invertase ❯  alpha-amylase ❯  beta-glucanase ❯  transglutaminase ❯  pectinase ❯  lipase ❯  glucoamylase ❯  glucoseoxidase ❯ 

glucoseoxidase

Glucoseoxidase ENZIM is an enzyme that catalyzes the oxidation of glucose with molecular oxygen to form hydrogen peroxide and gluconic acid. Glucoseoxidase is a dimeric protein containing flavin adenine dinucleotide (FAD) as a cofactor, a common component of redox reactions.

The enzyme Glucoseoxidase is effectively used in the flour and bakery industry, to improve the quality characteristics of flour and dough.

Application features

  •  ● Dosage depends on raw materials and process.
  •  ● The rate of glucose oxidation depends on the presence of oxygen in the substrate and the concentration of the substrate itself.

 — Form of the preparation: - Dry.

Packaging

 — Package Zip-Lock: 1 kg;
 — Bank plastic 100 g.

Storage conditions

Store at temperatures from -25 °C to + 20 °C in a dry place protected from direct sunlight.

Shelf life

12 months.