A report from The Business Research Company shows that the biobanks market is expected to grow at an annual growth rate of more than 6% by 2023.
The biobanks market consists of sales of biological specimens such as blood products, human tissues, cell lines nucleic acids (DNA, RNA) and other specimens through biorepositories. A biobank is a collection of human biological specimens including whole organs, tissue, blood products, plasma, urine, or intracellular components such as DNA and RNA.
The biobanks market size is expected to reach $69 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of around 6%. The growth in the biobanks market can be attributed to increasing incidence of diseases such as cancer and rising global ageing population.
The Biobanks market industry can be further categorized into Segments: blood products, cell lines, nucleic acids, and human tissues and cells.
Major Key competitive players in the global biobanks market report include Japanese Red Cross Society (JRCS), American Red Cross, Canadian Blood Services, Biobank Graz, Shanghai Zhangjiang Biobank.
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- Executive Summary
- Table of Contents
- List of Figures
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- Report Structure
- Biobanks Market Characteristics
- Biobanks Market – Supply Chain
- Biobanks Market Industry Trends and Strategies
- Biobanks Market Size and Growth
- Biobanks Market Regional and Country Analysis
- Biobanks Market Segmentation
- Global Biobanks Market Comparison with Macro Economic Factors
- Asia-Pacific Biobanks Market
- Western Europe Biobanks Market Overview
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