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any of a group of proteins found in saliva and pancreatic juice and parts of plants

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Finally, the residue was incubated with amyloglucosidase at a temperature of 60[degrees]C for 30 min.
Amyloglucosidase was capable of hydrolyzing starches from various botanical sources to produce a porous structure that absorbed and delivered liquid oil into a dry system for bake-only nugget applications.
Dietary fiber was determined by using dried and degreased pollen, with an enzymatic treatment of a-amylase, protease and amyloglucosidase.
02% sodium azide, amyloglucosidase (4U/mL, Sigma Aldrich[R] A 7255), [alpha]-amylase (300U/mL, Sigma Aldrich[R] A-3176), and pepsin (500U/mL, Sigma Aldrich[R] P-7012).
The aim of this work was to produce brandy from cassava peel, through the processes of enzymatic hydrolysis using commercial enzymes (a-amylase, amyloglucosidase and xylanase), with the aid of the alcoholic fermentation of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and distillation.
5% amyloglucosidase and color development using Trinder reagent (Biotron Diagnostics Inc.
Amyloglucosidase (exo-1-4-[alpha]-D-glucan glucano hydrolase,(EC 3.
Those proteins were amyloglucosidase from Aspergillus niger (89/70 kDa; pI 3.
Introduction; Notes to the reader; Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives, 59th Meeting, Geneva, 4-13 June 2002; Section A: Principles governing the establishment and revision of specifications; Section B: Specifications of certain food additives (uses other than as flavouring agents); Alitame; Amyloglucosidase from Aspergillus niger, var.
Brewers discovered that an enzyme called amyloglucosidase could render all the dextrins (fermentable sugars) in beer completely fermentabele The result reduced the beer's carbohydrate content (calories) by using all the sugars, but also raised its alcohol content slightly above that of regular beer in addition, a byproduct of using the enzyme is that it caused the alcohol to be more easily absorbed into the bloodstream.
First, they quickly hydrolyzed the fiber with hot, mild acid; then they quickly cooled it and added a mixture of cellulase and amyloglucosidase enzymes before further hydrolysis.
Solutions were cleaned with insoluble PVP and were converted to glucose using amyloglucosidase (Boehringer Mannheim, Indianapolis, Indiana) and amylase (Sigma Chemical Company, St.
The principle of this test was to hydrolyze the glycogen with amyloglucosidase and to quantify the resulting glucose with a standard serum glucose assay that employs glucose oxidase and measures a redox change.