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Top 3 Emerging Trends in the Protein Labeling Market: Technavio

Technavio Research
Posted on: 08 Sep 17

Technavio’s latest report on the global protein labeling marketprovides an analysis of the most important trends expected to impact the market outlook from 2017-2021. Technavio defines an emerging trend as a factor that has the potential to significantly impact the market and contribute to its growth or decline.

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Technavio has published a new report on the global protein labeling market from 2017-2021. (Graphic: Business Wire)

The global protein labeling market is expected to grow at a CAGR of more than 10% during the forecast period, as protein research is becoming an increasingly important frontier to unlock new disease patterns and identify novel disease targets. The field of proteomics has been greatly influenced by advances in molecular biology techniques such as next-generation sequencing and mass spectrometry, which enhanced the results in proteomics’ studies, which are further improving the understanding of how the human body functions. This results in the greater adoption of protein labeling solutions, as it is an essential step, which determines whether a protein-based study has yielded a correct result or not.

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The top three emerging trends driving the global protein labeling market according to Technavio research analysts are:

  • Emergence of post-translational modification monitoring
  • Presence of small number of approved protein analytes
  • Global initiatives encouraging proteomics research

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Emergence of post-translational modification monitoring

Enzymatic modification of proteins after protein synthesis is referred to as the process of post-translational modification (PTM). Monitoring these chemical alterations is revealing greater insights into real time functioning in the human body and is unlocking newer disease mechanisms. Protein functioning is being understood at an advanced level, and protein labeling techniques are facilitating an easier pathway to this.

“Awareness levels in researchers regarding the importance of post-translational modifications are in the growing stage, and this surge in specific research topic is likely to fuel the demand for effective protein labeling solutions, which can be inculcated in PTM studies and diseases can be better understood,” says Amber Chourasia, a lead analyst at Technavio for research health and wellness.

Presence of small number of approved protein analytes

Regulatory bodies across the globe have established inconsistent guidelines for companies seeking approval for new protein analytes. Due to this reason, the number of new protein analytes approved across the world is very low, revealing that the amount of research in proteins is still a long way to meet the high medical demands of the world.

The rate of introduction of new protein analytes has been flat over the past 15 years, with an average of 1.5 new proteins per year. This rate falls short in supporting the impending demand to support projected medical needs and points to severe deficiencies in the protein biomarker pipeline, thereby, hindering the discovery of new proteins or disease mechanisms.

Global initiatives encouraging proteomics research

Collaborations between research and academic institutions across the world are creating efforts to understand and fine tune proteomics research by studying proteins in greater detail through the exchange of knowledge and molecular biology techniques.

“In 2012, a ground breaking global project on protein research was launched and was called the Human Proteome Project. This project was created to mirror the success of the Human Genome Project and research is still going on in the project. With such global efforts toward a common goal of achieving efficient proteomics research and bringing it to action will positively impact the global protein labeling market in the coming years,” adds Amber.

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Last updated on: 08/09/2017

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