Acid Protease

Acid Protease

Any of a number of protein-hydrolysing agents—e.g., endopeptidases or exopeptidases—including those produced by fungi—e.g., Aspergillus oryzae—which are used in manufacturing flour and soy products.
References in periodicals archive ?
Tables (8), (9) showed The significant increase in neutral protease specific activity [U/gm] before and after 3 months storage according types in all stores due to long storage period caused the protein to consumption and digested by the protease which break it down into smaller amino acid protease breaks peptide bonds and hydrolyze the protein and form a bulky cluster of enzymes the high increased in protease enzyme in all types of wheat which is an indicator of increased the risk of fungal infection they employ the enzyme to break down protein and provide the energy required for growth.
APS protease is an acid protease enzyme produced by fermentation of a selected strain of Aspergillus niger and can be used in starch-to-fuel ethanol operations to hydrolyze proteins to amino acids under low pH conditions.
1980, "Studies on the distribution of acid protease in primates lungs and other tissues by DEAE chromatography," The J.
A report in Annals of Neurology (2000;47:399-403) points to the intracellular acid protease cathepsin D (catD) as an important risk factor for Alzheimer's disease.
The genus Pseudomonas is well known for its production of both alkaline and acid proteases (KOKA; WEIMER, 2000).
A comparison of recombinant chymosin with other acid proteases reveals the high degree of structural similarity with other members of this family of proteins as well as the subtle differences that make chymosin unique.
com/research/dad441/aspartic_acid_prot) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Aspartic Acid Proteases as Therapeutic Targets" to their offering.
In this ground-breaking practical reference, the family of aspartic acid proteases is described from a drug developer's perspective.
Aspartic Acid Proteases, Structure, Function and Inhibition