alcalase

alcalase

an enzyme found in certain laundry detergents. It is a cause of enzymatic detergent asthma.
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2008), and enzyme hydrolysis using alcalase on egg albumen for 180 minutes produced an increase of ACE-inhibitor by 58% (Liu et al.
In this study, plant protein hydrolysates using Alcalase and Flavourzyme were produced via enzymatic hydrolysis method.
Alcalase hydrolysates were the most effective antioxidants as determined by the ABTS assay and by fluorescence photometry.
2006, "Antioxidant and free radicalscavenging activities of wheat germ protein hydrolysates (WGPH) prepared with alcalase," Process Biochemistry.
Out of the experiments results it is evident, that the highest efficiency by the enzyme liquefaction of the amaranth technical flour enzyme Alcalase proved.
The process comprises hydrolyzing said mixture with an enzyme selected from the group consisting of Protease N, Alcalase, Savinase, ChiroCLEC-BL, PS-30, and ChiroCLEC-PC to stereoselectively hydrolyze predominantly one anomer to form a product wherein R.
2004) found that porcine hemoglobin hydrolysates, prepared through hydrolysis by Alcalase followed by Flavourzyme, exhibited high ferrous ion chelating abilities and DPPH radical scavenging activity.
Alcalase and Flavourzyme produced protein hydrolysates with a significantly higher degree of hydrolysis when compared to the other proteases.
Although EC was treated with a-amylase and alcalase, the chemical composition of this feed was not influenced by the enzyme treatment.
Using the protease Alcalase from Novozymes, Mexican scientists produced hydrolysates from fish muscle that could substitute for such functional compounds as bovine serum albumin and sodium caseinate.