Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market

Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market Size, Share, Growth Analysis, By Technology(RNA Interference, siRNA), By Application(Oncology, Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs)), By Route of Administration(Pulmonary Delivery, Intravenous Injections), By Regional(North America, The U.S.) - Industry Forecast 2023-2030


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Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market Insights

Market Overview:

The global market for antisense & RNAi therapeutics commenced with an evaluation of USD 1.09 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to demonstrate a commendable compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.5% throughout the forecast period. A significant catalyst for this growth is the innovative potential of antisense technology, which offers the means to manipulate gene expression, rendering it a promising avenue for treating a diverse range of ailments. Recognizing this potential, companies are strategically capitalizing on this opportunity by directing investments towards research and development in this sector. As the capabilities of antisense and RNAi therapeutics continue to unfold, the market is poised for sustained expansion, harnessing the potential to revolutionize disease treatment approaches.

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Production and consumption patterns are being carefully compared to forecast the market. Other factors considered to forecast the market are the growth of the adjacent market, revenue growth of the key market vendors, scenario-based analysis, and market segment growth.

The market size was determined by estimating the market through a top-down and bottom-up approach, which was further validated with industry interviews. Considering the nature of the market we derived the Pharmaceuticals by segment aggregation, the contribution of the Pharmaceuticals in Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology & Life Sciences and vendor share.

To determine the growth of the market factors such as drivers, trends, restraints, and opportunities were identified, and the impact of these factors was analyzed to determine the market growth. To understand the market growth in detail, we have analyzed the year-on-year growth of the market. Also, historic growth rates were compared to determine growth patterns.

Segmentation Analysis:

The Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market is segmented by Technology, Application, Route of Administration, Regional. We are analyzing the market of these segments to identify which segment is the largest now and in the future, which segment has the highest growth rate, and the segment which offers the opportunity in the future.

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  • Based on Technology the market is segmented as, RNA Interference, siRNA, miRNA, Antisense RNA
  • Based on Application the market is segmented as, Oncology, Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs), Respiratory Disorders, Renal Diseases, Neurodegenerative Disorders, Genetic Disorders, Infectious Diseases, Other
  • Based on Route of Administration the market is segmented as, Pulmonary Delivery, Intravenous Injections, Intra-dermal Injections, Intraperitoneal Injections, Topical Delivery, Other Delivery Methods
  • Based on Regional the market is segmented as, North America, The U.S., Canada, Europe, Germany, U.K., Asia Pacific, Japan, China, Latin America, Brazil, Middle East & Africa, South Africa, KEY MARKET PLAYERS, GSK, Sanofi-Genzyme, Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Marina Biosciences

Regional Analysis:

Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market is being analyzed by North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Latin America (LATAM), Middle East & Africa (MEA) regions. Key countries including the U.S., Canada, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, China, India, Japan, Brazil, GCC Countries, and South Africa among others were analyzed considering various micro and macro trends.

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Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market : Risk Analysis

SkyQuest's expert analysts have conducted a risk analysis to understand the impact of external extremities on Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market. We analyzed how geopolitical influence, natural disasters, climate change, legal scenario, economic impact, trade & economic policies, social & ethnic concerns, and demographic changes might affect Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market's supply chain, distribution, and total revenue growth.

Competitive landscaping:

To understand the competitive landscape, we are analyzing key Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market vendors in the market. To understand the competitive rivalry, we are comparing the revenue, expenses, resources, product portfolio, region coverage, market share, key initiatives, product launches, and any news related to the Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market.

To validate our hypothesis and validate our findings on the market ecosystem, we are also conducting a detailed porter's five forces analysis. Competitive Rivalry, Supplier Power, Buyer Power, Threat of Substitution, and Threat of New Entry each force is analyzed by various parameters governing those forces.

Key Players Covered in the Report:

  • nsights
  • The global antisense & RNAi therapeutics market size was estimated at USD 1.09 billion in 2018 and is expected to witness a CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period. Antisense technology provides the opportunity to manipulate the gene expression and this is being considered as an effective treatment for various diseases. This opportunity is being cashed on by the companies and investing in R&D in this sector.
  • The possibility of studying gene function for disease management by regulating the gene expression by the malfunctioning gene, R&D carried out with respect to the treatment of uncommon neurodegenerative diseases, such as hereditary ATTR amyloidosis, are some of the other factors anticipated to drive the market.
  • Antisense and RNAi therapeutics enable specific and highly effective gene silencing, based on this factor, a fair number of gene silencing drugs are in the late-stage of development. The market is expected to grow in the forecast period owing to a number of companies that are into the development of molecules based on antisense technology.
  • Collaboration activities between the pharmaceutical companies and Contract Research Organizations (CROs) working on drug delivery are expected to have a positive impact on the antisense & RNAi therapeutics market growth. However, overcoming the challenges like unpredictable activity from the molecules and other delivery-related complications would prove to be the market changing development of antisense therapeutics.
  • In January 2016, Ionis Pharmaceuticals (previously Isis Pharmaceuticals) initiated a Phase-I study of ISIS-HBV-L Rx in collaboration with GSK Pharmaceuticals for the treatment of Hepatitis’s B viral infection. Another collaboration by Ionis pharmaceuticals with Akcea Therapeutics has led to the approval of the world’s first antisense-based molecule “Tegsdi” by the FDA and the European Commission in 2018.
  • However, there are many challenges associated with emerging antisense technology (and RNAi). One of the prominent bottlenecks is the drug delivery to the intended site. Drug delivery to the nervous tissues is one of the problems as the drug has to pass the blood-brain barrier. Companies are coming up with solutions to overcome these challenges.
  • The toxic effects caused is another challenge for the use of this technology. Determining the right dosage and vector for drug delivery of an antisense molecule is one of the most important steps to ensure safe administration. Companies have also faced rejections from the regulatory bodies. For instance, Akcea’s Waylivra, an antisense molecule to treat familial chylomicronemia syndrome was rejected by the FDA. These factors would push companies to develop better vectors, delivery solutions, and compositions.
  • Technology Insights
  • Antisense RNA has led the market in terms of revenue generation. These molecules are being tested to prevent disease onset and to halt the disease progression. Recent studies have shown that molecules with the use of antisense technology being trailed for spinal muscular atrophy and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis have shown promising results. Additionally, many other antisense technologies and oligonucleotide molecules are being tested for the treatment of non-neurodegenerative disorders. For instance, antisense-mediated exon skipping for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
  • Application Insights
  • The rising need for the cure and prevention of diseases like cancer, HIV, and other diseases caused by mutating viruses is anticipated to influence the usage rate of oligonucleotide products. An increasing number of clinical trials for the oligonucleotide drugs exhibit that the field is rapidly expanding. For instance, Ionis Pharmaceuticals alone has 4 molecules in pipeline and 2 approved molecules in the European Union and 1 in the U.S.
  • Substantial pipeline for cancer therapies by companies and institutes such as Enzon Pharmaceuticals (Santaris Pharma), University of Texas, OncoGenex, Isarna Therapeutics, Astrazeneca (Ionis Pharmaceuticals), and INSYS Therapeutics, Inc. are expected to drive the market. In addition, many companies have invested in R&D for nanocarriers to deliver oligonucleotides for cancer treatment, which is expected to contribute to cancer management.
  • Nanocarriers can minimize the toxicity of these oligonucleotides. However, considerable bottlenecks of these nanoparticle systems are that they are influenced by inter and intra-tumor heterogeneity. This in turn has increased the need for efficient tumor targeting vectorization systems and multiple genes targeting oligonucleotide drugs. This need for newer and safer delivery systems for cancer and other viral disease management is expected to propel the market growth.
  • Route of Administration Insights
  • Route of administration is one of the most important aspects of any genetically modified molecule. The efficacy of these molecules varies based on the method of administration, the vector used for the genetically modified molecule, type of molecule for injection. Most of the studies that in progress use largely employ attenuated viral particles or bacterial cells and are injected intravenously for the treatment.
  • Scientists are developing novel delivery systems like nanocarriers, to promote the in-vivo delivery of the oligonucleotides. Nanocarriers are known to enhance the bioavailability, carrying capacity of siRNA payload and they provide high interaction with the target cells. Another advantage of nanoparticles as carriers is that according to their charge they can interact with blood proteins to incite toxicity or even affect biodistribution.
  • Regional Insights
  • The U.S. has a number of RNAi therapeutics that are in developmental pipelines. A number of biotechnology companies have made considerably high investments for RNAi therapeutic development. Big pharmaceutical developers have entered into collaboration agreements or licensing deals with a number of smaller firms in an attempt to capitalize on the expected growth in revenue that this market can have over the forecast period. For instance, AstraZeneca’s agreement with Ionis pharmaceuticals is one of the big deals that are investing heavily in antisense technology
  • Since the discovery of RNAi in, there have been numerous avenues of treatment development using RNAi, however, the market has picked up very little over the past decade due to the complexities in delivery methodologies related to RNAi. The development of newer nanotechnology-oriented methods has re-infused the market with a high potential to grow over the forecast period.
  • A number of drug candidates under clinical trials have shown favorable results and are progressing through the development phases. Assuming that such trials continue to show positive results, it can be expected that the North American market will witness considerable growth in demand over the forecast period.
  • Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market Share Insights
  • These companies are involved in the development of RNAi therapies and platforms that offer medicines, diagnostics, and personalized treatment options for key diseases. Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Ionis Pharmaceuticals, Akcea Therapeutics, Quark Pharmaceuticals, and Gene Signal are several other companies with stronger pipeline portfolio.
  • KEY MARKET SEGMENTS
  • By Technology
  • RNA Interference
  • siRNA
  • miRNA
  • Antisense RNA
  • By Application
  • Oncology
  • Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs)
  • Respiratory Disorders
  • Renal Diseases
  • Neurodegenerative Disorders
  • Genetic Disorders
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Other
  • By Route of Administration
  • Pulmonary Delivery
  • Intravenous Injections
  • Intra-dermal Injections
  • Intraperitoneal Injections
  • Topical Delivery
  • Other Delivery Methods
  • By Regional
  • North America
  • The U.S.
  • Canada
  • Europe
  • Germany
  • U.K.
  • Asia Pacific
  • Japan
  • China
  • Latin America
  • Brazil
  • Middle East & Africa
  • South Africa
  • KEY MARKET PLAYERS
  • GSK
  • Sanofi-Genzyme
  • Alnylam Pharmaceuticals
  • Marina Biosciences
  • Benitec Biopharma"

SkyQuest's Expertise:

The Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market is being analyzed by SkyQuest's analysts with the help of 20+ scheduled Primary interviews from both the demand and supply sides. We have already invested more than 250 hours on this report and are still refining our date to provide authenticated data to your readers and clients. Exhaustive primary and secondary research is conducted to collect information on the market, peer market, and parent market.

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Scope Of Report

Report Attribute Details
The base year for estimation 2021
Historical data 2016 – 2022
Forecast period 2022 – 2028
Report coverage Revenue forecast, volume forecast, company ranking, competitive landscape, growth factors, and trends, Pricing Analysis
Segments covered
  • By Technology - RNA Interference, siRNA, miRNA, Antisense RNA
  • By Application - Oncology, Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs), Respiratory Disorders, Renal Diseases, Neurodegenerative Disorders, Genetic Disorders, Infectious Diseases, Other
  • By Route of Administration - Pulmonary Delivery, Intravenous Injections, Intra-dermal Injections, Intraperitoneal Injections, Topical Delivery, Other Delivery Methods
  • By Regional - North America, The U.S., Canada, Europe, Germany, U.K., Asia Pacific, Japan, China, Latin America, Brazil, Middle East & Africa, South Africa, KEY MARKET PLAYERS, GSK, Sanofi-Genzyme, Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Marina Biosciences
Regional scope North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Latin America (LATAM), Middle East & Africa (MEA)
Country scope U.S., Canada, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, China, India, Japan, Brazil, GCC Countries, South Africa
Key companies profiled
  • nsights
  • The global antisense & RNAi therapeutics market size was estimated at USD 1.09 billion in 2018 and is expected to witness a CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period. Antisense technology provides the opportunity to manipulate the gene expression and this is being considered as an effective treatment for various diseases. This opportunity is being cashed on by the companies and investing in R&D in this sector.
  • The possibility of studying gene function for disease management by regulating the gene expression by the malfunctioning gene, R&D carried out with respect to the treatment of uncommon neurodegenerative diseases, such as hereditary ATTR amyloidosis, are some of the other factors anticipated to drive the market.
  • Antisense and RNAi therapeutics enable specific and highly effective gene silencing, based on this factor, a fair number of gene silencing drugs are in the late-stage of development. The market is expected to grow in the forecast period owing to a number of companies that are into the development of molecules based on antisense technology.
  • Collaboration activities between the pharmaceutical companies and Contract Research Organizations (CROs) working on drug delivery are expected to have a positive impact on the antisense & RNAi therapeutics market growth. However, overcoming the challenges like unpredictable activity from the molecules and other delivery-related complications would prove to be the market changing development of antisense therapeutics.
  • In January 2016, Ionis Pharmaceuticals (previously Isis Pharmaceuticals) initiated a Phase-I study of ISIS-HBV-L Rx in collaboration with GSK Pharmaceuticals for the treatment of Hepatitis’s B viral infection. Another collaboration by Ionis pharmaceuticals with Akcea Therapeutics has led to the approval of the world’s first antisense-based molecule “Tegsdi” by the FDA and the European Commission in 2018.
  • However, there are many challenges associated with emerging antisense technology (and RNAi). One of the prominent bottlenecks is the drug delivery to the intended site. Drug delivery to the nervous tissues is one of the problems as the drug has to pass the blood-brain barrier. Companies are coming up with solutions to overcome these challenges.
  • The toxic effects caused is another challenge for the use of this technology. Determining the right dosage and vector for drug delivery of an antisense molecule is one of the most important steps to ensure safe administration. Companies have also faced rejections from the regulatory bodies. For instance, Akcea’s Waylivra, an antisense molecule to treat familial chylomicronemia syndrome was rejected by the FDA. These factors would push companies to develop better vectors, delivery solutions, and compositions.
  • Technology Insights
  • Antisense RNA has led the market in terms of revenue generation. These molecules are being tested to prevent disease onset and to halt the disease progression. Recent studies have shown that molecules with the use of antisense technology being trailed for spinal muscular atrophy and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis have shown promising results. Additionally, many other antisense technologies and oligonucleotide molecules are being tested for the treatment of non-neurodegenerative disorders. For instance, antisense-mediated exon skipping for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
  • Application Insights
  • The rising need for the cure and prevention of diseases like cancer, HIV, and other diseases caused by mutating viruses is anticipated to influence the usage rate of oligonucleotide products. An increasing number of clinical trials for the oligonucleotide drugs exhibit that the field is rapidly expanding. For instance, Ionis Pharmaceuticals alone has 4 molecules in pipeline and 2 approved molecules in the European Union and 1 in the U.S.
  • Substantial pipeline for cancer therapies by companies and institutes such as Enzon Pharmaceuticals (Santaris Pharma), University of Texas, OncoGenex, Isarna Therapeutics, Astrazeneca (Ionis Pharmaceuticals), and INSYS Therapeutics, Inc. are expected to drive the market. In addition, many companies have invested in R&D for nanocarriers to deliver oligonucleotides for cancer treatment, which is expected to contribute to cancer management.
  • Nanocarriers can minimize the toxicity of these oligonucleotides. However, considerable bottlenecks of these nanoparticle systems are that they are influenced by inter and intra-tumor heterogeneity. This in turn has increased the need for efficient tumor targeting vectorization systems and multiple genes targeting oligonucleotide drugs. This need for newer and safer delivery systems for cancer and other viral disease management is expected to propel the market growth.
  • Route of Administration Insights
  • Route of administration is one of the most important aspects of any genetically modified molecule. The efficacy of these molecules varies based on the method of administration, the vector used for the genetically modified molecule, type of molecule for injection. Most of the studies that in progress use largely employ attenuated viral particles or bacterial cells and are injected intravenously for the treatment.
  • Scientists are developing novel delivery systems like nanocarriers, to promote the in-vivo delivery of the oligonucleotides. Nanocarriers are known to enhance the bioavailability, carrying capacity of siRNA payload and they provide high interaction with the target cells. Another advantage of nanoparticles as carriers is that according to their charge they can interact with blood proteins to incite toxicity or even affect biodistribution.
  • Regional Insights
  • The U.S. has a number of RNAi therapeutics that are in developmental pipelines. A number of biotechnology companies have made considerably high investments for RNAi therapeutic development. Big pharmaceutical developers have entered into collaboration agreements or licensing deals with a number of smaller firms in an attempt to capitalize on the expected growth in revenue that this market can have over the forecast period. For instance, AstraZeneca’s agreement with Ionis pharmaceuticals is one of the big deals that are investing heavily in antisense technology
  • Since the discovery of RNAi in, there have been numerous avenues of treatment development using RNAi, however, the market has picked up very little over the past decade due to the complexities in delivery methodologies related to RNAi. The development of newer nanotechnology-oriented methods has re-infused the market with a high potential to grow over the forecast period.
  • A number of drug candidates under clinical trials have shown favorable results and are progressing through the development phases. Assuming that such trials continue to show positive results, it can be expected that the North American market will witness considerable growth in demand over the forecast period.
  • Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market Share Insights
  • These companies are involved in the development of RNAi therapies and platforms that offer medicines, diagnostics, and personalized treatment options for key diseases. Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Ionis Pharmaceuticals, Akcea Therapeutics, Quark Pharmaceuticals, and Gene Signal are several other companies with stronger pipeline portfolio.
  • KEY MARKET SEGMENTS
  • By Technology
  • RNA Interference
  • siRNA
  • miRNA
  • Antisense RNA
  • By Application
  • Oncology
  • Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs)
  • Respiratory Disorders
  • Renal Diseases
  • Neurodegenerative Disorders
  • Genetic Disorders
  • Infectious Diseases
  • Other
  • By Route of Administration
  • Pulmonary Delivery
  • Intravenous Injections
  • Intra-dermal Injections
  • Intraperitoneal Injections
  • Topical Delivery
  • Other Delivery Methods
  • By Regional
  • North America
  • The U.S.
  • Canada
  • Europe
  • Germany
  • U.K.
  • Asia Pacific
  • Japan
  • China
  • Latin America
  • Brazil
  • Middle East & Africa
  • South Africa
  • KEY MARKET PLAYERS
  • GSK
  • Sanofi-Genzyme
  • Alnylam Pharmaceuticals
  • Marina Biosciences
  • Benitec Biopharma"
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Objectives of the Study

  • To forecast the market size, in terms of value, for various segments with respect to five main regions, namely, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific (APAC), Latin America (LATAM), Middle East & Africa (MEA)
  • To provide detailed information regarding the major factors influencing the growth of the Market (drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges)
  • To strategically analyze the micro markets with respect to the individual growth trends, future prospects, and contribution to the total market
  • To provide a detailed overview of the value chain and analyze market trends with the Porter's five forces analysis
  • To analyze the opportunities in the market for various stakeholders by identifying the high-growth Segments
  • To identify the key players and comprehensively analyze their market position in terms of ranking and core competencies, along with detailing the competitive landscape for the market leaders
  • To analyze competitive development such as joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, new product launches and development, and research and development in the market

What does this Report Deliver?

  • Market Estimation for 20+ Countries
  • Historical data coverage: 2016 to 2022
  • Growth projections: 2022 to 2028
  • SkyQuest's premium market insights: Innovation matrix, IP analysis, Production Analysis, Value chain analysis, Technological trends, and Trade analysis
  • Customization on Segments, Regions, and Company Profiles
  • 100+ tables, 150+ Figures, 10+ matrix
  • Global and Country Market Trends
  • Comprehensive Mapping of Industry Parameters
  • Attractive Investment Proposition
  • Competitive Strategies Adopted by Leading Market Participants
  • Market drivers, restraints, opportunities, and its impact on the market
  • Regulatory scenario, regional dynamics, and insights of leading countries in each region
  • Segment trends analysis, opportunity, and growth
  • Opportunity analysis by region and country
  • Porter's five force analysis to know the market's condition
  • Pricing analysis
  • Parent market analysis
  • Product portfolio benchmarking

Table Of Content

Executive Summary

Market overview

  • Exhibit: Executive Summary – Chart on Market Overview
  • Exhibit: Executive Summary – Data Table on Market Overview
  • Exhibit: Executive Summary – Chart on Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market Characteristics
  • Exhibit: Executive Summary – Chart on Market by Geography
  • Exhibit: Executive Summary – Chart on Market Segmentation
  • Exhibit: Executive Summary – Chart on Incremental Growth
  • Exhibit: Executive Summary – Data Table on Incremental Growth
  • Exhibit: Executive Summary – Chart on Vendor Market Positioning

Parent Market Analysis

Market overview

Market size

  • Market Dynamics
    • Exhibit: Impact analysis of DROC, 2021
      • Drivers
      • Opportunities
      • Restraints
      • Challenges
  • SWOT Analysis

KEY MARKET INSIGHTS

  • Technology Analysis
    • (Exhibit: Data Table: Name of technology and details)
  • Pricing Analysis
    • (Exhibit: Data Table: Name of technology and pricing details)
  • Supply Chain Analysis
    • (Exhibit: Detailed Supply Chain Presentation)
  • Value Chain Analysis
    • (Exhibit: Detailed Value Chain Presentation)
  • Ecosystem Of the Market
    • Exhibit: Parent Market Ecosystem Market Analysis
    • Exhibit: Market Characteristics of Parent Market
  • IP Analysis
    • (Exhibit: Data Table: Name of product/technology, patents filed, inventor/company name, acquiring firm)
  • Trade Analysis
    • (Exhibit: Data Table: Import and Export data details)
  • Startup Analysis
    • (Exhibit: Data Table: Emerging startups details)
  • Raw Material Analysis
    • (Exhibit: Data Table: Mapping of key raw materials)
  • Innovation Matrix
    • (Exhibit: Positioning Matrix: Mapping of new and existing technologies)
  • Pipeline product Analysis
    • (Exhibit: Data Table: Name of companies and pipeline products, regional mapping)
  • Macroeconomic Indicators

COVID IMPACT

  • Introduction
  • Impact On Economy—scenario Assessment
    • Exhibit: Data on GDP - Year-over-year growth 2016-2022 (%)
  • Revised Market Size
    • Exhibit: Data Table on Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
  • Impact Of COVID On Key Segments
    • Exhibit: Data Table on Segment Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
  • COVID Strategies By Company
    • Exhibit: Analysis on key strategies adopted by companies

MARKET DYNAMICS & OUTLOOK

  • Market Dynamics
    • Exhibit: Impact analysis of DROC, 2021
      • Drivers
      • Opportunities
      • Restraints
      • Challenges
  • Regulatory Landscape
    • Exhibit: Data Table on regulation from different region
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Porters Analysis
    • Competitive rivalry
      • Exhibit: Competitive rivalry Impact of key factors, 2021
    • Threat of substitute products
      • Exhibit: Threat of Substitute Products Impact of key factors, 2021
    • Bargaining power of buyers
      • Exhibit: buyers bargaining power Impact of key factors, 2021
    • Threat of new entrants
      • Exhibit: Threat of new entrants Impact of key factors, 2021
    • Bargaining power of suppliers
      • Exhibit: Threat of suppliers bargaining power Impact of key factors, 2021
  • Skyquest special insights on future disruptions
    • Political Impact
    • Economic impact
    • Social Impact
    • Technical Impact
    • Environmental Impact
    • Legal Impact

Market Size by Region

  • Chart on Market share by geography 2021-2027 (%)
  • Data Table on Market share by geography 2021-2027(%)
  • North America
    • Chart on Market share by country 2021-2027 (%)
    • Data Table on Market share by country 2021-2027(%)
    • USA
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • Canada
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
  • Europe
    • Chart on Market share by country 2021-2027 (%)
    • Data Table on Market share by country 2021-2027(%)
    • Germany
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • Spain
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • France
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • UK
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • Rest of Europe
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
  • Asia Pacific
    • Chart on Market share by country 2021-2027 (%)
    • Data Table on Market share by country 2021-2027(%)
    • China
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • India
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • Japan
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • South Korea
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • Rest of Asia Pacific
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
  • Latin America
    • Chart on Market share by country 2021-2027 (%)
    • Data Table on Market share by country 2021-2027(%)
    • Brazil
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • Rest of South America
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
  • Middle East & Africa (MEA)
    • Chart on Market share by country 2021-2027 (%)
    • Data Table on Market share by country 2021-2027(%)
    • GCC Countries
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • South Africa
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)
    • Rest of MEA
      • Exhibit: Chart on Market share 2021-2027 (%)
      • Exhibit: Market size and forecast 2021-2027 ($ million)

KEY COMPANY PROFILES

  • Competitive Landscape
    • Total number of companies covered
      • Exhibit: companies covered in the report, 2021
    • Top companies market positioning
      • Exhibit: company positioning matrix, 2021
    • Top companies market Share
      • Exhibit: Pie chart analysis on company market share, 2021(%)
  • nsights
    • Exhibit Company Overview
    • Exhibit Business Segment Overview
    • Exhibit Financial Updates
    • Exhibit Key Developments
  • The global antisense & RNAi therapeutics market size was estimated at USD 1.09 billion in 2018 and is expected to witness a CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period. Antisense technology provides the opportunity to manipulate the gene expression and this is being considered as an effective treatment for various diseases. This opportunity is being cashed on by the companies and investing in R&D in this sector.
    • Exhibit Company Overview
    • Exhibit Business Segment Overview
    • Exhibit Financial Updates
    • Exhibit Key Developments
  • The possibility of studying gene function for disease management by regulating the gene expression by the malfunctioning gene, R&D carried out with respect to the treatment of uncommon neurodegenerative diseases, such as hereditary ATTR amyloidosis, are some of the other factors anticipated to drive the market.
    • Exhibit Company Overview
    • Exhibit Business Segment Overview
    • Exhibit Financial Updates
    • Exhibit Key Developments
  • Antisense and RNAi therapeutics enable specific and highly effective gene silencing, based on this factor, a fair number of gene silencing drugs are in the late-stage of development. The market is expected to grow in the forecast period owing to a number of companies that are into the development of molecules based on antisense technology.
    • Exhibit Company Overview
    • Exhibit Business Segment Overview
    • Exhibit Financial Updates
    • Exhibit Key Developments
  • Collaboration activities between the pharmaceutical companies and Contract Research Organizations (CROs) working on drug delivery are expected to have a positive impact on the antisense & RNAi therapeutics market growth. However, overcoming the challenges like unpredictable activity from the molecules and other delivery-related complications would prove to be the market changing development of antisense therapeutics.
    • Exhibit Company Overview
    • Exhibit Business Segment Overview
    • Exhibit Financial Updates
    • Exhibit Key Developments
  • In January 2016, Ionis Pharmaceuticals (previously Isis Pharmaceuticals) initiated a Phase-I study of ISIS-HBV-L Rx in collaboration with GSK Pharmaceuticals for the treatment of Hepatitis’s B viral infection. Another collaboration by Ionis pharmaceuticals with Akcea Therapeutics has led to the approval of the world’s first antisense-based molecule “Tegsdi” by the FDA and the European Commission in 2018.
    • Exhibit Company Overview
    • Exhibit Business Segment Overview
    • Exhibit Financial Updates
    • Exhibit Key Developments
  • However, there are many challenges associated with emerging antisense technology (and RNAi). One of the prominent bottlenecks is the drug delivery to the intended site. Drug delivery to the nervous tissues is one of the problems as the drug has to pass the blood-brain barrier. Companies are coming up with solutions to overcome these challenges.
    • Exhibit Company Overview
    • Exhibit Business Segment Overview
    • Exhibit Financial Updates
    • Exhibit Key Developments
  • The toxic effects caused is another challenge for the use of this technology. Determining the right dosage and vector for drug delivery of an antisense molecule is one of the most important steps to ensure safe administration. Companies have also faced rejections from the regulatory bodies. For instance, Akcea’s Waylivra, an antisense molecule to treat familial chylomicronemia syndrome was rejected by the FDA. These factors would push companies to develop better vectors, delivery solutions, and compositions.
    • Exhibit Company Overview
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  • Technology Insights
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  • Antisense RNA has led the market in terms of revenue generation. These molecules are being tested to prevent disease onset and to halt the disease progression. Recent studies have shown that molecules with the use of antisense technology being trailed for spinal muscular atrophy and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis have shown promising results. Additionally, many other antisense technologies and oligonucleotide molecules are being tested for the treatment of non-neurodegenerative disorders. For instance, antisense-mediated exon skipping for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
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  • Application Insights
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  • The rising need for the cure and prevention of diseases like cancer, HIV, and other diseases caused by mutating viruses is anticipated to influence the usage rate of oligonucleotide products. An increasing number of clinical trials for the oligonucleotide drugs exhibit that the field is rapidly expanding. For instance, Ionis Pharmaceuticals alone has 4 molecules in pipeline and 2 approved molecules in the European Union and 1 in the U.S.
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  • Substantial pipeline for cancer therapies by companies and institutes such as Enzon Pharmaceuticals (Santaris Pharma), University of Texas, OncoGenex, Isarna Therapeutics, Astrazeneca (Ionis Pharmaceuticals), and INSYS Therapeutics, Inc. are expected to drive the market. In addition, many companies have invested in R&D for nanocarriers to deliver oligonucleotides for cancer treatment, which is expected to contribute to cancer management.
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  • Nanocarriers can minimize the toxicity of these oligonucleotides. However, considerable bottlenecks of these nanoparticle systems are that they are influenced by inter and intra-tumor heterogeneity. This in turn has increased the need for efficient tumor targeting vectorization systems and multiple genes targeting oligonucleotide drugs. This need for newer and safer delivery systems for cancer and other viral disease management is expected to propel the market growth.
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  • Route of Administration Insights
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  • Route of administration is one of the most important aspects of any genetically modified molecule. The efficacy of these molecules varies based on the method of administration, the vector used for the genetically modified molecule, type of molecule for injection. Most of the studies that in progress use largely employ attenuated viral particles or bacterial cells and are injected intravenously for the treatment.
    • Exhibit Company Overview
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  • Scientists are developing novel delivery systems like nanocarriers, to promote the in-vivo delivery of the oligonucleotides. Nanocarriers are known to enhance the bioavailability, carrying capacity of siRNA payload and they provide high interaction with the target cells. Another advantage of nanoparticles as carriers is that according to their charge they can interact with blood proteins to incite toxicity or even affect biodistribution.
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  • Regional Insights
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  • The U.S. has a number of RNAi therapeutics that are in developmental pipelines. A number of biotechnology companies have made considerably high investments for RNAi therapeutic development. Big pharmaceutical developers have entered into collaboration agreements or licensing deals with a number of smaller firms in an attempt to capitalize on the expected growth in revenue that this market can have over the forecast period. For instance, AstraZeneca’s agreement with Ionis pharmaceuticals is one of the big deals that are investing heavily in antisense technology
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  • Since the discovery of RNAi in, there have been numerous avenues of treatment development using RNAi, however, the market has picked up very little over the past decade due to the complexities in delivery methodologies related to RNAi. The development of newer nanotechnology-oriented methods has re-infused the market with a high potential to grow over the forecast period.
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  • A number of drug candidates under clinical trials have shown favorable results and are progressing through the development phases. Assuming that such trials continue to show positive results, it can be expected that the North American market will witness considerable growth in demand over the forecast period.
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  • Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market Share Insights
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  • These companies are involved in the development of RNAi therapies and platforms that offer medicines, diagnostics, and personalized treatment options for key diseases. Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Ionis Pharmaceuticals, Akcea Therapeutics, Quark Pharmaceuticals, and Gene Signal are several other companies with stronger pipeline portfolio.
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  • KEY MARKET SEGMENTS
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  • By Technology
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  • RNA Interference
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  • siRNA
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  • miRNA
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  • Antisense RNA
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  • By Application
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  • Genetic Disorders
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  • Other
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  • By Route of Administration
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  • Pulmonary Delivery
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  • Intravenous Injections
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  • Intraperitoneal Injections
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  • Topical Delivery
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  • Other Delivery Methods
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  • North America
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  • Europe
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  • U.K.
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  • Asia Pacific
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  • Japan
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  • China
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  • Latin America
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  • KEY MARKET PLAYERS
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  • GSK
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  • Sanofi-Genzyme
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  • Alnylam Pharmaceuticals
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  • Marina Biosciences
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  • Benitec Biopharma"
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The key players operating in the global Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market are nsights , The global antisense & RNAi therapeutics market size was estimated at USD 1.09 billion in 2018 and is expected to witness a CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period. Antisense technology provides the opportunity to manipulate the gene expression and this is being considered as an effective treatment for various diseases. This opportunity is being cashed on by the companies and investing in R&D in this sector. , The possibility of studying gene function for disease management by regulating the gene expression by the malfunctioning gene, R&D carried out with respect to the treatment of uncommon neurodegenerative diseases, such as hereditary ATTR amyloidosis, are some of the other factors anticipated to drive the market. , Antisense and RNAi therapeutics enable specific and highly effective gene silencing, based on this factor, a fair number of gene silencing drugs are in the late-stage of development. The market is expected to grow in the forecast period owing to a number of companies that are into the development of molecules based on antisense technology. , Collaboration activities between the pharmaceutical companies and Contract Research Organizations (CROs) working on drug delivery are expected to have a positive impact on the antisense & RNAi therapeutics market growth. However, overcoming the challenges like unpredictable activity from the molecules and other delivery-related complications would prove to be the market changing development of antisense therapeutics. , In January 2016, Ionis Pharmaceuticals (previously Isis Pharmaceuticals) initiated a Phase-I study of ISIS-HBV-L Rx in collaboration with GSK Pharmaceuticals for the treatment of Hepatitis’s B viral infection. Another collaboration by Ionis pharmaceuticals with Akcea Therapeutics has led to the approval of the world’s first antisense-based molecule “Tegsdi” by the FDA and the European Commission in 2018. , However, there are many challenges associated with emerging antisense technology (and RNAi). One of the prominent bottlenecks is the drug delivery to the intended site. Drug delivery to the nervous tissues is one of the problems as the drug has to pass the blood-brain barrier. Companies are coming up with solutions to overcome these challenges. , The toxic effects caused is another challenge for the use of this technology. Determining the right dosage and vector for drug delivery of an antisense molecule is one of the most important steps to ensure safe administration. Companies have also faced rejections from the regulatory bodies. For instance, Akcea’s Waylivra, an antisense molecule to treat familial chylomicronemia syndrome was rejected by the FDA. These factors would push companies to develop better vectors, delivery solutions, and compositions. , Technology Insights , Antisense RNA has led the market in terms of revenue generation. These molecules are being tested to prevent disease onset and to halt the disease progression. Recent studies have shown that molecules with the use of antisense technology being trailed for spinal muscular atrophy and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis have shown promising results. Additionally, many other antisense technologies and oligonucleotide molecules are being tested for the treatment of non-neurodegenerative disorders. For instance, antisense-mediated exon skipping for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. , Application Insights , The rising need for the cure and prevention of diseases like cancer, HIV, and other diseases caused by mutating viruses is anticipated to influence the usage rate of oligonucleotide products. An increasing number of clinical trials for the oligonucleotide drugs exhibit that the field is rapidly expanding. For instance, Ionis Pharmaceuticals alone has 4 molecules in pipeline and 2 approved molecules in the European Union and 1 in the U.S. , Substantial pipeline for cancer therapies by companies and institutes such as Enzon Pharmaceuticals (Santaris Pharma), University of Texas, OncoGenex, Isarna Therapeutics, Astrazeneca (Ionis Pharmaceuticals), and INSYS Therapeutics, Inc. are expected to drive the market. In addition, many companies have invested in R&D for nanocarriers to deliver oligonucleotides for cancer treatment, which is expected to contribute to cancer management. , Nanocarriers can minimize the toxicity of these oligonucleotides. However, considerable bottlenecks of these nanoparticle systems are that they are influenced by inter and intra-tumor heterogeneity. This in turn has increased the need for efficient tumor targeting vectorization systems and multiple genes targeting oligonucleotide drugs. This need for newer and safer delivery systems for cancer and other viral disease management is expected to propel the market growth. , Route of Administration Insights , Route of administration is one of the most important aspects of any genetically modified molecule. The efficacy of these molecules varies based on the method of administration, the vector used for the genetically modified molecule, type of molecule for injection. Most of the studies that in progress use largely employ attenuated viral particles or bacterial cells and are injected intravenously for the treatment. , Scientists are developing novel delivery systems like nanocarriers, to promote the in-vivo delivery of the oligonucleotides. Nanocarriers are known to enhance the bioavailability, carrying capacity of siRNA payload and they provide high interaction with the target cells. Another advantage of nanoparticles as carriers is that according to their charge they can interact with blood proteins to incite toxicity or even affect biodistribution. , Regional Insights , The U.S. has a number of RNAi therapeutics that are in developmental pipelines. A number of biotechnology companies have made considerably high investments for RNAi therapeutic development. Big pharmaceutical developers have entered into collaboration agreements or licensing deals with a number of smaller firms in an attempt to capitalize on the expected growth in revenue that this market can have over the forecast period. For instance, AstraZeneca’s agreement with Ionis pharmaceuticals is one of the big deals that are investing heavily in antisense technology , Since the discovery of RNAi in, there have been numerous avenues of treatment development using RNAi, however, the market has picked up very little over the past decade due to the complexities in delivery methodologies related to RNAi. The development of newer nanotechnology-oriented methods has re-infused the market with a high potential to grow over the forecast period. , A number of drug candidates under clinical trials have shown favorable results and are progressing through the development phases. Assuming that such trials continue to show positive results, it can be expected that the North American market will witness considerable growth in demand over the forecast period. , Antisense & RNAi Therapeutics Market Share Insights , These companies are involved in the development of RNAi therapies and platforms that offer medicines, diagnostics, and personalized treatment options for key diseases. Alnylam Pharmaceuticals, Ionis Pharmaceuticals, Akcea Therapeutics, Quark Pharmaceuticals, and Gene Signal are several other companies with stronger pipeline portfolio. , KEY MARKET SEGMENTS, By Technology, RNA Interference , siRNA , miRNA , Antisense RNA , By Application, Oncology , Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs) , Respiratory Disorders , Renal Diseases , Neurodegenerative Disorders , Genetic Disorders , Infectious Diseases , Other , By Route of Administration, Pulmonary Delivery , Intravenous Injections , Intra-dermal Injections , Intraperitoneal Injections , Topical Delivery , Other Delivery Methods , By Regional, North America , The U.S. , Canada , Europe , Germany , U.K. , Asia Pacific , Japan , China , Latin America , Brazil , Middle East & Africa , South Africa , KEY MARKET PLAYERS, GSK , Sanofi-Genzyme , Alnylam Pharmaceuticals , Marina Biosciences , Benitec Biopharma".

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