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Bruce Lehr

I would agree that alternatives to cell culture will emerge and may be in early stages of doing so, but I think "reports of cell culture's death are greatly exaggerated" to paraphrase a fellow Missourian. My comment had more to do with the market CAGR in excess of 12% as cited by Kalorama was being too aggressive.


I would agree that it is a little optimistic. Let's face it; cell culture production is inconsistent and inefficient. Technically, good alternatives (i.e. pharming) for biologics production are available (Disruptive innovation). It is just matter of time before the agency (FDA) catches up, and start approving the better methods for biologics production. Then, the cell culture market will be another victim of creative destructions (see sera)...

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