To operate successfully within the exosome marketplace, it is vital to assess novel opportunities for product development. Currently, there are five market segments that compose the market for stem cell exosomes. These market segments include: Exosome therapeutics, diagnostic tools, research tools, cosmeceuticals, and manufacturing technologies. [Read more…]
Exosomes are small vesicles that are found in nearly all eukaryotic fluids and facilitate a range of important cellular functions. It has been long known that stem cells have the potential to exert therapeutic effects, but it only now being recognized that exosomes play an important role how these effects occur.
Over the past few years, this recognition has fueled a market for products and technologies leveraging stem cell exosomes. Key events in the formation of this market are highlighted in the timeline below.
Timeline of Exosome Industry Events
Tuesday 12 Sep 2017, Washington DC (Newswire) — BioInformant is launching the “Market for Stem Cell Exosomes – Products, Services, & Technologies,” a global strategic report targeting the growing demand for exosome therapeutics, diagnostics, and research tools.
Exosomes are rapidly gaining momentum as a strategy for accessing the therapeutic effects of stem cells without the risks and difficulties of administering the cells to patients. With exosome companies multiplying in number and exosome publications on the rise, it is clear that exosomes will play a crucial role in the cell therapy movement.
Based in Washington, DC, BioInformant is the first and only market research firm to specialize in the stem cell industry. With more than a decade of experience in tracking the stem cell industry (2006 to present), BioInformant has a robust database on which to base future market predictions. Written for companies developing exosome-related products and technologies, the report analyzes strategic opportunities for commercializing products involving exosomes derived from stem cells, as well as other cell sources. [Read more…]
Exosomes are small vesicles ranging from 30-100nm in size that are found in nearly all eukaryotic fluids and facilitate a range of important cellular functions. Although exosomes were discovered more than 30 years ago, it was not until recently that the scientific community began to give credit to exosomes for a range of promising traits.
Exosomes are commonly found in blood, urine, and saliva, among other fluids. Exosomes are also present in other body fluids, such as synovial fluid, amniotic fluid, semen, vaginal fluid, breast milk, and more. [Read more…]
Exosomes are defined as small vesicles ranging from 30-100nm in size that are found in nearly all eukaryotic fluids and facilitate a range of important cellular functions. They transfer DNA, RNA, and proteins to other cells, thereby altering the function of the targeted cells.
For many years, these nano-sized vesicles were considered to be transporters of cellular waste, but recently they have been recognized for their essential role in intercellular communication and transportation.
Today, the market for stem cell exosomes is positioned for exponential growth, because exosomes can be leveraged as research tools, diagnostic tools, therapeutic messengers (cell-free therapies), and potentially agents for use within cosmeceutical products (e.g. cosmetics that claim to have medicinal properties, such as anti-aging). [Read more…]