disaccharidase

NOUN
  1. an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of disaccharides into monosaccharides
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  • There are three important disaccharidase enzymes: maltase maltose    → glucose  sucrase sucrose    → glucose + fructose  lactase lactose  → glucose + galactose The disaccharidase enzymes are unusual in that they are located in the membrane of the ileum epithelial cells. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • Dietary coriander and onion prominently stimulated the activities of the disaccharidases sucrase, lactase and maltase of intestinal mucosa.
  • There are three important disaccharidase enzymes: maltase maltose    → glucose  sucrase sucrose    → glucose + fructose  lactase lactose  → glucose + galactose The disaccharidase enzymes are unusual in that they are located in the membrane of the ileum epithelial cells. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • The latter are converted to monosaccharides by intestinal saccharidases, including maltases that hydrolyze di- and trisaccharides, and the more specific disaccharidases, sucrase, lactase, and trehalase.
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