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The synthetic lethality-based drugs and targets market is projected to grow at an annualized rate of ~18%, till 2030

Roots Analysishas done a detailed study on “Synthetic Lethality-based Drugs and Targets Market, 2019-2030: Focus on DNA Repair (including PARP Inhibitors) and Other Novel Cellular Pathways” covering key aspects of the industry’s evolution and identifying potential future growth opportunities.

 

To order this 485+ page report, which features 195+ figures and 200+ tables, please visit this link

 

Key Market Insights

§  An analysis of recent activity on Twitter confirms the rising interest in this domain as stakeholders attempt to harness the therapeutic potential of synthetic lethality

§  About 75 drug candidates based on synlet gene pairs are being evaluated for the treatment of various types of cancers; presently, there are over 20 screening platforms enabling therapy development efforts

§  The pipeline features both small molecules and biologic drugs based on different synlet targets for treating a variety of oncological and non-oncological indications

§  Innovation in this domain is evident across the plethora of scientific articles published in prestigious journals, highlighting key focus areas and prevalent / upcoming trends

§  Over time, several non-profit organizations have extended financial support to aid research efforts in this domain; the current focus appears to be on the identification of novel synlet targets across different clinical conditions

§  Significant advances in research have led to the discovery of a wide array of synlet targets; over time, substantial intellectual capital has been generated and validated by eminent scientists from renowned research institutes

§  To support innovation, several private and public investors have made substantial capital investments, totalling to approximately USD 5.1 billion, across 100 instances of funding

§  The personalized approach offered by companion diagnostics presents enormous opportunities for drug developers to partner with diagnostic test providers to improve patient / subject selection in clinical trials

§  Future growth of the market is likely to be driven by the success of clinical outcomes of late-stage molecules; industry stakeholders are optimistic about the vast potential of PARP inhibitors

§  In the mid to long term, the anticipated market opportunity is likely to be well distributed across advanced cancer indications, delivery routes and various global regions

 

For more information, please visit https://www.rootsanalysis.com/reports/view_document/synthetic-lethality-based-drugs-and-targets-market-2019-2030-focus-on-dna-repair-including-parp-inhibitors-and-other-novel-cellular-pathways/267.html

 

Table of Contents

 

1.                     PREFACE

1.1.                   Scope of the Report

1.2.                   Research Methodology

1.3.                   Chapter Outlines

 

2.                     EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 

3.                     INTRODUCTION TO DNA DAMAGE AND REPAIR SYSTEMS

3.1.                   Chapter Overview

3.2.                   Overview of Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) Damage

3.3.                   DNA Damaging Agents

3.3.1.                Endogenous DNA Damaging Agents

3.3.2.                Exogenous DNA Damaging Agents

3.3.3.                Other DNA Damaging Agents

3.4.                   DNA Damage Response System

3.4.1.                Key Components of DNA Repair System

 

3.5.                   Types of DNA Repair Systems

3.5.1.                Direct Repair

3.5.1.1.             Photoreactivation

3.5.1.2.             Alkyl Transferase Mediated Direct DNA Repair

3.5.1.3.             AlkB Mediated Direct DNA Repair

3.5.1.4.             DNA Ligase Mediated Direct DNA Repair

 

3.5.2.                Excision Repair

3.5.2.1.             Base Excision Repair (BER)

3.5.2.1.1.          BER Pathway: Key Enzymes

3.5.2.1.1.1.        DNA Glycosylases

3.5.2.1.1.2.        Apurinic / Apyrimidinic (AP) Endonucleases

3.5.2.1.1.3.        Other Enzymes

3.5.2.1.2.          Short-Patch Base Excision Repair

3.5.2.1.3.          Long-Patch Base Excision Repair

3.5.2.2.             Nucleotide Excision Repair (NER)

3.5.2.3.             Mismatch Repair

 

3.5.3.                Indirect Repair

3.5.3.1.             Homologous Recombination Repair (HRR)

3.5.3.2.             Non-Homologous End-Joining

 

3.6.                   Mutations in DNA Repair Genes

 

4.                     INTRODUCTION TO SYNTHETIC LETHALITY

4.1.                   Chapter Overview

4.2.                   Concept of Synthetic Lethality

4.2.1.                Historical Evolution of Synthetic Lethality

4.2.2.                HRR and Synthetic Lethality

4.2.3.                Other Synthetic Lethal Gene Interactions

4.2.4.                Advantages of Synthetic Lethality

4.2.5.                Limitations of Synthetic Lethality

 

4.3.                   Identification of Synlet Interactions

4.3.1.                Hypothesis-Driven Approach

4.3.2.                Screening-Based Approaches

4.3.2.1.             Chemical Library-Based Screening Approaches

4.3.2.1.1.          Non-Annotated Libraries

4.3.2.1.2.          Annotated Libraries

4.3.2.2.             Genome-Wide Interference-Based Screening Approaches

4.3.2.2.1.          Ribonucleic Acid Interference (RNAi) Based Synlet Target Identification

4.3.2.2.2.          Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (CRISPR) Based                              Synlet Target Identification

4.3.3.                In Silico Approaches

 

4.4.                   Prevalent Trends Related to Synthetic Lethality

4.4.1.                Recent News on Google: Emerging Focus Areas

4.4.2.                Google Trends Analysis: Historical Timeline

4.4.3.                Google Trends Analysis: Geographical Activity

4.4.4.                Google Trends Analysis: Other Key Terms Related to Synthetic Lethality

 

4.5                    Concluding Remarks

 

5.                     MARKET OVERVIEW

5.1.                   Chapter Overview

5.2.                   Synthetic Lethality-based Drugs: Marketed and Development Pipeline

5.2.1.                Analysis by Phase of Development

5.2.2.                Analysis by Type of Molecule

5.2.3.                Analysis by Type of Therapy

5.2.4.                Analysis by Type of Synlet Target

5.2.5.                Analysis by Therapeutic Area

5.2.6.                Analysis by Target Indication

5.2.7.                Analysis by Patient Segment

5.2.8.                Analysis by Route of Administration

 

5.3.                   Synthetic Lethality-based Drugs: List of Screening Platforms

5.4                    Synthetic Lethality-based Drugs: List of Drug Developers / Screening Platform Providers

5.4.1.                Analysis by Year of Establishment

5.4.2.                Analysis by Location of Headquarters

5.4.3.                Analysis by Company Size

5.4.4.                Analysis by Company Size and Location of Headquarters

5.4.5.                Leading Drug Developers

 

6.                     COMPANY PROFILES

6.1.                   Chapter Overview

6.2.                   Profiles of Established Players

6.2.1.                AbbVie

6.2.1.1.             Company Overview

6.2.1.2.             Synthetic Lethality-based Drug Portfolio

6.2.1.2.1.          Veliparib (ABT-888)

6.2.1.3.             Recent Developments and Future Outlook

 

6.2.2.                AstraZeneca

6.2.2.1.             Company Overview

6.2.2.2.             Synthetic Lethality-based Drug Portfolio

6.2.2.2.1.          Olaparib (Lynparza®

6.2.2.2.2.          AZD6738

6.2.2.2.3.          AZD1775

6.2.2.3.             Recent Developments and Future Outlook

 

6.2.3.                BeiGene

6.2.3.1.             Company Overview

6.2.3.2.             Synthetic Lethality-based Drug Portfolio

6.2.3.2.1.          Pamiparib (BGB-290)

6.2.3.3.             Recent Developments and Future Outlook

 

6.2.4.                Clovis Oncology

6.2.4.1.             Company Overview

6.2.4.2.             Synthetic Lethality-based Drug Portfolio

6.2.4.2.1.          Rucaparib (Rubraca®

6.2.4.3.             Recent Developments and Future Outlook

 

6.2.5.                GlaxoSmithKline

6.2.5.1.             Company Overview

6.2.5.2.             Synthetic Lethality-based Drug Portfolio

6.2.5.2.1.          Niraparib (Zejula®

6.2.5.3.             Recent Developments and Future Outlook

 

6.2.6.                Pfizer

6.2.6.1.             Company Overview

6.2.6.2.             Synthetic Lethality-based Drug Portfolio

6.2.6.2.1.          Talazoparib (TALZENNA®

6.2.6.3.             Recent Developments and Future Outlook

 

6.3.                   Profiles of Small and Mid-Sized Players

6.3.1.                AtlasMedx

6.3.2.                Chordia Therapeutics

6.3.3.                IDEAYA Biosciences

6.3.4.                Mission Therapeutics

6.3.5.                Repare Therapeutics

6.3.6.                Sierra Oncology

6.3.7.                SyntheX Labs

 

7.                     EMERGING TRENDS ON SOCIAL MEDIA

7.1.                   Chapter Overview

7.2.                   Scope and Methodology

7.3.                   Synthetic Lethality: Trends on Twitter

7.3.1.                Cumulative Year-Wise Activity

7.3.2.                Historical Trends in Volume of Tweets

7.3.3.                Evolutionary Trend Analysis

7.3.4.                Trending Words / Phrases on Twitter

7.3.5.                Most Prolific Contributors on Twitter



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