amylo-1,6-glucosidase

am·y·lo-1,6-glu·co·si·dase

(am'i-lō-glū-kō'si-dās),
An enzyme hydrolyzing α-d-1,6 links (branch points) in chains of 1,4-linked α-d-glucose residues, hence the term debranching enzyme or factor; deficiency causes type III glycogenosis.
Synonym(s): dextrin 6-α-d-glucosidase

amylo-1,6-glucosidase

/am·y·lo-1,6-glu·co·si·dase/ (am″ĭ-lo-gloo-ko´sĭ-dās) a hydrolase that catalyzes the cleavage of terminal α-1,6-glucoside linkages in glycogen and similar molecules; deficiency causes glycogen storage disease, type III.