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A-amylase

Posted By: yimingbiotechnology

Date: Mon, 16 May 2022

Price: $200.00

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Amylase for Sale
A-amylase, or the so-called alpha amylase, is an enzyme that catalyses the hydrolysis of starch into sugars. A-amylase is present in the saliva of humans and some other mammals, where it begins the chemical process of digestion. The alpha amylase enzyme powder, also known as alpha amylase powder, is a non‐GMO, nonhazardous, feed grade and industrial grade enzyme.


Currently, the alpha-amylases are found to be having wide application in food industry, such as baking, brewing, preparation of digestive aids, production of cakes, fruit juices and starch syrups. As one of professional enzyme manufacturing companies in China, Yiming can provide you with different types of amylase enzyme at reasonable prices!


Key Benefits of A-amylase in Bread Baking and Processed-foods
Good thermal stability


Wide application in food processing


Improve the digestibility of fiber in animal feed


Reduce dough viscosity and ease bread staling


Application of A-amylase
A-amylase In Animal Feed
Animal Feed


A-amylase In Bakery Products
Bakery Products


A-amylase In Alcoholic Products
Alcoholic Products


A-amylase In Flavorings
Flavorings


Yiming Amylases are widely used in the processed food industry, such as baking, brewing, the preparation of digestive aids, the production of cakes, fruit juices and starch syrups. Alpha-amylase is widely used in the baking industry. The enzyme can be added to the bread dough to degrade the starch in the flour into smaller dextrins, which are then fermented by yeast. Adding alpha-amylase to the dough can increase the fermentation speed and reduce the viscosity of the dough, thereby improving the volume and texture of the product.


In addition, it will produce extra sugar in the dough, thereby improving the taste, crust color and baking quality of the bread.


In addition to producing possible compounds, alpha amylase also have anti-stale effects in bread baking, and they improve the softness of baked goods and extend the shelf life of these products.


At present, in the bakery business, the thermostable maltase produced by the stearothermophilus stearothermophilus is commercially used.


Amylase can also be used for clarification of beer or fruit juice, or for pretreatment of animal feed to improve fiber digestibility.


Difference between Alpha and Beta Amylase
Both alpha and beta amylases are enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of starch into sugars. Alpha amylase acts at random positions along the starch chain, while beta amylase works from the non-reducing end to promote the decomposition of most sugars. This is the main difference between Alpha amylase and Beta amylase.


If you want to know more about where to buy amylase for baking, please contact us.





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