March 7, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
The Market for Stem Cell Research Products: Current and Future Opportunities
The market for stem cell research products continues to flourish. As stem cell research begins to yield actionable therapies, companies are investing resources in this area of research that stands to revolutionize the way many diseases are treated. Pharmaceutical and biotech companies are seeking to leverage portfolios beleaguered by high drug attrition rates and expiring patents, and the use of stem cells in the drug discovery phase, rapid developments in regenerative medicine and the emergence of novel cell- based therapies promise to offer exciting new revenue streams. Increasingly, industry and academic institutions are collaborating on stem cell research and product development.
But given that practical stem-cell based therapies can take years to develop and are often stalled by heavy regulation, suppliers are in need of gaining a clear understanding of the wide range of products that support the stem cell research that is currently underway in both academic and industrial labs.
The Market for Stem Cell Research Products: Current and Future Opportunities, BioInformatics LLC's latest report, was designed to help suppliers assess how today's stem cell products market is driven by ongoing stem cell research requirements and how to best address the needs of the current market, to include a market size estimate (by expenditure) for stem cell products and lines worldwide. We surveyed 371 scientists from around the world about their current—and planned—areas of research, usage of stem cell products and preferred suppliers. This report will help decision-makers determine areas poised for growth (i.e., media, sera, supplements and cell lines) in the stem cell research products market, identify key competitors (including expenditure share for each major supplier), and plan a long- term strategy to secure a leading position in this expanding market. Combined with data on scientists' stem cell research budgets and predicted changes in spending through 2015, suppliers can use this information to anticipate areas of growth and product saturation.