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Q:What are the evaluation indicators for enzyme preparations in the laboratory?

Q:What are the evaluation indicators for enzyme preparations in the laboratory?

A: Enzymes are a type of protein that are sensitive to temperature, pH, and endogenous proteases. The enzymes used in our feeds act in the stomach and intestines, so for the enzymes to play an effective role, they need to be resistant to the high temperature of feed processing. Granular, resistant to gastric acid and endogenous protease. Usually the key evaluation indicators in the experiment include heat resistance, acid resistance, pH adaptability, temperature adaptability, endogenous digestive enzyme resistance, etc.

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