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Haliatase is derived from the hepatopanchreas of cultured red abalone (Haliotis rufescens). It´s a multi-enzymatic system capable of degrading the cell walls of seaweeds by hydrolyzing most of their polysaccharides components.
This multi-enzymatic system consisting of alginate lyase, amylase, cellulase, laminarinase, agarase and fucosidase is often used for the isolation of protoplasts from Rhodophytes, Phaephytes and in some occasions for Chlorophytes. For better results it must be combined with cellulases and pectinases derived from Trichoderma sp., Aspergillus sp. and Rhizopus sp.
The solution is composed by a mixture of Alginate lyase, Amylase, Cellulase, Laminarinase, Agarase and Fucosidase enzymes.
|Application||Seaweed protoplasts isolation and for complex polysaccharides hydrolysis|
|Storage Temperature||-20 °C|
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