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Cellulases
Cellulases

Due to their different activities, enzymes take part in many catalytic reactions such as oxidation, reduction, and hydrolysis process. Among all enzymes, cellulases are one of the most important type of enzymes, catalyzing cellulolysis, the decomposition of cellulose and of some related polysaccharides.


Chitinases
Chitinases

Chitinases are enzymes that catalyze the degradation of chitin. They have been detected in many organisms, including bacteria, fungi, plants, invertebrates and vertebrates. Chitinases are broadly classified as endo- and exochitinases. The combination of endo- and exochitinases results in a synergistic increase in the chitinolytic activity. Chitinases are widely used in research and industrial applications. For example, DIS-1010 can be used in food industry for extraction of chitosan or digestion of seafood shells; NATE-0124 has been used in a study to investigate the differential release of high mannose structural isoforms by fungal and bacterial endo-β-N-acetylglucosaminidases. Furthermore, NATE-0124 has also been used in a study to investigate a hevein-like protein and a class I chitinase with antifungal activity from leaves of the paper mulberry.


Lipases
Lipases

Lipase has a long history of being used in food fermentation, such as in the production of yogurt and cheese. Nowadays, lipases are not only involved in various industrial processes but also in diagnostic tools and medical treatments. Creative Enzymes carries a variety of lipases to satisfy the need in industrial manufacturing and biotechnological research.


Proteases
Proteases

Proteases are the enzymes that perform proteolysis; protein catabolism by hydrolysis of peptide bonds. Proteases have evolved multiple times, and different classes of proteases can perform the same reaction by completely different catalytic mechanisms. Proteases can be found in Animalia, Plantae, Fungi, Bacteria, Archaea and viruses. Creative Enzymes is honor to supply a broad range of proteases with multiple functions for various applications in both industrial and research use.


Amylases
Amylases

Amylases are enzymes that catalyze hydrolysis of starch into sugars. Based on different chemical bonds that the enzymes specifically break, amylases present a diversity of structures and functions. Amylases are widely used in food processing and manufacturing, where the enzymes degrade the cell wall and long chain carbohydrates to release other nutrition and enhance the flavor. The enzymes are also used in research to determine specific structures of polysaccharides or to modify properties of cell components.



Enzymes are incredibly efficient and highly specific biological catalysts. All enzymes are recognized of having a high degree of specificity for their substrates. Creative Enzymes focuses on enzymes with the most common applications in both industry and research and developed products of proteases, chitinases, cellulases, lipases, and amylase. Our products include native enzymes of different sources and recombinant enzymes, and are well known for high quality and activity.

The important roles of some common enzymes have been widely recognized. In fact, many consumer products and research activities would not be possible without these enzymes. For example, digestive medicines include proteases, lipases, and amylases, which respectively break down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates to help with absorption of the nutrition. Other examples include enzymes that specially act on biopolymers such as chitinases and cellulases, which contribute significantly to the bioconversion of biomaterial and energy with least environmental impact. With acknowledgement of the important biological functions, many applications have been developed. Enzymes have already been heavily involved in the food industry and are indispensable in many processes including brewing, baking, and flavoring. No need to mention hundreds of enzymatic tools that are used in studies of molecular biology and biochemistry, which lead to key discoveries in therapeutics.

Enzymes in the same subclass may have different modes of action. For example, amylases have three types which are distinguished by the site of hydrolysis. In addition, enzymes with the same catalytic activities may have different specificity on their substrates. The large number of enzymes offers options, but also brings confusion in choices. With focuses on maximizing the benefits and powers of these important enzymes, we offer various enzymes from different origins, including bacteria, plants, fungi, and animals, which gives a collection of options for industrial scientists and researchers. We also provide professional opinions and knowledges on choosing the most suitable enzyme for specific use. Enzyme engineering also made great contribution to modifications of native enzymes, which brings even more choices for special enzymes. At Creative Enzymes, all these native and recombinant enzyme products are of high quality and activity. The professional guidance will lead you to the proper products.

Creative Enzymes is engaged in customer satisfaction. We can additionally customize enzymes for your unique requirements. With the rich product portfolio, we will serve your research and development to the optimal success. Contact us for our featured products now!

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