Several contamination detection techniques are used by biopharmaceuticals and pharmaceutical businesses during the manufacturing and research process. Contamination testing in cell culture, tissue culture, and pure biologics is increasingly using mycoplasma detection. Real-time PCR is a rapid and reliable technique that is gaining popularity in research and development as well as for in-process control in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. Furthermore, rising pharmaceutical spending and R&D investment, as well as increased biopharmaceutical production, are some of the factors driving the mycoplasma detection market forward. In 2019, the global mycoplasma detection market is expected to be worth US$ 656.2 billion.
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The Market Study on Mycoplasma Detection’s Key Takeaways
• With the increased use of kits and reagents in mycoplasma detection for cell culture applications, kits and reagents are expected to account for a significant market value share in the mycoplasma detection market by product type.
• Growing research and production activities in the biopharmaceutical sectors have given North America and Europe a combined 58 percent share of the worldwide mycoplasma detection market.
• In the global mycoplasma detection market, the PCR technology accounted for half of the market value share. Because of the accuracy and speed with which this technology produces results, PCR techniques are projected to increase at the fastest rate.
• In the mycoplasma detection market, pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industries are likely to be the most common end-users. This is due to increased R&D spending and increased demand for mycoplasma detection equipment for biological safety management in the manufacturing process.
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• The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will create further opportunities for the mycoplasma detection market to grow. Specialization in PCR techniques is a frequent platform for expansion. According to recent research into coronavirus treatments, the quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction (q RT-PCR) test is a significant tool for controlling the disease’s spread. It is expected that the various PCR test procedures will be useful in both detecting mycoplasma and eradicating the current pandemic.
“The introduction of real-time PCR kits, increased safety concerns in biopharmaceutical production, and an increase in life science investments and funding are some of the reasons expected to support the global mycoplasma detection market expansion,” says the Fact.MR Analyst.
Expansion of the product portfolio and collaboration are key strategies. Market Participants are watching.
In the global mycoplasma detection market, Merck KgaA, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Lonza Group Ltd., and F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd provided the most market value share. The increase of the product portfolio is a priority for mycoplasma detection companies.
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In March 2019, Lonza launched the Lucetta 2 Luminometer, a single-tube mycoplasma detection system designed to make mycoplasma detection in cell cultures easier and faster. To increase product sales, firms are focused on partnerships and agreements with other producers. Merck KgaA, for example, said in December 2016 that its distribution arrangement with Roche for PCR products would be expanded to include all nations except the United States, Brazil, and Japan.
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