Global Industry Analysts, Inc. (GIA) launches comprehensive analysis of industry segments, market trends, growth drivers, market share, size and demand forecasts on the global Cell Surface Markers market. Market segmentation includes Product (Antibodies and PCR Arrays).
The global market for cell surface markers is bolstered by rising cases of cancer and autoimmune diseases, creating the need for disease identification and automation solutions. In 2018, there were nearly 17 million new cases of cancer and around 9.5 million associated mortalities globally. The number of new cases and related deaths are projected to exceed 27.5 million and 16.3 million, respectively, by 2040, creating strong demand for cell surface markers for timely detection of cancer. The market is also benefitting from rising application of stem cell technology, advances in healthcare technology, and efforts to reduce disease diagnosis costs. Increasing geriatric population is expected to push healthcare spending and the need for effective, timely diagnostic techniques to aid treatment. These efforts are anticipated to present attractive opportunities for cell surface markers over the medium term. These markers are expected to experience robust demand across emerging markets like Asia-Pacific.
The cell surface markers market is anticipated to present lucrative opportunities for participants owing to continuing advancements in the field of surface markers. The emergence of new therapies to target liver cancer stem cells is expected to improve overall efficacy of traditional radiotherapy and chemotherapy procedures intended to treat liver cancer. One of the noteworthy developments in this direction is the identification of an ATP-competitive mTOR inhibitor, INK128, which holds potential to suppress CD44+, a liver cancer stem cell surface marker, along with sorafenib-insensitive hepatocellular carcinoma in-vivo and in-vitro. On the other hand, the complexity and lack of desirable expertise related to the use of flow cytometers are hindering the market growth. Low awareness across regions, such as Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, is inhibiting broader adoption of sophisticated flow cytometers. These instruments are also facing issues in terms of quantity of concurrent measurements, spectral overlap areas, data accuracy, complicated data processing, and automation of cluster identification.
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Key Competitors Covered in the Report -
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.
Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
R&D Systems, Inc.
F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG
Cell Signaling Technology, Inc.
GenScript Biotech Corporation
Segments Covered in the Report -
Product (Antibodies, PCR Arrays)
Cell Type (T Cell, B Cell, NK Cell, Monocyte Cell, Other Cell Types)
Application (Research, Clinical)
End-Use (Academic & Research Institutes, Hospitals & Clinical Laboratories, Other End-Uses)
Geographies Analyzed in the Report -
Rest of Europe
Rest of Asia-Pacific
Rest of Latin America
Rest of Middle East
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