|Place of Origin:||Henan,China|
|Other Names:||Oxidation of glucose enzyme|
|Appearance:||White To Light Yellow Powder|
|Shelf Life:||2 years|
|Loss of drying:||>9%|
|Selling Units:||Single item|
|Single package size:||15X5X25 cm|
|Single gross weight:||1.015 KG|
Introduction of glucose oxidase
The glucose oxidase ( CAS No.: 9001-37-0 )enzyme (GOx) (EC 22.214.171.124) binds to beta-D-glucopyranose (a hemiacetal form of the six-carbon sugar glucose) and aids in breaking the sugar down into its metabolites. GOx is a dimeric protein that catalyzes the oxidation of beta-D-glucose into D-glucono-1,5-lactone, which then hydrolyzes to gluconic acid.
Glucose oxidase can be converted into glucose by the presence of oxygen in the presence of oxygen, and hydrogen peroxide. So as to enhance the strength of gluten. To improve dough extension and increase the volume of bread.In the production of noodles, glucose oxidase is a good protein network structure, which can increase the strength of the noodles.
Role of glucose oxidase in medical diagnosis
A reagent for blood sugar content measurement.Role of glucose oxidase in the preservation of animal products Preservation of precious products, non-toxic and no residue, increase the taste of fresh.
Role of glucose oxidase in animal breeding
Remove the body,especially intestinal pathogenic factor, intestinal environment optimization, improve appetite , increase feed intake and replace antibiotics and probiotics. Protect the immune system,enhance the function of the liver, reduce the drug residues in animals, improve the quality of theanimal products.
Role of glucose oxidase in the prevention and treatment of animal diseases
It can quickly relieve the toxin, especially the mould toxin. As a doctor, to profit, health products use in aquaculture , significant benefits.
(1)Used in flour, glucose oxidase can add noodles strength;
(2)In medical diagnosis as the test reagent of blood sugar content;
(3)The antisepsis effect on glucose oxidase in animal products
(4)It can prevention and control the animal disease