The study presents detailed information about the important growth factors, restraints, and key trends that are creating the landscape for the future growth of the Microbial and Bacterial Cellulose Decomposition market, to identify the opportunistic avenues of the business potential for stakeholders. According to the current analysis of Reports and Data, the global Microbial and Bacterial Cellulose Decomposition Market was valued at USD 161.8 million in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 278.8 million by 2028, at a CAGR of 6.7%. The growth can be attributed to the growing opportunities for bacterial cellulose decomposition in various medical and non-medical applications. Key market players are investing in R&D to further broaden scope of bacterial cellulose. For instance, Daicel Corporation developed a more eco-friendly form of cellulose acetate, a naturally derived plastic, with two times the marine biodegradability of current products. Daicel promotes the new product as an effective solution to the recent issue of marine plastic waste.
Scientists have developed a mutant bacterial enzyme that can break down plastic bottles for recycling in hours. The enzyme, which was discovered in a leaf compost heap, can break down plastic bottles into chemical building blocks that can be used to make new bottles of higher quality. Plastic suitable for clothing and carpets is normally generated by existing recycling technologies. Also, scientists in Italy have discovered presence of Clostridium phytofermentans near the Quabbin Reservoir, east of Amherst, Mass. In a one-step process, this microbe can break down hemicellulose and cellulose into ethanol. Also, high growth opportunities in emerging markets, increasing healthcare spending, and unexplored medical applications of bacterial cellulose decomposition are projected to present development opportunities for market players.
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New healthcare paradigms and models are gaining traction, and healthcare technology evaluations are becoming more common. Another factor driving the growth of the microbial and bacterial cellulose decomposition market is favorable funding from both private and public companies. However, inefficient decomposition process, skyrocketing investments, and lack of capital required are retraining the growth of microbial and bacterial cellulose decomposition market.
Key players in the market include:
Celluforce, American Process, Axcelon Biopolymers Corporation, Borregaard, Bowil Sp. z o. o., Daicel Corporation, Fzmb GmbH, Merck KGaA, Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd., and Nympheas International Biomaterial Corporation.
Further key findings from the report suggest
Based on the bacteria type, gram negative bacteria segment accounted for the largest market share of 78.6% in 2020. Few bacteria can synthesise cellulose, but the gram-negative bacterium Gluconacetobacter xylinus (Formerly known as Acetobacter xylinum) secretes large amounts of cellulose in the form of microfibrils from a row of synthetic sites along the cell’s longitudinal axis. This aerobic gram-negative bacterium is efficiently fermented in a temperature range of 25–30 °C and at a pH of 3–7 using saccharides as a carbon source.
Among fermentation medium, carbon segment is expected to have significant market share during the forecast period. Carbon sources are sugars or other carbohydrates, but in the case of substrate transformations, the carbon source could be an alcohol or something else. To keep costs down, inexpensive sources of carbohydrates like molasses, corn steep liquor, sugarcane juice, or sugar beet juice are used in large-scale fermentations like the one used for decomposition of ethanol.
Researchers at the Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research in Leipzig, Germany, learned that Pseudomonas putida, a soil bacterium, can produce enzymes that digest polyurethanes, rendering them biodegradable. Such results reflect a significant step in being able to reuse hard-to-recycle (polyurethane) materials.
North America is expected to register largest share of approximately, 38.9% in the microbial and bacterial cellulose decomposition market over the forecast period. Factors such as increasing R&D spending in order to broaden the scope of applications, presence of key players in the market, and presence of well-developed healthcare infrastructure among others are likely to boost the market growth.
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For the purpose of this study, Reports and Data have segmented Microbial and Bacterial Cellulose Decomposition market on the basis of Bacteria Type, Fermentation Medium, Decomposition Method, Application, and Region:
Bacteria Type Outlook (Revenue in Million USD; 2018–2028)
Gram Negative Bacteria
Gram Positive Bacteria
Fermentation Medium Outlook (Revenue in Million USD; 2018–2028)
Decomposition Method Outlook (Revenue in Million USD; 2018–2028)
Degradation by Acid Hydrolysis
Degradation by Alkali Hydrolysis
Degradation by Enzyme Hydrolysis
Degradation by bacterial enzyme
Degradation by fungal enzyme
Application Outlook (Revenue in Million USD; 2018–2028)
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Regional Outlook (Revenue in Million USD; 2018–2028)
Middle East & Africa
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