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Commercial Amino Acids

NEW YORK, Aug 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Commercial Amino Acids

http://www.reportlinker.com/p0109212/Commercial-Amino-Acids.html

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

The U.S amino acids market reached $1.5 billion in 2012. This market is expected to grow to nearly $1.6 billion in 2013 and nearly $2 billion in 2018, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.5%.

This report provides:
An overview of the market for amino acids
Analyses of market trends, with data from 2012, estimates for 2013, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2018
Identification of those amino acids with current or potentially greater commercial significance
A look at how new production technology continues to make large-scale production of these products more economical
Comprehensive profiles of leading companies in the industry.

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

This technical/marketing report updates a previous BCC Research study on commercial essential amino acids. Further, this study examines the current state of the commercial essential amino acid business, presents an in-depth analysis that forecasts and tracks significant change in the marketplace and identifies those amino acids with current or potentially greater commercial significance.

REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY

Commercial interest in amino acids is an outgrowth of an understanding of the many functions that these life-giving substances perform in humans and animals. As understanding of the functions and properties of amino acids increases, new commercial applications enter development, while current commercial uses continue to expand their worldwide markets. New production technology continues to make large-scale production of these products more economical. In turn, increased availability creates newer and larger markets for these vital substances.Amino acids gained commercial significance shortly after the turn of the century with the discovery of the flavor-enhancing quality of glutamic acid and the marketing of monosodium glutamate in Japan. Increased knowledge of the role amino acids play in the value of nutritional protein led to their being used to fortify animal feeds, as food supplements for humans and to sustain seriously ill patients who had to be fed with intravenous solutions.Since the 20 protein amino acids can be arranged in any order to make any number of polypeptides, their potential for a variety of inventions in the field of medicine is extraordinary. Their current uses in animal feed and food additives will continue to grow as there are no substitutes for amino acids and their value has been well proven.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

This comprehensive study provides facts, data and insights to senior market and planning executives, venture capitalists and for the amino acid product interest community. It will assist manufacturers of products in any of the applicable markets, as well as technical personnel involved in research and development of production technology for commercial amino acids. This especially includes readers in:
The chemical industry.
Research institutions involved with studying amino acids.
Amino acid manufacturing.
Industries that have amino acid by-products.

SCOPE OF REPORT

This technical/market report outlines the properties of the 20 commercial essential amino acids that are delineated in the genetic code, current and future uses, technology and their manufacturers. This report focuses on three commercial amino acid markets: animal feed supplements, flavoring and nutritional additives for human food and specialty uses, including medical, therapeutic, research and industrial applications. Feed and food applications offer steady growth opportunities to their manufacturers and their use will continue to grow as a result of both population increases and an overall increase in the worldwide standard of living.

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this study. Much of the information has been gathered through telephone conversations with key industry figures, as well as conversations with some of the academic experts in amino acid research. The balance of the information comes from secondary sources—available trade, technical and government publications as well as an online data search of databases that cover all existing literature, and an evaluation of patents and company/research activities, including foreign work with future applicability in the U.S.All value of shipments and value of manufacturers' sales refer to specific markets in the U.S. international figures are given where appropriate. Volume and value figures are expressed in millions of pounds and millions of dollars unless otherwise indicated. All figures are expressed in constant 2013 U.S. dollars. To make projections for the 2018 time period, the report relies on information regarding forces affecting specific markets, expected product introductions and anticipated pricing.Where precise information was not forthcoming in some cases, a consensus was reached using a formulation of reasonable assumptions and estimates based on historical data. Projections are for the 2013 to 2018 time period.
Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION
STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
REASONS FOR DOING THIS STUDY
INTENDED AUDIENCE

SCOPE OF REPORT
METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
ANALYST CREDENTIALS
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
BCC RESEARCH ONLINE SERVICES
DISCLAIMER
Chapter- 2: SUMMARY 4
SUMMARY
Chapter- 3: OVERVIEW OF AMINO ACIDS 15
COMMERCIAL INTERESTS
BIOLOGIC VALUE OF AMINO ACID MIXTURES
RECOMMENDED DAILY ALLOWANCE
AMINO ACID METABOLISM
PROPERTIES
CHEMICAL STRUCTURE
ISOLATION/ANALYSIS
PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
REGULATION
Table 1 : COMMERCIAL AMINO ACIDS BY USE
Table 2 : U.S. AMINO ACID MARKET, THROUGH 2018
Figure 1 : U.S. AMINO ACID MARKET, 2010-2018
Table 3 : GLOBAL AMINO ACID MARKET SHARES BY SEGMENT AND APPLICATION, 2013
Table 4 : THE PROTEIN AMINO ACIDS
Chapter- 4: STRUCTURE OF THE INDUSTRY AND ITS COMPETITIVE ASPECTS 19
IMPORTANT STRATEGIES
MANUFACTURERS BY AMINO ACID
NEW CAPACITY
MARKET SHARE
MARKET FORCES
GLOBAL MARKET
ANIMAL FEED SUPPLEMENTS
SUMMARY OF U.S. MARKET FOR AMINO ACIDS USED IN ANIMAL FEED
CONSUMPTION OF METHIONINE, LYSINE, THREONINE AND TRYPTOPHAN IN FEEDSTUFFS
POULTRY FEEDS
SWINE FEEDS
TECHNICAL FACTORS
ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS
DAIRY AND BEEF CATTLE, SHEEP, AQUACULTURE AND PET FOOD
Table 13 : MAJOR AMINO ACID PRODUCERS, 2013
Figure 2 : REGIONAL SHARES OF THE GLOBAL AMINO ACID MARKET, 2013
Chapter- 5: METHIONINE 7
METHIONINE
METHIONINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
METHIONINE PRODUCT TYPES AND COMPARATIVE NUTRITIONAL VALUES
U.S. METHIONINE MARKET
METHIONINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
PRICE OF METHIONINE
Chapter- 6: LYSINE 7

LYSINE
CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
U.S. LYSINE MARKET
LYSINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
CHINA AND FEED
PRICING
Chapter- 7: THREONINE 4
THREONINE
THREONINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
U.S. THREONINE MARKET
THREONINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
THREONINE PRICING
Chapter- 8: TRYPTOPHAN 5
TRYPTOPHAN
TRYPTOPHAN REGULATIONS
TRYPTOPHAN HEALTH APPLICATIONS
U.S. TRYPTOPHAN MARKET
TRYPTOPHAN CAPACITY
PRICING
Chapter- 9: FOOD FLAVORING AGENTS 3
U.S. MARKET FOR FOOD FLAVORINGS
Figure 9 : U.S. MARKET SHARES OF AMINO ACID FLAVORANTS, 2013
Chapter- 10: PHENYLALANINE 5
PHENYLALANINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
Chapter- 11: GLUTAMIC ACID 6
GLUTAMIC ACID PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
GLUTAMIC ACID APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
U.S. GLUTAMIC ACID MARKET
GLUTAMIC ACID CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
PRICING

Chapter- 12: CYSTEINE/CYSTINE 9
CYSTEINE/CYSTINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
CYSTEINE/CYSTINE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
U.S. CYSTEINE/CYSTINE MARKET
CYSTEINE/CYSTINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
CYSTEINE PRICING
CYSTEINE/CYSTINE APPLICATION PATENTS
Chapter- 13: ASPARTIC ACID 3
ASPARTIC ACID APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
ASPARTIC ACID PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
U.S. ASPARTIC ACID MARKET
ASPARTIC ACID CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
ASPARTIC ACID PRICING
Chapter- 14: SPECIALTY USES 6
PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS
CHEMICAL INTERMEDIATES
OTHER SPECIALTY USES OF AMINO ACIDS
Table 51 : AMINO ACIDS FOR SPECIALTY USES
Table 52 : MARKET SHARES OF SPECIALTY AMINO ACIDS, 2013
Table 53 : U.S. MARKET FOR SPECIALTY AMINO ACIDS, THROUGH 2018
Table 54 : GLOBAL CONSUMPTION OF SPECIALTY AMINO ACIDS BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018
Chapter- 15: GLYCINE 4
GLYCINE APPLICATIONS
U.S. GLYCINE MARKET
GLYCINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
GLYCINE PRICING
Chapter- 16: ALANINE 3
ALANINE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

ALANINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
U.S. ALANINE MARKET
ALANINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
ALANINE PRICING
Chapter- 17: ARGININE 3
APPLICATIONS
U.S. ARGININE MARKET
ARGININE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
ARGININE PRICING
Chapter- 18: PROLINE 3
PROLINE TECHNOLOGY
U.S. PROLINE MARKET
PROLINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
PROLINE PRICING
Chapter- 19: LEUCINE 3
LEUCINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
LEUCINE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
U.S. LEUCINE MARKET
LEUCINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
LEUCINE PRICING
Chapter- 20: VALINE 3
VALINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
VALINE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
U.S. VALINE MARKET
VALINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
VALINE PRICING
Chapter- 21: TYROSINE 4
TYROSINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
TYROSINE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
U.S. TYROSINE MARKET
TYROSINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
TYROSINE PRICING
Chapter- 22: ISOLEUCINE 4
ISOLEUCINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
ISOLEUCINE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
U.S. ISOLEUCINE MARKET
ISOLEUCINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
ISOLEUCINE PRICING
Chapter- 23: SERINE 3
SERINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
SERINE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

U.S. SERINE MARKET
SERINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
SERINE PRICING
Chapter- 24: ASPARAGINE 3
ASPARAGINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
ASPARAGINE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
U.S. ASPARAGINE MARKET
ASPARAGINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
ASPARAGINE PRICING
Chapter- 25: GLUTAMINE 3
GLUTAMINE APPLICATIONS AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS
GLUTAMINE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
U.S. GLUTAMINE MARKET
GLUTAMINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
GLUTAMINE PRICING AND CONSUMPTION
Chapter- 26: HISTIDINE 3
HISTIDINE APPLICATIONS
HISTIDINE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
U.S. HISTIDINE MARKET
HISTIDINE CAPACITY AND MANUFACTURERS
HISTIDINE PRICING
Figure .... :
Chapter- 27: PATENTS 63
ANIMAL FEEDS
FLAVORANTS
SPECIALTY USES
Chapter- 28: COMPANY PROFILES 12

ADISSEO USA
AJINOMOTO AMINOSCIENCE LLC
AJINOMOTO CO.
AJINOMOTO FOOD INGREDIENTS LLC
AJINOMOTO HEARTLAND INC.
ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND CO. (ADM)
CHINA NATIONAL BLUESTAR (GROUP) CO. LTD.
CJ CORP.
DAESANG CORP.
EVONIK DEGUSSA CORP.
FUFENG GROUP LTD.
GLOBAL BIOCHEM TECHNOLOGY GROUP
JINZHOU JIRONG AMINO ACID CO.
KYOWA HAKKO KOGYO
MITSUBISHI TANABE PHARMA
NIPPON SODA
NOVUS INTERNATIONAL INC.
SEKISUI MEDICAL CO. LTD.
SHOUGUANG JUNENG GROUP GOLDEN CORN CO. LTD.
SHOWA DENKO K.K.
SICHUAN TONGSHENG AMINO ACID CO.
SOLVAY RHODIA
SUMITOMO CHEMICAL CO. LTD.
TANABE USA INC.
VEDAN INTERNATIONAL
ZHEJIANG CHEMICALS IMPORT/EXPORT CORP.
Chapter- 29: APPENDIX I ANCILLARY COMPANIES 3
Table 106 : PROCESS PATENTS GRANTED FROM JAN. 1, 2011 TO DEC. 1, 2013
Table 107 : AMINO ACID STANDARDS SUPPLIERS PROVIDING PROTEIN CHEMISTRY REAGENTS AND AMINO ACID ANALYSIS
Table 108 : AMINO ACID ANALYZER SUPPLIERS PROVIDING INSTRUMENTATION AND LAB EQUIPMENT
Table 109 : AMINO ACID ANALYSIS SUPPLIERS PROVIDING CUSTOM SERVICES FOR BIOCHEMISTRY AND PROTEIN CHEMISTRY-RELATED SERVICES
Table 110 : AMINO ACID POLYMER SYNTHESIS SUPPLIERS PROVIDING CUSTOM SERVICES AND BIOCHEMISTRY/PROTEIN CHEMISTRY-RELATED SERVICES
Table 111 : AMINO ACID SUPPLIERS OF RADIOCHEMICALS AND LABELED COMPOUNDS

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