Pharmaceutical Enzymes

Pharmaceutical Enzymes are protein – biological catalysts that speed up chemical reactions in living organisms. These can be used as drugs, which have two important features that distinguish them from all the other types of chemical drugs. First, they bind and act on their targets with great affinity and specificity. And second, they are catalytic in nature converting multiple target molecules to the desired products. These two features make Pharmaceutical Enzymes specific and potent drugs that can accomplish therapeutic biochemistry in the body that small molecules cannot.

Most of these therapeutic enzymes are produced industrially by employing various types of fermentation techniques, using a suitable expression system which includes a microbial strain (bacteria, yeast, fungi, etc), plant or animal cell culture, and genetically engineered organisms. The advancements in the fields of recombinant DNA technology, protein engineering, material science, enzyme immobilization, and nanotechnology has provided an astounding platform for the development of enzymatic drugs that have varied applications in the treatment of a range of diseases.

Pharmaceutical Enzymes are protein – biological catalysts that speed up chemical reactions in living organisms. These can be used as drugs, which have two important features that distinguish them from all the other types of chemical drugs. First, they bind and act on their targets with great affinity and specificity. And second, they are catalytic in nature converting multiple target molecules to the desired products. These two features make Pharmaceutical Enzymes specific and potent drugs that can accomplish therapeutic biochemistry in the body that small molecules cannot.

Most of these therapeutic enzymes are produced industrially by employing various types of fermentation techniques, using a suitable expression system which includes a microbial strain (bacteria, yeast, fungi, etc), plant or animal cell culture, and genetically engineered organisms. The advancements in the fields of recombinant DNA technology, protein engineering, material science, enzyme immobilization, and nanotechnology has provided an astounding platform for the development of enzymatic drugs that have varied applications in the treatment of a range of diseases.

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AMYLASE, DIASTASE AND PEPSIN

This can be used as digestive aids.


Starch And Protein
Digestion

Gastrointestinal
Aid

High Energy
Generation

Starch And Protein Digestion

Gastrointestinal Aid

High Energy Generation

BROMELAIN

It reduces swelling and pain.


Plant Origin

Hydrolysis Of Protein

Infection
Treatment

Plant Origin

Hydrolysis Of Protein

Infection Treatment

PAPAIN

This Proteolytic Enzyme can be used as an anti-inflammatory agent.


Plant Origin

Hydrolysis Of
Protein

Infection Treatment

Plant Origin

Hydrolysis Of Protein

Infection Treatment

LACTASE

This is useful for treating lactose intolerance.


Use In Products For Lactose Intolerant

Increases Availability
Of Vitamin D

Gastrointestinal aid

Use In Products For Lactose Intolerant

Increases Availability Of Vitamin D

Gastrointestinal aid

SERRATIOPEPTIDASE

It removes blood clots in the system.


Anti-Inflammatory

Reduces Edema

Metabolizes Scar Tissues

Anti-Inflammatory

Reduces Edema

Metabolizes Scar Tissues

NATTOKINASE

It can be used as a blood thinner.


Improves
Blood Flow

Reduces Strain
On Heart

Improves Varicose
Veins

Improves Blood Flow

Reduces Strain On Heart

Improves Varicose Veins

LYSOZYME

It acts as an anti-microbial agent.


Antimicrobial
Properties

Alternative To
Chemical Antibiotics

Boost Immunity
System

Antimicrobial Properties

Alternative To Chemical Antibiotics

Boost Immunity System

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solution for your application, get in touch with us and we will be happy to fulfill your
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