Cell culture refers to the removal of cells from an animal or plant and their subsequent growth in a favorable artificial environment. The cells may be removed from the tissue directly and disaggregated by enzymatic or mechanical means before cultivation, or they may be derived from a cell line or cell strain that has already been established.
Significant growth within the biopharmaceuticals industry is spurring unprecedented innovation and demand for cell culture products for the purposes of drug discovery and safety testing. While 2D cell cultures have been in laboratory use since the 1950s, the market for 3D cultures, which more accurately model human tissue in vivo without utilizing animal test subjects, has witnessed spectacular growth over the past decade. Indeed, this market is poised to experience explosive growth within the forecast period, as well as create fertile ground for consolidations, mergers, and acquisitions for many types and sizes of companies.
Fueled by toxicity testing and increased biopharmaceutical production, the assay kits category is the fastest moving segment of the overall market, moving at a tremendous 42% CAGR. Demand in this area is driven by the fact that assay kits contain all the necessary reagents and specific protocols packaged for laboratory use.
3D cell culture technologies have revolutionized our understanding of cellular behavior, both in culture and in vivo, but adoption by cell-based screening groups has been slow owing to problems of consistency, scale and cost. The evolving field of high content screening technologies will, however, require a rethinking of 3D cell culture adoption to ensure the next generation of cells provide relevant in vivo-like data.
- 3D cell culture in oncology Drug discovery.
- The Dawn and the rise of 3D-culture systems.
- 3DCell Culture Techniques for Cancer Drug Discovery.
- 3D Modelling
- stem cell research
- Cell Growth & Death Assays
- Screening models
- 3D Cell Culture versus 2D Cell Culture
- Plant tissue culture
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