From 2022 to 2027, the global cell isolation market is predicted to increase at a CAGR of 16.23%, reaching USD 12.62 billion by 2027, up from USD 5.95 billion in 2022.
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COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a recently discovered coronavirus. COVID-19, which was little unknown before to its outbreak in Wuhan, China, in December 2019, has gone from a regional issue to a global pandemic in just a few weeks. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a lucrative opportunity for researchers to investigate and better comprehend this new infectious virus, as well as develop therapies and diagnostic tools. Several pharmaceutical and biotech businesses have made tremendous progress in developing novel vaccinations, therapies, and diagnostic kits. T cells can be isolated and used to perform a range of infectious illness testing. SARS-CoV-2 virus and COVID-19 disease-causing cells can be investigated to learn how to tackle them. Because infected cells are scarce, cell separation procedures that are gentle and accurate are required to extract large numbers of viable cells. As a result, the demand for cell separation techniques in research applications has skyrocketed.
Cell separation/isolation techniques are commonly employed in illness diagnostics, cellular research, and cellular treatments. Factors driving the cell isolation/cell separation market include rising incidence and prevalence of chronic diseases due to an ageing population, rising need for biopharmaceuticals, technical advancements in cell isolation, and increased stem cell research.
Cancer is the second biggest cause of death worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), with an estimated 9.6 million deaths in 2018. Cancer is responsible for around 1 in every 6 deaths worldwide. Cancer is responsible for over 70% of deaths in low- and middle-income nations. Technical advancements and innovation in cell isolation are major market drivers as the prevalence of chronic diseases rises.
An increase in the number of infectious disease patients, increased government support for cell-based research, a growing focus on customised medicine, and technical improvements are propelling the worldwide cell isolation market ahead.
Because of the relevance of such research, various government entities around the world have boosted their support for it. The cell isolation/cell separation market is being driven by reasons such as the rising incidence and prevalence of chronic diseases as a result of an ageing population, the growing need for biopharmaceuticals, and increased stem cell research. Furthermore, cell isolation is widely used in the efficient manufacturing of a variety of biopharmaceuticals, including recombinant proteins, biosimilars, and monoclonal antibodies, which is driving increased demand for cell separation technologies around the world.
Cell therapy has enormous potential for treating a wide range of ailments. The increased prevalence of cancer disease, for example, has prompted rigorous diagnostic and clinical research, with human cells playing a key role. Additionally, increasing investment by leading businesses in the development of cancer medicines based on human cells is a major factor propelling the worldwide cell isolation/cell separation market ahead.
Emerging markets, particularly in Asia Pacific, are likely to drive growth in the cell isolation industry. Increased investments in cell biology research and the growing presence of market participants in emerging areas are driving the considerable expansion of the cell isolation market in these countries. Indian pharmaceutical businesses, for example, are actively investing in research and development to bring novel drugs to market. One of India’s top pharmaceutical businesses, Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories, spent USD 297 million on research & development in 2017. Such investments are expected to increase demand for cell isolation products in the country in the coming years. India’s Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs said in May 2017 that it would invest USD 250 million in industry-academic collaborations to manufacture vaccines, medicines, and medical devices until 2023, with the World Bank supporting half of the investment. The initiative is an important step toward India’s long-term objective of developing a $100 billion biotechnology industry by 2025. Increased R&D operations in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries are projected to boost the country’s use of innovative equipment and procedures, with the goal of increasing output.
Cell biology entails a significant amount of effort in the development of novel medicines, such as stem cell and gene therapies. The instruments, reagents, and other products used in this study must all be of high quality in order to produce accurate results. Because of the need to maintain high quality standards and follow regulatory guidelines, cell biology research is expensive. Furthermore, most cell treatment studies fail, and cell-based research has a low success rate.
Many institutes and small businesses cannot afford to buy expensive products due to financial constraints. This is especially true in poorer nations, where advanced technology is unavailable due to a lack of technological resources and inadequate healthcare spending. As a result, several governments have limitations on automated kits and equipment. This is a big stumbling block to the market’s expansion.
The worldwide cell isolation market is projected to be stymied by ethical difficulties surrounding the isolation of embryonic stem cells, as well as the high cost of cell separation technology. The lack of skilled workers to complete this process could hamper market expansion. In addition, ethical issues and regulations on the use of cells in research severely constrain cell biology research in many nations across the world. Due to improved consumer understanding, lesser risk of difficulties, and technological developments, the shift from lab-based diagnosis to home-based testing is projected to limit the growth of the cell isolation market.
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KEY MARKET INSIGHTS:
- The consumables sector accounted for the largest share of the global cell isolation market in 2020. Companies’ increased efforts in producing technologically advanced goods, as well as the more frequent use of consumables compared to instruments, are driving the growth of this market.
- Due to its well-established infrastructure for life science research and a well-organized regulatory framework for companies focused on developing breakthrough medications, North America is predicted to lead the worldwide cell isolation market during the forecast period. Commercial and government R&D spending would also aid market expansion. A well-developed healthcare system, acceptance of sophisticated technologies, an increase in noncommunicable diseases, research funding for pharmaceuticals and biotechnologies, and the presence of important companies are expected to make North America the largest market for stem cell research.
- The National Cancer Institute reports that there were 1,735,350 new cancer diagnoses in 2018 and 609,640 cancer deaths. Furthermore, increased spending on research and development by both private and governmental entities will contribute to the market’s expansion.
- Asia Pacific is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR due to rapidly developing economies, an ageing population coupled with an increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases, ongoing capacity expansions by pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturers, and investment from government and non-government bodies in the biotechnology sector. Furthermore, cell separation in the Asia Pacific market is predicted to grow significantly because to the growing pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors in emerging economies such as China and India.The United States has a better healthcare infrastructure than most developed countries. The presence of significant rivals in the United States is a key element fuelling the market’s growth. The US government’s support for biotechnology and biopharmaceutical research has further boosted demand for cell line development.
- The cell isolation market is competitive and fragmented, with a number of players. In terms of market share, the market is currently dominated by a few significant competitors. To stay competitive, some companies are pursuing a variety of initiatives, including acquisitions and alliances. Becton Dickinson and Company, GE Healthcare, Merck KgaA, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc, Terumo BCT, PluriSelect Life Science UG & Co. are some of the firms currently dominating the market. STEMCELL Technologies Inc., KG, MiltenyiBiotec, Beckman Coulter, Inc., and KG.
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SEGMENTS COVERED UNDER THIS REPORT:
- By Product: Consumables and Instruments
- By Cell Type: Human Cells and Animal Cells
- By Technique: Centrifugation, Surface Marker and Filtration
- By Application: Biomolecule Isolation, Cancer Research, Stem Cell Research, Tissue Regeneration, In Vitro Diagnostics and Therapeutics
- By End-user: Research Laboratories and Institutes, Hospitals and Diagnostic Laboratories, Cell Banks and Biotechnology and Biopharmaceutical Companies
- By Region: North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
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