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Lipase is enzyme produced from Rhizophus sp by controlled fermentation.

Lipase is widely used in the Neutraceuticals industry as a fat splitting lipase enzyme. It hydrolyzes short, medium and long fatty acids from 1, 2 and 3 positions of tri, di and mono-glycerides. Lipase aids in improved digestion


Lipase is used in combination with other enzymes to make digestive enzyme formulations.

Working Conditions:
Lipase has an optimum activity at pH 6.5 but it is very effective over a pH range of 5.0 to 7.0. It has an optimum activity at a temperature of 40oC but is very effective between 30-40oC.

Packing and Storage:
Lipase is available in 25kgs HDPE pack. The product should be stored under cool and dry conditions in an airtight container.

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