New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/31/2017 -- Approximately 50% of Arbovirus isolations from field-collected arthropods are from mosquitoes, and 25% are from ticks. Other modes of transmission of arboviruses include organ transplantation, blood transfusion breastfeeding, perinatal transmission or laboratory exposure. In the tropical climate, they may be found year-round, whenever mosquitoes are active whereas, in the temperate climate, they tend to cause occasional epidemics.
Arbovirus is a virus that is transmitted by bloodsucking arthropods as fleas, ticks, midges to Arbovirus cannot be transferred to person to person rather they passed from human-to-mosquito-to-human. Arboviral testing helps to detect the viruses that are transmitted by mosquitoes to humans or to distinguish between an infection or other conditions that cause similar symptoms.
Arbovirus testing either detects the virus's genetic material or antibodies produced by the body's immune system in response to particular Arbovirus infection. Arboviral testing is requested to do when a person has arbovirus infection signs and symptoms especially to those places where this arbovirus is endemic. Blood samples drawn from a cerebrospinal fluid collected from spinal tap and veins in our arm is collected to check whether the test is positive for an arbovirus.
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Expanded disease surveillance efforts undertaken by U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is expected to spur the market for Arbovirus Testing. Furthermore, the growing number of patient pool exhibiting symptoms of arbovirus and increasing efforts by various manufacturers to develop Arbovirus tests is expected to accelerate the market growth in the coming years.
While the lack of appropriate in-vitro facilities for conducting research studies for newer treatment alternatives, and inaccurate results from available diagnostic tests may affect the revenues for Arbovirus Testing market globally over the forecast period.
Most arboviral infections are asymptomatic and are categorized into two types: neuroinvasive disease and non-neuroinvasive disease. Neuroinvasive disease such as encephalitis, aseptic meningitis, or acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) is caused by arboviruses, and these illness are characterized by limb weakness, myalgia, stiff neck, seizures, acute onset of fever with a headache, altered mental status, or cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pleocytosis.
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Whereas, In non-neuroinvasive disease, Arbovirus are capable of causing an acute systemic febrile illness that includes symptoms like myalgias, headache, arthralgia, etc. many other Arbovirus can cause clinical manifestations such as arthritis or severe polyarthralgia.
A geographic condition regarding for Arbovirus Testing market, it has been segmented into five broad regions: North America, Latin America, Europe, APAC, and the Middle East & Africa. Continuous spread of Arbovirus across several countries in North America is expected to increase the demand for Arbovirus Testing services over the forecast period. Furthermore, increasing efforts by researchers to develop new vaccines for yellow fever and encephalitis is expected to drive the market growth of Arbovirus Testing over the forecast period.
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Also, rapid local transmission of Arbovirus across the Asia-Pacific regions due to seasonal outbreaks is expected to result in more number of diagnostic assays performed thus driving the revenues.
Major players in the Arbovirus Testing market include: Roche Molecular Systems Inc., ARUP Laboratories, InBios International, Inc., Quest Diagnostics Incorporated