inulase

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inulase

[′in·yə‚lās]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme produced by certain molds that catalyzes the conversion of inulin to levulose.
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Agave syrup is traditionally used in tequila production, and it was hypothesized, based on its composition, that it could be a good substrate for inulinase production.
RSM was applied to optimize the production of inulinase (dependent variable) using yeast extract ([X.
9 [micro]m width, the biochemical tests indicated that the strain RCRI4 is capable to produce amylase, lipase, DNase, inulinase, pectinase, but is not capable to produce other hydrolytic enzymes.
Isolation and characterisation of bacterial strains with inulinase activity.
A inulina tambem pode servir de substrato para o crescimento de micro-organismos que utilizam este polissacarideo na producao de inulinase.
Depolymerization of inulin involves the action of enzymes namely, inulinase.
The human body lacks the enzyme inulinase needed to digest them, so these polymers remain inert in the digestive system.
Molecular modeling and docking of microbial inulinases towards perceptive enzyme-substrate interactions.
cerevisiae JZ1C inulinases function efficiently at the temperature range between 40 and 50[degrees]C 47].