CALB: immobilized recombinant Lipase B from Candida Antarctica
丨 CLAB Profile
CALB is a lipase B derived from Candida antarctica, which is fermented and expressed in Pichia pastoris. It can efficiently catalyze ester synthesis, ester hydrolysis, transesterification, lactone ring-opening polymerization, aminolysis reaction, amide hydrolysis and synthesis and addition reaction in aqueous or organic phase, with strong chiral selectivity and Position selectivity, widely used in oil processing, food, medicine, daily chemical and other industries.
CALB immobilized enzyme is an immobilized enzyme obtained by physical adsorption of CALB on polymethacrylic resin through hydrophobic interaction. It can be applied in aqueous or organic phase reactions to achieve the effect of repeated application, and the number of application is related to the composition of the reaction system. Our CALB immobilized enzyme product code is SZ-PLE-100(CALB)-IMMO.
丨 Application Examples
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