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[April 23, 2013]

Competitor Analysis: G-CSF and GM-CSF

Apr 23, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Competitor Analysis: G-CSF and GM-CSF" report to their offering.

The present Competitive Intelligence Report about G-CSF and GM-CSF product portfolios and R&D pipelines provides a competitor evaluation in the field of G-CSF & GM-CSF branded products in regulated markets and products in non-regulated markets, biosimilars (biogenerics, follow-on biologics) and next generation, longer acting products as of April 2013. Purchase of the pdf report includes a 6-month online access to the data of the report and any updates since the publication date. Credentials to access the database will be sent by e-mail and allow online work with the project data to print or export an individual report.

The report includes a compilation of currently marketed branded and non-branded G-CSF and GM-CSF products in regulated and non-regulated markets for treatment of chemotherapy-induced neutropenia. The report includes the market size of branded G-CSF products in 2012. It lists the most advanced biosimilars of G-CSF and next generation G-CSF and of GM-CSF in regulated markets and non-regulated markets. In addition, the report lists company-specific product portfolios and R&D pipelines of G-CSF/GM-CSF products and projects.

Competitor projects are listed in a tabular format providing information on: - Drug Codes, - Target / Mechanism of Action, - Class of Compound, - Company, - Product Category, - Indication, - R&D Stage and - additional comments with a hyperlink leading to the source of information.

For more information visit Research and Markets About Research and Markets Research and Markets is the world's leading source for international market research reports and market data. We provide you with the latest data on international and regional markets, key industries, the top companies, new products and the latest trends.

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