Urease Industry Report 2019 : Global Market Outlook

Urease Market Report

Urease Market Report offered by DecisionDatabases.com gives a market overview of the Urease industry which covers product scope, market revenue, opportunities, growth rate, sales volumes and figures. The report also explores the worldwide players of the market and is segmented by region, type and application with forecast to 2024.

Urease is an enzyme in the class of phosphotriesterases and amidohydrolases which catalyzes the hydrolysis reaction of urea thereby forming ammonia and carbon dioxide.

The urease market is primarily driven by its increasing use in the industrial applications such as biosensors.
The worldwide market for Urease is expected to grow at a CAGR of roughly xx% over the next five years, will reach xx million US$ in 2024, from xx million US$ in 2019.

This report focuses on the Urease in global market, especially in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa. This report categorizes the market based on manufacturers, regions, type and application.

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Market Segment by Manufacturers, this report covers

  •     BBI Solutions
  •     Sekisui Diagnostics
  •     Sigma-Aldrich
  •     Sisco Research Laboratories

Market Segment by Regions, regional analysis covers

  •     North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
  •     Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
  •     Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)
  •     South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.)
  •     Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Market Segment by Type, covers

  •     Plants Urease
  •     Algae Urease
  •     Fungi Urease
  •     Yeast Urease

Market Segment by Applications, can be divided into

  •     Biosensors
  •     Clinical Chemistry
  •     Others

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The content of the study subjects, includes a total of 15 chapters:

Chapter 1, to describe Urease product scope, market overview, market opportunities, market driving force and market risks.
Chapter 2, to profile the top manufacturers of Urease, with price, sales, revenue and global market share of Urease in 2017 and 2018.
Chapter 3, the Urease competitive situation, sales, revenue and global market share of top manufacturers are analyzed emphatically by landscape contrast.
Chapter 4, the Urease breakdown data are shown at the regional level, to show the sales, revenue and growth by regions, from 2014 to 2019.
Chapter 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, to break the sales data at the country level, with sales, revenue and market share for key countries in the world, from 2014 to 2019.
Chapter 10 and 11, to segment the sales by type and application, with sales market share and growth rate by type, application, from 2014 to 2019.
Chapter 12, Urease market forecast, by regions, type and application, with sales and revenue, from 2019 to 2024.
Chapter 13, 14 and 15, to describe Urease sales channel, distributors, customers, research findings and conclusion, appendix and data source.

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Vitamin E Chemical a ‘key focus’ in vaping Illness Investigation

Vitamin E Chemical a ‘key focus' in vaping Illness Investigation

On Thursday, in New York State, Health officials said that they are investigating a possible cause of a compound called vitamin E acetate which has recently surged in severe vaping-related illnesses.

In a news release, the state Department of Health said that that “very high levels” of the compound had been found in 13 samples from eight of 34 patients who have gotten ill in New York. A state laboratory, Wadsworth Center analysed the samples as part of an investigation.

The New York State health commissioner, Dr. Howard Zucker said, “That’s the best theory, or hypothesis, we have right now.” in an interview. He added “We haven’t ruled out there isn’t something else in the vaping material.”

A spokesman for the Food and Drug Administration, Michael Felberbaum said that more information is needed to understand better that whether there’s a relationship between any specific products or substances and the reported illnesses. He further added that the agency is testing 100 samples for a “broad range” of chemicals.

There have been about two deaths and about 215 illnesses nationwide, since mid-June. The complexity of the products and the geographic spread of the patients across two dozen states has left health officials puzzled and searching for answers.

A New York State toxicologist, Gary Ginsberg that during recent calls with investigators, federal officials Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration said that the vitamin E acetate is one of the substances they are exploring.

According to Dr. Zucker, the health commissioner, of the products containing vitamin E acetate were “on the black market” and not part of New York State’s medical marijuana program.

According to the state news release, New York has had 34 reported cases of severe illnesses, in patients ranging in age 15 to 46. The vitamin E compound was found in tests of cannabis products, but not in the nicotine-based products it tested as said by the state.

US Imposes Sanctions on Iran Space Agencies

On Tuesday, the State Department announced that the United States had imposed sanctions on Iran’s space agency for its involvement in the regime’s ballistic missile development.

The department approved the Iran Space Agency and two affiliates for engaging in proliferation-sensitive activities.

Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State, tweeted that the U.S. has sanctioned Iran’s civilian space agency, which develops the same space launch vehicle technology used in ballistic missiles, for the 1st time. He further added, “We call on our allies to join us in deterring the world’s top sponsor of terrorism from growing its ballistic missile program.”

The department’s statement said that the United States will not allow Iran to use its space launch program as cover to advance its ballistic missile programs. Further it said, “These designations should serve as a warning to the international scientific community that collaborating with Iran’s space program could contribute to Tehran’s ability to develop a nuclear weapon delivery system.”

This announcement came five days after a rocket exploded at the Imam Khomeini Space Center in the northern province of Semnan.

According to Iranian official, the explosion resulted from a technical default during a test. U.S. officials have said a surveillance image of the explosion’s outcome gave evidence that the Iranian space program is used to develop missiles, and these missiles also includes one capable of carrying nuclear warheads or other weapons of mass destruction over long distances.

A United Nations Security Council resolution prohibits Iran from activity related to the development of ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons. Iran insists it is developing rockets to launch satellites into space, which it has done twice since 2013 but the explosion marked the third failure involving a rocket at the Iranian center.

The sanctions are the latest action in the Trump administration’s escalating campaign of economic and diplomatic measures since withdrawing from the 2015 nuclear agreement last year.

Huawei accuses the US of unscrupulous behavior

Huawei — considered the world leader in superfast 5G equipment and the world’s number two smartphone producer, accused the US of carrying out cyberattacks, attempted entrapment, unlawful searches and more. The company claims that the US to disrupt the business operations of Huawei and its partners has been using every tool at its disposal.

Huawei accuses the US of unscrupulous behavior

The accusations come one day after the US and Poland signed an agreement to rigorously investigate 5G network equipment from foreign providers like Huawei, were made without evidence.

According to Huawei, the US has instructed law enforcement to intimidate, bully or terrorize or blackmail, current and former Huawei employees.

Also, according to Huawei, the US has unlawfully searched, detained and arrested Huawei staff. Further FBI agent were sent to employees’ homes, their old civil cases that have been settled were dugged up.

This year, at least three employees from Huawei’s US office have been contacted by US law enforcement agencies, according to The Wall of Street Journal. But it’s not uncommon for FBI agents to visit current and former employees of a company that’s under investigation, as the WSJ points out.

Huawei’s accusations were made in a press release, which was meant to refute separate charges that Huawei committed patent infringement. But today in its press release, Huawei said those allegations are false.

Further, Huawei wrote, “We strongly condemn the malign, concerted effort by the US government to discredit Huawei and curb its leadership position in the industry.” The company has repeatedly denied Trump administration accusations, which has said that Huawei is at the mercy of Chinese government officials. Since the US blacklisted Huawei, this is the first time.

Boris Johnson Tries to Drain Brexit Swamp

Boris Johnson Tries to Drain Brexit Swamp

Yesterday, with U.S. and Canadian markets closed overnight for Labour Day, it was British Prime Minister Boris Johnson that provided a bursts display that Guy Fawkes would be proud of.  With Parliament before being suspended for a week, PM Johnson has threatened to call a general election on October 14th if Parliament passes legislation to derail his Brexit strategy today.

On Sunday, he made announcement that Tory MPs who vote against the government on Brexit will be expelled from the parliamentary party and barred from standing for their seats as Conservatives should an election happen.

With electoral uncertainty and the forecasts of a hard Brexit both rising aggressively, the British pound, falling 100 points to 1.2065 was punished. Despite, international equity investors were overjoyed at the pound’s fall, swooping in to scoop up U.K. blue-chip stocks largely cheaper in the dollar and euro terms than the day before. The FTSE 100, making it the best-performing market in Europe on the day by far, rose 1.03%.

On the other hand, after a quiet holiday-affected session, U.S. equity futures slid slightly lower on thin volumes overnight.

Asia will be focusing on the RBA rate decision at 1230 SGT. Ahead of this, retail sales and the current account are two other key Australian data points. A lower print from retail sales, in particular, would add to the general gloom of recent Australian data, increasing the calls for further RBA easing. The RBA keeping their powder dry for rainier days ahead, is unlikely to grant the doves their wish today, preferring to stay on hold with an easing bias.

Vietnam and Malaysian Market PMIs, continuing the poor regional showing by the PMIs yesterday, have just been released lower than forecast

South Korean, boom this morning, posted a record low of zero percents Q2 GDP was revised lower to 2.0%, increasing the odds of further easing by the BoK at their next meeting.

Investors are receiving confirmatory signs that Asia is slowing on trade by China and the U.S.

Indian Finance Minister announces Big Bank Mergers

On Friday, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced huge amalgamation of state-owned banks that will see 10 of them being merged to form four bigger lenders to strengthen a sector which is struggling with a bad-loan cleanup.

The government decided that amalgamation is the “best route” for creating lenders of global scale that can support the economy’s growth to $5 trillion by 2024, instead of privatising some of these banks or bringing in strategic investors.

According to officials, Finance Minister announced four new sets of mergers — Punjab National Bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce and United Bank of India to merge to form the country’s second-largest lender; Canara Bank and Syndicate Bank to amalgamate; Union Bank of India to acquire Andhra Bank and Corporation Bank; Indian Bank to merge with Allahabad Bank. Banks have been merged on various basis like operating efficiencies, better usage of equity and their technological platform.

Sitharaman further said that the latest consolidation move will slash the number of state-owned lenders to 12 from 27 in 2017, highlighting the banking reforms undertaken by the Narenda Modi government that have also included significant tidying-up of balance sheets.

Rajnish Kumar, the Chairman of State Bank of India said, “Today’s announcements on bank mergers is a cohesive and a clear recognition that bigger banks have that much more ability to absorb shocks, reap economies of scale as well as the capacity to raise resources without depending unduly on the exchequer.”

According to a senior banking industry official, Managing directors of these banks were informed about the merger decision earlier in the day by the department of financial services.

Finance secretary Kumar said that it would be a smooth consolidation and won’t lead to any disruption for the customer.

He said that the consolidation proposal would now be taken up by the bank boards and the effective date of merger will be decided by them only.

Brazil Rejects Millions in Amazon Aid Pledge

Brazil Rejects Millions in Amazon Aid Pledge

Brazil will reject the offer of $20 million in aid for the Amazon fires pledged at the G7 summit in France unless France’s president apologizes for calling Brazil’s president a liar.

According to Brazilian news website G1, Onyx Lorenzoni, chief of staff to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, said “We are thankful, but maybe those resources would be more relevant to reforest Europe.”

The decision to reject the aid is confirmed by Brazil’s communication office to several news organizations including Agence France Presse and CNN, though it did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment on Tuesday.

The blazes in the Amazon have caused a dispute between Bolsonaro and French President Emmanuel Macron, who has been vocal about the need for an international response to the fires. Last week, Macron, President of France, called Bolsonaro a liar over his pledge in June to fight global warming.

According to France 24, a French presidential official said that from the attitude of Brazil over the last weeks, the president can only conclude that President Bolsonaro lied to him at the Osaka (G20) summit.

On Tuesday, Bolsonaro smacked out at Macron and claimed France was questioning Brazil’s sovereignty. Infact, according to The Associated Press, Bolsonaro said if Macron apologizes for his criticisms, “then we can speak.”

Bolsonaro has accused Macron on social media of only pretending to want to save the Amazon while really wanting to control it as a “colony.” He has also criticized Macron’s wife, in a personal attack. Infact on Tuesday, when asked by reporters whether he would apologize to Macron’s wife he denied offending her.

President Donald Trump also expressed his support of Bolsonaro on Twitter. He tweeted, “He is working very hard on the Amazon fires and in all respects doing a great job for the people of Brazil – Not easy. He and his country have the full and complete support of the USA!”

G7 Summit 2019 Is Set to End Without Joint Communique

The Group of Seven summit which is to be held this weekend in France is set to end without a joint communique for the first time in its 44-year history. This is due to gaps between member nations on trade.

It would be the first time since meetings began in 1975 that a G7 summit ends without a communique laying bare the deepening rift between heads of state from seven of the world’s largest economies.

On Wednesday, Macron, speaking ahead of the G-7 meeting at a news conference in Paris said that an attempt to produce a joint communique would most likely be a “pointless” exercise.

The summit which is to be held in the southwestern French city of Biarritz on Aug 24-26, brings together the leaders of Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States.

In recent years, securing an agreement at the annual summit has proved more difficult, somewhat because the U.S. president, Donald Trump has expressed a preference for bilateral trade pacts over multilateral agreements. He also pulled the United States out of landmark climate agreement restricting global efforts to cut carbon.

Last year, at the G-7 summit in Ottawa, Canada, Trump threw the G7’s efforts to show a united front into disorder by an early exit from the meeting, refused to sign the collective final statement and engaged in personal insults over trade with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

According to a French perspective, the hosts this year, will try to manage the G-7 so it doesn’t turn into another embarrassing mess with everyone arguing with each other.

Fraser said, that the G-7 is no longer for the world’s richest countries to show a united front. He further added,’ And the lack of a joint communique is a recognition of where we are at’.

French media called last year’s gathering in Ottawa as the “G-6+1 summit,” pointing out the Washington’s refusal to sign the final statement.

Thousands Detained in Lockdown on Kashmir

Indian security agencies has arrested around 2,300 people in Kashmir, during a security lockdown and communications blackout imposed to curb unrest after New Delhi stripped the disputed region of statehood, among which mostly are young men.

According to three police officials, the arrested people include anti-India protesters as well as pro-India Kashmiri leaders who have been held in jails and other makeshift facilities. The officials have access to all police records but aren’t authorized to talk to reporters.

Rohit Kansal, who is the official spokesman in Jammu and Kashmir has repeatedly refused to give any details about arrests and detentions. He also declined questions about specific arrests.

The arrest statistics showed that around 100 people have been arrested under the Public Safety Act, and under this act, the law permits detaining people for up to two years without trial. Also, at least 70 civilians and 20 police and soldiers have been treated at three hospitals in Srinagar for injuries stemming from the clashes.

On Tuesday, there are families crowded outside the police stations to apply for the release of their sons, husbands and other relatives.

Kashmir which is already one of the world’s most militarized regions, were sent thousands of additional Indian troops to man checkpoints. Further, Telephone communications, mobile phone coverage, broadband internet and cable TV services were cut, although some have been gradually restored in places.

The people of Kashmir executed protests and clashed with police since the crackdown, which began just before Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist-led government to deprive Jammu and Kashmir of its semi-autonomy and its statehood on August 5, creating two federal territories.

One of the officials said most of the arrests have been in Kashmir’s main city, Srinagar and the heart of a 30-year-old movement to remove Hindu-majority from Muslim-majority so that Kashmir can exist independently or can be merged with Pakistan.

The disputed territory of Kashmir was claimed by both India and Pakistan in its entirety, but each controls only part of it.

Russia Accuses the U.S. for Increasing Military Tensions with Missile Test

Russia Accuses the U.S. for Increasing Military Tensions with Missile Test

On Tuesday, as reported by TASS news agency, Russia accused the United States of raising the military tensions followed by testing a ground-launched cruise missile.

On Monday, it had tested a cruise missile that hit its target which was more than 500 km of flight .This was its first such operation since the failure of a landmark Cold War-era nuclear pact this month.

The U.S. missile test would have been banned under the treaty.

The United States, accused Russia of disregarding the agreement, however, it  announced in October that it would, formally withdrew from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) with Russia before doing so on August 2. Russia has also accused the U.S. of violating the deal.

The INF was signed by Russia and the U.S. in 1987, was designed to end decades of tension and insecurity between the U.S. and Russia surrounding nuclear arms development and proliferation but both sides recently accused each other of violating the agreement.

The INF, reducing the ability of both countries to launch a nuclear strike at short notice, banned land-based missiles with a range between 310 to 3,400 miles or in other words, 500 to 5500 km.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov was said that, “All this elicits regret, the United States has obviously taken the course of escalating military tensions. We will not succumb to provocations”. He further added, “We won’t allow ourselves to be pulled into a costly arms race.”

Ryabkov further said that against the test, Russia did not plan to deploy any new missiles, unless the United States did so first.

In Beijing, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman, Geng Shuang, expressing his concern said that the test showed the United States was stoking a new arms race and confrontation, which would have a serious negative impact on regional and global security.