glycosidases

gly·cos·i·das·es

(glī-kō-sīd-ās'ez),
A class of hydrolytic enzymes that act on glycosides; α-glycosidases act on α-glycosidic linkages (for example, α-amylase) whereas β-glycosidases act on β-glycosidic linkages (for example, β-glucosidase). They can be further divided into those enzymes that act on O-glycosyl, N-glycosyl, or S-glycosyl compounds.
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Effects of abiotic factors (temperature, pH, heavy metals) on activities of glycosidases in invertebrate animals.
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This finding was confirmed by drastically decreased binding after removal of A, B, and H epitopes from secretor saliva by treatment with specific glycosidases.
Similarly, the activities of glycosidases, proteinase and lipase increased with age during post-embryonic development (Ademolu & Idowu 2011).
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