The global petri dish market revenue is expected to register a moderate CAGR over the forecast period. Growing demand for research and development activities in order to improve the treatment and diagnosis of diseases is expected to drive the growth of the global market over the forecast period.

Companies focusing on development of non-culture based diagnostic test is expected to hamper growth of the global petri dish market over the forecast period.

The global petri dish market report has been segmented on the basis of product type, end user, and region.

Based on product type, the global petri dish market is segmented based on glass petri dish and polystyrene petri dish. The glass petri dish segment is expected to account for major revenue share of the market.

Based on end user, the global petri dish market is segmented based on hospitals and diagnostic labs, pharmaceutical and biotech companies, and research and academic institutes. The research and academic institutes segment is expected to account for significant market share.

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Regional segmentation includes North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific and Middle East and Africa. North America contributes major market share and is expected to maintain its dominance over the forecast period. Market in Asia Pacific is expected to witness rapid growth rate over the forecast period. Countries like China and India is expected to support the growth of the market in Asia Pacific region, owing to the increasing number of research and development activities in these countries.

Some prominent players in the global petri dish market are Thermo Fisher Scientific, Nest Biotechnology Co. LTD., Grenier Bio-One GmbH, Corning, Inc., Phoenix Biomedical, Inc., Millipore Sigma, Inc., Pall Corporation, Aicor Medicalb, Reinnervate, Narang Medical Limited, and Biosigma S.r.l.

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