Registering a CAGR of 8.6%, the Global Cell Lysis Disruption Market is expected to reach USD 5.7 Billion in by 2025.
The expanding biotechnology and biopharmaceutical sector are driving the growth of this market. For instance, firms in the U.S. firms perform extensive RD in pharmaceuticals which is approximately USD 75 billion.
The market is dominated by numerous established players. The key players are involved in product launches and strategic collaborations to strengthen their market positions. For instance, in June 2018, Thermo Fisher Scientific acquired Gatan, Inc. from Roper Technologies for approximately USD 925 million.
The rising focus on personalized medicine would directly drive the growth of the global cell lysis disruption market. Strategic initiatives, mergers acquisitions, partnerships, agreements, product launches, government approvals, and expansion of manufacturing facilities by major competitors are expected to positively affect market growth during the forecast period.
- Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. (US)
- Danaher Corporation (US)
- Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. (US)
- Miltenyi Biotec (Germany)
- Merck KGAA (Germany)
- Qsonica, LLC (US)
- Becton Dickinson Company (US)
- Cell Signaling Technology, Inc. (US)
- Hoffmann–La Roche Ltd (Switzerland)
- Qiagen N.V. (Netherlands)
The global Cell Lysis Disruption Market has been segmented into technique, product, cell type, and end user.
By technique, the market has been segregated into reagent based and physical disruption. The reagent based segment has been further sub-segmented into detergent and enzymatic. The physical disruption further divided into mechanical homogenization, ultrasonic homogenization, pressure homogenization, and temperature treatments
By product, the market has been bifurcated into consumables and instruments. The consumables segment is estimated to hold major market share in the market due to the rise in funding of cell based research. Consumables has been further divided into reagent and kits, beads and disposables. The instrument segment has been further categorized as sonicators, homogenizers, French press, microfluidizer, and others.
On the basis of cell type, the global cell lysis disruption market has been classified as mammalian cells, microbial cells, and others.
The global cell lysis disruption market, by end user, has been divided into research laboratories and institutes, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and others.
On a regional basis, the Americas is anticipated to dominate the global cell lysis disruption market owing to the growing clinical RD budgets by both governments as well as public and private organizations in the pharmaceutical and biotech sector and increasing demand for novel therapeutics in the region. Additionally, the rising prevalence of geriatric population along with various chronic diseases is contributing to the growth of this market.
According to a report by the Population Reference Bureau, the number of older population (aged 65 and above) will rise to nearly 24% from 15% by 2060. Europe is expected to hold the second-largest position in the global cell lysis disruption cell lysis buffer market owing to the presence of a strong academic research base and availability of funding for research in the European countries. Moreover, rising healthcare expenditure is boosting the market in this region. Asia-Pacific is anticipated to be the fastest-growing region is due to the growing interest of major key players in emerging markets and rapidly developing healthcare infrastructure in this region. The Middle East Africa has the least share of the global cell lysis disruption market. Moreover, the major market share of the region is expected to be held by the Middle East region owing to the increasing government initiatives for the healthcare sector.
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