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Acid Protease
Acid Protease is an enzyme used to break down proteins by hydrolyzing peptide bonds under acidic pH.

Alkaline protease
AlkalineProtease is an enzyme used to break down proteins by hydrolyzing peptide bonds under alkaline pH.

Beta amylase
Beta amylase is a form of amylase working from the non-reducing end, catalyzes the hydrolysis of the second α-1,4 glycosidic bond, cleaving off two glucose units (maltose) at a time.

Cellulase endo
Endo cellulase randomly cleaves internal bonds at amorphous sites of cellulose that create new chain ends.

Cellulase Exo
Exocellulase cleaves two to four units from the ends of the exposed chains of cellulose produced by endocellulase, resulting in the tetrasaccharides or disaccharides, such as cellobiose.

Dextranases catalyze the endohydrolysis of 1,6-[[alpha]]-glucosidic linkages in dextran.

Glucoamylase is an enzyme preparation which decomposes starch into glucose by tearing-off glucose units from the non-reduced end of the polysaccharide chain.

An undefined mixture of glycolytic enzymes usually containing xylanase, mananase and other activities.

Inulinase catalyzes endohydrolysis of β−(2-1)-D-fructosidic linkages in inulin.

Invertase hydrolyzes sucrose into glucose and fructose1,2 yielding a colorless product, unlike acid hydrolysis which produces colored products

Lipases catalyze the hydrolysis of triacylglycerols into glycerol and free fatty acids.

Pectinase is a undefined mixture of enzymes such as pectolyase, pectozyme and polygalacturonase, commonly referred to as pectic enzymes. These enzymes break down pectin, a polysaccharide substrate that is found in the cell walls of plants.

Phytase is enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of phytic acid (myo-inositol hexakisphosphate), an indigestible, organic form of phosphorus that is found in grains and oil seeds and releases a usable form of inorganic phosphorus.

Pullulanase is debranching enzyme obtained from a selected fungal strain, and belongs to the group of debranching enzymes known as pullulanase.

Xylanase is an enzyme which hydrolyses xylan and releases reducing sugars as xylose equlilants.

Enzyme Activity Source
Alpha Amylase 10000-20000 IU/g Fungal
Acid protease 50000-100000 IU/g Fungal/Bacterial
Alkaline protease 80000-200000 IU/g Fungal/Bacterial
Beta Amylase 200000-500000 IU/g Barley/Fungal
Cellulase exo 60000-120000 IU/g Fungal
Cellulase endo 150000-300000 IU/g Fungal
Dextranase 100-150 IU/g Fungal
Glucoamyalse 100000-150000 IU/g Fungal
Hemicellulase 4000-8000 IU/g Fungal
Invertase 50000-100000 IU/g Fungal
Inulinase 4000-10000 IU/g Fungal
Lipase 15-25 IU/g Fungal
Pectinase 15000-25000 IU/g Fungal
Phytase 2500-5000 IU/g Fungal
Pullalanase 5000-10000 IU/g Fungal
Xylanase 4000-10000 IU/g Fungal