- Proteases, sometimes called peptidases or proteinases, are a class of enzymes that break down proteins into shorter polypeptide chains or into their constituent amino acids.
- Proteases are widely used commercially as a part of laundry detergents and as a food tenderizer.
- In the wild, when secreted by bacteria and fungi, they play an important role in the recycling of carbon and nitrogen.
- This protease originates from a bacterial source and is effective on a wide range of proteins.
- 100ml per bottle.
Bacterial Protease, Liquid, 100ml