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Global Life Science Reagents Industry: PCR Reagent Kits Market to Cannibalize Share of Other Product Markets

Life science refers to the scientific study of biology of living organisms such as human beings, microorganisms, animals and plants. Life science reagents support various life science techniques such as chromatography, flow cytometry and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to speed up procedures, maintain the pH level of solutions or provide necessary chemical medium. Transparency Market Research (http://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/), a leading U.S.-based market research firm, analyzes the global market for life science reagents and predicts a compounded annual growth rate of 10.8% for the period 2013 to 2019.

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The global life science reagents market has experienced tremendous growth in the last few decades. Life science reagents have been in use since 1940’s when cell culture and chromatography techniques were in developmental stage. Completion of human genome project fueled the use life science reagents in the healthcare industry especially in diagnosis and forensic applications. Furthermore, advancement in the field of chromatography, electrophoresis, flow cytometry and in-vitro diagnosis has led to expansion of the application area of these technologies in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry. Opening out of application areas of biotechnology in pharmaceuticals and healthcare resulted in rapid growth of the life science reagents market.

With expansion in the number of global geriatric population, prevalence of diseases gradually increasing and thus has led to growth in demand for effective and accurate diagnostic tools. Growing in the demand for in-vitro diagnostic solutions is driving the life science reagents market towards growth.

The demand for advanced and improved diagnostic tools is also high in the area of drug research and development. In order to expand their market share in the life science industry, market players are investing heavily on biotechnology and drug research activities in order to introduce novel products in the market. Governments in emerging countries are offering partnerships and encouraging establishment of business clusters to set up biotechnology research facilities. In addition to partnerships, governments are also offering funding and tax benefits to boost the biotechnology industry in their countries. Growth in research activity in the field of biotechnology and drug development is stimulating the growth of life science reagents market.

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Major players in the life science reagents market are increasingly entering the emerging markets of India, Brazil and China due to availability of qualified manpower, currency difference benefits and cheap labor. Furthermore, rapidly growing medical tourism industry in the Asia-Pacific regions will attract international patients, which will ultimately lead to growth in demand for advanced diagnostic tools and medical services. This market is characterized by the presence of several big and small-scale suppliers and thus has rendered it to be fragmented in nature. Some of the major companies contributing to the global life science reagents market are Abbott Laboratories, Agilent Technologies, Sigma Aldrich Corporation, Siemens Healthcare, Merck Millipore and Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.

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Life Science Reagents Market to Expand at 10.8% CAGR owing to Rising Occurrence of Diseases

Life science reagents include reagents that are used in biotechnology, bioscience and pharmaceutical industries. Since the last decade, the global life science reagents market has experienced impressive growth due to factors such as technology advancement and expansion in applications of biotechnology and biosciences in the field of healthcare and pharmaceuticals. Some other factors contributing to the growth of the life science reagents market include increasing disease prevalence and rise in their mortality rates, aging of population and increased research and development activities in the field of biosciences, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. Based on the commercially available life science reagent products, the global life science reagents market is categorized as PCR reagent kits, cell and tissue culture reagents, flow cytometry reagents, electrophoresis reagents, chromatography reagents, in-vitro diagnostic reagents and others. In addition, the global life science reagents market is segmented on the basis of end users, namely, commercial and contract manufacturers, research and academics, clinical laboratories, and forensic laboratories.

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Chromatography reagents are the most widely used reagent products thus, capturing the highest market share in the overall life science reagents market. Wide use of chromatography in almost every aspect of biotechnology-related research and product development is the prime contributing factor for the dominance of this segment. On the other hand, the market share of electrophoresis reagents is the lowest as compared to other products available in the overall life science reagents market. Technological advancement and increasing initiatives towards the expansion of scope of biotechnology and life science has led to perpetual rise in demand for life science reagents worldwide.

In terms of end users, research and academic institutions are the largest consumers of life science reagents. Technological development and corresponding rise in the number of available skilled labor in emerging economies have widened the scope for research outsourcing in the developing markets of India and Brazil. Processes such as pharmaceutical contract manufacturing and cosmetic product manufacturing constitute the largest commercial consumers of life science reagents. Due to the requirement of high capital investment to perform stability studies, formulation development and phase-I trials, several pharmaceutical companies outsource drug development operations to contract manufacturing companies to focus on their core activities of manufacturing drugs and marketing, thereby controlling the in-house budget.

The global life science reagents market is fragmented in terms of presence of a large number of multinational and local players. The mature market players such as Sigma Aldrich, Abbott Laboratories, Life Technologies, Bio-Rad and others currently dominate this market with their patent protected products and intensive growth strategies of acquiring new market entrants providing breakthrough technologies. In addition, large patent repositories of the established market players restrains the entry and growth of new players in the life science reagents market.

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Geographically, North America dominates the global life science reagents market and is followed by Europe. Asia-Pacific is expected to show the highest growth rate owing to factors such as increasing research and development activities, rise in the number of government aids, business clusters and trade conglomerates to strengthen biotechnology industry in the respective national markets and rise in the availability of skilled manpower at cheaper cost, thereby increasing the scope for outsourcing of biotech projects. New trend of outsourcing research activities in Asia-Pacific is one of the major driving forces for the growth of the life science reagents market in this region. Countries such as Brazil, Mexico and Argentina in the Rest of the World (RoW) region are adopting strategies such as formation of biotechnology clusters and attracting foreign investments to boost the domestic biotechnology industry. However, stringent regulatory rules restrain the entry of new products in the market and thus, restrict the growth of life science reagents market in these countries.

 

Life Science Reagents Market Set to Expand by 2019

Life science reagents include reagents that are used in biotechnology, bioscience and pharmaceutical industries. Since the last decade, the global life science reagents market has experienced impressive growth due to factors such as technology advancement and expansion in applications of biotechnology and biosciences in the field of healthcare and pharmaceuticals. Some other factors contributing to the growth of the life science reagents market include increasing disease prevalence and rise in their mortality rates, aging of population and increased research and development activities in the field of biosciences, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. Based on the commercially available life science reagent products, the global life science reagents market is categorized as PCR reagent kits, cell and tissue culture reagents, flow cytometry reagents, electrophoresis reagents, chromatography reagents, in-vitro diagnostic reagents and others. In addition, the global life science reagents market is segmented on the basis of end users, namely, commercial and contract manufacturers, research and academics, clinical laboratories, and forensic laboratories.

Chromatography reagents are the most widely used reagent products thus, capturing the highest market share in the overall life science reagents market. Wide use of chromatography in almost every aspect of biotechnology-related research and product development is the prime contributing factor for the dominance of this segment. On the other hand, the market share of electrophoresis reagents is the lowest as compared to other products available in the overall life science reagents market. Technological advancement and increasing initiatives towards the expansion of scope of biotechnology and life science has led to perpetual rise in demand for life science reagents worldwide.

In terms of end users, research and academic institutions are the largest consumers of life science reagents. Technological development and corresponding rise in the number of available skilled labor in emerging economies have widened the scope for research outsourcing in the developing markets of India and Brazil. Processes such as pharmaceutical contract manufacturing and cosmetic product manufacturing constitute the largest commercial consumers of life science reagents. Due to the requirement of high capital investment to perform stability studies, formulation development and phase-I trials, several pharmaceutical companies outsource drug development operations to contract manufacturing companies to focus on their core activities of manufacturing drugs and marketing, thereby controlling the in-house budget.

The global life science reagents market is fragmented in terms of presence of a large number of multinational and local players. The mature market players such as Sigma Aldrich, Abbott Laboratories, Life Technologies, Bio-Rad and others currently dominate this market with their patent protected products and intensive growth strategies of acquiring new market entrants providing breakthrough technologies. In addition, large patent repositories of the established market players restrains the entry and growth of new players in the life science reagents market.

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Geographically, North America dominates the global life science reagents market and is followed by Europe. Asia-Pacific is expected to show the highest growth rate owing to factors such as increasing research and development activities, rise in the number of government aids, business clusters and trade conglomerates to strengthen biotechnology industry in the respective national markets and rise in the availability of skilled manpower at cheaper cost, thereby increasing the scope for outsourcing of biotech projects. New trend of outsourcing research activities in Asia-Pacific is one of the major driving forces for the growth of the life science reagents market in this region. Countries such as Brazil, Mexico and Argentina in the Rest of the World (RoW) region are adopting strategies such as formation of biotechnology clusters and attracting foreign investments to boost the domestic biotechnology industry. However, stringent regulatory rules restrain the entry of new products in the market and thus, restrict the growth of life science reagents market in these countries.

 

Life Science Reagents Market to Expand at 10.8% CAGR owing to Rising Occurrence of Diseases

Life science reagents include reagents that are used in biotechnology, bioscience and pharmaceutical industries. Since the last decade, the global life science reagents market has experienced impressive growth due to factors such as technology advancement and expansion in applications of biotechnology and biosciences in the field of healthcare and pharmaceuticals. Some other factors contributing to the growth of the life science reagents market include increasing disease prevalence and rise in their mortality rates, aging of population and increased research and development activities in the field of biosciences, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. Based on the commercially available life science reagent products, the global life science reagents market is categorized as PCR reagent kits, cell and tissue culture reagents, flow cytometry reagents, electrophoresis reagents, chromatography reagents, in-vitro diagnostic reagents and others. In addition, the global life science reagents market is segmented on the basis of end users, namely, commercial and contract manufacturers, research and academics, clinical laboratories, and forensic laboratories.

Chromatography reagents are the most widely used reagent products thus, capturing the highest market share in the overall life science reagents market. Wide use of chromatography in almost every aspect of biotechnology-related research and product development is the prime contributing factor for the dominance of this segment. On the other hand, the market share of electrophoresis reagents is the lowest as compared to other products available in the overall life science reagents market. Technological advancement and increasing initiatives towards the expansion of scope of biotechnology and life science has led to perpetual rise in demand for life science reagents worldwide.

In terms of end users, research and academic institutions are the largest consumers of life science reagents. Technological development and corresponding rise in the number of available skilled labor in emerging economies have widened the scope for research outsourcing in the developing markets of India and Brazil. Processes such as pharmaceutical contract manufacturing and cosmetic product manufacturing constitute the largest commercial consumers of life science reagents. Due to the requirement of high capital investment to perform stability studies, formulation development and phase-I trials, several pharmaceutical companies outsource drug development operations to contract manufacturing companies to focus on their core activities of manufacturing drugs and marketing, thereby controlling the in-house budget.

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The global life science reagents market is fragmented in terms of presence of a large number of multinational and local players. The mature market players such as Sigma Aldrich, Abbott Laboratories, Life Technologies, Bio-Rad and others currently dominate this market with their patent protected products and intensive growth strategies of acquiring new market entrants providing breakthrough technologies. In addition, large patent repositories of the established market players restrains the entry and growth of new players in the life science reagents market.

Geographically, North America dominates the global life science reagents market and is followed by Europe. Asia-Pacific is expected to show the highest growth rate owing to factors such as increasing research and development activities, rise in the number of government aids, business clusters and trade conglomerates to strengthen biotechnology industry in the respective national markets and rise in the availability of skilled manpower at cheaper cost, thereby increasing the scope for outsourcing of biotech projects. New trend of outsourcing research activities in Asia-Pacific is one of the major driving forces for the growth of the life science reagents market in this region. Countries such as Brazil, Mexico and Argentina in the Rest of the World (RoW) region are adopting strategies such as formation of biotechnology clusters and attracting foreign investments to boost the domestic biotechnology industry. However, stringent regulatory rules restrain the entry of new products in the market and thus, restrict the growth of life science reagents market in these countries.