Conversion of sucrose to isomaltulose by microbial glucosyltransferase
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Screening of glucosyltransferase-producing microorganism was performed and one strain ofKlebsiella sp., produced intracellular enzyme. The enzyme was purified and characterized. Maximum conversion of sucrose to palatinose was 86% at 25 C.
KeywordsEnzyme Sucrose Organic Chemistry Bioorganic Chemistry Maximum Conversion
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