Light yellow Muramidase Lysozyme Powder Enzyme Feed Additive
Szym-LYS20FO is a powder-type Lysozyme (also called as Muramidase or
N-acetylmuramide glycanohydrlase), derived from egg-white with
total protein 3.4% - 3.5%. Lysozyme is 129 amino acid residues
enzyme (EC 220.127.116.11), which occurs naturally in plant and animal
tissues and in secretions such as tears, saliva and mucus.
Egg-white lysozyme is a stable protein and a typical representative
of the lysozyme class. It functions by catalyzing the hydrolysis of
1,4-β-linkages between N-acetylmuramic acid and
N-acetyl-D-glucosamine residues in peptidoglycans and between
N-acetyl-D-glucosamine residues in chitodextrins.
CAS No. 12650-88-3
EINECS No.: 235-747-3
MW: 14.7 kDa.
|Color||: Light yellow to white|
|Odor||: Normal fermentation odor|
|Loss on drying||:≤8%|
1 unit is that amount of enzyme needed to catalyze a decrease in
absorbance at 450nm of 0.001/min at 25 degrees at pH 6.24 in a 1cm
cuvette due to lysis using a ~0.25mg/mL suspension of Micrococcus
-- Optimum pH: 4-6.5;
-- Optimum temperature: 35 ° C;
The optimum amount of the enzyme must be in accordance with the
Application Field & Efficacy:
-- Used as food preservative in milk, aquatic products, meat, cake,
wine and beverage by restraining the corruption of microorganisms
in these products.
Packaging & Delivery:
25 kg/fiber drum or aluminum bags.
Special packaging is also available on request.
The enzyme activity could keep over 85% for 12 months if stored
under the under favorable storage condition.
Notice: Tighten the lid after each usage to avoid pollution or
-- Keep away from sunlight and rainwater during transportation and
-- Keep in a dry and well-ventilated environment below 25℃.
Enzyme preparations belong to protein, which may induce
sensitization and cause allergic type reactions in sensitized
individuals. Prolonged contact may cause minor irritation for skin,
eyes or mucous membrane of nose, so any direct contiguity with
human body should be avoided. If irritation or allergic response
for skin or eyes develops, consult a doctor.