Instant dry yeast is used for manufacturing steamed bun, steamed roll, bread, pastry, cookies, fried dough twist, twisted cruller and other fermented food. There are many kinds of yeast cloning vectors.It is a single-celled fungus and a natural leavening agent.It is a commonly used eukaryotic receptor cell in gene cloning experiments. Yeast is widely distributed in nature, mainly growing in acidic moist environment containing sugar.
Beta-Nicotinamide Mononucleotide CasNo.: 1094-61-7 is a derivative of niacin - a form of vitamin B3, an essential human nutrient. It is widely involved in multiple biochemical reactions in the human body and is closely related to immunity and metabolism. People have enzymes that can use NMN to produce NAD.
Melatonin CasNo.: 73-31-4 is also known as MEL. Melatonin is naturally produced in the body in response to the perception of light, Melatonin has been used to ease insomnia, combat jet lag, protect cells from free-radical damage, boost the immune system, prevent cancer, and extend life.
Methionine (L-methionine) CasNo.: 59-51-8 is a nutritional supplement as well as an essential amino acid found in food. Methionine is required for normal growth and repair of body tissues; it cannot be made by the body, but must be obtained from the diet; thus, it is considered an “essential” amino acid. There are two types of methionine—L-methionine (which is naturally-occurring) and D-methionine. Each contains the same chemical make-up, but the molecules are mirror images. A mixture of the two is called DL-methionine.
L-Cysteine CasNo.: 52-90-4 is a semi-essential amino acid found naturally in the human body. Abundant in protein-rich foods, L-cysteine is also sold as a dietary supplement (sometimes just called cysteine). Along with the amino acids glutamine and glycine, cysteine is a building block of the powerful antioxidant glutathione. The body can make cysteine from the amino acids methionine and serine, but if these are in short supply, supplementing with L-cysteine can fill the gaps.
Hyaluronic acid CasNo.: 9004-61-9 supplements are made using synthesized forms of a compound that naturally occurs in the body. Classified as a polysaccharide (a type of carbohydrate), hyaluronic acid occurs in high concentrations in the skin, joints, and eyes, where it provides lubrication and sustains tissue hydration. Since hyaluronic acid levels decrease as you get older, hyaluronic acid supplements may help treat or prevent aging-related health conditions.
BCAA/Branched Amino Acid CasNo.: 69430-36-0 are known as the stress amino acids. Thirty percent of the diet should be proteins when the body is under severe stress, because stress causes protein to break down faster. BCAAs have regulatory effects on overall protein metabolism and are required in larger amounts during stress than are other amino acids (and probably proportionately more leucine than either valine or isoleucine). Furthermore, when given as supplements, BCAAs decrease the rate of breakdown and utilization of other amino acids and stimulate protein synthesis.