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sucrase

[′sü‚krās]
(biochemistry)
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Paraguariensis on maftase, sucrase and lactase specific activity in the duodenum portion of rat intestine.
25) After a sucrose challenge, the effects of sucrase inhibition have been shown to be wide-ranging from suppressing increases in blood glucose to preventing the initiation of lipogenic enzyme activity.
More recently, however, we found that La stimulated the activities of urease, acid phosphatase, and sucrase in the same soil to various degrees and inhibitory effects of La could not be observed up to 600 mg La/kg dry soil (Chu et al.
Later in 1994, Hun-Opfer and Mata-Segreda reported the inhibitory action of the extract on the ex-vivo hydrolytic activity of duodenal membrane-bound sucrase from albino rats, though no inhibition was observed on membrane-bound alkaline phosphatase, thus suggesting a specific interaction of the polysaccharide in the extract and the disaccharase.
The example of passerines in the Sturnidae-Muscicapidae line, which lack the enzyme sucrase (Martinez del Rio and Stevens 1989) and behaviorally avoid sucrose (Martinez del Rio et al.
Catalase, Sucrase, Urase and alkaline Phosphatase for 2nd year.
These nonabsorbable disaccharides are hydrolyzed to absorbable monosaccharides by disaccharidase enzymes present in the small-intestinal mucosa: lactase, sucrase, maltase, and isomaltose, respectively.
16], demonstrated that olive oil and high-oleic sunflower oil-fed animals had the lowest activities of Sucrase and maltase, while alkaline phosphatase activity only was decreased in high-oleic sunflower oil-fed animals, which is incompatible with our research results.