene editing market because of its precision in editing and cite-specific modifications. The establishment of new cell and gene therapy manufacturing centers and partnerships among biotechnology firms or receiving high investments have boosted the development of the global gene editing market in the past few years. This trend is expected to continue in the coming years.
Read the summary of the report for other details.
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