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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These enzymes, such as avicelase, CMCase, xylanase and cellobiase, account for the primary reactants on dietary carbohydrates and proteins (Santra et al.
2 M phosphate buffer solution) for cellobiase, respectively.
Although increased avicelase enzyme was observed, the other three fibrolytic enzymes, CMCase, xylanase and cellobiase, were decreased.