Protein Hydrolysis Enzymes Market by Source (Animal, Plant, and Micro-organism) for Detergent, Cleaning, Pharmaceutical, Food and Beverage, Textile and Other Applications – Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis, and Forecast, 2022–2028 has been published by Zion Research.
Due to their importance in both the human body and the food industry, enzymes that degrade protein are a particular kind of enzyme. In the same chemical, both degradable and synthetic properties can be found. All creatures, including humans, plants, and microbes, include protein hydrolysis enzymes. Microorganisms are the principal source of protein hydrolysis enzymes because to their rapid growth, minimal culture footprint, and adaptability to genetic alteration. Thus, microorganisms are the optimal source of enzymes. The food, dairy, and detergent industries have utilised microbial protein hydrolysis enzymes since the beginning of recorded history.
Researchers have recently paid a great deal of attention to protein hydrolysis enzymes as a potential cure for diseases such as cancer, malaria, and AIDS that are spreading at an alarming rate.
Sources of protein hydrolysis enzymes include animals, plants, and microorganisms. Protein hydrolysis enzymes of microbial origin, which are produced in industrial and commercial settings, account for approximately 70% of all enzyme sales. The pharmaceutical and cleaning industries, among others, are expected to experience the highest growth rates for microbial protein hydrolysis enzymes. The market for microbial protease is anticipated to expand due to a number of factors, such as lower production costs, the ability to produce on a large scale in industrial fermentors, a wide range of physical and chemical properties, the possibility of genetic modification, the absence of seasonal effects, rapid culture development, and the use of uncomplicated methods. As plant and animal proteases fall short of global protein demands, microorganism-derived protein hydrolysis enzymes are gaining in popularity.
The detergent and cleaning industries, the food and beverage industry, and the textile sector all use these enzymes to degrade protein. In 2021, the market for protein hydrolysis enzymes was dominated by the pharmaceutical and food industries. Microbiological proteases, for instance, are increasingly used in pharmaceuticals to treat a variety of ailments, such as cancer, inflammation, cardiovascular disease, and necrotic wounds, to mention a few. The immune system can also be stimulated by proteases. For the production and processing of the following, the food industry relies extensively on protein hydrolysis enzymes:
Milk coagulation and the development of flavour constitute dairy.
In the baking process, gluten is produced.
Examples of seafood processing include fishmeal, enhanced oil recovery, and aquaculture products.
Animal protein processing has the advantages of tenderising the meat, increasing its digestibility, and reducing its allergenicity.
Functioning and processing of plant proteins are enhanced, as is the creation of bioactive peptides.
hydrolysis of yeast flavour compounds
Geographically speaking, the five key protein hydrolysis enzymes market regions are North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa. North America was the most significant consumer market. In 2021, North America represented over one-third of the worldwide market. In the coming years, the market for protein hydrolysis enzymes is anticipated to expand due to Asia-expanding Pacific’s industrial sector.
The global Protein Hydrolysis Enzymes Market is segmented as follows:
- Detergent & Cleansing
- Food & Beverages
- North America
- The U.S.
- The UK
- Rest of Europe
- Asia Pacific
- South Korea
- Southeast Asia
- Rest of Asia Pacific
- Latin America
- Rest of Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
- South Africa
- Rest of Middle East & Africa
Protein Hydrolysis Enzymes Market Accumulated ROI of Around US$3.1 Billion in 2021 and is Expected to Gain Income of Nearly US$6.2 Billion in 2028, according to Zion Market Research Report. In addition, it reveals that the Protein Hydrolysis Enzymes sector is expected to grow by 5.5 percent between 2022 and 2028.