Effects of abiotic factors (temperature, pH, heavy metals) on activities of glycosidases
in invertebrate animals.
Ekenler M, Tabatabai MA (2003) Effects of liming and tillage systems on microbial biomass and glycosidases
Glycoprotein degradation in the blind loop syndrome: identification of glycosidases
in jejunal contents.
Of these, the glycosidases
subsegment held the largest share of the global glycomics enzymes market in 2014, and is poised to grow at the highest CAGR between 2012 and 2019.
15] Yeboua A, Achy N and K Diopoh Hydrolyse des substrats amylaces par les glycosidases
du sucre digestif d'Achatina balteata.
The degradation of glycoproteins and glycolipids occurs predominantly in lysosomes, which contain a series of glycosidases
and other hydrolases required for the complete degradation of the glycan components of glycoproteins or glycolipids.
We will focus on the design of glycomimetics to modulate the activity of glycosidases
The researchers found that growth on switchgrass prompted the organism to express an expanded set of proteins that deal specifically with the hemicellulose content of the plant, including hemicellulose-targeted glycosidases
and extracellular solute-binding proteins.
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).
Role of luminal fluid glycosyltransferases and glycosidases
in the modification of rat sperm plasma membrane glycoproteins during epididymal maturation.
arabinanases, endoglucanases, galactanases, glycosidases
, xylanases, oxidases, proteases peptidases, phospholipases, lactases, transglutaminases Animal feed: enzymes are used to Phytases, [beta]-glucanases, enhance digestion and nutritional xylanases, galactanases, content of animal feed.