The global market for cell-free protein is thriving along the growth of research laboratories and pharmaceutical companies. The synthesis of a recombinant of protein in cell lysates without the use of living cells is the basis of cell-free protein expression. Isotopic labeling of products, reduced span of protein synthesis, optimization of protein complexes, and lower costs are some of the advantages that cell-free protein expression has over protein expression in living cells. Multiple proteins and toxic proteins can also be expressed with the help of the latter, thus, pointing to its relevance for medical and pharmaceutical research. Transparency Market Research (TMR) profiled a report on the global market for cell-free protein expression in order to understand the nooks and cranny of the market. The report is titled ‘Cell-free Protein Expression Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 – 2024’.
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Modification of proteins, enzyme engineering, and protein purification are some of the important avenues wherein cell-free protein expression plays an integral role. Hence, the market is expected to reap tremendous benefits from the execution of the aforementioned processes. Outsourcing of research, testing, and development activities by pharmaceutical companies is also expected to gross in commendable revenues for the global market.
The prominence of research labs, academic institutes, and pharmaceutical companies across North America places the regional market at the top of the table for market share. Asia Pacific (APAC) and Europe are projected to exhibit a high growth rate over the coming years. Apart from the aforementioned regions, the other regional segments for the global cell-free protein expression market are the Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Latin America.
Some of the leading players in the global market for cell-free protein expression are Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., CellFree Sciences Co., and Promega Corporation.