sucrase


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Synonyms for sucrase

an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of sucrose into glucose and fructose

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Similarly, patients with congenital sucrase deficiency experience an improvement in gastrointestinal symptoms when they avoid sucrose-containing foods.
Paraguariensis on maftase, sucrase and lactase specific activity in the duodenum portion of rat intestine.
The bacterial protease behaves akin to elastase and destroys maltase and sucrase from brush borders (Riepe et al.
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.
In rats, fed ginger (50 mg% for 8 weeks) enhanced pancreatic lipase activity was found (Platel and Srinivasan, 2000) and also enhanced intestinal lipase, disaccharidases, sucrase and maltase activities (Platel and Srinivasan, 1996).
2013) found that while heat-stress inhibits the activity of sucrase and maltase in the intestinal mucosa of chickens, GABA alleviates this inhibition and this might explain the linear increase in serum glucose by freeze-dried GABA-producer in the present study.
genetic expression of endopeptidases had been reported as early as 17 days in the mouse embryo and continued to increase by 19th day [13,16] It had been reported that using molds , as a probiotic To mice feed had increased brush--border enzyme activities like Sucrase , alkaline phosphatase and lecine amino peptidase [4, 12].
For those whose glucose levels remain unacceptably high despite taking the powdered drink mix, there are encapsulated nutrients that work to specifically block the sucrase and glucosidase digestive enzymes.
2001), who have observed that mangiferin inhibits the vital intestinal enzymes such as sucrase, isomaltase and aldose reductase in rats at higher concentrations.
Then trypsin, lipase, amylase, lactase, sucrase and maltase activities were determined using commercial kits combined with UV-VIS Spectrophotometer (UV1100, MAPADA, Shanghai, China) according to the manufacturer's instructions.
2%) decreased activity of maltase and sucrase as well as increased activity of lactase in the mucosa of the small intestine.
In addition to Busulfex, Orphan Medical currently markets Antizol(R) (fomepizole) Injection, an antidote for ethylene glycol (antifreeze) poisoning; Cystadane(R) (betaine anhydrous for oral solution) for homocystinuria (abnormally high blood levels of homocysteine); and Sucraid(R) (sacrosidase) oral solution for sucrase deficiency (the inability to digest common table sugar).
In addition, tissue samples from the pancreas and the proximal region of the jejunum were also collected to assess the tissue protein content (pancreas and jejunum), and specific activities of digestive enzymes (chymotrypsin amidase, maltase, sucrase, alkaline phosphatise, and lipase).
Ingested carbohydrates are broken down for absorption by the enzymes sucrase, amylase, and glucosidase.
Orphan Medical received approval in April of its New Drug Application (NDA) from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market Sucraid as oral replacement therapy of genetically determined sucrase deficiency, which is part of congenital sucrase isomaltase deficiency (CSID).