maltotriose


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maltotriose

a trisaccharide product of amylase digestion of starch.
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It is a linear homopolysaccharide composed of [alpha]-1,6 and [alpha]-1,4 maltotriose units.
Herein, the improvement of mechanical strength by pullulan loading can be attributed to the chemical structure of pullulan, which is an exocellular homopolysaccharide and a linear mix of [alpha]-D-glucan consisting mainly of maltotriose repeating units interconnected by [alpha]-1,6 linkages.
Maltotriose, D-mannitol and acetic acid permitted decreased biofilm formation by the mutant.
Isolates were identified through gram staining, KOH reaction, catalase test and gas production from glucose, trehalose, sucrose, mannitol, fructose, maltotriose, arabinose, lactose and raffinose.
All isolated strains fermented glucose, trehalose, sucrose, mannitol, fructose, and maltotriose, but did not ferment raffinose.
Um exemplo e o Pullulan[R], produto comercial formado por fermentacao a base de polissacarideo natural, constituido de unidades de maltotriose, cuja fonte e 100% de origem vegetal, ja muito utilizado industrialmente (KHAN et al.
Products of this initial phase of intestinal starch assimilation are a mixture of maltose, maltotriose and various limit dextrins that occur as a result of [alpha]-1,6 branch points (Harmon, 1993).
It consists of a linear polymer of repeating maltotriose units comprising two (1 [?
Pullulan is a water soluble, neutral linear polysaccharide consisting of [alpha]-1, 6-linked maltotriose residues.
In all cases, however, pretreatment of a starchy substrate with alpha- amylase before beta-amylase markedly increased the proportion of maltotriose in the fermentable sugar fraction.
Black Star's Jerke says, "The primary difference between lagers and ales is that lager yeast will ferment out a more complex sugar -- called maltotriose -- that cuts back on the heavy sweetness you find in ales.
Icodextrin is hydrolyzed in the systemic circulation to oligosaccharides such as maltose, maltotriose, and maltotetraose.