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ANGEL α-CYCLODEXTRIN GLUCANOTRANSFERASE

ANGEL α-Cyclodextrin glucanotransferase is a cyclodextrin glucanotransferase preparation, manufactured by a unique fermentation process using a selected strain belonging to Peanibacillus macerans.

CHARACTERISTICS

  1. Brown liquid.
  2. Optimum Temperature: 40~50℃.
  3. Optimum pH: 5.0~6.0.

MECHANISM

ANGEL α-Cyclodextrin glucanotransferase catalyzes the conversion of starch or other α-1,4-glucans to cyclodextrin.

APPLICATIONS

ANGEL α-Cyclodextrin glucanotransferase is a biocatalyst: catalyzes the conversion of starch to cyclodextrin; has a unique role in VC carbohydrate derivatives、coupling sugar biosynthesis and modification of stevia.

USAGE

α-Cyclodextrin glucanotransferase can be used for starch liquefaction and conversion of liquefied slurry to produced CDs.We recommend an addition of about 5 units/g of dry starch for liquefaction at 70℃with a 15% starch slurry, then use 5 unitsα-Cyclodextrin glucanotransferase per gram of dry starch at 30℃for 20hr.

SPECIFICATIONS

25U/ml (liquid)

25kg/Barrel; 200kg/ Barrel

STORAGE

The liquid product should be kept between 4℃and 10℃, the declared activity is maintained for at least 3 months.

PRECAUTIONS

  1. the enzyme preparation is a biological product which contains large amounts of protein. The dust may cause allergy when inhaled. Please take precautions to avoid direct contact with the product.
  2. In case of contact with the skin or eyes, rinse thoroughly with copious amount of water. Seek medical advice if lung irritation occurs.

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