Transparency Market Research Report Added "Automated Microbiology Market" to its database.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/16/2016 -- Transparency Market Research presents a new market study on the progression of the global automated microbiology market for the 2015-2023 period. The report provides a 360-degree overview of how technological innovations for microbial detection solutions have been instrumental for the development of the associated industry sectors, indirectly aiding socioeconomic growth. These advancements have been analyzed for North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World for the aforementioned period. The title of this report is "Automated Microbiology Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 – 2023."
Technological innovations that have resulted in enhanced speed and enhanced accuracy of microbial tests are the major factor driving the global automated microbiology market, says the report. For instance, the Non-O157 Shiga Toxigenic E. coli test, introduced by BioControl Systems in February 2012, is being used in molecular technology and food microbiology developmental programs for detecting the non-O157 serotype of E. coli.
Another development in this field is the BacT/ALERT 3D microbial detection system developed by bioMeriux. These newer systems are customized and provide the advantages of earlier detection and easier accessibility in comparison to other popular solutions that are commercially available for microbial detection. Due to these innovations, new end users such as biotechnology companies and clinical laboratories are beginning to install these system, thereby bolstering the market's growth. Moreover, microbial products are utilizable for healthcare, energy, and environment protection applications, which is stimulating the uptake of automated microbiology techniques.
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However, stringent regulations in place that monitor the use of microbiology products are slowing the market's growth. The high cost of automated microbiology testing techniques is also restraining the market's growth to some extent.
Automated microbiology, as can be gleaned from the name, involves automation for early detection, itemizing, and characterization of microorganisms and their associated products in the food, environment, and clinical industries. Automation of microbiology techniques not only provides speedier and accurate results, but also the flexibility to adopt experimental approaches for sequencing and synthesis of microbial variants in a modified or mimicked biological environment.
The main objective of automated microbiology lies in detecting complex genetic abnormalities in humans. The technology is also used for identifying new molecular targets to develop new drugs for cancer. Automated microbiology techniques offer other advantages as well – reducing the turnaround time of experiments, enhanced quality control, and augmenting the accuracy of microbial experiments, to name a few.
North America is the leading regional market for automated microbiology. The presence of some of the top vendors of the technology that offer a wide spectrum of automated microbiology solutions is the reason for this.
Some of the leading companies in the global automated microbiology market are Abbott Laboratories, Agilent Technologies Inc., bioMeriux Inc., Affymetrix Inc., Beckman Coulter, and Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc., among others.
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