New York, Apr 27th, 2019 – Creative Enzymes, a leading supplier in enzyme manufacturing, committing to supplying customers enzymes using for life science research and production in various areas, today announced its launch of industrial enzyme production to support all processes from enzyme discovery to commercialization.
Different from traditional small molecules, enzymes are usually produced in live cell culture. Enzyme manufacturing combines various scientific fields such as microbiology, biochemistry and engineering. With 10 years of enzyme production experience, we have created unique enzyme solutions to meet specific needs in the market. In the current stage, we develop and produce specialty enzymes in small and large quantities for a variety of applications such as food and beverage, chemical processing, life sciences and waste management.
Industrial enzymes can be derived from a variety of plant, animal or microbial sources, although most production processes rely on the last one. Microbial enzymes are extracellular, such as proteases and carbohydrates, which account for a large proportion of total sales, or intracellular, such as glucose oxidase. Intracellular enzymes usually remain bound to the cells and must, therefore, be released unless the microorganisms themselves act as catalysts. Although the specific fermentation procedures used by manufacturers vary to some extent, there are still only two main culture methods, solid and deep fermentation.
Most microbial enzymes are produced by aerobic deep fermentation, which provides better control of growth factors than solid-state methods. The recovery and purification techniques discussed are typical techniques for fermenting enzymes, although they are generally applicable to most extraction and refining operations, regardless of whether the source of the enzyme is a plant, animal or microbial source. In particular, it involves the following processes: cell disruption, precipitation and solid-liquid separation, including concentration by ultrafiltration. Complete product specifications can be produced by using a combination of these technologies at different stages of the recycling process.
‘The workflow of enzyme production available in Creative Enzymes includes production efficiency prediction, seamless scaling up from development to manufacturing, technology transfer with documents and experimental data as well as complete solutions for large-scale production,’ said Iva Colter, the marketing director of Creative Enzymes,she also claimed, ‘we are pleased to support your research with tailored solutions.’
About Creative Enzymes
Creative Enzymes, as a customer-oriented enzyme-related company, we are always devoting to provide quality products and considerate services to the customers. With years of experience and in-house experts, Creative Enzymes has become a well-recognized industry leader to support millions of customers worldwide.
Company Name: Creative Enzymes
Contact Person: Iva Colter
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Address:45-1 Ramsey Road
State: New York 11967
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