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Weight Loss Market Analysis, Global API Manufacturers and Phase III Pipeline Assessment, 2014

MUMBAI, August 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

'Weight Loss- Market Analysis, Global API Manufacturers and Phase III Pipeline Assessment, 2014', report provides comprehensive insights about phase III pipeline drugs and marketed drugs across the indication. A key objective of the report is to establish the understanding for API Manufacturers for marketed and Phase III pipeline drugs across the different countries and regions. While the leading brands, companies and chemicals are considered thoroughly, the report also provides details on the drug master filings across the US, Europe and Asia specifically China and India. The research, analysis also presents the global sales forecasts data till 2015. The report is also giving insight about the patent and exclusivity details of all the drugs across the indication.

Secondary sources information and data has been collected from various printable and non-printable sources like search engines, News websites, Government Websites, Trade Journals, White papers, Magazines, Trade associations, Books, Industry Portals, Industry Associations and access to available databases.

Scope 

  • A snapshot of the global Market therapeutics scenario for weight loss.
  • A review of the marketed products under prescription for weight loss, regulatory information and marketing status.
  • Coverage of global patent coverage and detailed commentaries on the US patent challenges.
  • Graphical representation of investigational products for patent expiry and market exclusivities across the globe.
  • Product profiles for marketed products for Weight Loss with complete description of mechanism of action, therapeutic class, target, route(s) of administration and chemical details.
  • Coverage of API Manufacturers for Weight Loss drugs in the United States, Europe and Asian Regions with location details.
  • Coverage of Regulatory filings in the US, Europe, and Asia specifically India and China for Weight Loss drugs.
  • Coverage of Route of Synthesis of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient associated with Weight Loss drugs.
  • Coverage of Weight Loss Phase III pipeline products featuring sections on product description, mechanism of action, Chemical details and research & development progress.
  • Coverage of the United States Drug Master File (US DMF) available for Phase III Pipeline Drugs.
  • Key discontinued Marketed products.
  • Global Sales Figure from 2011-2015.

Reasons to buy 

  • Evaluate the marketing status and exclusivity details of Weight Loss key products to exploit opportunities for generic drug development opportunities.
  • Identify and understand important and diverse types of therapeutics under Phase III development for Weight Loss.
  • Design effective counter-strategies to gain competitive advantage by identifying the key patent expiry details and exclusivity with respect to Weight Loss.
  • API intelligence over marketed drugs for Weight Loss and gaining primary intelligence over active ingredients manufacturers across the globe.
  • API intelligence over leading Phase III pipeline drugs.
  • Develop and design strategies by identifying the API manufacturers for Phase III pipeline products to enhance and expand business potential and scope.
  • Understanding the scope of the Phase III Drugs with nil regulatory filings.
  • Understanding the chemical route of synthesis of approved drugs for Weight Loss.
  • Uncovering opportunities in the rapidly growing the US markets.

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Table of Contents 

  • Indication Overview
  • Marketed Drugs Assessment
  • Marketed Details of Drugs by Application Type
  • Marketed Details of Drugs (NDA) by Marketing Status
  • Marketed Details of Drugs by Patent Expiration Timeline
  • The Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) Manufacturers Assessment
  • The API Manufacturers by the United States Drug Master File (US DMF) Status
  • The API Manufacturers by the US DMF Status (Drug Specific)
  • The Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) Manufacturers Assessment for Phase III Pipeline Drugs
  • The API Manufacturers by the US DMF Status (Drug Specific)
  • Drugs Market Data and Forecasted Sales Figures (2011-2015)
  • Marketed Drugs Information
  • Drugs Description
  • Route of Synthesis
  • Global Active Pharmaceutical Manufacturers
  • Approval Status
  • Patent and Exclusivity Details
  • Company Overview
  • Phase III Drugs Information
  • Phase III Drugs Description
  • The United States Drug Master Filings (US DMF)
  • Discontinued Drugs Information

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