Biobanks are the storage units for the wide-range repositories that are responsible for the collection, storage and distribution of human samples like blood, cells, plasma, serum, urine, tissues, etc. Integration of advanced technologies, data analytics, and automation supports the maintenance of the biobanks. Some of the biobanks also keep records of the personal and health information of the patients like genetic information, health records, family histories, and lifestyle history. The information is helpful in predicting diseases and other biological and genetic studies.
The Canada biobanks market is segmented by type, ownership, product, specimen type, application, end user, competitional landscape, and regional distribution. Based on type, the market is further segmented into population based biobanks, disease oriented biobanks, tissue biobanks, and others. Disease oriented biobanks are anticipated to hold the largest revenue share of the market and assert their dominance over the market in the upcoming five years on account of surging count of chronic diseases, neural diseases and genetic diseases. Moreover, rapidly increasing studies based on the cure for various diseases as well as to understand the new diseases, communicable or non-communicable is also expected to drive the growth of the Canada biobanks market in the next five years.
A partial list of market players in the Canada biobanks market includes Applied Biobanking Solutions Inc., BC Children’s Hospital Biobank, McCain GU BioBank, Alberta Cancer Research Biobank, Biobank at Montreal Heart Institute, CHU Dumont Biobank, Pfeffer Lab Biobank, Research Centre for Women’s and Infants’ Health (RCWIH) BioBank, Maternal-Infant Research on Environmental Chemicals (MIREC), Canadian Biosample Repository, CARTaGENE biobank, among others. These market players hold larger shares in the market than the new market players. With the evolving technology, it is appropriate to say that the effective research and development of the technologically advanced instruments and methods to satisfy consumer demands would support the market growth and benefit the market players as well as the consumers. New market players may focus on the research and development to provide such products that satisfies the consumer demand as well as benefits the market players in building their brand value. Other competitive strategies include mergers & acquisitions and new product developments.
Years considered for this report:
- Historical Years: 2016 - 2019
- Base Year: 2020
- Estimated Year: 2021E
- Forecast Period: 2022F - 2026F
Objective of the Study:
- To analyze the historical growth in the market size of Canada biobanks market from 2016 to 2020.
- To estimate and forecast the market size of Canada biobanks market from 2021 to 2026 and growth rate until 2026.
- To classify and forecast Canada biobanks market based on type, ownership, product, specimen type, application, end user, competitional landscape, and regional distribution.
- To identify dominant region or segment in the Canada biobanks market.
- To identify drivers and challenges for Canada biobanks market.
- To examine competitive developments such as expansions, new product launches, mergers & acquisitions, etc., in Canada biobanks market.
- To identify and analyze the profile of leading players operating in Canada biobanks market.
- To identify key sustainable strategies adopted by market players in Canada biobanks market.
The publisher performed both primary as well as exhaustive secondary research for this study. Initially, the publisher sourced a list of manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors across the country. Subsequently, the publisher conducted primary research surveys with the identified companies. While interviewing, the respondents were also enquired about their competitors. Through this technique, the publisher could include the manufacturers which could not be identified due to the limitations of secondary research. The publisher analyzed the manufacturers, distribution channels and presence of all major players across the country.
The publisher calculated the market size of Canada biobanks market using a bottom-up approach, wherein data for various end-user segments was recorded and forecast for the future years. The publisher sourced these values from the industry experts and company representatives and externally validated through analyzing historical data of these product types and applications for getting an appropriate, overall market size. Various secondary sources such as company websites, news articles, press releases, company annual reports, investor presentations and financial reports were also studied.
Key Target Audience:
- Biobanks manufacturers, end users, and other stakeholders
- Organizations, forums, and alliances related to biobanks
- Market research and consulting firms
The study is useful in providing answers to several critical questions that are important for the industry stakeholders such as manufacturers, suppliers, end users, etc., besides allowing them in strategizing investments and capitalizing on market opportunities.
In this report, Canada biobanks market has been segmented into following categories, in addition to the industry trends which have also been detailed below:
Canada Biobanks Market, By Type
- Population Based Biobanks
- Disease Oriented Biobanks
- Tissue Biobanks
Canada Biobanks Market, By Ownership
- Academic & Research Institutes
- Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Industries
- Non-Profit Organizations
Canada Biobanks Market, By Product
- Equipment & Consumables
- Software & Services
Canada Biobanks Market, By Specimen Type
- Blood Products
- Solid Tissue
- Cell Lines
- Nucleic Acid
Canada Biobanks Market, By Application
- Drug Discovery
- Clinical Research
- Clinical Diagnostics
Canada Biobanks Market, By End User
- Academic & Research Institutes
- Pharma & Biotech Companies
- Hospitals & Clinics
Canada Biobanks Market, By Region
- British Columbia
- Saskatchewan and Manitoba
- Rest of Canada
Company Profiles: Detailed analysis of the major companies present in Canada biobanks market.
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Table of Contents
6.1.1. By Value
6.2. Market Share & Forecast
6.2.1. By Type (Population Based Biobanks, Disease Oriented Biobanks, Tissue Biobanks, Others)
6.2.2. By Ownership (Academic & Research Institutes, Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Industries, Hospitals, Non-Profit Organizations, Others)
6.2.3. By Product (Equipment & Consumables, Media, Software & Services)
6.2.4. By Specimen Type (Blood Products, Solid Tissue, Cell Lines, Nucleic Acid, Others)
6.2.5. By Application (Therapeutics, Drug Discovery, Clinical Research, Clinical Diagnostics, Others)
6.2.6. By End User (Academic & Research Institutes, Pharma & Biotech Companies, Hospitals & Clinics, Others)
6.2.7. By Company (2020)
6.2.8. By Region
6.3. Product Market Map
7.1.1. By Value
7.2. Market Share & Forecast
7.2.1. By Ownership
7.2.2. By Specimen Type
7.2.3. By Application
7.2.4. By End User
8.1.1. By Value
8.2. Market Share & Forecast
8.2.1. By Ownership
8.2.2. By Specimen Type
8.2.3. By Application
8.2.4. By End User
9.1.1. By Value
9.2. Market Share & Forecast
9.2.1. By Ownership
9.2.2. By Specimen Type
9.2.3. By Application
9.2.4. By End User
14.2. Company Profiles
14.2.1. Applied Biobanking Solutions Inc.
14.2.2. BC Children’s Hospital Biobank
14.2.3. McCain GU BioBank
14.2.4. Alberta Cancer Research Biobank
14.2.5. Biobank at Montreal Heart Institute
14.2.6. CHU Dumont Biobank
14.2.7. Pfeffer Lab Biobank
14.2.8. Research Centre for Women’s and Infants’ Health (RCWIH) BioBank
14.2.9. Maternal-Infant Research on Environmental Chemicals (MIREC)
14.2.10. Canadian Biosample Repository
14.2.11. CARTaGENE biobank
A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:
- Applied Biobanking Solutions Inc.
- BC Children’s Hospital Biobank
- McCain GU BioBank
- Alberta Cancer Research Biobank
- Biobank at Montreal Heart Institute
- CHU Dumont Biobank
- Pfeffer Lab Biobank
- Research Centre for Women’s and Infants’ Health (RCWIH) BioBank
- Maternal-Infant Research on Environmental Chemicals (MIREC)
- Canadian Biosample Repository
- CARTaGENE biobank