Cellulase is an unbranched glucose polymer composed of anhydro-D-glucose units linked by 1,4-b-D-glucosade bonds. These glycosidic bonds can be hydrolysed by cellulolytic enzymes. The native structure of the cellulose is composed of crystalline and less organized amorphous regions.
SUKACell is an enzyme preparation obtained from the submerged fermentation of a high cellulase-producing microbial strain. It is widely used in feed, textile, wastewater treatment and paper making industries.
The 1,4-b-D-glucosidic linkages in cellulose, lichenin and cereal b-D glucans are hydrolyzed to release free glucose units through the successive action of cellulase enzymes.
The less organized amorphous region at the center of the cellulose chain is initially attacked by endoglucanase by random cutting of the b-1,4 glycosidic linkages within the chain thereby producing cello-oligosaccharides. Cellobiohydrolases I and II act on the cello-oligosaccharides from the reducing end and non-reducing end of the cello-oligosaccharides to release cellobiose. b-glucosidase act on the released cellobiose to produce b-D glucose units.
SUKACell provides maximal benefit at pH 4.8 - 5.2 and at the temperature of 55 - 60u00b0C (131 - 140u00b0F).
SUKACell is available in liquid preparation as:
SUKACell LQ10 (with enzyme activity of 10,000 U/mL)
SUKACell LQ20 (with enzyme activity of 20,000 U/mL)
The main business scope of our company:
Six series industry of biology: biological enzyme for pulp and paper making, organism products for aquaculture industry, biological fungus for wastewater and garbage treatment, Textile enzyme preparation, animal feed additive, biological fertilizer.