Enzymes used in dairy industries

  title={Enzymes used in dairy industries},
  author={Qureshi Mehar Afroz and K. Khan and Uprit Pervez Ahmed},
  • Qureshi Mehar Afroz, K. Khan, Uprit Pervez Ahmed
  • Published 2015
An enzyme is a protein formed by the body that acts as a catalyst to cause a certain desried reaction. Enzymes are very specific. Each enzyme is designed to initiate a specific response with a specific result. There are many enzymes in the human body. In cystic fibrosis, the term enzyme generally refers to the enzymes created by the pancreas that are intended to initate a reaction that digests food. Dairy enzymes are enzymes used for the production of cheese and yoghurt as well as other milk… CONTINUE READING


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