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Inulinase from Aspergillus niger

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Fructozyme L, Inulase
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Inulinase catalyzes endohydrolysis of β−(2-1)-D-fructosidic linkages in inulin.

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  3. The activity of Product I2017, Inulinase from Aspergillus niger, is given in INU.  What is this?

    The activity as defined by the supplier Novozyme is as follows:  1 Inulase Unit (INU) is the amount of enzyme which produces 1 micromole reducing carbohydrate per minute under the given analytical conditions using inulin as substrate.  The reducing carbohydrate is calculated as glucose.

  4. What are the temperature and pH optima for Product I2017, Inulinase from Aspergillus niger?

    The optimal pH range for I2017 is 4.0 to 5.2, and the optimal temperature range is 50 to 70 °C.

  5. What is the Novozyme Corporation?

    Novozyme is a major manufacturer of industrial and process enzymes.  Their markets are manufacturers of food products, detergents, and beverages.  Since Novozyme usually deals with large quantities of enzymes, Sigma-Aldrich has been authorized to make some of their products available to the research market.

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