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Are glucose-oxydases vegan?

Glucose-oxidases are enzymes that play an essential role in breaking down glucose into hydrogen peroxide and gluconic acid. These enzymes are widely used in the food industry to improve the shelf life of products by inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria and fungi. Glucose-oxidases also have potential therapeutic applications due to their ability to produce reactive oxygen species, which can have antimicrobial and anticancer properties. Furthermore, glucose-oxidases are valuable tools in biotechnology, where they are used in biosensors and in the production of various chemicals and biofuels.

Glucose-oxydases is a vegan food ingredient.

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