Transglutaminase is an enzyme that catalyses the formation of isopeptide bonds between proteins.
Transglutaminase is an enzyme that’s found naturally in humans, animals and plants.
It helps to link proteins together.
It catalyze amide bond formation between the γ-carboxamide side-chain group of Gln and primary amines, such as the ε-amino group of Lys 41.
It forms bonds together by forming covalent bonds, which is why it’s commonly called “nature's biological glue”.
Its cross-linking property is widely used in various processes: to manufacture cheese and other dairy products, in meat processing, to produce edible films and to manufacture bakery products.
It’s often used as a food ingredient to bind proteins together, improve food texture or create new products.
It is an enzyme approved for use as a binder to form small cuts of meat into larger serving of meat.
|Appearance:||White to off white color powder|
|Loss on Drying:||5.0%|
|ASSAY:||NLT 10% - 99%|