glucosidase


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glucosidase

[glü′kō·sə‚dās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that hydrolyzes glucosides.
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This effect probably was contributed by the content of C3G, which is a specific inhibitor of the enzyme glucosidase in the intestine.
Of the fractions, only the acidic cherry and apple polysaccharides demonstrated glucosidase inhibition with values comparable to those of the acarbose control.
It was noted that thexylanase production was decreased when the fermentation temperature was increased from 30o to 40oC, while the production of - glucosidase remained unaffected.
However pioglitazone combination therapy with metformin and alpha glucosidase inhibitors (regimen C and D) revealed lower weight and BMI gain: 0.
Five years passed before a doctor in Devangare, Karnataka, broke the news to the parents that Nidhi was suffering from Pompe, which is caused by mutations in a gene that makes an enzyme called alpha- glucosidase.
Seminal plasma contains several components with different origins such as inhibin B, Anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH), Neutral alpha glucosidase (NAG) and fructose.
Five separate enzyme reactions were performed (a glucosidase, [beta]-glucosidase, [alpha]-galactosidase, [beta]-galactosidase, and acid sphingomyelinase) with 5 separate 2-mm dried blood spots and a cassette of synthetic substrates and internal standards.
Alpha glucosidase is an enzyme involved in the digestion of carbohydrates to smaller monosaccharide particles in the brush border of the small intestine.
Alpha glucosidase inhibitors are suggested to be valuable aids in the treatment of diabetes.
Further, KCC-32 secreted different kind of important enzymes like -Galactosidase, -Galactosidase, - Glucosidase, and -Glucosidase etc.
1981) and favors [beta](1-6) glucosidase localization in humans in the gut wall (Strugala et al.