Wide Scope of Application to Drive Growth of the Microbial Identification Market

Microbial identification refers to the scientific procedure of definitive and precise detection of various microorganisms, such as viruses, pathogens, and bacteria. This method of microbial identification is extensively adopted in the treatment and healthcare settings, such as epidemic of diseases related to microbial infections, treatment of infections, and diagnosis of various diseases. Crime investigation and detection, safety of potable water, safety of food, and microbial forensics comprise some of the other important applications of microbial identification. Such wide use of the method is estimated to support growth of the global microbial identification market in the years to come. In addition to that, identification of bioterrorism and many other environmental studies, such as air pollution and soil pollution are anticipated to drive the demand for microbial identification in the near future.

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Food and beverage manufactures, water treatment plants, various private and government institutes, and various research laboratories utilize microbial identification. Such extensive use is estimated to support growth of the global microbial identification market in the years to come.

Demand to Rise on the Back on the Increased Prevalence of Various Infectious Diseases

Two techniques, genotypic method and phenotypic method, is done by microbial identification. Environment application, pharmaceutical application, food and beverage testing, and diagnostic application (diagnosis of both animal and human diseases) are some of the prominent applications areas of microbial identification.  

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The process of microbial identification is capable of improving the management of various infectious diseases, particularly in fields where the healthcare infrastructure is not sufficient. It is believed that around 1400 pathogens is capable of causing diseases in human beings. Outbreak of various infectious diseases, such as H1N1 swine flu pandemic in 2009, Zika epidemic in 2016, SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) in 2003, and ongoing pandemic, SARS-CoV-2 have caused grave health issues. These diseases have also generated augmented demand for various diagnostic products, such as microbial identification. These factors are estimated to support growth of the global microbial identification market in the near future.

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