Enzymes, such as proteases, lipases, amylases and cellulases, are highly
efficient at breaking down tough-to-remove stains and are commonly added
to household detergents to improve their performance. As well as
producing the cleaning results consumer...
Global demand for animal protein continues to increase due to population
growth and lifestyle changes in developing economies. To improve the
efficiency of meat production, enzymes, such as cellulose, β-glucanases,
xylanases, proteases, lipases and g...
Enzymes are a special kind of protein found in cells of living
organisms. They’re made up of long chains of amino acids held together
by peptide bonds. No two types of enzymes have the same amino acid
structure, and each enzyme has its own unique sha...
In this blog post I continue to discuss the selection criteria for
discrete analyzers. To learn what a discreet analyzer is and how it
works, read my previous blog post. Discrete analyzers consist of four
components: a photometer with a specific numb...
Discrete analyzers offer flexibility and ease of use, as well as a
unique opportunity to automate time-consuming and labor-intensive wet
chemical analysis. When conducting multiparameter analysis for wine,
malt, beer, food and beverage, environmental...