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It is a fungal Glucoamylase enzyme derived from a selected strain of Aspergillus niger. The enzyme is a 1, 4- alpha-D-glucan glucohydrolase (E.C. and is commonly referred to as Glucoamylase or Amyloglucosidase. It is an exoamylase that catalyzes the release of successive glucose units from non-reducing ends of dextrin and oligosaccharides chain by hydrolyzing both linear (1, 4-+-D) and branched (1, 6-+-D) glucosidic linkages. BioConvert - ACGA is used to saccharify liquefied starch from various sources such as corn, wheat, milo, sorghum, tapioca, barley, rice & potatoes. The resultant products are glucose rich syrups.

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