pectinase


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pectinase

[′pek·tə‚nās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that catalyzes the transformation of pectin into sugars and galacturonic acid.
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Pectinase activity: The pectinase activity was determined by (Raju and Divakar, 2013) method.
This report studies the global market size of Pectinase for Juices Processing in key regions like North America, Europe, China and Japan, focuses on the consumption of Pectinase for Juices Processing in these regions.
However, pectinase and amylase food carbohydrase are also gaining high traction across various applications.
Cassava pulp was hydrolyzed by a mixture of enzymes (cellulose, pectinase, a-amylase, and glucoamylase) after being gelatinized by boiling for 10 min.
The production strain, main composition and carboxymethyl-cellulase (CMCase) of AC were Acremonium cellulolyticus, glucanase and pectinase, and 7,350 U/g; for TC they were Tricoderma viride, xylanase and glucanase, and 2,720 U/g, respectively.
The formation of a clear zone around the colonies was considered positive (adapted from Rodrigues, 2006); i) production of pectinase: red congo was added to the isolates grown in Mandels and Weber medium rich in citrus pectin (1%).
To try improving extracting efficiency of CGA, cellulase and pectinase were investigated to disrupt the plant cell wall.
Influence of pectinase enzyme Beisol PRO on hemp fibres retting.
The predominant enzyme activity in winemaking enzyme products is pectinase, which sounds simple.
The pathogenicity is due to their ability to degrade the vascular bundle cells of plants through secreting enzyme system including pectinase, cellulase, and protease and so on.
Fermentation by digestive enzymatic reaction utilizing cellulase, protease, pectinase, and lipase can degrade plant cell wall and expose intercellular organelles to assist in extraction of active ingredients.