Pune, India, Sept. 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- 3D Cell Culture Market Historical Data and Future Scope
The Global 3D Cell Culture Market size is poised to expand at a 25.50% CAGR from 2017-2023 (forecast period), as per the latest findings of a report by Market Research Future (MRFR). It stood at USD 725.15 million in 2016 and will expand to a higher worth by 2023.
Rising cases of cancer, demand for organ transplantation, approval from government agencies, and awareness among patients are factors expected to drive the market growth exponentially. Emerging applications of 3D cell culture in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology industries is expected to open up growth opportunities for the market. The natural capacity of the technology to be more effective than cell lines is tantamount in driving its growth.
3D Cell Culture Market Overview
Emergence of new virulent strains have led to scientists developing drastic measures to counterattack these microbial enemies. 3D cell culture is a technique used to create environments for cells to flourish. These cells can be used in advanced medical methods such as drug toxicology screening, organ and tissue regeneration and more.
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Top players operating in the 3D cell culture market include Kuraray Co. Ltd., Merck KGaA, Lonza, Becton, Dickinson and Company (BD), Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Corning Incorporated, and others. Others include 3D Biotek LLC, Synthecon, Inc., Global Cell Solutions Inc., InSphero, Lena Biosciences Inc., The Electrospinning Company, ReproCELL Europe Ltd., Tecan Trading AG, and Charles River Laboratories. Partnerships and collaborations with laboratories are strategies being employed by these players to gain a larger share of the market.
Drug Discovery to be the Major Application
The 3D cell culture market is segmented on the basis of product, technique, application, and end-user.
Products are bifurcated into two main segments – instruments and consumables. The instrument segment is sub-segmented into cell culture chips, flow cytometer, and bioreactor. Similarly, the consumables segment is segmented into 3D multiwell plates, reagents, culture media, and glassware. The consumables segment is expected to exhibit a healthy 25.88% CAGR during the forecast period.
Two key techniques include scaffolds-based 3D cell culture and scaffold-free 3D cell culture. The former is segmented into hydrogel-based support and polymeric hard material based support, while the latter is sub-segmented into hanging drop microplates, microfluidic cell culture, and spheroid microplates containing ultra-low attachment (ULA) coating. The scaffold-free segment is likely to dominate till the end of the forecast period owing to challenges faced from extensive use of scaffolds.
Prime applications include in 3D Cell Culture Market report are stem cell research, cancer research, tissue screening & engineering, drug discovery, regenerative medicine, and others. The drug discovery segment is anticipated to gain traction during the forecast period and expects to exhibit a 25.75% CAGR in the said period.
Major end-users include research & academic laboratories, pharmaceutical & biotechnology companies, contract research organizations, and others. Among these, the pharmaceutical & biotechnology companies segment is projected to showcase a 26.13% CAGR over the forecast period owing to the urgent need for new vaccines.
3D Bioprinting to Advance Cell Culture Development
3D bioprinting, a nascent technology, has bloomed into its own niche by creating radical developments in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors. Recently, Organovo created the first 3D bioprinting platform to build scaffold-free tissues and organs. The technology can print biomaterials and living cells and be used in advanced surgeries such as skin grafting. The Cancer Genome Atlas prefers to use primary cells rather than cell lines to expedite development in vaccines and drugs to treat various cancers in clinical trials.
In a new development found in 2018, researchers from the U.S. and China have developed a bioink to print and expand human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs). This can open up new avenues for tissue engineering.
Regions covered in the 3D cell culture market include Asia Pacific (APAC), Europe, Americas, and the Middle East & Africa (MEA).
The Americas accounted for a large share of the market and will continue throughout the forecast period due to presence of various manufacturers, high rate of cancer, and rising need for organ transplants. The United States is the biggest proponent of 3D cell culture owing to the advanced technologies and demand for organ transplant surgeries. Europe follows the Americas in the second position.
The APAC 3D cell culture market is predicted to exhibit a 26.17% CAGR over the forecast period owing to the booming economies of India and China. Increased healthcare budgets, developments in healthcare, and the increase in the aging populace are factors driving the market. Outsourcing of the R&D in stem cell research and tissue engineering is likely to influence the market growth in the region.
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