The global Protein Hydrolysis Enzymes Market amassed earnings that were worth approximately 3.1 (USD Billion) in 2021 and is projected to gain revenue of approximately 6.2 (USD Billion) by 2028. This market is also expected to record a CAGR of nearly 5.5 percent over the period of time from 2022 to 2028.
Protein hydrolysis enzymes make up a unique subcategory of enzymes due to the fact that they are extremely important from both a physiological and a financial standpoint. They may also be used to make things, in addition to breaking things down. Protein hydrolysis enzymes are found everywhere, including in animals, plants, and microorganisms. This is because protein hydrolysis is a physiologically required process. However, the majority of protein hydrolysis enzymes are derived from microbes. Microbes are regarded as the best source of enzymes due to their quick growth, small space requirements for production, and easy accessibility to genetic modification. Since ancient times, the food industry, the dairy industry, and the detergent industry have all made substantial use of enzymes that break down microbial proteins.
Recently, the researcher has shown a great deal of interest in protein hydrolysis enzymes in the hopes of creating therapeutic medicines to combat the relentless development of deadly illnesses such as cancer, malaria, and AIDS.
The market for protein hydrolysis enzymes may be divided into three categories: animal, plant, and microbial, according on the source of the enzymes. Enzymes of microbial origin that hydrolyze proteins are one of the most significant classes of enzymes that are generated in industrial and commercial settings, and they account for roughly 70 percent of all enzyme sales. It is anticipated that the market sector for microbial protein hydrolysis enzymes would see the highest growth rate due to the increasing demand from industries such as the pharmaceutical industry and the cleaning industry, among others. It is anticipated that the growth of the microbial protease segment will be propelled forward by a number of advantages, such as lower production costs, the possibility of producing on a large scale in industrial fermentors, a wide range of physical and chemical characteristics, the possibility of genetic manipulation, the absence of effects brought about by seasonality, rapid culture development, and the utilisation of methods that do not require a burdensome amount of effort, among other benefits. The inadequacy of plant and animal proteases to match the present needs of the global market has led to an increased interest in the protein hydrolyzing enzymes produced by microorganisms.
Based on application, protein hydrolysis enzymes market segmented into five types: detergent and cleansing industry, pharmaceutical, food and beverages, textile and others application. Protein hydrolysis enzymes market was dominated by pharmaceutical and food industries in 2015. For instance, microbial proteases are increasingly used in the pharmaceutical industry for treatment of various disorders like cancer, inflammation, cardiovascular disorders, necrotic wounds etc. Proteases are also used as immune– stimulatory agents.
Key market player of protein hydrolysis enzymes market are Royal DSM, Novozymes A/S, Ab Enzymes, Dyadic International, Inc., Solvay Enzymes, and Specialty Enzymes & Biotechnologies Co.
This report segments the global protein hydrolysis enzymes market as follows:
Global Protein Hydrolysis Enzymes Market: Source Analysis
Global Protein Hydrolysis Enzymes Market: Application Segment Analysis
Detergent and Cleansing
Food and Beverages
Global Protein Hydrolysis Enzymes Market: Regional Segment Analysis
The Middle East and Africa