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Creative Enzymes Launched Three Products for Research Use

Creative Enzymes
Posted on: 14 Sep 16
Creative Enzymes Launched Three Products for Research Use

September 13th, 2016--Creative Enzymes, a leading supplier in offering a variety of enzyme services and products for research or academic use, has launched three products for biological fields, including glucoamylase, catalase and pectinase, which now has been familiar to scientists already.


Through years of study and test in labs, scientists in Creative Enzymes can offer high-quality products for research community.



Glucoamylase is fully called as native rhizopus sp. Glucoamylase in Creative Enzymes. It is an enzyme that locates on the brush border of the small intestine with a system named as 4-alpha-D-glucan glucohydrolase. During the reaction of Hydrolysis of terminal (1->4)-linked alpha-D-glucose residues successively from non-reducing ends of the chains with release of beta-D-glucose, this enzyme functions as a catalyst. And this enzyme has a lot of forms, which can rapidly hydrolyse the 1,6-alpha-D-glycosidic bonds, while the next bond in the sequence is 1,4.


Native Aspergillus niger Pectinase

In this article, it is shortened as pectinase. Pectolytic enzyme preparation, which is produced from a selected strain of aspergillus niger, mainly contains pectintranseliminase, polygalacturonase, small amounts of hemicellulases, cellulases and pectinesterase. The nwely-developed product in Creative Enzymes can hydrolyse pectin, which is a basic component of the cell wall. This enzyme can attack methyl-esterified pectin or de-esterified pectin. It acts as a source of pecrinase activity, cellulase activity and hemicellulase activities. In pectin and other galacturonans, pectinase can function as a catalyst of the random hydrolysis of a-(1-4)-Dgalactosiduronic linkages.


Native Aspergillus sp. Catalase

It is researched that the catalase is existing in nearly all living organisms. It is a common enzyme in enzyme field. In living organisms, this enzyme is mainly used as a catalyst for the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen. Advantages of this product in Creative Enzymes are mainly lying in the highest turnover numbers of all enzymes, its wide converting range of molecules of hydrogen of four polypeptide chains. What’s more, the four porphyrin heme groups of this enzyme allow catalase to react with the hydrogen peroxide.


“holding its business phelosophy---offering high-quality and affordable products, Creative Enzymes dedicates to offer high-quality services and products for research and academic use enzymes.” said Dr. Jones, a senior scientist in Creative Enzymes.


Upholding its commitment to delivering high-quality services and products, Creative Enzymes can step into its new era in enzyme manufacturing. 

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Henrry Mo
Creative Enzymes

Last updated on: 14/09/2016

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