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Synonyms for sucrase

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

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where Inv, Pro, Ure, AcP, and Cat represent the activity of sucrase, proteinase, urease, acid phosphatase, and catalase respectively (Johnson and Temple 1964).
Furthermore, the activity of sucrase or maltase in jejunum as well as amylase or trypsin in pancreas was not affected by lipase addition in the current study.
[49.] Vasseur M, Van MG, Alvarado F (1984) Mecanismes moleculaires d'activation et d'inhibition de la sucrase intestinale par les cations alcalins et par les protons.
Similarly, people with congenital sucrase deficiency experience an improvement in gastrointestinal symptoms when they avoid sucrose-containing foods.
The intent of this study was to evaluate the effect of diets containing wheat or rice brans with or without phytase on production performance, intestinal activity of amylase, sucrase, and maltase and the mRNA expression of SGLT-1 in layers.
Inoue, "L-arabinose selectively inhibits intestinal sucrase in an uncompetitive manner and suppresses glycemic response after sucrose ingestion in animals," Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental, vol.
An example of this is congenital lactase deficiency, in which there are normal levels of maltase and sucrase with reduced lactase.
Ashford et al., "Molecular characterisation of a candidate gut sucrase in the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum," Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, vol.
It might be through an inhibition of acetic acid on the activity of disaccharide enzymes such as sucrase, maltase, trehalase, and lactase in small intestine [24], as well as amylases [22, 25].
Taminiau et al., "Intestinal sucrase as a novel target contributing to the regulation of glycemia by prebiotics," PLoS ONE, vol.
The enzyme sucrase is necessary to breakdown sucrose molecule into glucose and fructose in bacterial cells.
[9,48] Platel and Srinivasan [49] observed that curcumin enhanced the activity of intestinal lipase, sucrase, and maltase.
The activity of urease, invertase, cellulose, catalase and sucrase was determined using the phenol sodium colourimetric method, nitro salicylic acid colourimetric method, anthraquinone colourimetric method, potassium permanganate titration, and 3.5-Dinitrosalicylic acid colorimetric method, respectively.
It does this by inhibiting the activity of sucrase, the name given to a number of enzymes that convert sucrose to fructose and glucose.
Invertase is an enzyme capable for sucrose hydrolysis to glucose and fructose, commonly called as sucrase [28].