Global Industrial Microbiology Market is Growing at a Remarkable CAGR 2018-2026

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Applied Microbiology involves use of microorganisms in various industries, such as pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, cosmetic industry, food and beverages industry, agriculture and environment, and many others. The use of advanced technology and knowledge about microorganisms in healthcare and environmental issues is of prime importance.

In case of pharmaceutical industry the products manufactured using microbiology include amino acids, organic acids, vitamins, nucleotides, antibiotics, insulin and other hormones, polysaccharides, bio surfactants, and hormones. Pharmaceutical microbiological safety, food microbiological safety, cosmetics microbiological safety and contamination control can be assured with the application of microbiology. Application of microorganisms is beneficial as maximum yield of a product can be obtained with the help of customization of the microorganism species such as exposing them to mutagens or by gene amplification. Biomass conversion is another area wherein microorganisms are employed in various processes such as anaerobic digestion, fermentation, pyrolysis, and gasification.

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Market Dynamics
Some of the lucrative areas for application of microbiology include bioremediation, bio-fuels production, genetic engineering, green chemistry, and metabolic engineering over the forecast period. Natural fuel consumption has increased exponentially over the past few years, owing to lifestyle changes, increased number of vehicles, and natural fuel resources, which are depleting at faster rates. Wherein bio-fuels can be a remedy. Genetically modified food products can also be an effective remedy against malnutrition in emerging economies such as Africa.

Key features of the study:
This report provides in-depth analysis of Industrial Microbiology Market and provides market size (US$ Million) and Cumulative Annual Growth Rate (CAGR %) for the forecast period (2017–2025), considering 2017 as the base year.
It elucidates potential revenue opportunity across different segments and explains attractive investment proposition matrix for this market.
This study also provides key insights about market drivers, restraints, opportunities, new product launches or approval, regional outlook, and competitive strategy adopted by the leading player.s
It profiles leading players in the global Industrial Microbiology market based on the following parameters – company overview, financial performance, product portfolio, geographical presence, distribution strategies, key developments and strategies, and future plans.

Advances in fields of Recombinant DNA technology, use of microorganisms in treating diseases, rising prevalence of various bacterial, and viral infections globally is expected to boost the growth of industrial microbiology market with respect to pharmaceutical industry. Use of microorganisms in manufacturing various improvised vaccines for existing as well new infectious diseases is supporting the market growth. Cosmetic industry is growing, owing to the factors, such as evolving lifestyles, increasing demand for aesthetic life fulfilled by various offerings from the industry such as color cosmetics and skin care.

Furthermore, in cosmetic industry, raw materials need to be thoroughly tested for any microbial contamination before further processing according to the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). These factors are expected to further propel the use of microbiological testing for cosmetic product safety.
Some major players operating in the industrial microbiology market include Merck KGaA, bioMérieux SA, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Eppendorf AG, Bruker, Sartorius AG, QIAGEN, Click To Read More On Global Industrial Microbiology Market

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Aira Goldsmith is a graduate of Parsons School of Design. She’s based in NYC but travels much of the year. Aira has written for Buzz Feed, Motherboard, The Financial Post, and the Huffington Post. Aira is a business reporter, focusing on technology and markets.