Cell Culture: The World Market for Media, Sera and Reagents, 3rd. EditionPublished: October 2011No. of Pages: 155Price: $ ...
• Estimated Market Share by Region (North America, Europe, U.S.)• Key Market Drivers and Restraints for suppliers, includi...
Table Of ContentsCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARYScope and MethodologyCells for Biopharmaceutical ProductionBacteria and Yea...
Bacteria and Yeasts SystemsAnimal Cell SystemInsect Cell SystemsAdvantages/Disadvantages of Cell Culture SystemsCell Lines...
TransferrinThrombinGrowth SupplementsProtease InhibitorAttachment FactorsShifting Towards Non-animal Derived ReagentsAddre...
Cell Culture ProductsMammalian Cell CultureCell in Microtiter Plates for HTSPrimary CulturesInsect Cell CultureAthena Enzy...
R&D Development ProgramInvitriaHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsCellastimLacrominOptiferrinITSE Animal-fr...
R&D Systems, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsSAFC BiosciencesHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Cultu...
2015Exhibit 4-4 : Cell Culture Market Share, 2010Exhibit 4-5 : Selected Transgenic Products in Clinical TrialsAbout Us:Rep...
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Cell Culture: The World Market for Media, Sera and Reagents, 3rd. Edition

  1. 1. Cell Culture: The World Market for Media, Sera and Reagents, 3rd. EditionPublished: October 2011No. of Pages: 155Price: $ 3500Several cell culture-derived biopharmaceutical drugs were launched in the US and Europeanmarkets in 2010. Biopharmaceuticals (recombinant proteins, monoclonal antibody andnucleic acid-based products) represent the fastest growing sector in the pharmaceuticalindustry. Driving the extraordinary interest in biopharmaceuticals is the ability of these largeproteins to target diseases in a very specific manner, thus maximizing efficacy whileminimizing side effects.Growth in the development and production of biopharmaceuticals is the most significantdriver of the cell culture market. Biological products are developed from large andcomplex protein molecules, which require equally complex manufacturing methods and anarray of analytical techniques. Protein-based biopharmaceuticals are invariably produced byan initial cell culture step (upstream processing), followed by product recovery, purificationand formulation into final product format (downstream processing).This report analyzes the world market for the cell cultures used in these steps and themajor trends driving this market. Forecasts and current market sizing are provided in threespecific segments:• Media,• Sera, and• ReagentsBrowse All: Biotechnology Market ResearchIn addition to a thorough discussion of the technologies and techniques currently employedand emerging in the cell culture area, the Kaloramas exhaustive report provides specificinformation on:• Market Size, growth, and forecasts of the segments through 2015• Competitive Market Share by leading supplier as of 2010.
  2. 2. • Estimated Market Share by Region (North America, Europe, U.S.)• Key Market Drivers and Restraints for suppliers, including discussions of biopharmaceuticalpipelines, biomedical R&D directions, and the future of transgenic plant and animalproduction.• Review of the various expression systems (Bacteria, Yeast, Insect, and Mammal) and thebiopharmaceutical product manufactured by these systems• Discussion of the preferences in media types vying for dominance in the market, includingthe following:ADCF - animal derived component free mediaCD - chemically defined mediaCSFM - complete serum free mediumPF - protein free mediaSF - serum free mediaSFM - serum free medium• Major Trends Impacting the Market stem cell research (including plans of majorcompanies)cell culture-based vaccine Production and generic bipharmaceuticals• Profiles of Leading Suppliers and information about M&A activities in recent yearsThe information for this report Cell Culture: The World Market for Media, Sera andReagents, 3rd. Edition was gathered using both primary and secondary research includingcomprehensive research of secondary sources such as company literature, databases,investment reports, and medical and business journals. Telephone interviews and emailcorrespondence were the primary method of gathering information. For the purpose of thisstudy Kalorama Information conducted interviews with key industry officials, consultants,and government personnel. These sources were the primary basis in gathering informationspecifically relating to revenue and market share data presented in this report. Specificinterviews with pharmaceutical company and cell culture supply company representativesincluded marketing directors, division managers, and product representatives.All Kalorama reports advertise the single user price, which limits access to one user. Wealso feature department and global pricing for reports that will be utilized by more than oneuser at your company. Please ask your sales representative or select the correct license onour website.
  3. 3. Table Of ContentsCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARYScope and MethodologyCells for Biopharmaceutical ProductionBacteria and Yeasts SystemsAnimal Cell SystemsInsect Cell SystemsCell Lines and Cell BanksFermentors and BioreactorsStirred-Tank ReactorsAirlift FermentorsPacked Bed ReactorsHollow-Fiber ReactorDisposable SystemsFermentation ProcessesBatch and Fed-Batch FermentationSuspended vs. Anchored CellsMicroencapsulationCell Culture EnvironmenFunctions and Components of Basal MediapH and Osmotic PressureEnergy SourcesNutrientsCell Culture MediaLysogeny broth (LB)Classical MediaSerum-free MediaProtein-Free MediaChemically Defined MediaSpecialty MediaSeraReagentsShifting Towards Non-animal Derived ReagentsAddressing Reagent Safety IssuesWorld Cell Culture MarketCell Culture Market and ForecastCurrent and Future TrendsCHAPTER TWO: GENETICALLY MODIFIED CELLS FOR BIOPHARMACEUTICALDEVELOPMENTGrowing Demand for BiopharmaceuticalsBiopharmaceutical MarketDevelopment of BiopharmaceuticalsBiopharmaceutical Product ApprovalsBiopharmaceutical Growth Increases Demand for Cell Culture ProductsA Brief History of BiotechnologyScience of Genetic ManipulationFrom Petri Dish to Biopharmaceutical Upstream Bioprocessing: Cell Culture ExpressionSystemsCells for Biopharmaceutical Production
  4. 4. Bacteria and Yeasts SystemsAnimal Cell SystemInsect Cell SystemsAdvantages/Disadvantages of Cell Culture SystemsCell Lines and Cell BanksBiopharmaceuticals Produced from Cell CultureCell Culture Practices and Regulatory GuidelinesValidation of FacilitiesMaintaining Sterilization StandardsCHAPTER THREE: CELL CULTURE TECHNOLOGYIntroduction and OverviewMilestones in Cell Culture DevelopmentCell Lines for BioproductionPredominant Cell LinesChinese Hamster Ovary (CHO)SP / , and NSHEK and PER. CFermentors and BioreactorsTypes of Bioreactors/FermentorsStirred-tank ReactorsAirlift FermentorsPacked Bed ReactorsHollow-fiber ReactorDisposable SystemsFermentation ProcessesBatch and Fed-Batch FermentationSuspended vs. Anchored CellsMicroencapsulationCell Culture EnvironmentFunctions and Components of Basal MediapH and Osmotic PressureEnergy SourcesNutrientsCell Culture MediaTypes of MediaLysogeny broth (LB)Classical MediaSerum-free MediaProtein-free MediaChemically Defined MediaSpecialty MediaSeraSources of SeraBovine Serum Safety Issues and RegulationsShift to Serum-free MediaReagentsMajor Types of Biologic ReagentsAmino AcidsGrowth Factors and CytokinesAlbumin
  5. 5. TransferrinThrombinGrowth SupplementsProtease InhibitorAttachment FactorsShifting Towards Non-animal Derived ReagentsAddressing Reagent Safety IssuesCHAPTER FOUR: CELL CULTURE MARKET; CURRENT AND FUTURE TRENDSOverviewCell Culture MarketMarket DriversCell Culture Market ForecastSegment AnalysisMediaSeraReagentsCell Culture Suppliers’ Market Sharecurrent and future trendsShift to Serum-free and Animal Product-free MediaConcomitant Need for Animal-derived MediaCell Culture-based Vaccine ProductionCell Culture-based Vaccine on MarketStem Cell Research Driving Cell Culture MarketLife TechnologiesSigma-AldrichThermoFisher ScientificLonza BioscienceEMD MilliporeBD BioscienceImpact of Generic Biopharmaceuticals on Cell Culture MarketImpact of Transgenic Animals and Plants on the Cell Culture MarketCHAPTER FIVE: COMPANY PROFILESAdvanced Biotechnologies, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture Products and ServicesAffymetrix, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsMolecular Biology EnzymesMolecular Biology Kits and ReagentsPurificationBiochemicalsPCR ReagentsFinancial InformationAMRESCO, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsAnalytical Biological Services Inc.History and Lines of Business
  6. 6. Cell Culture ProductsMammalian Cell CultureCell in Microtiter Plates for HTSPrimary CulturesInsect Cell CultureAthena Enzyme ServicesHistory and Lines of BuinessCell Culture ProductsAtlanta Biologicals, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsAnimal & Human SeraMedia & Balanced SaltsSupplements & ReagentsCell Separation ProductsBD BiosciencesHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsFinancial InformationBIOCHROM AGHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsBioreclamation IncHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsCell Essentials, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsCellGenix Technologie Transfer GmbHHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture Products and ServicesClonTech Laboratories, inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsEMD MilliporeHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsFinancial InformationGemini Bio-ProductsHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsCell Culture SeraHuman SeraSpecialized MediaIrvine ScientificHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsCell Culture ProductsCustom Media ProgramExpress Media Service
  7. 7. R&D Development ProgramInvitriaHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsCellastimLacrominOptiferrinITSE Animal-freeZap-CHOZap-HybridomaJ R Scientific, Inc.History and DevelopmentCell Culture ProductsLife Technologies CorporationHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsFinancial InformationLonza BioscienceHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture Products and ServicesCulture Media DevelopmentCell Line CreationCell BankingFinancial InformationMediatech, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsMP BiomedicalsHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsNovozymes Biopharma US IncHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsrAlbuminAlbucultAlbufuse and Albufuse FlexYeast Expression TechnologyGrowth FactorsBacillus-derived Hyaluronic AcidPurification LigandsRecombinant TansferrinPAA labORATORIES, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsPromoCell GmbHHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsQuality Biological, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture Products
  8. 8. R&D Systems, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsSAFC BiosciencesHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsFinancial InformationSBH SciencesHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsSelexis SAHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsSeraCare Life Sciences, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsFinancial InformationSera Laboratories International LtdHistory and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsProduct CategoriesThermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsFinancial InformationWisent, Inc.History and Lines of BusinessCell Culture ProductsLIST OF EXHIBITSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARYExhibit 1-1 : Worldwide Cell Culture MarketExhibit 1-2 : Cell Culture World Market Share, by Region, 2010CHAPTER TWO: GENETICALLY MODIFIED CELLS FOR BIOPHARMACEUTICAL DEVELOPMENTExhibit 2-1 : Biopharmaceutical Development by General Indication and DevelopmentActivity (Phase III through Registration)Exhibit 2-2 : Biopharmaceuticals Approved in the US and/or the EU, 2010Exhibit 2-3 : Approximate times from Introduced Gene to Protein Production at UseableLevelsExhibit 2-4 : Disadvantages/Advantages of Cell Culture SystemsExhibit 2-5 : Selected Biopharmaceuticals Produced from Bacteria, Yeast and MammalianCellsCHAPTER THREE: CELL CULTURE TECHNOLOGYExhibit 3-1 : Selected Products/Companies Offering Alternatives to Animal Sera Productsfor Hybridoma, Myeloma and CHO cell linesCHAPTER FOUR: CELL CULTURE MARKET; CURRENT AND FUTURE TRENDSExhibit 4-1 : Worldwide Cell Culture Market, 2005-2015Exhibit 4-2 : Cell Culture World Market Share, by Region, 2010Exhibit 4-3 : World Cell Culture Market by Segment: Media, Sera and Reagents, 2005-
  9. 9. 2015Exhibit 4-4 : Cell Culture Market Share, 2010Exhibit 4-5 : Selected Transgenic Products in Clinical TrialsAbout Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 100,000+ market research reports and in-depthmarket research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online andoffline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market researchreports.Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/marketsreportsOur Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/ReportsnReports/191441427571689Contact:Mr.Priyank7557 Rambler road,Suite727,Dallas,TX75231Tel: + 1 888 391 5441E-mail: sales@reportsandreports.comhttp://www.reportsnreports.comVisit our Market Research Blog

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