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Product SynopsisHemophilia is a genetic disorder where the body fails to coagulate blood when blood vessel is ruptured. Between itsvariants, hemophilia A is more common than hemophilia B. A very rare form of hemophilia namely acquired hemophilia results from abnormalities in immune system of an individual. Acquired hemophilia is not a genetic disorder. Common symptoms of hemophilia are internal and external bleeding episodes. Based on the treatment of hemophilia, global hemophilia therapeutics market is segmented as follows: Hemophilia A Hemophilia B The global hemophilia market is further segmented on the basis of medicines used in its treatment which are as follows: Octocogalfa Nonacogalfa Desmopressin Others In addition, many market... Read More
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Argon is an odorless, colorless, non-toxic and inflammable inert gas found abundantly in the earth’s atmosphere. Naturally, argon is formed due to the decay of potassium-40, which is present in the Earth’s crust. Due to its inertness, argon rarely undergoes any chemical reaction with other metals, elements or gases. Commercially, argon is produced by frictional distillation of liquid air. There are several isotopes available such as 40Ar, 38Ar and 36Ar presently. Argon is used for several applications such as industrial processes, wielding, research & development,...
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Pharmacogenomics deals with the study of inherited variations in human genes that affect an individual’s reaction to a particular drug. It co-integrates the genetic sciences with pharmaceutical science. Thus, it is the science of individualizing the drug, which is based on individual’s genetic makeup. And, many times pharmacogenomics are linked to personalized medicine, as the environmental conditions, genetic variations, and changing lifestyle greatly influence the type and severity of diseases as well as therapeutic responses that varies from person to person. In...