the global aptamers market size was USD 244.3 million in 2021 and grow USD 525.5 million by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 16.89 % during the forecast period owing to rise in the investment in biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies for R&D activities, technological developments, an increase in the therapeutic application anticipated to fuel the aptamers market over the forecast period. Furthermore, increase in the using of aptamers in drug discovery, entry of private organizations in research and development space, and advantages of aptamers over other therapeutics expected to drive the market. However, stringent regulatory policies and ethical issues in aptamers usage, dearth of aptamers in the market in the undeveloped regions, and lack of awareness about the aptamers usage expected to dampen the growth of aptamers market over the forecast period. Aptamers are the single-stranded peptide or oligonucleotide molecules that bind to the protein, nucleic acid molecules or target lipid with the high specificity. Aptamers are used in pharmaceutical studies, laboratory diagnosis, drug discovery, molecular recognition, and treatment of certain diseases. In addition, aptamers are also used in the production of cost-effective and improved medicines, the advantages of aptamers over protein therapeutics include in terms of synthetic accessibility, modification, and size. Aptamers are commonly used in the treatment of AIDS owing to faster development than the antibodies which lead to curing of diseases very faster. Aptamers are single-stranded DNA and RNA molecules that can bind to a specific target with high specificity. Aptamers come in a range of forms thanks to their proclivity for forming helices and single-stranded loops. These can be made fast and used to inhibit and characterise proteins, and they can also be designed to have improved specificity and affinity. These flexible compounds bind to a variety of targets, including proteins, peptides, small molecules, toxins, carbohydrates, and even live cells. Aptamers are usually produced through a selection process from a vast pool of random sequences, and they can be used in both therapeutic and scientific settings.