An increase in the adoption of various studies by leading industry contenders is expected to drive p-ethylphenol market growth over the coming years. For instance, it would be imperative to state the mention of one such study focused on the identification of groups of VOCs (volatile organic compounds) from soybean plants infused with Phytophthora sojae.

An escalation in such studies is anticipated to augment p-ethylphenol market share over the forthcoming years.

According to the latest research conducted by Global Market Insights Inc., the industry size is expected to cross USD 150 million by 2027.

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Some of the major industry players comprise Clearsynth, Sigma Aldrich, ABCR Gmbh, Alfa Chemistry, Thermo Fisher Scientific, TCI Chemicals, AK Scientific, and others.

The research recorded the presence of 4-ethylphenol among the identified VOCs and its induction in the incompatible interaction between the pathogen and plants. Further, 4-ethylphenol was recorded to inhibit the growth of phytophthora nicotianae and P. sojae and had toxicity to the formation of sporangia.

Rising number of research initiatives

The industry has registered an upsurge in research activities over the recent years. Considering an instance, in February 2022, Axial Therapeutics published preclinical research which demonstrated that microbial metabolites, created by gut bacteria typically found in the GI tract, can influence complex behaviors and impact brain activity in mice.

The research team developed an innovative mouse model system for evaluating the effects of the gut microbiome-derived metabolite 4EPS (4-ethylphenol sulfate) on brain function and complex behaviors. For the same, researchers deployed engineered gut bacteria that either do not produce or constitutively produce 4EPS.

The study demonstrated that 4EPS can enter brain tissue, while chronic exposure to 4EPS could lead to the arrest of oligodendrocyte maturation and analogous region-specific alterations in myelination.

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Increase in studies pertaining to ASD

The idea of the involvement of gut microbiota in the pathogenesis of ASD (autism spectrum disorders) has attracted attention in a range of studies over the recent years. 4-Ethylphenyl sulfate and p-cresol sulfate are two particular microbiota-derived host metabolites associated with ASD in both animal models and patients.

One such study provided a description of the current knowledge of microbial dysbiosis in ASD, elaborating on the relevance and synthesis pathways of two particular ASD-associated metabolites that are likely to form a link between the microbiota and the brain in autism. An increase in such studies is anticipated to impel p-ethylphenol market expansion over the forthcoming years.

In addition, major p-ethylphenol manufacturers are focusing on the adoption of a range of initiatives such as mergers, acquisitions, collaborative agreements, partnerships, product developments, and others for the consolidation of their market position. These steps are further slated to drive industry expansion over the forthcoming years.

In the years to come, p-ethylphenol market is expected to record an escalating product demand from end-users such as the automotive sector and construction. Also, the global chemical sector is estimated to register a considerable expansion over the ensuing years, providing new growth opportunities for driving p-ethylphenol market size.

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