Market Analysis - Microbial Physiology 2017
Microbial Physiology 2017-Market Analysis
Microbial physiology is the study of microbial structure and function, in particular, how microbial activity responds to changes in the environment. It is therefore the key to controlling detrimental aspects of microbes, and to exploiting them for the good of the human race. Microbial physiology and Genetics Conference provide a platform for discussing on Microbial biodiversity at the structural level: Composition of the average bacterial cell, basic bacterial cell structure in comparison to a model eukaryotic cell (yeast). Gram positive and gram negative. Peptidoglycan and Lps and their importance in pathogenesis. Introduction to growth, fuelling and biosynthesis: Division by binary fission, including growth equations. Nutritional and non-nutritional factors affecting growth (temperature, osmolarity, pH and antibiotics), Physiological state and balanced growth, and Adaptation to extreme conditions. Microbial biodiversity at the physiological and biochemical level: The diversity in bacterial metabolism (nutrient sources (particularly carbon and nitrogen)), photosynthesis, aerobic and anaerobic growth and alternative terminal electron acceptors. Synthesis, localisation and assembly of macromolecular structures: DNA replication and transcription. Signalling and physiological control: Introduction to bacterial genetics. Microbial gene expression at the transcriptional and post-transcriptional level in response to a model factor (iron availability – the Fur/RyhB regulon) and vaccinations along with the microbial diseases.
The Global microbiology market is growing due to increase in prevalence of pathogenic diseases, growth in discovery of mutating and adapting bacterium, and the growing need for speedy microbiological testing methods.
In 2013, the microbiology testing market accounted for 5% in the global IVD market and contributed $3556.7 million in 2013 to the IVD market, and is estimated to reach $4737.2 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 6.2% from 2013 to 2018.
The report ‘Global Microbiology Market forecast for 2018’ analyzes the market by segments such as instruments and reagents. These two segments experienced a positive growth till 2013, with a market value of $3.55 billion, comprising of $2.99 billion for reagents and $0.55 billion for instruments. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.2%.
The Americas commanded the largest share of 42% in the global microbiology market at $1485.02 million in 2013, and is expected to reach $1932.8 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 5.6% from 2013 to 2018.
The U.S. commanded the largest share of 89% in the American microbiology IVD market at $1320.4 million in 2012, and is expected to reach $1715.6 million by 2017, at a CAGR of 5.6% from 2013 to 2018.
Europe holds the second-largest market position. Germany commanded the largest share of 20% at $223.7 million in 2013, and is expected to reach $272.5 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 4.2% from 2013 to 2018.
China commanded the largest share of 53% at $177.1 million in 2013 in the Asian microbiology market, and is expected to reach $334.5 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 14.2% from 2013 to 2018.
Top Microbiology Related Companies:
Pace Analytical Life Sciences, LLC
Microbiology Research Assocs. Inc.
Situ Biosciences LLC
Accugen Laboratories, Inc
Giles Scientific Inc
Microbiology Research Associates, Inc.
Advanced Testing Laboratory, Inc.
Microbiology & Quality Associates
Omega Pharm Services
Boston Analytical Inc.
Microbiology Associations and societies:
Society for Applied Microbiology UK
Microbiology Society UK
Society for Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology, USA;
Scottish Microbiology Association UK
Society for General Microbiology USA
Society for the Control of Antimicrobial Resistance, Ireland;
Welsh Microbiology Association UK
Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics, USA
American Phytopathological Society USA
Association of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Disease Canada
British Society for Parasitology England
British Society for Plant Pathology England
Center for Microbial Oceanography: Research and Education USA
University of British Columbia
University of Victoria
University of Calgary
University of Alberta
University of Saskatchewan
University of Manitoba Microbiology
University of Ottawa
University of Western Ontario
University of Prince Edward Island
Future Projection: Microbiology has tremendous scope and a very bright future. One such branch of science is microbiology which has made many imaginations a reality. The innovations in this field has given the ability to human being to see tiny invisible organisms of unbelievable size less than 0.2 micron or even less and to study every detail of it. The scope of microbiology is immense due to its ability to control all critical points of many fields like Medical, Diary, Pharmaceutical, Industrial, Clinical, research, water industry, agriculture, nanotechnology, chemical etc. today microbiologist can easily innovate new diagnostic kits (e.g. Pathogen detecting, antigen detecting, receptor detecting etc), can discover new drugs with antibiotic sensitivity tests, zone of inhibitions etc., Can isolate unique species from mountains , strange areas, extreme conditions, who know you may find antibiotic properties in many of them. Hundreds of such enzyme properties, antibiotic properties within microorganisms are being detected daily and are applied in various medical, fermentation industries and in developing new products for wellbeing of human life. Microbiologist can apply for patents for their small-big innovations and can even sell them for million dollars, can develop their own small or big clinical laboratory, Can develop their own dairy, pharmaceutical, medical, agricultural institutes and industries simply with knowledge of applied microbiology.
Many microbes are also responsible for numerous beneficial processes such as industrial fermentation (e.g. the production of alcohol, vinegar and dairy products), antibiotic production and as vehicles for cloning in more complex organisms such as plants. Scientists have also exploited their knowledge of microbes to produce biotechnologically important enzymes such as Taq polymerase, reporter genes for use in other genetic systems and novel molecular biology techniques such as the yeast two-hybrid system. Bacteria can be used for the industrial production of amino acids. Corynebacteriam glutamic is one of the most important bacterial species with an annual production of more than two million tons of amino acids, mainly L-glutamate and L-lysine. Since some bacteria have the ability to synthesize antibiotics, they are used for medicinal purposes, such as Streptomyces to make aminoglycoside antibiotics. Microorganisms are beneficial for microbial biodegradation or bioremediation of domestic, agricultural and industrial wastes and subsurface pollution in soils, sediments and marine environments. The ability of each microorganism to degrade toxic waste depends on the nature of each contaminant. Since sites typically have multiple pollutant types, the most effective approach to microbial biodegradation is to use a mixture of bacterial and fungal species and strains, each specific to the biodegradation of one or more types of contaminants.
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