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We are overwhelmed to welcome all the International Researchers, Speakers and Participants for our upcoming Biochemistry Conference.

Biochemistry is expeditiously becoming one of the most influential fields of science. By associating the core principles of biology and chemistry, the field plays a significant role in developing modern scientific approaches.

Currently, there are various branches of biochemistry that deal with varieties of biological components like DNA and RNA, protein synthesis processes, cell membranes and many more. Some of its popular branches are as follows: molecular biochemistry, cell biology, structural biochemistry, metabolic biochemistry, enzymology, analytical biochemistry, medicinal biochemistry, clinical biochemistry, neurochemistry, nutritional biochemistry, pharmaceutical biochemistry, immunology, microbiology, and molecular genetics.

Researchers in biochemistry analyze and find the living organism’s biochemical reactions that occur at the molecular level. The biochemical techniques discovered in the field of medical biochemistry (also known as molecular biology) are used in analyzing and diagnosis of human health and diseases. The major scopes of biochemistry encompass drug development, vaccine development, immunology, pathology, and pharmacy.

The worldwide biochemistry market is about to propagate approximately 3200 million US$ in the year 2021 to 4700 million US$ by the end of 2025. This implies a 5.5% CAGR during the forecast period. The global biochemistry analyzer market signifies that there is a cumulative dollar opportunity of nearly 1500 million US$ between 2020 and 2024. The massive collaboration by global laboratories will reduce the diagnostic costs by 40%.


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Biochemistry is the study of the function and structure of biological molecules such as nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates. Biochemistry is also used to describe approaches suited to understanding the functions and interactions of biological molecules, including traditional procedures such as Western blotting, chromatography methods, and co-immunoprecipitation.

Like other sciences, Biochemistry focuses on measuring or quantifying the results, sometimes with enlightened instrumentation. The old procedure for a study of the events in a living organism was a study of the materials entering an organism (oxygen and foods) and those leaving (carbon dioxide and excretion products). This is still the basis of so-called balance experiments conducted on animals, in which; for instance, both excreta and foods are thoroughly examined. For this reason, many chemical methods including specific color reactions have evolved, requiring spectrum-analyzing instruments (spectrophotometers) for quantitative measurement. Gasometric approaches are those commonly utilized for measurements of carbon dioxide and oxygen, producing respiratory quotients (the ratio of carbon dioxide to oxygen). Somewhat more detail has been acquired by determining the quantities of substances leaving and entering a given organ and also by incubating slices of tissue in a physiological medium outside the body and examining the changes that obtain in the medium. Because these approaches yield an overall picture of metabolic capacities, it became essential to disrupt cellular structure (homogenization) and to segregate the individual parts of the mitochondria, cell—nuclei, ribosomes, lysosomes, membranes—and finally the numerous enzymes and distinct chemical substances of the cell in an effort to realize the chemistry of life more fully.

Covid-19 has shown a positive consequence on the global Biochemistry market due to the increased demand for laboratory tests to monitor and diagnose Covid-19. So the demand in the global Biochemistry market is improved. However, limited tests used in the monitoring and diagnosis of COVID-19, delay of non-urgent health issues because of the pandemic and less in the number of patients due to concern of contagion have led to a drop in test numbers which has impacted the market growth up to some expand.

Worldwide improvements in the medical field have mainly been responsible for enhancing the global Biochemistry analyzers market. Moreover, with the rising geriatric population, the number of health issues is gradually growing, thereby increasing the demand for appropriate treatments that include biochemical analyzers. In addition, these analyzers possess a high rate of identification of a specific pathogen, accordingly providing high clarity and accuracy. These characteristics make utilizing the biochemical analyzers more relevant than other alternatives, thereby increasing growth in the global biochemical market. Technological improvements are anticipated to increase even more in the near future, accordingly projected to further stoke expansion in the global biochemical analyzer market. Increasing use of the analyzers in drug abuse detection, drug monitoring, and drug provision, owing to advances in the number of health conditions too is notably helping towards growth witnessed by the global Biochemistry analyzers market.

However, this market is inhibited owing to several factors. A protruding obstacle present in its growth includes a lack of expertise and shortage of essential manpower required to give the treatments that involve the use of Biochemistry analyzers in underdeveloped and remote regions. As an account of this, the market remains steady geographically. Moreover, the high costs of manufacturing the analyzer compounds might cause trouble for small-scale healthcare centers to afford the necessary equipment.

The global Biochemistry market is classified into North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America. North America is anticipated to influence the market within the forecast period ascribed to key players introducing new Biochemistry analyzers for diagnosis purposes and the massively developed healthcare industry in this region. Biochemistry analyzers are used to detect, analyze and determine numerous functions of biomolecules within the cell. Analyzing biomolecules is significant for a food safety inspection, disease diagnostics, and pharmaceutical development. Europe is estimated to capture the second-largest share of the global Biochemistry market due to the rising prevalence of chronic diseases, growing geriatric population, and increasing count of product offerings in this region.

In addition, there are various complexities involved with carrying out medical processes that make use of the analyzers. Due to this, people might prefer cheaper and traditional alternatives, which is especially hampering progress in the global Biochemistry analyzers market. Nonetheless, key players are soon anticipated to establish cost-effective analyzer production procedures, thus blanketing most restraints influencing the global Biochemistry analyzers market.

The Global Biochemistry Market is estimated at USD 3.53 Billion in 2020 and is anticipated to reach USD 5.18 Billion by 2027 with a CAGR of 5.6% over the forecast period.

Biochemistry Market, by Regional & Country Level:

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·         North America

·         U.S.

·         Canada

·         Europe

·         Germany

·         France

·         U.K.

·         Italy

·         Spain

·         Sweden

·         Netherland

·         Turkey

·         Switzerland

·         Belgium

·         Rest of Europe

·         Asia-Pacific

·         South Korea

·         Japan

·         China

·         India

·         Australia

·         Philippines

·         Singapore

·         Malaysia

·         Thailand

·         Indonesia

·         Rest of APAC

·         Latin America

·         Mexico

·         Colombia

·         Brazil

·         Argentina

·         Peru

·         Rest of South America

·         Middle East and Africa

·         Saudi Arabia

·         UAE

·         Egypt

·         South Africa

·         Rest Of MEA

Top Universities of Biochemistry in the world:

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·         Harvard University           

·         Massachusetts Institute of Technology

·         Stanford University

·         Shanghai Jiao Tong University

·         Zhejiang University

·         University of Chinese Academy of Sciences        

·         Johns Hopkins University

·         University of Pennsylvania

·         University of Oxford        

·         Cornell University

·         University of California, San Diego

·         University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

·         University of California, San Francisco

·         University of Cambridge

And there are many associations around the world that are all working in the field of Biochemistry. Here are a few top associations: Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS)International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyFederation of Asian and Oceanic Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (FAOBMB)Biochemical Society – Advancing Molecular BioscienceAmerican Society for Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyAssociation for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory MedicineThe Oxford Biochemical Society (OUBS), and Nigerian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

 

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