Our data support that the increase of starch is mostly due to the decrease of a-amylase
as demonstrated here.
as a measure of endogenous adrenergic activity.
Resolution and partial characterization of proteinases and a-amylases
from midguts of larvae of the bruchid beetle Callosobruchus maculatus (F.).
This article addresses not only on the fact that FLAE can inhibit a-amylase
enzyme but also on the fact that it controls AGE formation which could delay the onset of diabetes complications.
Characterization of Alcaligenes faecalis GPA-1 producing thermostable extracellular a-amylase
Studies on the production of a-amylase
by Bacillus subtilis.
Optimization of the growth and a-amylase
production of Bacillus subtilis IP 5832 in shake flask and laboratory fermenter batch cultures.
The amylatic activity of the compound I indicating the zone of inhibition 21.86mm and of compound II, IV are 21.47, 21.43 respectively, slightly <23.4mm that is of a-amylase
Experimental method for liquefaction with a-Amylase
.In human physiology, both the salivary and pancreatic amylases are a-amylase
. It is formed in the pancreas and the glands make saliva, it exist in different isoenzyme forms; salivary type (S-type) and pancreatic type (P-type) .
That gibberellic acid regulates the expression of a-amylase
gene, which hydrolizes starch is responsible for the provision of reserves from the endosperm during seedling development.
Dijkhuizen, "Properties and applications of starch-converting enzymes of the a-amylase
family," Journal of Biotechnology, vol.