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Research and Markets Announces the Release of Global Biobank (Biospecimen/Biorepository/Biopreservation) Market For Equipment & Media – Trends & Forecast to 2017
Date:3/25/2013

arch for treatment of cell and tissue disorders is on the rise. The main application areas driving the biobank (biospecimen/ biorepository/biopreservation) market for equipment and media are advances in regenerative medicine, biobanking and drug discovery. Despite restraints such as financial, ethical, regulatory and reimbursement issues, the biopreservation market is expected to grow in the next five years.

The global biobank (biospecimen/ biorepository/biopreservation) market for equipment and media witnesses high competitive intensity. Segment rivalry is high, as there are a few big firms and many small firms with similar product offerings. The firms operating in the market fight to garner market share, leading to frequent price wars, advertising battles, incessant launch of new products, and increased customer services & warranties.

The global biopreservation media market is dominated by home-brew media solutions, which account for nearly 71% of the market. Apart from home-brew media solutions, the major players operating in the biopreservation media market include Organ Recovery Systems, Teva Pharmaceuticals, and Genzyme. The global biopreservation equipment market has many well-established as well as local players dominating the industry market. Some of the major players are Thermofisher Scientific, Taylor-Wharton, and VWR International.

Scope of the Report

The research report categorizes the global biobank (biospecimen/ biorepository/biopreservation) market for equipment and media into two segments: biopreservation media market and biopreservation equipment market. Both of these markets are broken down into segments and sub-segments, providing exhaustive value-volume analysis for the years (2010, 2011 and 2012) as well as forecast up to 2017. Each market is comprehensively analyzed at a granul
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