Exploring Natural Enzymes and Proteins

Welcome to the Bioseutica® Blog, your premier resource for comprehensive articles on natural enzymes and proteins. Dive into the science behind these essential components, extracted from natural sources like the pancreas and eggs. Discover their applications and the multitude of benefits they offer across various industries.

Unveiling the Science of Natural Enzymes

Our blog discusses extracting and utilizing key enzymes such as muramidase, hydrolase, and protease. Learn how these natural enzymes contribute to health, wellness, and industrial applications and why they are crucial for various processes.

The Power of Proteins from Natural Sources

Explore the fascinating world of proteins derived from natural sources. Understand how proteins extracted from the pancreas and eggs play a vital role in numerous biological and industrial functions. Our articles shed light on the methods and benefits of utilizing these natural proteins.

The Rich History of Bioseutica®

Delve into the intriguing history of Bioseutica®, tracing our origins and evolution. Learn about our journey from the beginning to becoming a leading global enzyme manufacturer. Discover the milestones and achievements that have shaped our commitment to quality and innovation.

Future Developments in Ingredients and Microbiology

Stay informed about the future developments in ingredients and microbiology at Bioseutica®. Our blog covers the latest advancements and research in the field, showcasing how we continue to push the boundaries of science and sustainability. Learn about our innovative approaches and the future of enzyme and protein solutions.

Why Choose Bioseutica®?

Bioseutica® is recognized as a top-tier enzyme manufacturer for the USA and China markets, specializing in producing essential enzymes. Our state-of-the-art production capabilities and stringent adherence to quality standards position us as a leader in the global enzyme market. Dedicated to innovation and sustainability, we provide enzyme solutions that are effective and environmentally friendly. Our services are designed to meet the diverse needs of industries across the globe, ensuring that no matter where you are, you can benefit from the highest quality of enzyme manufacturing available. Trust Bioseutica® to enhance your operations with our expertly crafted enzymatic solutions.

Explore our blog to learn more about natural enzymes and proteins, the history of Bioseutica®, and our commitment to future innovations in microbiology. Join us as we lead the way in quality, sustainability, and scientific excellence.

Lysozyme, an introduction

The story of its discovery by Alexander Fleming is one of serendipity. For Fleming, it was not the fall of an apple, but that of mucous landing in a bacterial culture that revealed the efficacy of Lysozyme in rupturing the cell wall of bacteria. It is this powerful bacteriolytic effect that led to its naming.

More than an anti-microbial

Much loved Lysozyme

Those that make their way past the shell are met with the bacteriolytic action that its discoverer, Alexander Fleming, first called ‘remarkable’ over 100 years ago. Much work followed to build on these earliest observations, yielding the applications for which Lysozyme is now relied upon.

Not a great lecturer

Fleming’s shyness, his being “not a great lecturer,” as acknowledged by Allison, may partly account for the poor reception received at the first reading of the initial paper describing lysozyme. At this presentation in December 1921 held at the Medical Research Club, an exclusive audience of the leading medical practitioners, no questions were asked1.

Ovotransferrin Supplementation Improves the Iron Absorption: An In Vitro Gastro-Intestinal Model

It is commonly accepted that human lactoferrin is an important component of innate immunity, and can interact with microorganisms by the iron sequestration mechanism and microbial molecules at the intestinal lumen.

Ovotransferrin; not only the egg’s gatekeeper of Iron

The control of iron, its location, and concentration is of utmost importance for the thriving of life on Earth; animals, plants, and micro-organisms. Iron (with the chemical symbol Fe) is the fourth most common element in the Earth’s crust and the most abundant transition metal in the human body.

Technology: New equipment in QC

Its main purpose in QC will be the quantification of individual proteins (e.g. Lysozyme and impurities) in a mixture.

The Trypsin Portfolio: Which One To Pick?

Trypsin SE

Neova Technologies Inc. extracts pancreatic enzymes from government certified porcine sources using multiple processing methods.

Thus ended the collection of tears

The second installment of our 100 Years of Lysozyme series is now live. This week, we discover how the abundance of Lysozyme in eggs was first discovered (hint: it wasn’t in the supermarket) and what this meant for Fleming’s extraction of tears using lemons.

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Fleming was not only a Nobel prize-winning scientific mind, but he also had a real appreciation of art. Quite a capable artist himself, having a watercolor hung by the Royal Society of British Water Colour Artists, Fleming also experimented in the lab with pigment-producing microbes.

Trypsin SE: a protease complex with application for food, medical, and pharmaceutical applications

Trypsin SE finds critical applications in the production of medical food, hydrolysed whey protein, and hypo-allergenic infant formula. In mammals, the constituent enzymes of pancreatin are synthesised as inactive precursors (known as proenzymes or zymogens), protecting and preventing the pancreas from digesting itself.

Trypsin, pancreatic protease with appeal for broad industries

A feature shared across species is its synthesis as an inactive precursor. For mammals, this is trypsinogen, which once secreted from the pancreas is released into the small intestine where it is activated. This property is protective, preventing self-digestion of the pancreas by keeping active trypsin from ever coming into direct contact.

Tryptophan’s journey to the brain

Tryptophan’s journey to the brain; from food to cognition-critical serotonin. Clinical studies have shown improved working memory, reaction to positive information, and alertness for participants taking NA2R® compared to placebo controls.