glucoamylase


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glucoamylase

[‚glü·kō′am·ə‚lās]
(food engineering)
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After liquefaction, the corn slurry, now called corn mash, is cooled to approximately 30 C and glucoamylase enzyme is added to complete the breakdown of starch into glucose.
There were four kinds of enzymes in the experiment, named glucoamylase, cellulase, phytase and pectinase.
5 years) with chronic abdominal pain who presented to the gastroenterology clinic at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, the proportion with abnormally low disaccharidase levels in small-intestinal biopsy samples was 37% for lactase, 21% for sucrase, 25% for glucoamylase (which cleaves glucose from maltose or starch), and 8% for palatinase (sucrase-isomaltase).
Another amylase which causes the hydrolysis at non reducing end (exo-amylase) is glucoamylase which produces glucose molecules.
He also takes an enzyme blend of amylase, cellulase, lactase, glucoamylase, alpha-galactosidase and invertase.
Production of ethanol from cassava pulp via fermentation with a surface-engineered yeast strain displaying glucoamylase.
Scientists tested a hydrogen peroxide-producing system composed of hexose oxidase, glucoamylase and starch for the chemical and physical functionalities necessary for successful incorporation into a marine coating.
Production and optimization of amylase and glucoamylase using Aspergillus oryzae under solid state fermentation.
The higher the size was, the stronger the force of glucoamylase production.
2012) Preparation and characterization of graphite nanosheets decorated with Fe3O4 nanoparticles used in the immobilization of glucoamylase.