cellobiase


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cellobiase

[‚sel·ō′bī‚ās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that participates in the hydrolysis of cellobiose into glucose.
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4:15 EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE, pH, AND SUBSTRATE CONCENTRATION ON CELLOBIASE ACTIVITY FROM ENZYMES ISOLATED FROM COMMON AND GEORGIA-NATIVE MUSHROOMS **, Mary L.
The b-D-glucosidase or cellobiase convert cellooligosaccharides and cellobiose to glucose (Dienes et al.
Notable substrates and their respective feed enzymes Notable substrates Enzyme Notable Ingredients Protein Protease, peptidase Beans and oilseeds Starch Amylase Grains Lipids Lipase, phospholipase Oilseeds Phytate Phytase Refer to Table 3 Hemicellulose Hemicellulase Pentosans Pentosanase (Xylanase) Rye, wheat (xylose, arabinose) [beta]-Glucan [beta]-Glucanase Barley, oat Mannan Mannanase Soybean, palm, copra Pectin Pectinase Beans Galactan [alpha]-Galactosidase Beans Cellulose(plant Cellulase, cellobiase Forages, brans cell wall) * Combined from Brufau et al.
The cellobiose is hydrolyzed by AY-glucosidase or Cellobiase into individual monosaccharides (Javed et al.