Dublin, July 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "mRNA Platform - Global Market Trajectory & Analytics" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Beyond Covid-19, mRNA-based therapies hold promise for combatting cancer, infectious diseases such as malaria and flu, and rare genetic diseases. Results from early animal testing demonstrates the ability of mRNA-based therapeutics to provide protection against viruses such as influenza, Zika and rabies.
With the effectiveness of mRNA vaccines against Covid-19, there is heightened research interest in pursuing mRNA platform for treating infectious diseases, for example, BioNTech is preparing to launch the first vaccine for malaria based on mRNA technology with plans to conduct clinical testing by the end of 2022. Similarly, Moderna also announced plans to conduct human trials for an HIV vaccine.
Currently, of the total 44 ongoing clinical trials of mRNA vaccines, 23 of them are aimed at infectious diseases. Cancer research has used mRNA platform to trigger the immune system to target specific cancer cells. Currently, there are many clinical trials underway utilizing mRNA vaccines for various cancers.
Most of the mRNA cancer vaccine trials are targeting tumors such as melanoma and kidney cancer. An mRNA vaccine could be custom-made to match the genetic signature of an individual`s cancer. This personalized mRNA vaccine could be used following surgery to program the immune system to search out and destroy any residual cancer cells, and thus prevent the cancer from recurring.
For instance, the pipelines of Moderna and BioNTech include drug trials for treating cancers of the brain, breast, prostate, pancreas, lung, skin and other tissues. The mRNA vaccines market is projected to receive notable contribution from the cancer segment that is estimated to claim the leading revenue share over the coming years. The segment`s growth is augmented by increasing incidence of cancer. The condition remains one of the major causes of mortalities globally, with the number of new cases annually exceeding 23.6 million by the year 2030.
mRNA is also being pursued to aid in rapid development of drugs for rare diseases. Recent advancements in the structural composition of mRNA have led the scientific community to swiftly embrace it as a new drug to deliver missing genes to organs. The pipelines of Moderna, CureVac and BioNTech, three major biopharmaceutical companies, cover heart diseases, metabolic diseases and immunomodulators for applications in immuno-oncology.
The introduction of synthetic mRNA into human cells opens scope for a replacement therapeutic option for conditions known for defective or inadequate synthesis of key proteins. The approach holds significant potential over protein replacement and gene therapies owing to its lower risk, affordability and less frequent dosage.
mRNA can be used as protein replacement therapy to treat diseases caused by a lack of protein, or by defective proteins. Many mRNA-based protein replacement therapies are under development for the heart, lungs and liver..
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Key Topics Covered:
II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. MARKET OVERVIEW
2. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS
3. MARKET TRENDS & DRIVERS
Rising Incidence of Coronavirus Cases Drive the Market Demand
Increasing Prevalence of Infectious & Chronic Conditions to Unleash Gains & Help mRNA Vaccines Market Gallop Ahead
mRNA Vaccines Development for Other Infectious Diseases and Therapeutic Areas Gains Momentum
Aging Demographics Add to the Global Burden of Chronic Diseases, Presenting Opportunities for the Market
Increasing Healthcare Expenditure to Foster Market Growth
Consistent Increase in Risks and Threats from Infections Drive Healthy Market Growth
Global Number of Deaths Caused Due to Communicable Diseases (In 000s)
Regulatory Landscape for mRNA Vaccines
Regulatory Pathway Dealing with mRNA Vaccines
mRNA Vaccine Patent Scenario
The Best Route of Administration for mRNA Vaccines
CDC Study on Vaccine Effectiveness States mRNA Vaccines Offer More Protective Benefits than other Vaccines (March, 2021)
mRNA Cancer Vaccines
Cancer Vaccines Vs. Immunotherapies
Clinical Trials of mRNA Encoding Immunostimulants
mRNA Vaccines Vs. DNA Vaccines
Clinical Trials of mRNA Encoding TAAs
mRNA Vaccines Vs. Other Vaccines
Clinical Trials of mRNA Vaccines Encoding Neoantigens (Neo-Ag)
mRNA Benefits Profile
mRNA Vaccines for Covid-19 Pave the Way
Personalized mRNA Vaccine
Clinical Overview of mRNA Cancer Vaccines
mRNA encoding Immunostimulants
mRNA vaccine encoding tumor-associated antigens
mRNA vaccine encoding Neoantigen, personalized vaccine
mRNA Influenza Vaccines
Perpetual Evolution of Influenza Viruses Makes mRNA a Fascinating Vaccine Platform
Vaccines Built on mRNA
Clinical Trials for mRNA Vaccines
mRNA Vaccine as Game Changer for Flu Viruses Eluding Conventional Vaccine Efforts
mRNA: A Next-Generation Vaccination Approach
Moderna Moves Ahead to Brew Novel mRNA Vaccines for Influenza & Other Viruses
COVID-19 Vaccine Technology to Foster Development of Effective Flu Shots
mRNA Vaccines Vs. Other Flu Shots
mRNA Technology, H/N Spike Proteins & Clinical Trials
mRNA Technology: A Suitable Candidate for Universal & Effective Influenza Vaccines
Benefits & Limitations of mRNA Vaccines over Traditional Options
4. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE
III. MARKET ANALYSIS
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