Transparency Market Research, a leading market intelligence agency, reveals its findings on the field of microbial identification under the title “Microbial Identification Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 – 2023.”
The key driver for the global microbial identification market currently is the growing prevalence of multiple infectious diseases. The rise in the number of people falling ill from infectious diseases is also creating a greater concern over food safety and food poisoning issues. This growing need is creating a boost in the global microbial identification market as regions are constantly looking for advanced and more efficient technologies in microbial identification, especially in terms of turnaround time.
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The process of microbial identification involves the pinpointing of bacteria and fungi that are detrimental to an industrial process, including those that involve raw materials and their manufacturing facilities. Cases of harmful microorganisms being consumed by a person through these branded foods and beverages often leads to severely negative impacts on the companies.
The use of the methods provided in the global microbial identification market involve manufacturing plants, environmental study organizations, and clinical settings. The traditional instances of microbial identification had been highly prone to miscalculations and inaccuracy, increasing the strain on the system. Bacterial identification in the recent past was conducted through the processes such as phenotypic identification of organizations that are primarily the causative ones. They also used to process through older methods such as culture methods, biochemical methods, and gram straining. However, the adoption of modern technologies such as microarrays and polymerase chain reactions have opened many doors for the global microbial identification market.
From a regional perspective, the global microbial identification market was dominated by North America in 2014. The key reason for this is the massive demand and scope of expansion for the market players in the U.S. Europe followed in second place due to a highly developed biotechnology industry infrastructure and a high rate of research and development.
Meanwhile, Asia Pacific is expected to show an exceptionally high rate of growth in the global microbial identification market, owing to the increasing support shown by multiple national governments. The growing number of government initiatives are therefore attributed to the growth of the microbial identification market in Asia Pacific. Latin America is also showing a considerable increase in its demand for microbial identification due to a rapidly evolving healthcare infrastructure. A similarly high growth rate is also seen in Africa and the Middle East, owing to an increasing penetration by globally prominent players.
The key players identified in the global microbial identification market include Becton, Bruker Corporation, QIAGEN N.V., Charles River Laboratories Inc., Siemens Healthcare, Biolog, Inc., bioMerieux SA, Shimadzu Corporation, MIDI Inc., Dickinson & Company, Life Technologies Corporation, Sigma-Aldrich Corporation and Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc.
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