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    Enzyme Categories

    Synergy Analytical Laboratories Inc. offers high-quality enzymes for application in chemical processes, environmental and waste management, food and beverage production, health and nutrition, household, and daily use, and agricultural. The products are guaranteed to be of great purity and stability, due to our unmatched expertise in research and production.

    For Food & Beverages

    Enzymes are known to enhance food processing in a range of applications, including cheese, vinegar, and wine production; bread leavening; beer brewing, and so on. Enzymes aid in the conservation both energy and resources even while improving overall efficiency in these processes. The use of enzymes has been shown to reduce the amount and toxicity of byproducts and effluents in numerous cases.

    Amylases are used in beer brewing, proteases are employed in cheese manufacture, and lysozymes can aid in bacterial preservation. Hydrolases and oxidoreductases make up most of these enzymes. Our enzyme products are diverse enough to fulfil all your food processing and preservation needs.

    For Chemical & Research

    Enzymes are increasingly being used to replace chemical processes due to their clean and efficient catalytic performance. Enzymes, for example, have exhibited extraordinarily high stereo-specificity in chiral synthesis, which is not seen with chemical catalysts and streamlines the whole synthesis process.

    The traditional chemical industry uses a lot of energy to convert materials into goods and generates a lot of waste and pollutants. Because of their high efficiency and selectivity, enzymes have grown more appealing for such transformations. In commercial scales, many effective examples have been demonstrated. Synergy Analytical Laboratories Inc. offers chemical enzymes for the manufacture of alcohols, acids, and the transformation of aromatic hydrocarbons.

    For Agriculture &Sustainable Energy

    Agriculture, biomass processing, and biofuels manufacturing all benefit from enzymes. In fact, when compared to more traditional chemical processes, some enzymes already have proven to be more successful while causing less environmental damage. Enzymes are increasingly being employed to boost agricultural production, improve biofuel quality, and enable cost-effective biomass conversion.

    Enzymes are increasingly being used in energy exploitation, even though lately rising energy and environmental difficulties have become worldwide challenges. Lipases, for example, accelerate biodiesel reactions, hydrogenases catalyzed biohydrogen synthesis, and oxidoreductases are widely used in waste treatment. Enzymes, on the other hand, have advantages in crop feature modification to tackle global food shortages by raising production or introducing resistance.

    For Pulp & Paper

    The use of xylanase in the pulp industry has gotten a lot of interest recently. This group of enzymes can resist high temperatures and complete reactions quickly. Peroxidases are also expected to breakdown the lignin residue throughout the manufacturing process, providing greater value and reducing biowaste volume. Synergy Analytical Laboratories Inc. provides high-quality enzymes for pulp and paper applications, including xylanases and peroxidases.

    For Leather

    Protease enzymes, particularly trypsin, are commonly used in the leather industry to soften leather and reduce pollution. The use of enzymes helps to achieve clean processes with little or no waste creation. For many years, Creative Enzymes has provided a variety of proteases to the leather industry.

    For Textile

    Enzymes are used in the textile industry to improve the qualities of textiles, such as water absorption and comfort. Cellulases and other enzymes for textile applications are available from us.

    For Household

    To improve the quality of our lives, enzymes have been incorporated in household products. Adding to the detergent, for example, to improve cleaning efficiency. Enzymes are also widely used in personal care products and cosmetics, shampoo, and body care. The gentleness of enzymes on skins and the environment is determined by their protein composition.

    Many products, such as laundry detergents and dish soaps, can benefit from the usage of proteases, amylases, lipases, and even cellulases. Proteases that are active in an alkaline environment or at low temperatures are the latest household cleaning trend. Synergy Analytical Laboratories Inc. offers a variety of high-quality, stable enzymes that may easily be used into a variety of cleaning products.


    Synergy Analytical Laboratories Inc. sells enzyme products for include waste management and animal feed. We can deliver tiny volumes for study as well as large, cost-effective batches of up to 1,000 kg.

    Many clients have proved the use of our enzyme products for biochemical processing and industrial manufacture over the years. From research to development through production, a wide range of goods are available to support each phase of the industrial process. We are convinced that you will find the most appropriate items for your business based on purity, stability, and order size flexibility.

    Environment and Waste Management

    Enzymes are natural catalysts that break down a combination of bigger molecules in a specific order. The growing success rate of their application in bioremediation processes, bolstered by recent advances in enzyme technology, stimulates new environmental protection options.

    Health, Diet, and Nutrition

    Digestion, absorption, metabolism, and energy are all controlled by enzymes. Every cell in our body relies on enzymes, which aid in the digestion of 45 essential nutrients. Supplementing with enzymes in the right doses ensures adequate nourishment. Even the most balanced dietary habits would be useless without enzymes since food cannot be processed and utilized by the body.
    Cat. No. Enzyme Name
    SY_E_10002 Cellulase for baking
    SY_E_10003 Bacterial Hemicellulase enzyme for flour
    SY_E_10004 Acid Cellulase for Textile
    SY_E_10005 Neutral Cellulase for Textile
    SY_E_10006 Native Cellulase from Talaromyces emersonii
    SY_E_10007 Cellulase, thermostable from Clostridium thermocellum, Recombinant
    SY_E_10008 Chitinase from Aspergillus niger
    A food-grade product
    SY_E_10009 Native Streptomyces griseus Chitinase
    For studying the effect of the allosamidin on the regulatory system.
    SY_E_10010 Native Trichoderma viride Chitinase
    For studing a hevein-like protein and a class I chitinase with antifungal activity from leaves of the paper mulberry.
    SY_E_10011 Chitinase from Clostridium thermocellum, Recombinant
    SY_E_10012 Chitinase 18A from Bacillus cereus, Recombinant
    SY_E_10013 Chitinase 18A from Bacillus licheniformis, Recombinant
    SY_E_10014 Chitinase 18A from Clostridium thermocellum, Recombinant
    SY_E_10015 4-Nitrophenyl N,N’-diacetyl-β-D-chitobioside
    A reagent for biochemical assays of chitinases
    SY_E_10016 Chitin azure
    A substrate for photospectrometric assays of chitinases
    SY_E_10017 Native Aspergillus sp. Lipase (API)
    SY_E_10018 Native Chromobacterium viscosum Lipase
    SY_E_10019 Native Human Lipase
    SY_E_10020 Native Porcine Lipase
    SY_E_10021 Native Burkholderia sp. Lipoprotein Lipase
    SY_E_10022 Native Mucor miehei Lipase
    SY_E_10023 Monoglyceride lipase from Human, Recombinant
    SY_E_10024 Native Aspergillus oryzae α-Amylase
    SY_E_10025 Native Bacillus amyloliquefaciens α-Amylase
    SY_E_10026 Native Bacillus licheniformis α-Amylase
    SY_E_10027 Native Human α-Amylase (Human saliva)
    SY_E_10028 Native Human α-Amylase (Human pancreas)
    SY_E_10029 Native Porcine α-Amylase
    SY_E_10030 α-Amylase from Bacillus subtilis, Recombinant
    SY_E_10031 α-Amylase from Bacteroides fragilis, Recombinant
    SY_E_10032 α-Amylase from Escherichia coli, Recombinant
    SY_E_10033 Amylase 13A from Streptococcus mutans, Recombinant
    SY_E_10034 Amylase 126A from Clostridium perfringens, Recombinant
    SY_E_10035 Amylase 57C from Thermotoga maritima, Recombinant
    SY_E_10036 Amylase 13A from Escherichia coli, Recombinant
    SY_E_10037 α-amylase for baking
    SY_E_10038 α-amylase enzyme for liquefaction
    SY_E_10039 Native Barley β-Amylase
    SY_E_10040 Native Sweet potato β-Amylase
    SY_E_10041 β-Amylase from Bacillus cereus, Recombinant
    SY_E_10042 Native Rhizopus sp. Glucoamylase
    SY_E_10043 Native Aspergillus niger Amyloglucosidase
    SY_E_10044 Native Rhizopus sp. Amyloglucosidase
    SY_E_10045 Native Amyloglucosidase from Aspergillus niger (Glycerol Free)
    SY_E_10046 Glucoamylase P from Hormoconis resinae, Recombinant
    SY_E_10047 Glucoamylase 97A from Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron, Recombinant