glucoamylase

glucoamylase

[‚glü·kō′am·ə‚lās]
(food engineering)
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Cassava pulp was hydrolyzed by a mixture of enzymes (cellulose, pectinase, a-amylase, and glucoamylase) after being gelatinized by boiling for 10 min.
Application of enzymatic analysis with glucoamylase, pronase and cellulase to various feeds for cattle.
Starch degrading hydrolytic enzymes have potential application in starch-based industries including food, pharmaceutical, textile, paper, detergent, beverages and leather industry such as [alpha] amylase, amylase, glucoamylase, etc.
Some of the industrial enzymes unveiled by FIIRO were amylase, cellulase, protease and glucoamylase. Enzymes are generally proteinous substances produced by a living organism used to speed up (catalyse) a chemical reaction process.
Research Scholar submitted her thesis on 'solid state bio-processing for the production of Glucoamylase from Neurospora sitophila 'to the University of Peshawar (UoP).
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.
Amylosubtilin G3X consists of the following enzymes: [alpha]-amylase: 1,000-1,600 U/g, glucoamylase: up to 100 U/g, [beta]-glucanase: up to 500 U/g, cellulase: up to 30 U/g, xylanase: up to 10 U/g, and neutral protease: up to 20 U/g.
Zhao et al., "Preparation and characterization of graphite nanosheets decorated with [Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4] nanoparticles used in the immobilization of glucoamylase," Carbon, vol.
Collagen (Col), glucoamylase (Glu), and catalase (Cat) were bought from Aladdin Reagent Co.
Of 203 children (mean age, 11.5 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).