• Lactase Enzyme/Beta-Galactosidase

Lactase Enzyme/Beta-Galactosidase



Lactase Enzyme, also known as beta-galactosidase hydrolysis of lactose to produce glucose and galactose. It is the most important digestive enzyme in infants and young children whose main source of nutrition is breast milk/milk powder. The main function of lactase is to digest lactose, hydrolyzed into galactose and glucose that can be absorbed by the body. Insen Lactase also has the transfer function of galactosidase, galactose to lactose generated galactooligosaccharide, as a bacteria-acting factors for the development of functional foods.

1. Beta Galactosidase can be used for the processing of a range of other dairy products such as yogurt, ice cream, desserts,
butter and cheese.
2. Beta Galactosidase can be used as aid digestion agent used in dietary supplements. Moreover, it applies to add in yoghurt SD
yogurt in food processing.
3. Beta Galactosidase can also be used for the production of functional galactooligosaccharides. since the role of the enzyme has
a transglycosylation.

Items Specifications Results
Appearance White powder Confirm
Activity of enzyme 10000 ALU/g min 10010 ALU/g
Physical & Chemical
Particle size Min 80 mesh 100% pass 80 mesh
Loss on drying(% w/w) ≤ 8.0 3.40%
Ash ≤ 50 CFU/g 3..16%
Heavy Metal
Pb ≤ 2ppm Confirm
As ≤ 3ppm Confirm
Microbiological test
Total plate count ≤5000cfu/g 2200cfu/g
Mold and Yeast <100cfu/g 50cfu/g
Coliform ≤30 mpn/100g 10 mpn/100g
E.Coli  Negative Negative
Salmonella Negative Negative
Conclusion Conform with specification