Xylanase

Xylanase enzyme is derived from Trichoderma sp. It has a high Xylanase activity and is used in a variety of industries including Neutraceuticals. Benefits: Xylanase digests high molecular weight arabinoxylans and can be used in the treatment of endosperm cell walls of feed grains and vegetable proteins The addition of Xylanase...
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Papain

Papain is a plant Protease derived from the Papaya fruit. The unripe fruit is first tapped, and then the latex is dried and finally purified to get the enzyme. Methods of purification include water extraction with reducing and chelating agents, salt precipitation and solvents for converting it to Papain. Benefits: Papain...
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Neutral Protease

Neutral Protease is derived from a strain of Bacillus sp for the hydrolysis of protein. Benefits: Neutral Protease acts at random the inner-peptides of protein around the neutral zone to produce peptides of smaller molecules rapidly.
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Lipase

Lipase is enzyme produced from Rhizophus sp by controlled fermentation. Benefits: 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
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Lactase

Lactase is derived from Aspergillus sp. lactose (4-O-β-Dgalactopyranosyl-D-glucose) and produces β-D-galactose and α-Dglucose. Benefits: The use of Lactase increases digestive capacity. Lactase has optimum activity in an acidic environment, thus being effective in conditions encountered in the digestive tract of humans.
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Invertase

General Description: Invertase contains the enzyme B-D fructofuransidase which hydrolyses sucrose to give fructose and glucose. The enzyme is derived from a selected strain of Saccharomyces certevisiae. Application Invertase is used in the large scale production of invert sugar, which is an important ingredient in the confectionery industry. It is also used...
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Hemicellulase

Hemicellulase enzyme is produced from Trichoderma sp by controlled fermentation. It is an enzyme complex used in the hydrolysis of cellulose. Benefits: Hemicellulase is widely used in the Neutraceuticals industry, due to its ability to degrade various plant fibrous materials to facilitate extractions, improve separations, reduce viscosity and modify or completely...
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Glucoamylase

Glucoamylase is derived from Aspergillus sp. The enzyme catalyzes the hydrolysis of dextrin to glucose. The enzyme hydrolyzes the 1, 4 and 1-6 linkages of dextrin to produce glucose. Benefits: The use of Glucoamylase increases digestive capacity. Glucoamylase has optimum activity in an acidic environment, thus being effective in conditions encountered...
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Cellulase

Cellulase enzyme is produced from Trichoderma sp by fermentation. It is a powdered celluloytic enzyme, which finds application in the Neutraceuticals industry for fiber digestion. Benefits: Cellulase, a cellulase enzyme is widely used in the Neutraceuticals industry to degrade cellulose. Cellulose is probably the most abundant biological compound on earth and...
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Bromelain

Bromelain enzyme is the collective term for enzymes, principally proteolytic enzymes, derived from the ripe and unripe fruit, as well as the stem and leaves of the pineapple plant. Commercial bromelain is typically stem bromelain. Bromelain is mainly comprised of cysteine proteases, with smaller amounts of acid phosphatase, peroxidase, amylase...
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