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This study investigated the market for mono-nucleotides in infant and animal nutrition. Nucleotides are derived from RNA and are frequently supplemented to infant formula to support immune function and have been used in animal feed for the same purpose. CPL sought to understand the demand for nucleotides and the scientific and regulatory position on nucleotide supplementation

The scope of the report was the major markets in Europe, North America and Asia.


The main contents of the study were based on a large number of sources including in-house databases, government regulators, trade journals, patent databases, scientific journals and existing reports.
CPL carried out an extensive search and review of scientific publications, patents, trade news, regulatory databases and clinical trials databases.

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Table of Contents


Background & Scope


Principal Findings

  • Nucleotide market and pricing
  • Clinical Research
  • Infant Formulas
    • Nucleotide Functionality In Breast Milk and Infant Formulas
    • Infant Formula Supplementation
    • Product Trends
    • The Infant Formula Milk Market
    • Market structure
    • Barriers to Entry
    • The role of premixers
  • Other Human Use Products
    • Nutritional Supplement Use
  • Nucleotides in Animal Feed
    • Animal Feed Research
    • Animal Feed Products
    • Animal Feed Nucleotide Market
  • Patents

Conclusions and Recommendations


  • Introduction
  • Structure and Function
  • Applications in Infant Nutrition
  • Applications in Adult Human Nutrition
    • Food Use
    • Medical Use
    • Nutritional Supplement Use


  • Growth Drivers
    • Nucleotides
    • Nucleotide Premixes
  • Key factors for success
    • Nucleotides
    • Nucleotide Premixes
  • New Entrants
  • New Customers
  • Volumes and Values
    • RNA
    • Mono-nucleotides
  • Prices
    • Nucleotides
    • Blending and premixing services

Infant Nutrition Market

  • Overview of Supplemented Infant Formulas
    • Infant Formula Products
  • Markets Estimates for Nucleotides in Infant Formulas
  • The Infant Formula Milk Market
    • Global Overview
    • Western Europe
    • The United Kingdom
    • France
    • Germany
    • Italy
    • Spain
    • North America
    • US
    • Canada
    • China and Japan
    • China
    • Japan
  • Product Trends
  • Barriers to Entry

Players and Products

  • RNA & Nucleotide Producers
    • 15 Producers
  • Premixers and Blenders
    • 5 Premixers and Blenders
  • Infant Formula Companies Using Nucleotides
    • 34 Companies
  • Human Nutrition Products Using Nucleotides
    • Adult Human Nutrition Products based on Nucleotides
  • Human Nutrition Companies Using Nucleotides
    • 7 Companies

Applications in Animal Feed

  • Animal Feed Use
  • Alltech NuPro Studies
  • Animal Feed Nucleotide Market
  • Overview of Animal Feed Markets and Animal Production
  • Animal Feed Companies Using Nucleotides
    • 18 Companies


  • Overview
    • Market
    • Nucleotide suppliers
    • Premixers
    • Route to market
    • New entrants
    • New applications
  • RNA and Nucleotide Manufacturers
    • 16 Manufacturers
  • Blenders and Premixers
    • 7 Blenders and Premixers
  • Infant Formula Manufacturers
    • 9 Manufacturers
  • Other Contacts
    • 5 Contacts

Scientific Substantiation

  • Functionality in Breast Milk
  • Are Dietary Nucleotides Essential?
    • Pharmacokinetics
  • Clinical Trials
    • Immunity
    • Human clinical studies
    • Gastrointestinal
    • Infant nutrition
  • Nutritional Implications in Animal Feeds
    • Are dietary nucleotides essential?
    • Effect on Immunity
    • Effect on Gastrointestinal Structure and Function
    • Effect on Intestinal Microbiota
    • Effect on Growth
    • Stress


  • Infant Formulas and Baby Foods
  • Other Uses


  • Organic status

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