Bestzyme - the enzyme expert on your side. Rooted in our independent research and development capabilities in synthetic biology, Bestzyme has always taken "make the best enzyme in the world" as our mission, and continues to provide high quality and innovative enzyme products to customers. We offer a wide range of single and compound enzyme products, which can be applied in various industries such as feed, bio-enthanol, starch, textile and food. No matter where you are, Bestzyme will work with you to create a better life with enzymes.
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Bestzyme Bio-Engineering Co., Ltd. is a subsidiary of Genscript Biotech Corporation, focusing on research, development, manufacturing of enzyme products and application know-how in food, beverage, bio-enthanol, textile and animal feed industries. By leveraging strong gene synthesis and protein engineering capability of Genscript, Bestzyme has grown to become an expert in new enzyme discovery and production to meet market demands with high-quality products and continuous innovation. We aim to provide the highest quality and innovative products to support our customers in different industries globally. We, at Bestzyme settle for nothing but the best by working hand in hand with industry partners globally for constant improvement and solutions to daily challenges.
Study on the Application of Protease in Food Industry
The role of protease in meat productsThe content of muscle fiber protein and collagen in meat is the main reason that affects the tenderness of meat. After the animal is slaughtered, protease acts on ...Learn More
An Introduction of Catalase
Catalase is a new and functional enzyme preparation. Catalase is widely distributed in the biological world, almost from animals to plants, and even from humans to single-celled organisms. Catalase is...Learn More
Unveil the Mysterious Pectinase
The appearance of pectinase is light yellow powder, and it is called one of the four major enzyme preparations. In fact, pectinase does not specifically refer to a certain enzyme, but a general term f...Learn More