Cell Dissociation Reagents Market Offering High-growth Opportunities for Market Players

A new market research report by Transparency Market Research presents a detailed overview of the cell dissociation reagents market. The report is titled, “Cell Dissociation Reagents Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 – 2024”. The research study provides a comprehensive analysis of the current market status, key industry dynamics, emerging trends, offerings of key providers, market share and size of key major segments, and regulatory landscape in major regions.

The report takes a closer look at the recent technological advancements in non-enzymatic cell dissociation. In addition, prominent research activities in vitro cell culture expected to impact the competitive dynamics are covered in the research analysis. Recent developments in optimized dissociation protocol for human stem cells are highlighted and the factors boosting the use of innovative solutions among various end users are analyzed.

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The cell dissociation reagents market is primarily driven by constant technological advances in non-enzymatic cell dissociation techniques and advancements in cell detachment reagent solutions based on non-mammalian and non-bacterial origin. In addition, developments in chelators to reduce neutralization steps and significantly lower enzyme autodegradation for a superior detachment yield are expected to propel the market along the forecast period. Furthermore, the development of advanced cell dissociation products that help researchers meet the demand for gentle and effective detachment for adherent cells is expected to create promising opportunities for market players.

A key trend in the cell dissociation reagents market is the use of recombinant cell dissociation solutions that are not sourced from mammals and thus possess high cell viability and plating efficiency. These reagents find extensive applications in detaching primary fibroblasts, tumor cell lines endothelial cells, neurons, and insect cells as they do not affect functional quality of cell membranes and proteins

However, issues with sterility maintenance, inadequacy of use of some reagents in in vivo diagnostics, occurrences of high decontamination with bacteria, and shorter expiry periods of reagents are the factors likely to impede the growth of the market to an extent. On the other hand, technological advances in developing detachment solutions have led to increased quality control to confirm homogeneity and reliability to provide maximum yield during cell passaging.

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The Asia Pacific market is expected to rise at a steady pace fuelled by burgeoning biotechnology companies due to cost-effective manufacturing of cell dissociation reagents and a large presence of specialty research institutes in various emerging nations in the region. North America is poised to offer enormous opportunities for market players. The impressive growth is attributed to soaring R&D investments, increased adoption of high-performing products and a rise in demand for reliable dissociation reagents for adherent cell culture from several research institutes.

Major companies operating in this market include GE Healthcare, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC., Atlanta Biologicals, Inc., HiMedia Laboratories, Irvine Scientific, Gemini Bio-Products, EuroClone S.p.A., Cyagen Biosciences, Inc., PromoCell GmbH, and STEMCELL Technologies, Inc.

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