For a long time, the cure for diabetes type 1 and type 2 has relied on agonizing insulin shots for patients or insulin infusion via mechanical pumps. Regarding this, experts have been creating artificial pancreatic beta cells with the he…
Cellulase refers to a group of enzymes which, acting together, hydrolyze cellulose. Cellulose is a linear polysaccharide of glucose residues connected by ß-1,4 linkages. Like chitin it is not cross-linked. Native crystalline cellulose is insoluble and occurs as fibers of densely packed, hydrogen bonded, anhydroglucose chains of 15 to 10,000 glucose units. Its density and complexity make it very resistant to hydrolysis without preliminary chemical or mechanical degradation or swelling. In nature cellulose is usually associated with other polysaccharides such as xylan or lignin. It is the skeletal basis of plant cell walls. Cellulose is the most abundant organic source of food, fuel and chemicals. However, its usefulness is dependent upon its hydrolysis to glucose. Acid and high temperature degradation are unsatisfactory in that the resulting sugars are decomposed; enzymatic degradation (cellulase) is the most effective means of degrading cellulose into useful components. Although cellulases are distributed throughout the biosphere, they are most prevalent in fungal and microbial sources.
Market Segment as follows:
- Animal Feed
- Textile Industry
- Food & Beverages
- ntermatic Incorporated
- Genencor (DuPont)
- AB Enzymes
- Amano Enzyme
- Primalco Ltd
- Zhongrong Technology Corporation Ltd.
- Shandong Longda Bio-Products Co., Ltd
- Sunson Industry Group
The main contents of the report including:
Section 1: Product definition, type and application, global and China market overview;
Section 2: Global and China Market competition by company;
Section 3: Global and China sales revenue, volume and price by type;
Section 4: Global and China sales revenue, volume and price by application;
Section 5: China export and import;
Section 6: Company information, business overview, sales data and product specifications;
Section 7: Industry chain and raw materials;
Section 8: SWOT and Porter's Five Forces;
Section 9: Conclusion.