LIPASE CATALOGUE NUMBER : 300-50 SIZE: 10 x 10 mL + 1 x 35 mL 300-53 5 x 30 mL + 1 x 50 mL INTENDED USE For the IN VITRO quantitative measurement of lipase activity in serum.
Re: GRAS Notification for Lipase Derived from Candida rugosa Lipase from Candida rugosa
Grasas y Aceites Vol. 49. Fase. 5-6 (1998), 411-414 411 Lipase - Catalyzed glycerolysis of sunflower oil to produce partial glycerides By F.A. Zaher, Saadia M. Aly and O.S. El-Kinawy Fats and Oils Dept., National Research Centre, Dokki, Cairo, Egypt.
0 April 25, 2000 Linda S. Kahl, Ph.D. Regulatory Policy Branch, HFS-206 Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition Food and Drug Administration 200 C Street, S.W. Washington, D.C. 20204 Dear Dr. Kahl, We are hereby submitting, in triplicate, a generally recognized as safe (GRAS) notification ...
Biotechnol. Appl. Biochem. (2003) 37 , 63-71 (Printed in Great Britain) 63 REVIEW Lipase assays for conventional and molecular screening: an overview Rani Gupta 1, Pooja Rathi, Namita Guptaand Sapna Bradoo 2 Department of Microbiology, University of Delhi South Campus, Benito Juarez Road, New ...
Lipase-Catalyzed Production of Biodiesel I Lloyd A. Nelson, Thomas A. Foglia*, and William N. Marmer USDA, ARS, ERRC, Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania 19038 ABSTRACT: Lipases were screened for their ability to transes-terify triglycerides with short-chain alcohols to alkyl esters.
Lipase: The Missing Enzyme Lipase : Fats are the most difficult component of the diet to digest. Fatty foods cause more indigestion than proteins or starches.
Use of lipase in textile industry Lipases are used in the textile industry to assist in the removal of size lubricants, in order to provide a fabric with greater absorbency for improved levelness in dyeing.
ON THE ACTION OF LIPASE. BY ALONZO ENGLEBERT TAYLOR, (From the Hearst Laboratory of Pathology, University of California.) (Received for publication, March IO, 1906.)
1 LIPASE COLOR INTENDED USE For the quantitative measurement of pancreatic lipase activity in serum or plasma. SUMMARY Pancreatic lipase in serum or plasma is closely associated with pancreatic diseases.