PUNE, India, November 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- MarketReportsOnline.com adds "Global Biopreservation Market: Size, Trends & Forecasts (2016-2020)" report that provides an in-depth analysis of the biopreservation industry by value and by segments. The report provides an analysis of the biopreservation market by region: North America and Asia-Pacific. Biopreservation is preserving the human biological samples also known as biospecimen in the cultured and stable environment for retaining the functionality of the samples intended to be used for various research purposes. Cells, tissues, plasma, urine, saliva, organs, and other body fluids are the type of samples that are preserved for a specific duration. The biopreservation market can be segmented on the basis of product type and on the basis of application. Complete report on Biopreservation market spread across 76 pages providing 4 company profiles and 1 table and 45 figures is now available at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/506278.html. The biopreservation market by product type has the following sub segments: equipment market, media market and laboratory information management system (LIMS). The biopreservation market by application can be classified into: biobanking, regenerative medicine and drug discovery. Country Coverage of Biopreservation Market: North America & Asia-Pacific Company Coverage of Biopreservation Market: Biolife Solutions, Inc., QIAGEN, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. & VWR International Global biopreservation market has increased at a significant CAGR during the years 2011-2015 and the projections are made that the market would rise tremendously in the next four years i.e. 2016-2020. The growth of the global biopreservation market is expected due to increasing healthcare expenditure, increasing chronic diseases, rapidly mushrooming biorepositories and the increment in personalized medicines. Yet, the market faces some challenges such as risk in sample custody, management issues of biospecimens, need to develop the preservation methods and compromised biospecimen information.