Description: Invertase is a type of sucrase. It is known to occur in plants and some micro-organisms, and in school science experiments it can be used as a substitute for the human digestive form of sucrase that is found in the small intestine. This enzyme hydrolyses (breaks down) sucrose into glucose and fructose
- This product is sourced from Saccharomyces cerevisiae
- Refrigerate upon arrival
- When working out the concentration required, start from the basis of our enzymes being "100%"