Focus on R&D Helps Cell Culture Protein Surface Coating Market

San Francisco, California, February 16, 2018: A report by TMR Research, titled, “Cell Culture Protein Surface Coating Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Analysis, Growth, and Forecast 2017 – 2025,” throws spotlight on the market.

From a regional perspective, North America leads other regions in the global cell culture protein surface coating market. The growth in this region is due to a strong healthcare infrastructure, which has further caused numerous advances in the stem cell research domain. In this region, an ascending demand is observed for medicines having regenerative powers being utilized through autoimmune therapies. This is anticipated to stoke the requirement of surface coatings for developing in-vivo culturing methods. Apart from North America, Asia Pacific is also expected to achieve a significant position in the global cell culture protein surface coating market due to the mushrooming biotechnology industry in leading countries of this region such as India and China.

Exceptional emphasis placed on stem cell research by biotechnology companies and other research based laboratories has been a key factor boosting the cell culture protein surface coating market. Such research is necessary to develop therapies for numerous chronic diseases. Governmental bodies from several nations have extensively funded private companies for carrying out research and development-based activities, which has proved beneficial to the cell culture protein surface coating market. Most of these R&D activities deal with manufacturing regenerative medicines. Several biopharmaceutical products such as vaccines, antibodies, and drugs have improved the demand of cell culture protein surface coatings. Experiments in the domain of stem cells to treat cardiovascular and neurological diseases is anticipated to provide a much needed tailwind to the market in the upcoming years. Brilliant opportunities lie waiting to be tapped in the cell culture protein surface coating market, by implementing 3D cell culture.

Every growing market has a specific market potential, and in case of the potential of cell culture protein surface coating market is drawing a lot of grants and funding. The announcement of two grants each worth US$1.5 million, by American Heart Association (AHA) along with the Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group in 2017 will be provided to scientists working on cardiovascular extracellular matrix (ECM) research-based studies. With this grant, improvement in vital cell functions could take place, which is highly beneficial for normal body functions. The ECM can be used as a strong coating in different cell cultures. Such a market potential is expected to open new, lucrative opportunities for the global cell culture protein surface coating market, thus smoothening out cell processes.

Speaking about the vendor landscape in the global cell culture protein surface coating market, a decent competition exists due to an assortment of global as well as local players. Top companies are expending a lot of focus on biotechnology-based techniques in order to provide solutions associated with in-vitro cell functions and cell attachment abilities. In this way, these businesses have gained an edge over others who still are in their nascent stages. Biomedtech Laboratories Inc., Progen Biotechnik GmbH, EMD Millipore, Sigma-Aldrich Corporation, Corning Incorporated, Neuvitro Corporation, Fisher Scientific, and Agilent Technologies, are some of the chief players operating in the cell culture protein surface coating market.

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