Enzymes

Some articles on enzymes:

Sponge And Dough - Purpose
... important things such as activate the different enzymes (protease and amylase) needed to leaven bread ... practices have reduced the naturally-occurring enzymes that grains had in former times, a result of no-longer-used grain-storage processes, so today small amounts of enzymes are routinely added to flour ...
Ligninase
... types of oxidative, extracellular fungal enzymes which catalyze the breakdown of lignin which is commonly found in the cell walls of plants ... Instead of the term ligninase, the term lignin-modifying enzymes (LMEs) should be used, since these enzymes are not hydrolytic but oxidative (electron ... Laccases are more widely distributed enzymes belonging to the multicopper oxidase (MCO) superfamily encompassing all three domains of life (bacteria, archaea, eukarya) ...
Sobrietol
... The list of ingredients includes the enzymes quinoptotein alcohol dehydrogenase (QADH) and quinoprotein aldehyde dehydrogenase (QALDH) from Glucanobacter suboxydans or Acetobacter suboxydans ...
Clarification And Stabilization Of Wine - Clarifying Wine
... Before fermentation, pectin-splitting enzymes and, for white wine, fining agents such as bentonite may be added to the must in order to promote the agglomeration ... Grapes contain natural pectolytic enzymes responsible for softening the grape berries during ripeneing, but these are not active under wine-making conditions (due to pH level, SO2, and ...
Lay's/Archive1 - Animal Origin Enzymes
... market may contain rennet or pork enzymes that are added in cheese production ... Snacks marked "kosher" are free of animal enzymes ...