maltase


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maltase

[′mȯl‚tās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that catalyzes the conversion of maltose to dextrose.
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Effects of TB on the activities of disaccharidase in the intestine of broilers challenged with LPS LPS (0 [micro]g/kg BW) TB (0 mg/kg) TB (500 mg/kg) Duodenum (U/mg prot) Maltase 2.
Studies in infants recovering from enteritis have shown that ingestion of cow's milk protein can cause a marked reduction in lactase, sucrase, and maltase activity (isomaltase activity was not measured), accompanied by histologic changes in jejunal mucosa.
Beaudette said late-onset acid maltase deficiency is so rare there aren't enough people locally to have a viable support group.
Acid maltase deficiency in adults presenting as respiratory failure.
Os resultados desses autores podem estar relacionados ao fato de que a disponibilizacao de uma mistura de dissacarideos com poli ou oligossacarideos facilmente digestiveis para o tecido intestinal do embriao, eleva a atividade de enzimas na borda em escova, especialmente da maltase (UNI et al.
80,81) In some patients, such persistent symptoms may be related to previously unrecognized neuromuscular disorders, including inflammatory myopathies (81-83); hypothyroidism (84); metabolic myopathies (myophosphorylase deficiency, acid maltase deficiency, and mitochondrial myopathy) (80,85,86); myotonic dystrophy (85); spinal muscular atrophy85; or susceptibility to malignant hyperthermia.
In Ebony Maritime Case (48), the European Court of Justice should respond to the question if the seizure of a Maltase cargo being in its way towards Yugoslavia infringing SC resolution was in conformity with the Community law.
Circadian profile of feed consumption and amylase and maltase activities in the juvenile shrimp Farfantepenaeus paulensis.
Meal Time, a plant enzyme supplement meant to maximize the nutrient value of food, contains amylase, protease, lipase, lactase, phytase, cellulase, sucrase and maltase.
Protease (pepsin, trypsin, aminopeptidase) and carbohydrase (amylase, maltase, isomaltase) activities of small (30-40mm SL) carnivorous fish were compared with larger (60-75mm SL) fish raised on a high-protein animal diet and with larger (60-75mm SL) wild-caught fish that had consumed a natural diet.
Different types of amylase (such as lactase, maltase and sucrase) break down different sugar types.
The bacterial protease behaves akin to elastase and destroys maltase and sucrase from brush borders (Riepe et al.