Transglutaminase, TG Enzyme, Activity 1,000 u/g, Food Grade

Weight: 2.2 lb (1 kg)
Sale price$178.00


Experience the transformative power of Transglutaminase (TG), a natural enzyme widely present in nature, offering unparalleled benefits in the culinary world. TG catalyzes the creation of robust covalent bonds between Lysine and Glutamine amino acid residues in proteins, imparting thermostability and exceptional resilience against physical stress.


CAS No.: 80146-85-6
Other Names:
Protein-Glutamine γ-Glutamyltransferase;
Amine γ-Glutamyltransferase
Activity: 1,000 u/g

Key Features:
  • Catalytic Efficiency: Transglutaminase, with an activity of 1,000 u/g, showcases exceptional enzymatic efficiency, enabling the creation of sturdy and stable bonds within proteins.
  • Enhanced Culinary Precision: Facilitates the creation of uniform portions in culinary preparations, ensuring even cooking, appealing presentation, and reduced wastage.
  • Versatile Binding Agent: Acts as a binding agent in meat mixtures, enabling the creation of sausages without casings, providing a seamless texture and maintaining the integrity of the meat.
  • Improved Meat Combinations: Perfect for amalgamating different meat types, allowing chefs and food processors to create innovative meat combinations with enhanced texture and structure.

  1. Culinary Precision: Ideal for chefs and culinary enthusiasts, aiding in the creation of consistent and visually appealing portions, improving the overall presentation and quality of dishes.
  2. Sausage Production: Used extensively in sausage-making processes, offering the ability to bind meat mixtures effectively without the need for casings, ensuring a cohesive and uniform texture.
  3. Meat Combinations: Applied in the amalgamation of various meat types, allowing for innovative and customized meat blends with improved texture and binding properties.
  4. Food Processing Industry: Utilized in food processing for its binding properties, ensuring structural integrity and uniformity in various processed meat products.

Transglutaminase (TG) is classified by the FDA as a GRAS product.

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