Report : South and Central America Human Identification Market Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Regional Analysis – by Product and Service (Consumables, Services, Instruments, and Software), Technology (Capillary Electrophoresis, Polymerase Chain Reaction, Nucleic Acid Purification and Extraction, Automated Liquid Handling, Microarrays, Next-Generation Sequencing, and Rapid DNA Analysis), Application (Forensic Applications, Paternity Identification, and Other Applications), and End User (Forensic Laboratories, Research and Academic Centers, and Government Institutes)
At 10.7% CAGR, the South and Central America Human Identification Market is speculated to be worth US$ 250.79 million by 2028, says Business Market Insights
According to Business Market Insights’ research, the South and Central America human identification market was valued at US$ 122.78 million in 2021 and is expected to reach US$ 250.79 million by 2028, registering an annual growth rate of 10.7% from 2021 to 2028. Government initiatives to support forensic programs and growing intervention of technology in forensic science are the critical factors attributed to the market expansion.
Procedures based on forensic technology, from retinal scanning to evidence chemistry tracing, help solve crimes in advanced ways. For example, the minuscule amounts of oils remaining on fingerprints can reveal the general age of criminal suspects, their diet, and whether they smoke. Many forensic research projects are focused on the development of novel analytical instruments; assessment techniques for trace amounts of evidence; and proteomic analysis techniques with unique sampling procedures, allowing hair-, skin-, and bone-based identification. For extensive analysis in the on-site field, several portable equipment types have been manufactured. Portable forensic instruments prove to be useful in transporting unstable, perishable, or hazardous compounds to the laboratory. DNA phenotyping is an advanced technology used in forensic sciences. Scientists sequence a DNA sample and provide investigators information on the probable characteristics of suspects, such as hair, eye, and skin color, to identify them. Age and biological background can also be predicted using newer approaches. The personnel can also use biosensors to analyze the minute traces of bodily fluids found in fingerprints to identify the suspect. Data detected using such samples include age, medications, gender, and lifestyle. Immunochromatography helps detect a disease by dropping a small sample onto a prepared test strip. In forensics, immunochromatography tests detect substances in subjects’ bodily fluids, such as drugs and medications. A smartphone-based sensor has been developed to evaluate a saliva sample through immunochromatography; the tests can also be run away from a lab. Further, geolocating a suspect or victim using stable isotopes of water is another advanced technique in forensic sciences. Scientists can determine the origin of the sample by isolating the isotopes in a water sample found on a suspect or victim. Such advancements based on modern technologies and smart sampling methods are generating new future trends in the human identification market.
On the contrary, high costs associated with instruments used in genomic studies of South and Central America human identification market.
Based on product and services, the South and Central America human identification market is consumables, services, instruments, and software. The consumables segment held 38.10% market share in 2021, amassing US$ 46.78 million. It is projected to garner US$ 98.91 million by 2028 to expand at 11.3% CAGR during 2021–2028.
Based on technology, the South and Central America human identification market is divided into capillary electrophoresis, polymerase chain reaction, nucleic acid purification and extraction, automated liquid handling, microarrays, next-generation sequencing, and rapid DNA analysis. The capillary electrophoresis segment held 30.60% market share in 2021, amassing US$ 37.57 million. It is projected to garner US$ 78.66 million by 2028 to expand at 11.1% CAGR during 2021–2028.
Based on application, the South and Central America human identification market is divided into forensic applications, paternity identification, and other applications. The forensic applications segment held 49.38% market share in 2021, amassing US$ 60.63 million. It is projected to garner US$ 128.69 million by 2028 to expand at 11.4% CAGR during 2021–2028.
Based on end user, the South and Central America human identification market is divided into forensic laboratories, research and academic centers, and government institutes. The forensic laboratories segment held 42.65% market share in 2021, amassing US$ 52.36 million. It is projected to garner US$ 110.09 million by 2028 to expand at 11.2% CAGR during 2021–2028.
Based on country, the South and Central America human identification market has been categorized into the Brazil, Argentina and Rest of South and Central America. Our regional analysis states that Brazil captured 49.43% market share in 2021. It was assessed at US$ 60.68 million in 2021 and is likely to hit US$ 120.88 million by 2028, exhibiting a CAGR of 10.3% during the forecast period.
Key players dominating the South and Central America human identification market are THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFIC INC.; Promega Corporation; Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. ; QIAGEN ; General Electric Company ; Illumina, Inc. ; Eurofins Scientific ; Agilent Technologies, Inc. ; Hamilton Company ; and LGC Limited among others.
- In June 2021, The QIAGEN announced a commercialized partnership with San Diego-based human identification specialist Verogen that will provide customers of both companies with superior tools and comprehensive support for human identification (HID) workflows in their laboratories.
- In October 2021 , Research labs performing Sanger sequencing can now use Promega chemistry on any capillary electrophoresis (CE) platform. The ProDye Terminator Sequencing System, launched by Promega Corporation, can be implemented on any CE instrument, including the benchtop Spectrum Compact CE System.
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