Toxicological studies on Lactose Oxidase from Microdochium nivale expressed in Fusarium venenatum.

@article{Ahmad2004ToxicologicalSO,
  title={Toxicological studies on Lactose Oxidase from Microdochium nivale expressed in Fusarium venenatum.},
  author={Shadid K. Ahmad and Ditte Sidelmann Brinch and Esben Peter Friis and P B Pedersen},
  journal={Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP},
  year={2004},
  volume={39 3},
  pages={256-70}
}
A new carbohydrate oxidase, Lactose Oxidase, with high specificity of oxidizing the disaccharide lactose to lactobionic acid has been found. This enzyme opens up for a variety of applications. A programme of toxicological studies was conducted to establish the safety of Lactose Oxidase to be used as a processing aid in the food industry. The enzyme used in this study was produced by a submerged fermentation of Fusarium venenatum and contained a gene code from Microdochium nivale. Oral… CONTINUE READING

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