Proteins have found application in the therapeutics industry for long and are much sought after in modern medicine too. This has resulted in a growing number of protein-based drugs in market these days. However, there are quite a few pressing problems associated with their use such as swift degradation and excretion from patients, requiring frequent dosing. This ups the cost of therapy. To tackle the challenege, a polyethylene glycol (PEG) group is linked to the protein in a process called PEGylation. The global PEGylated proteins market is slated to tread on a healthy growth path in the near future on account of PEG’s potential to protect against protein enzymatic degradation and prolong the half-life of drugs.
In the research report, Transparency Market Research provides a detailed analysis of the opportunities present the global PEGylated proteins market. It segments the global market based on various parameters such as products, protein types, application, and end users. It also studies the different growth drivers and restraints affecting the competitive dynamics in the market and its growth prospects in the years ahead.
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Global PEGylated Proteins Market: Trends and Opportunities
One of the primary reasons for the popularity of PEGylated proteins is their ability to bolster protein stability and circulate half-life. This unique perceived benefit has majorly contributed to the global PEGylated proteins market. Besides this, other factors stimulating the market are the rising investment in research and development by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, expansion in the biologics sector, increasing instances of lifestyle-related diseases, and swifter uptake of protein based drugs compared to non-protein based drugs.
Countering the growth in the market, however, are drug failures and recalls. A current noticeable trend in the market is the dominance of the consumables products segment over the services segment due to the rising uptake of kit-based PEGylation products. Further, among the different end users in the market, namely academic research institutions, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and CROs, the pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies account for maximum share because of their higher spend on research and development. Depending upon the type of protein, the market can be segmented into interferons, colony stimulating factors, erythropoietin, mAbs, and recombinant factor VIII. Of these, colony stimulating factors is poised for growth in the upcoming years.
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Global PEGylated Proteins Market: Regional Outlook
Based on geography, the global market for PEGylated proteins market can be segmented into Europe, North America, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World. Among them, North America accounts for maximum share in the market. Some of the prominent growth drivers responsible for the stellar growth in the market in the region are growing take-up of biologics drugs such as erythropoietin, monoclonal antibodies, and interferon for treating chronic ailments and strong government funding and grants for research activities.
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Companies Mentioned in Report
To present an in-depth assessment of the competition prevailing in the global market for PEGylated proteins, the report profiles companies such as Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc., Merck Millipore, NOF Corporation, Creative PEGworks, Quanta BioDesign, Ltd., and Biomatrik, Inc.
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