Global $15.52 Bn Cell Isolation (Human Cells and Animal Cells) – GlobeNewswire

Posted: June 23, 2021 at 1:57 am

Dublin, June 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Cell Isolation Market By Product (Consumables and Instruments), By Cell Type (Human Cells and Animal Cells), By Source, By Technique, By Application, By End-User, By Region, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The Global Cell Isolation Market was valued at USD7013.71 million in 2020 and is anticipated to reach USD15529.45 million by 2026 by registering a CAGR of 15.25% until 2026.

Cell isolation is a technique of isolating cells for diagnosis and analysis of a particular type of cell. The market growth can be attributed to the rising demand for drugs, vaccines and other related products, as they are manufactured with the assistance of cell isolation technique. Increasing popularity of precision medicines is also working in the favor of the market growth.

The Global Cell Isolation Market has been segmented into product, cell type, source, technique, application, end-user, company and region. Based on technique, the market is further fragmented into centrifugation-based cell isolation, surface-marker based cell isolation and filtration-based cell isolation, amongst which, centrifugation-based cell isolation segment occupied the largest market share in 2020 as it finds extensive applications in various end-user sectors such as academic institutes, research laboratories, etc.

Based on application, the market is further divided into biomolecule isolation, cancer research, stem cell research, in vitro diagnostics and others. Among these, cancer research and stem cell research are projected to be the lucrative segments of the market in the forecast period. Increase in the research activities by biopharma companies and laboratory is the key factor for the growth of the segments.

Based on regional analysis, Asia-Pacific is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. The high CAGR of the region can be attributed to the relaxation in the stringent rules and regulations laid down by the government for drug development. Another factor that can be held responsible for the fastest growth of the region is the availability of competent researchers and personnel who can carry out cell isolation techniques along with a wide genome pool.

The market players are focusing on research and development activities in order to enhance their product portfolios and strengthen their position across the global market. For instance, the major pharmaceutical companies worldwide are making substantial investments in R&D to introduce new drugs in the market.

Such investments are expected to increase the demand for cell isolation products over the coming years. In addition to this, new product developments help vendors to expand their product portfolio and gain maximum share in the sector. For example, Thermo Scientific's Medifuge is a benchtop centrifuge which is having a unique hybrid rotor as well as an interchangeable swing-out buckets and fixed-angle rotors to facilitate rapid & convenient applications on a single platform.

Moreover, collaborations, mergers & acquisitions and regional expansions are some of the other strategic initiatives taken by major companies for serving the unmet needs of their customers.

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