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an amylase secreted in saliva

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Cloning, sequencing, and expression of the gene encoding extracellular alpha-amylase from Pyrococcus furiosus and biochemical characterization of the recombinant enzyme.
Alpha-amylase inhibitory activity was estimated by following the method of Kwon et al.
Strahle, "Is salivary alpha-amylase an indicator of autonomic nervous system dysregulations in mental disorders?-A review of preliminary findings and the interactions with cortisol," Psychoneuroendocrinology, vol.
Diurnal patterns of salivary alpha-amylase and cortisol secretion in female adolescent tennis players after 16 weeks of training.
Methodological considerations in the use of salivary alpha-amylase as a stress marker in field research.
The alpha-amylase ([alpha]-1,4-glucan-4glucanohydrolases) is a prominent secretory product of the pancreas and salivary gland responsible for the initial step in the hydrolysis of complex carbohydrate to a mixture of oligosaccharides and disaccharides in the intestinal mucosa.
flavus strains for extra cellular alpha-amylase activity," Pakistan Journal of Botany, vol.
The research was recently featured in the prestigious journal Diabetes and concluded that individuals with low levels of a specific salivary protein, alpha-amylase, which is produced by the salivary glands and released in saliva, may cause the body's energy production sources to switch from sugars to fatty acids.
The research was recently featured in the prestigious journal 'Diabetes' and concluded that individuals with low levels of a specific salivary protein, alpha-amylase, which is produced by the salivary glands and is released in saliva, may cause the body's energy production sources to switch from sugars to fatty acids.
Effect of malting procedure and wheat storage conditions on alpha-amylase and protease activities.
In this work optimization parameters for maximum production of alpha-amylase by Penicillium lilacinum IBGE 04 in submerged fermentation were studied.
Alpha-amylase production from catabolite derepressed Bacillus subtilis KCC 103 utilizing sugarcane bagasse hydrolysate.