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Triacylglycerol Acylhydrolase Lipase Lipolytic Enzyme Powder Cas 9001-62-1

Triacylglycerol Acylhydrolase Lipase Lipolytic Enzyme Powder Cas 9001-62-1

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    Lipolytic Enzyme Powder

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    Triacylglycerol Acylhydrolase Lipase

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    cas 9001-62-1

  • The Product Name
    Iipase
  • The Alias
    Iipoprotease
  • CAS
    9001-62-1
  • Brand
    Kan Ying
  • The Purity
    99%
  • The Period Of Validity
    24 Months
  • Place Of Origin
    India
  • Boiling Point
    309.8±11.0 °C At 760 MmHg
  • Place of Origin
    India
  • Brand Name
    Kan Ying
  • Minimum Order Quantity
    1KG
  • Price
    To discuss
  • Packaging Details
    1KG/25KG
  • Delivery Time
    2
  • Payment Terms
    L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram,Dollars
  • Supply Ability
    2000000

Triacylglycerol Acylhydrolase Lipase Lipolytic Enzyme Powder Cas 9001-62-1

Triacylglycerol Acylhydrolase Lipase Lipodecomposition Enzyme With High Quality And Purity

 

[Product name] lipase

Lipolytic enzyme meaning in Chinese

Lipase, a triacylglyceryl hydrolase, catalyzes the hydrolysis of a natural substrate, lipid, to produce fatty acids, glycerol, and glycerol monoesters or diesters. The basic unit of lipase is only amino acid, usually only one polypeptide chain. Its catalytic activity is determined solely by its protein structure.

【 Main use 】

Used in food industry, paper industry, leather industry, feed industry, pharmaceutical catalytic synthesis, oil and cheese processing, etc.

[Product source]

Lipases are widely found in plants, animals and microorganisms. The most abundant lipase in plants is the seed of oil crops, such as castor seeds and rapeseed. When oil seeds germinate, lipase can play a synergistic role with other enzymes to catalyze the decomposition of oil substances into sugars, providing the necessary nutrients and energy for seeds to take root and germinate. The pancreas and adipose tissue of higher animals contain more lipase in the animal body, and there is a small amount of lipase in the intestinal fluid to supplement the deficiency of pancreatic lipase in fat digestion, and there is a small amount of butyrate glycerolesterase in the gastric juice of carnivorous animals. In animals, various lipases control digestion, absorption, fat reconstruction and lipoprotein metabolism. Lipase is more abundant in bacteria, fungi and yeasts (Pandey et al.). Due to the variety of microorganisms, rapid reproduction, and susceptibility to genetic variation, they have a wider range of P and H action, temperature range and substrate specificity than animals and plants. In addition, lipases from microorganisms are generally secreted extracellular enzymes, and the main fermentation microorganisms include Aspergillus noer and Candida yeast. Therefore, microbial lipase is an important source of lipase for industrial use. Generally, lipase from different sources has different characteristics and is of great significance in theoretical research.

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