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Date:9/9/2010

NEW YORK, Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

US Enzymes Market

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US demand to increase 5.1% annually through 2014 Demand for enzymes in the US is forecast to rise more than five percent annually to $2.7 billion in 2014. Solid industry growth in recent years has been founded upon advances in higher-value, specialty enzymes used in applications such as pharmaceuticals, research and biotechnology, and biocatalysts, as well as the emerging biofuels market. Going forward, gains will come from continued expansion in these areas as enzyme producers create new niches in the treatment of lysosomal storage disorders (LSDs), the use of biocatalysts in pharmaceutical and fine chemical manufacturing, and in new cellulase formulations enabling biomass-based ethanol refining to reach an economically feasible industrial scale.

Dynamic growth to shape key pharmaceutical market Over the past decade, pharmaceuticals surpassed the former mainstay of the enzyme market, food and beverage processing, to become the highest value source of enzyme demand. The nearly double-digit growth in pharmaceutical enzymes seen from 1999 to 2009 was driven by several key enzyme medications holding orphan drug status for treating rare LSDs, most notably imiglucerase for Gaucher disease. Along with imiglucerase, key enzyme replacement therapies (ERTs) have included treatments for Hurler syndrome, Fabry disease and Pompe disease. Pharmaceutical enzymes have also gained ground due to the explosive sales growth of neuromodulators botulinum toxin A and B. Through 2014, the likely approval of new medical indications for neuromodulators and the entrance of new competition for BOTOX in both cosmetic and noncosmetic applications will shape the prospects for this market segment.

Biofuels market to see shift toward cellulase enzymesDemand for enzymes used in making biofuels has grown strongly as the industry has rapidly scaled up its production capacity and invested in new technology to meet government quotas. To date, enzyme growth in the biofuels market has come largely from alpha amylases and glucoamylases used in conventional starch-based ethanol processing. Gains in the future will be derived from a shift in the product mix toward cellulases and related enzymes needed to refine biomass (cellulosic) ethanol, which is mandated to reach production of 8.5 billion gallons in 2019.

Industrial enzymes to see stable growth Although specialty enzymes are becoming the higher-value segment, industrial enzymes will continue to see stable growth in markets such as pulp and paper processing, animal feed, cosmetics and toiletries, and cleaning products. Market leaders such as Novozymes and Danisco, competing in the industrial segment, will continue to fight off the downward sales pressures coming from commoditization and maturing markets by introducing new, more technical and specially tailored enzymes. In food and beverage applications, novel enzymes are raising beer and wine manufacturing efficiencies, and improving the health profile of fats and oils. The animal feed enzyme market will see moderating benefits from the widespread adoption of phytases as this application matures. In all industrial markets, demand for enzymes will be supported by their more environmentally friendly nature on a variety of levels, including their ability to substitute for harsh chemical solvents.

Study coverageThis new industry study, Enzymes, presents historical demand data (1999, 2004 and 2009) plus forecasts for 2014 and 2019 by market and product. The study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles 34 industry competitors.

TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION xiI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4General 4

Demographic Trends 5

Macroeconomic Outlook 8

Consumer Spending 12

Manufacturing Trends 15

Food & Beverage Industry Outlook 18

Agricultural Outlook 21

Crop Production 24

Livestock & Poultry 26

National Health Expenditures 27

Petroleum & Refining Industry Outlook 30

Historical Market Trends 33

Pricing & Product Mix 37

Environmental & Regulatory Considerations 39

Intellectual Property Considerations 42

International Activity 43

Foreign Trade & US Production 45

Imports 46

Exports 48

III. TECHNOLOGY 51General 51

Enzyme Production Overview 52

Recombinant DNA Technology 54

Directed Evolution & Gene Shuffling 55

Protein Engineering Technology 57

Molecular Screening & Bioinformatics 57

Enzyme Immobilization 59

Extremophilic Enzymes 60

Enzyme Factories 61

IV. MARKETS 64General 64

Pharmaceuticals 67

Pharmaceutical Industry Outlook 68

Enzyme Demand 70

Enzyme Replacement Therapy 73

Neuromodulator 77

Cosmetic 79

Noncosmetic 80

Digestive 81

Pancreatic Enzymes 83

Other Digestive Enzymes 85

Cardiovascular Thrombolytic 87

Other Pharmaceutical 90

Pulmonary 91

All Other 92

Biofuels 95

Biofuel Industry Outlook 96

Enzyme Demand 99

Starch Enzymes 101

Cellulosic & Other Biofuel Enzymes 104

Food & Beverage Processing 106

Sweeteners 109

Corn Sweetener Industry Outlook 110

Enzyme Demand 111

Dairy Products 114

Dairy Industry Outlook 115

Enzyme Demand 117

Cheese Production 119

Other Dairy Products 122

Bakery Products 124

Baked Goods Industry Outlook 125

Enzyme Demand 126

Beverage Processing 130

Beverage Industry Outlook 131

Enzyme Demand 133

Wine & Fruit Juice Production 135

Beer, Distilled Spirits & Other Beverages 137

Other Food & Beverage Applications 139

Research & Biotechnology 142

Research & Biotechnology Industry Outlook 143

Enzyme Demand 145

DNA Amplification & Sequencing 147

Other Research Enzyme Applications 150

Cleaning Products 152

Cleaning Product Industry Outlook 153

Enzyme Demand 155

Laundry Detergents 157

Dishwashing Detergents & Other Cleaners 160

Diagnostics 162

Diagnostic Industry Outlook 163

Enzyme Demand 165

Animal Feed 169

Animal Feed Industry Outlook 170

Enzyme Demand 174

Non-Starch Polysaccharides 177

Phytate & Other 178

Other Enzyme Markets 181

Biocatalysts 182

Cosmetics & Toiletries 186

Textiles & Leather 189

Textiles 191

Leather 195

Pulp & Paper 196

All Other 200

Oilfield Recovery & Production 201

Water Treatment 202

Odor Control & Decontamination 202

Waste Treatment 203

Rubber 204

Developing Applications 204

V. PRODUCTS 206General 206

Carbohydrases 209

Alpha Amylases 213

Glucoamylases 217

Recombinant Human Glycosidases 219

Cellulases 222

Glucose Isomerases 225

Lactases 226

Pectinases 228

Other Carbohydrases 231

Proteases 233

Microbial Proteases 235

Fibrinolytic Proteases 239

Rennet/Chymosin 241

Other Proteases 243

Polymerases 245

Nucleases 248

DNases 249

Other Nucleases 251

Lipases 254

Other Enzymes 258

VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 262General 262

Market Share 266

Novozymes 267

Danisco 267

Roche 268

Allergan 269

Genzyme 269

Other 270

Competitive Strategies 270

Research & Development 272

Cooperative Agreements 274

Acquisitions & Divestitures 279

Manufacturing 282

Marketing & Distribution 284

Company Profiles 286

AB Enzymes, see Associated British Foods

Abbott Laboratories 287

Agilent Technologies Incorporated 288

Alere Incorporated 291

Allergan Incorporated 293

Amano Enzyme Incorporated 294

Associated British Foods plc 296

Axcan Intermediate Holdings Incorporated 299

BASF SE 301

British Biocell International, see Alere

Cargill Incorporated 303

Chr. Hansen A/S 305

Codexis Incorporated 307

Danisco A/S 310

DFB Pharmaceuticals Incorporated 317

Dyadic International Incorporated 319

Frutarom Limited 322

Genencor, see Danisco

Genentech, see Roche Holding

Genzyme Corporation 323

Healthpoint, see DFB Pharmaceuticals

Iogen Corporation 326

Ipsen 329

Johnson & Johnson 330

Life Technologies Corporation 333

Lonza Group Limited 336

Microbix Biosystems Incorporated 337

MP Biomedicals LLC 338

National Enzyme Company 340

New England BioLabs Incorporated 342

Novozymes A/S 344

Promega Corporation 350

Roche Holding Limited 353

Royal DSM NV 358

Shire plc 366

Solstice Neurosciences Incorporated 369

Solvay SA 370

Specialty Enzymes & Biotechnologies Company 371

Verenium Corporation 374

Other Companies Mentioned in Study 379

LIST OF TABLESSECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARYSummary Table 3SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Population & Households 8

2 Macroeconomic Indicators 12

3 Personal Consumption Expenditures 14

4 Manufacturers' Shipments 17

5 Food & Beverage Shipments 21

6 Agricultural Indicators 24

7 Major Crop Production 26

8 Livestock & Poultry Population 27

9 National Health Expenditures 30

10 Petroleum Industry Indicators 33

11 Enzyme Market, 1999-2009 36

12 Selected Enzyme Pricing 39

13 Enzyme Production & Foreign Trade 46

SECTION IV -- MARKETS1 Enzyme Demand by Market 66

2 Pharmaceutical Shipments 69

3 Pharmaceutical Enzyme Demand by Market, Status & Product 73

4 Enzyme Replacement Therapy Demand by Pharmaceutical

& Product 77

5 Neuromodulator Enzyme Demand 79

6 Digestive Enzyme Demand by Application & Product 83

7 Cardiovascular Thrombolytic Enzyme Demand by Application,

Type & Product 90

8 Other Pharmaceutical Enzyme Demand by Type & Product 91

9 Biofuel Supply & Demand 99

10 Biofuel Enzyme Demand by Application & Product 101

11 Food & Beverage Enzyme Demand by Application & Product 109

12 Corn Sweetener Supply & Demand 111

13 Corn Sweetener Enzyme Demand by Application & Product 114

14 Dairy Product Shipments 117

15 Dairy Enzyme Demand by Application & Product 119

16 Cheese Enzyme Demand 122

17 Other Dairy Product Enzyme Demand 124

18 Bakery Product Shipments 126

19 Bakery Product Enzyme Demand 130

20 Beverage Shipments 133

21 Beverage Enzyme Demand 134

22 Other Food & Beverage Enzyme Demand 142

23 Research Expenditures 145

24 Research & Biotechnology Enzyme Demand by Type

& Product 147

25 DNA Amplification & Sequencing Enzyme Demand 150

26 Other Research & Biotechnology Enzyme Demand 152

27 Cleaning Product Supply & Demand 155

28 Cleaning Product Enzyme Demand by Application & Product 157

29 Laundry Detergent Enzyme Demand 160

30 Dishwashing & Other Cleaning Product Enzyme Demand 162

31 In Vitro Diagnostic Product Shipments 165

32 Diagnostic Enzyme Demand 169

33 Animal Feed Shipments 174

34 Animal Feed Enzyme Demand by Application & Product 177

35 Other Enzyme Demand by Market & Product 182

36 Biocatalyst Enzyme Demand 186

37 Cosmetic & Toiletry Enzyme Demand 189

38 Textile & Leather Enzyme Demand by Application

& Product 191

39 Pulp & Paper Enzyme Demand 200

40 All Other Enzyme Markets 201

SECTION V -- PRODUCTS1 Enzyme Demand by Product 208

2 Carbohydrase Demand by Product & Market 212

3 Alpha Amylase Demand 217

4 Glucoamylase Demand 219

5 Recombinant Human Glycosidase Demand 221

6 Cellulase Demand 224

7 Glucose Isomerase Demand 226

8 Lactase Demand 228

9 Pectinase Demand 231

10 Other Carbohydrase Demand 233

11 Protease Demand by Product & Market 235

12 Microbial Protease Demand 239

13 Fibrinolytic Protease Demand 241

14 Rennet/Chymosin Demand 243

15 Other Protease Demand 245

16 Polymerase Demand 247

17 Nuclease Demand by Product & Market 249

18 DNase Demand 251

19 Other Nuclease Demand 254

20 Lipase Demand 257

21 Other Enzyme Demand 261

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 Enzyme Sales by Company, 2009 264

2 Selected Cooperative Agreements 277

3 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 281

LIST OF CHARTSSECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT1 Enzyme Market, 1999-2009 37

2 US Enzyme Imports by Source, 2009 48

3 US Enzyme Exports by Destination, 2009 50

SECTION IV -- MARKETS1 Enzyme Demand by Market, 2009 67

SECTION V -- PRODUCTS1 Enzyme Demand by Product, 2009 209

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE1 US Enzyme Market Share by Company, 2009 266

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