Over the past few years, the demand for biotherapeutics has witnessed a significant rise, thanks to the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, and multiple sclerosis. This growth in the demand for biotherapeutics, together with the imminent launch of several biopharmaceutical drugs, has created a substantial demand for cell line development.
On the other hand, the strict rules and policies, regulating cell culture procedures in the production of biotherapeutics are creating difficulties for participants in their business expansion. However, unmet medical needs in emerging economies of Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Africa, is expected to provide lucrative opportunities for market players over the next few years.
The global Biotherapeutics Cell Line Development Market for is estimated to with the opportunity in biotherapeutics cell line development will rise from US$56 mn in 2014 to nearly US$100 mn by 2022, rising at a CAGR of 7.50% between 2015 and 2022.
North America has acquired the leading position in the worldwide market for biotherapeutics cell line development. In 2014, the opportunity in this region stood at US$23.5 mn, which is likely to increase to US$41 mn by the end of 2022. The presence of a large pool of leading biopharmaceutical companies has stimulated the biotherapeutics cell line development activities in this region, leading to remarkable growth in the market. The increasing base of geriatric population in this region is also presenting huge opportunities for the development of cell lines in biotherapeutics.
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Europe, which emerged second in this market in 2014, is expected to report steady growth in the near future, thanks to the rising demand for biotherapeutics. The future of cell line development in biotherapeutics, however, lies in Asia Pacific, which stood at third position in 2014. The potential that this region holds can be understood by the fact that Asia Pacific is expected to register the fastest CAGR of 9.40% during the forecast period. The unmet medical needs and the increasing investments by major pharma companies is projected to amplify the development of biotherapeutics cell line in this region.
Single cell cloning and transfection and selection are the two main processes for biotherapeutics cell line development. Single cell cloning led the market with a share of 96% in 2014. The growing adoption of instruments such as FACS and ClonePix has added significantly to the growth of single cell cloning in the recent times.