Cell Culture Media Market To Benefit From A CAGR Of 8.33% By 2027

Posted by Sapana on September 17th, 2021

Cell Culture Media Market Overview

The cell culture media market is expected to cross USD 4.33 billion by 2027 at a CAGR of 8.33%.

Cell Culture Media Market Dynamics

The market\'s growth is being fueled by a diverse range of cell culture media applications, increased research and development in the pharmaceutical industry, an increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases, and increased expansion and product launches by major players. Over the last few decades, advancements in cell culture technology have accelerated. It is widely regarded as one of the most dependable, robust, and mature technologies for biotherapeutic product development.

The high cost of cell culture media and the risk of contamination, on the other hand, are impeding the market\'s growth. However, the growing emphasis on regenerative and personalized medicine is likely to spur growth in the global cell culture media market.

Cell Culture Media Market Segmental Analysis

The global market for cell culture media has been segmented according to product type, application, and end user.

The market has been segmented by product type into classical media, stem cell media, serum-free media, and others.

Further subcategories of stem cell culture media include bone marrow, embryonic stem cells, mesenchymal stem cells, and neural stem cells.

The market is segmented into four application segments: drug discovery and development, cancer research, genetic engineering, and tissue engineering and biochemistry.

The market is segmented by end user into biochemistry and pharmaceutical companies, research laboratories, academic institutions, and pathology laboratories.

Cell Culture Media Market Regional Overview

According to region, the global cell culture media market is segmented into the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa.

The Americas dominated the global cell culture media market. The large share is attributed to the presence of major manufacturers, rising disease prevalence resulting in increased demand for drugs and other medications, technological advancements in the preclinical and clinical segments, growing public awareness, and high disposable income.

Europe ranks second in terms of market size for cell culture media. Factors such as an increase in the biopharmaceutical sector in the European region, increased government initiatives to promote research to find a cure for the growing number of chronic diseases, an increase in the number of pharmaceutical manufacturers, improving economies, a high disposable income per individual, and increased healthcare spending are all contributing to the market\'s growth in this region. The European market is expected to be driven by expanding R&D activities and a developing biopharmaceutical sector.

Asia-Pacific held the third-largest market share, owing to the presence of numerous research organizations, low manufacturing costs, low labor costs, developing healthcare infrastructure, and increased investment by American and European market giants in Asian countries such as China and India.

The Middle East and Africa, with limited economic development and extremely low income, held the smallest market share in 2019 but is expected to grow due to growing public awareness and demand for improved healthcare facilities in countries, as well as rising disposable income.

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Cell Culture Media Market Competitive Dynamics

The notable players are the Merck KGaA (Germany), Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. (US), Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (US), Lonza (Switzerland), GE Healthcare (US), Becton, Dickinson and Company (US), HiMedia Laboratories (India), Corning Incorporated (US), PromoCell (Germany), Sera Scandia A/S (Denmark), The Sartorius Group (Germany), and Fujifilm Holdings Corporation (Japan).

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