Report on Lysine gives a market insight into various applications of Lysine in Feed Additives, Food & Dietary Supplements, Pharmaceuticals and Other segments. The report serves as a guide to the global Lysine industry, covering more than 400 companies that are engaged in production and processing of raw material or end use product. Information related to recent product releases, product developments, partnerships, collaborations, and mergers and acquisitions is covered in the report. Compilation of Worldwide Patents related to Lysine is also provided. A global perspective is presented along with regional analysis covering the regions of North America, Europe, China, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World with 121 exclusive graphically represented exhibits.
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Global Lysine market is projected to grow at 9.5% annually through 2010 - 2022. Today amino acids can be taken as a supplement that is available commercially. Amino acid supplements are usually made from animal protein, vegetable protein, or yeast. While almost all amino acids can be produced in two forms, L and D form. There has been a substantial increase in the demand for amino acids in the last thirty years or so. There is a steady 5-10% growth rate in the market. It is estimated that in that last ten years the market demand for amino acids has doubled. L-lysine, which is used as an additive in animal feed, has shown a sharp increase in demand. It is estimated that the global market for L-lysine has increased almost 20 times in the past twenty years. Among the amino acids available in the market, L-Glutamate is still the most popular one followed by L-lysine and D, L-methionine. The prices of amino acids are often affected by the dynamics in the market. The increase in the efficiency of the fermentation technology can lead to the development of cheaper goods and thereby increase the overall demand. Subsequently, there is bound to be large-scale production of these products which will lower the costs even more. However, despite these trends in the market, the supply of amino acids such as L-lysine to be used as feed additives will compete with soybean meal which is a natural source of L-lysine. Amino acids continue to command a large market share, and continue to grow. The packaged food industry is now becoming the major user of amino acids, and the demand from society remains strong for such food supplements. Amino acids are now being used in many forms including health-food drinks, body building supplements, and even nutrients in the intravenous feeding and maintenance products.
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