Amylase from bacillus subtilis

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Amylase from bacillus subtilis is a food additive with the ID of 977028-31-1
Food additive purpose:
enzyme, flavor enhancer, flavoring agent or adjuvant, leavening agent, processing aid
Other names:
amylase, bacillus subtilis, bacillus subtilis amylase.

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