Live Cell Imaging Market to Reach USD 7 Bn by 2022, States RNCOS in Its New Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

20 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Worldwide, the live cell imaging sector is anticipated to be worth USD 7 billion by 2022. Among the types of products, the equipment market is set to capture the lion’s share in 2016. The main factors fuelling the market growth include the rising incidence rates of chronic illnesses, soaring needs for high-content analysis techniques, surging funding support by private and public sector, availability of long-term platform for live cell imaging, and live cell imaging instruments propelling drug discovery. However, there are certain challenges the sector is facing, including maintaining live cells on the stage of a microscope, dearth of awareness, mimicking the in vivo microenvironment, etc.

North America takes the lead in the live cell imaging market globally owing to a rich volume of cell biology researches carried out across the region. Live cell imaging is extensively entering into a range of fields like developmental biology, cell biology, drug discovery, neurobiology, stem cell biology and electrophysiology. This powerful tool is used for providing crucial insights into cell function, comprising dynamic processes in living cells at the nanometer level in real time. Latest advancements in microscopy imaging techniques like fluorescence light microscopy, comprising super resolution, photo activation, amongst others, and confocal microscopy are pushing live cell imaging for a set of applications.

New research report “Live Cell Imaging Market Outlook 2022” drawn up by RNCOS E-Services (RNCOS) includes an all-round analysis of the actual and future state of the live cell imaging industry. The study presents a comprehensive review of a range of techniques utilised in imaging of live cells; it also provides the market segmentation based on applications, products, technology, and by geography. The report includes insights into the market dynamics, covers the main trends and developments, and M&As and other collaborations. The publication offers an insightful discussion of the dominant market players, giving a brief business and financials overview relative to each of these industry participants in tandem with their product portfolios. It also analyses each player’s recent developments and also their strong and weak points.

More comprehensive studies created by the publisher can be found at RNCOS page.

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