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Global Markets for Microbiology Technology, Equipment and Consumables

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STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

This report explores the broader microbiology industry, including forecasted trends and sales through 2018. The key manufacturers, suppliers, users and factors such as demand are discussed. This report will identify the plethora of market opportunities throughout microbiology, from culture plates and reagents to high automated systems. Most importantly, it looks at the product mix throughout the various sectors of the market, noting where key differences arise between sectors in product mix and product usage. This will be reflected in the focus on the particular sectors in which microbiology is used to support industry, the countries and regions involved, and the key product mix within these sectors to highlight the unique challenges and opportunities within the market.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

Microbiology has a major impact on the world. It is used to treat major pandemics and common infections. It also has an impact on the food people consume and the manufacture of key industrial products. The tools used to deal with microbiology are as varied as their multitude of uses. The American Society of Microbiology is organized into 27 different sections to deal with the many issues concerning with microbiology. Such a broad field requires a necessarily broad survey of the market opportunities and challenges that will arise in the coming years.
This report reviews the opportunities available within the market, especially throughout the various sectors references. For example, the food industry relies on microbiology testing to ensure that food is safe to eat and drink, but it also uses it to produce key food products. The environmental industry regularly monitors microbial contamination in the environment, and it depends on microbiology to assist with cleanups. The pharmaceutical industry wants to keep its drugs safe from contamination and is responsible for developing the therapies needed to mitigate infections.

SCOPE OF REPORT

Suppliers of microbiology consumables and equipment are discussed in terms of market share, product types and geography. Certain consumables and equipment are almost universal to the microbiology market, but many tools are sector specific, and this report will highlight the differences.
This report will not focus on anti-microbial compounds, both for pharmaceutical or sterilization purposes, and will instead focus on methods of microbial detection when applicable. It will not provide a particular focus on the intersection of pharmaceuticals and microbiology, as this is beyond its scope.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

The INTENDED AUDIENCE is professionals who work in fields that employ microbiology operations as a part of revenue-generating operations. This would include scientific staff, quality control personnel, upper management, business development and marketing professionals. This report is also intended for those who work in management and marketing for companies that provides supplies to other companies in the course of their microbiology work. This includes manufacturers and marketers of microbiology consumables, equipment and high-tech industries that support microbiology uses.

INFORMATION SOURCES

This report was generated from numerous primary and secondary sources through the broader microbiology industry. Primary sources include interviews with people within the sectors of the microbiology industry, with a particular focus on laboratory and operations personnel and management, as well as other executives and key thought leaders. Secondary sources include published literature from the microbiology field and the various subspecialties, investment and company reports, and information from industry media.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

Todd Graham is a seasoned laboratory professional with experience in a broad number of segments. Working in the biotechnology industry for more than seven years in various laboratory roles and organization types has given him a unique insight into the ways that laboratory industry sectors work. He also has worked with many key sectors within the microbiology industry, giving him an informed perspective as to the ways various technologies work together.

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

The consumables, equipment and technology markets in the microbiology industry totaled nearly $7.7 billion in 2012. This total is expected to grow from $8.5 billion in 2013 to $11.4 billion in 2018, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.1% for the five-year period, 2013 to 2018.

This report provides:
• An overview of the global microbiology market.
• Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2012, estimates for 2013, and projections of CAGRs through 2018.
• Discussion of the current state, setbacks, innovations, and the future needs of the market.
• Information regarding key manufacturers and users.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 2

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 2
REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY 2
SCOPE OF REPORT 2
INTENDED AUDIENCE 3
INFORMATION SOURCES 3
ANALYST CREDENTIALS 3
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 3
BCC RESEARCH ONLINE SERVICES 3
DISCLAIMER 4

CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY 6

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL CONSUMABLE, EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY MARKET
BY MICROBIOLOGY INDUSTRY BY SECTOR, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 6
SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL CONSUMABLE, EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY MARKET
BY MICROBIOLOGY INDUSTRY BY SECTOR, 2011-2018 ($ MILLIONS) 6

CHAPTER 3 TRENDS IN PRICE AND PERFORMANCE 9

RISE OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY 9
FASTER IS BETTER 9
MOLECULAR TECHNIQUES THROUGHOUT THE INDUSTRY 9
BIOFUEL POWER 9
MICROBES AS A BUSINESS 10
MICROBIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY USES 10

CHAPTER 4 MICROBIOLOGY OVERVIEW 12

SECTORS 12
ACADEMIA 12
GOVERNMENT 13
PUBLIC HEALTH 14
Regulatory 15
Food, Drugs and Healthcare Products 15
INDUSTRY 15
Clinical 15
Pharmaceutical 16
Environmental 16
Manufacturing 17
Energy 17
Food 18
USES 18
CLINICAL 19
Technology 20
Equipment 20
Consumables 20
ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY 21
Technology 22
Equipment 22
Consumables 22
EPIDEMIOLOGY 23
Technology 24
Equipment 24
Consumables 24
PRODUCT MANUFACTURING 25
Food 25
Technology 26
Equipment 26
Consumables 26
ENERGY 27
Technology 28
Equipment 28
Consumables 28
INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY 28
Technology 30
Equipment 30
Consumables 30

CHAPTER 5 MARKETS BY SECTOR 32

CONSUMABLES 32
TABLE 1 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY CONSUMABLE MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH
2018 ($ MILLIONS) 33
CONSUMABLE VESSELS 33
TABLE 2 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY CONSUMABLE VESSEL MARKET BT INDUSTRY,
THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 34
MEDIA 34
TABLE 3 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY MEDIA MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($
MILLIONS) 35
REAGENTS AND OTHER CONSUMABLES 35
TABLE 4 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY REAGENT AND OTHER CONSUMABLE MARKET BY
INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 36
EQUIPMENT 36
TABLE 5 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY EQUIPMENT MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH
2018 ($ MILLIONS) 37
INCUBATORS AND CULTURE APPARATUS 37
TABLE 6 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY INCUBATOR AND CULTURE APPARATUS MARKET
BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 38
BIOREACTORS 38
TABLE 7 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY BIOREACTOR MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH
2018 ($ MILLIONS) 39
Fixed Bioreactors 39
TABLE 8 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY FIXED BIOREACTOR MARKET BY INDUSTRY,
THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 39
Disposable Bioreactors 40
TABLE 9 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY DISPOSABLE BIOREACTOR MARKET BY INDUSTRY,
THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 40
AUTOMATION AND TECHNOLOGY 40
TABLE 10 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY AUTOMATION AND TECHNOLOGY MARKET BY
INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 41
WALKAWAYS AND AUTOMATED DETECTION 42
TABLE 11 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY WALKAWAY AND AUTOMATED DETECTION
MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 42
HIGH-THROUGHPUT SYSTEMS 43
TABLE 12 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY HIGH-THROUGHPUT SYSTEM MARKET BY
INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 43
MOLECULAR TESTING 43
TABLE 13 GLOBAL MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TESTING MARKET BY INDUSTRY,
THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 44
MICROBES 44
TABLE 14 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY MICROBE MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH
2018 ($ MILLIONS) 45

CHAPTER 6 TECHNOLOGY 47

PATENT REVIEW 47
SUMMARY 48
TABLE 15 FOOD PATENTS, 2010-2012 48
TABLE 16 WHITE BIOTECH PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2013 50
TABLE 17 BIOFUELS PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2013 53
MICROBIOLOGY EQUIPMENT PATENTS 56
TABLE 18 MICROBIOLOGY CONSUMABLE PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2012 56
TABLE 19 DIAGNOSTIC AND STERILITY PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2013 58
TABLE 20 BIOREACTORS PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2013 63
TABLE 21 AUTOMATION PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2013 66
PENDING PATENTS 68
SUMMARY 68
By Sector 68
TABLE 22 MICROBIOLOGY EQUIPMENT PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2012 AND 2013 68
TABLE 23 WHITE BIOTECH PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2010-AUGUST 2013 69
TABLE 24 MICROBIOLOGY CONSUMABLE PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2011 72
TABLE 25 DIAGNOSTIC AND STERILITY PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2009-2013 72
TABLE 26 BIOREACTOR PATENTS, 2010 74
TABLE 27 AUTOMATION PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2009-2012 75
TABLE 28 BIOFUEL PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2009-MAY 2013 77
KEY PATENTS 83
TABLE 29 KEY PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2010-MAY 2013 83
TABLE 30 KEY PATENTS, 2009-2012 85
COMPANY PROFILES 85
Cobalt Technologies Inc. 86
Evonik DeGussa 86
Glycos Biotechnologies 86
T2 Biosystems 86
Urea Casale 86
Vertichem 87

CHAPTER 7 TECHNOLOGY REVIEW 89

RAPID MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS 89
ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE DETECTION 90
BIOFUEL TECHNOLOGY 91


CHAPTER 8 INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 94

PUBLIC HEALTH AND DIAGNOSTICS 94
ENVIRONMENTAL 95
INDUSTRIAL 95
REGULATORY 95

CHAPTER 9 GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS 97

CONSUMABLES 99
CLINICAL 99
U.S. 99
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act of 1988 Regulations 100
Europe 101
Australia 101
Canada 101
India 101
PUBLIC HEALTH 102
ENVIRONMENTAL 102
INDUSTRIAL 102
Food 102
Energy and Industrial Microbiology 103
CASE STUDY: QUEST DIAGNOSTICS 104
EQUIPMENT 104
CLINICAL 105
PUBLIC HEALTH 106
ENVIRONMENTAL 106
INDUSTRIAL 106
Food 106
Energy and Industrial Microbiology 107
TECHNOLOGY 107
MEDICAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH 107
ENVIRONMENTAL 107
INDUSTRIAL 108
Food 108
Energy and Industrial Microbiology 108

CHAPTER 10 COMPANY DIRECTORY 110

AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES INC. 110
AKONNI BIOSYSTEMS 110
BD 110
BECKMAN COULTER INC. 110
CHEMGLASS LIFE SCIENCES 111
COBALT TECHNOLOGIES INC. 111
EMD MILLIPORE CORPORATION 111
EPPENDORF 112
EVONIK DEGUSSA 112
GLYCOS BIOTECHNOLOGIES 112
HAMILTON COMPANY 112
NOVOZYMES 113
PALL CORPORATION 113
PERKINELMER 113
PROMEGA CORPORATION 113
PSS PRECISION SYSTEM SCIENCE 114
QIAGEN SCIENCES INC. 114
SARSTEDT INC. 114
T2 BIOSYSTEMS 114
TECAN 115
THERMO SCIENTIFIC 115
TORREY PINES SCIENTIFIC INC. 115
TRIANJA TECHNOLOGIES 115
UREA CASALE 116
VERTICHEM 116
WHEATON 116
XYLECO 116

LIST OF TABLES

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL CONSUMABLE, EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY MARKET
BY MICROBIOLOGY INDUSTRY BY SECTOR, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 6
TABLE 1 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY CONSUMABLE MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH
2018 ($ MILLIONS) 33
TABLE 2 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY CONSUMABLE VESSEL MARKET BT INDUSTRY,
THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 34
TABLE 3 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY MEDIA MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($
MILLIONS) 35
TABLE 4 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY REAGENT AND OTHER CONSUMABLE MARKET BY
INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 36
TABLE 5 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY EQUIPMENT MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH
2018 ($ MILLIONS) 37
TABLE 6 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY INCUBATOR AND CULTURE APPARATUS MARKET
BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 38
TABLE 7 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY BIOREACTOR MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH
2018 ($ MILLIONS) 39
TABLE 8 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY FIXED BIOREACTOR MARKET BY INDUSTRY,
THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 39
TABLE 9 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY DISPOSABLE BIOREACTOR MARKET BY INDUSTRY,
THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 40
TABLE 10 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY AUTOMATION AND TECHNOLOGY MARKET BY
INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 41
TABLE 11 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY WALKAWAY AND AUTOMATED DETECTION
MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 42
TABLE 12 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY HIGH-THROUGHPUT SYSTEM MARKET BY
INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 43
TABLE 13 GLOBAL MOLECULAR BIOLOGY TESTING MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH
2018 ($ MILLIONS) 44
TABLE 14 GLOBAL MICROBIOLOGY MICROBE MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2018
($ MILLIONS) 45
TABLE 15 FOOD PATENTS, 2010-2012 48
TABLE 16 WHITE BIOTECH PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2013 50
TABLE 17 BIOFUELS PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2013 53
TABLE 18 MICROBIOLOGY CONSUMABLE PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2012 56
TABLE 19 DIAGNOSTIC AND STERILITY PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2013 58
TABLE 20 BIOREACTORS PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2013 63
TABLE 21 AUTOMATION PATENTS, 2009-JULY 2013 66
TABLE 22 MICROBIOLOGY EQUIPMENT PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2012 AND 2013 68
TABLE 23 WHITE BIOTECH PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2010-AUGUST 2013 69
TABLE 24 MICROBIOLOGY CONSUMABLE PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2011 72
TABLE 25 DIAGNOSTIC AND STERILITY PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2009-2013 72
TABLE 26 BIOREACTOR PATENTS, 2010 74
TABLE 27 AUTOMATION PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2009-2012 75
TABLE 28 BIOFUEL PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2009-MAY 2013 77
TABLE 29 KEY PATENT APPLICATIONS, 2010-MAY 2013 83
TABLE 30 KEY PATENTS, 2009-2012 85

LIST OF FIGURES

SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL CONSUMABLE, EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY MARKET
BY MICROBIOLOGY INDUSTRY BY SECTOR, 2011-2018 ($ MILLIONS) 6

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