Author: Wu Xiaomei
Biopreservation is a technique used for the storage of cells and tissues in a hypothermic or chemical environment to preserve biological samples with sustained integrity.
Biopreservation of cells, tissues, and organs is a frequently applied and required practice used to extend the stability and viability in both short-term and long-term storage of samples for research and clinical applications. Outside of storing cells at normothermic temperatures (37°C growth conditions), most practitioners utilize either hypothermic preservation or cryopreservation methods. Hypothermic preservation is typically performed at temperatures above 0°C and usually between 2-10°C, but certainly below ambient (around 22°C) or normothermic conditions. It is used for short-term transport and storage, during which metabolic activity is greatly reduced but still present at some level. Cryopreservation, or frozen storage, involves long-term storage of biologics at or below -80°C (typically below -140°C) in conditions of metabolic arrest. A wide array of preservation media solutions, biologic packaging products, and methods are available to the user, which can be selected based on the specifi c requirements of the biologic of interest. Biopreservation is an important step for transport and storage of biologics including the multitude of products being developed for cellular therapy indications.
The global market size of Bioprese
rvation Media was 510 million USD in 2018 and is projected to reach 1,700 million USD by 2025, at a CAGR of 18.77% between 2018 and 2025.
The key players are Thermo Fisher Scientific, GE Healthcare, Sigma-Aldrich (Merck), VWR International, Lonza, Biolife Solutions, STEMCELL Technologies, WAK-Chemie Medical GmbH and so on. The industry is relatively concentrate, the top three bands of Thermo Fisher Scientific, GE Healthcare, Sigma-Aldrich (Merck) which account for more than 60% revenue market share in 2018.
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Cryopreservation, vitrification and hypothermic storage are the common biopreservation procedures used widely in laboratory and clinical settings. The increase in cell-banking systems like adult stem cell banking, tissue banking, and umbilical cord blood banking has led to an increase in demand for the concept of biopreservation. Antibodies and proteins obtained from high-yielding cell-lines are required by biotech and pharmaceutical companies for research, diagnostic or clinical purposes. These high-yielding cell lines need to be preserved to give optimum yield, viability and productivity.
The growing life science in all regions is expected to generate demand and drive the Biopreservation market during the forecast period. The biopreservation media market is driven by factors such as advancements in the regenerative market and biobanking. Corporate, government, and non-government organizations are making huge investments in cell-therapy and regenerative medicine research. These investments hold great promise to identify the cause of diseases, translate findings, and accelerate personalized medicine as well as to improve diagnostics, public health, and preventive measures. Investments in related research are also helping in expanding the market for biopreservation media.
The Global Biopreservation Market Research Report 2019 released by QYResearch provides a basic overview of the Biopreservation industry, including definition, classification, application and industrial chain structure. Discuss development policies and plans as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures.
The report then focuses on major industry players in Global, including company profiles, product images and specifications, sales, market share, and contact information. More importantly, the Biopreservation industry development trends and marketing channels were analyzed. Providing the main statistical data on the current status of the industry is a valuable guide and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market.
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