carbohydrase


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carbohydrase

[‚kär·bō′hī‚drās]
(biochemistry)
Any enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of disaccharides and more complex carbohydrates.
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Reflecting the above-average growth in specialty enzymes, nucleases and polymerases, along with various other enzyme types, will outpace the more industrially concentrated lipases, carbohydrases and proteases.
Carbohydrase has diverse applications within the food industry, making it the largest type of food enzyme, accounting for almost 70% of the market.
The effect of different carbohydrase and protease supplementation on apparent (ileal and overall) digestibility of nutrients of five hulless barley varieties in young pigs.
Indeed, the additive effect of multiple enzyme preparation with phytase, carbohydrases and proteases has been reported in broiler chickens when fed onto the nutritionally deficient diet.
Exogenous carbohydrase in corn-soy diets for broilers.
This result agrees with Marsman et al [42] who reported that protease and carbohydrase supplementation in diets had no significant influence on the AID of CP.
Gusakov AV, Kondratyeva EG, Sinitsyn AP (2011) Comparison of two methods for assaying reducing sugars in the determination of carbohydrase activities.
Anti-hyperglycemic activity of Centella asiatica is partly mediated by carbohydrase inhibition and glucose-fiber binding.
The effects of using the multi carbohydrase preparation in diets containing canola meal on performance of broiler chickens.
2010) indicated that the combination of carbohydrase and phytase enzymes may serve as an attractive means of facilitating nutrient availability for digestion and thus enhance the feeding value of wheat-soybean meal-based diets containing full-fat rapeseed.

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