AI in Genomics, Handy in Detection of COVID-19 variants

In 2021, the global pharmacogenomics market was worth $5,527.2 million, which is set to reach $10,505.3 million, rising at a CAGR of 7.4% from 2021 to 2030. The growing use of pharmacogenomics in the development and discovery of medicines, increasing rate of adverse drug reactions (ADRs), shift from reactive to preventive care, and growing prevalence of cancers and infectious diseases are the key drivers for market growth.

Therefore, key players are extensively involved in seeking approvals and product launches to remain competitive. They include Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd., Myriad Genetics Inc., Abbott Laboratories, Admera Health LLC, QIAGEN N.V., Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings, 23andMe Inc., Exact Sciences Corporation, and Mesa Laboratories Inc.