glucosidases

(redirected from B-glucosidase)

glu·co·si·das·es

(glū-kō'sid-ās-ĕz),
Enzymes that hydrolyze glucosides.

glu·co·si·das·es

(glū-kō'sid-ās-ĕz)
Enzymes that hydrolyze glucosides.
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Utilizing the glycolytic pathway, when the malignant cell senses Salicinium passing by in the bloodstream, it invites it in, and very quickly another enzyme, b-glucosidase, found in abundance in fermenting cells, splits the sugar from the complex molecule.
Since Salicinium is a complex sugar, it is harmless to any normal cell in the body because a normal cell cannot assimilate complex glycomes due to having no b-glucosidase and because Salicinium is a complexed molecule as discussed before and not a "free" glucose, it has no impact on the patients' blood sugar, making it beneficial for use in diabetics.
The b-glucosidase activity and protein concentration were estimated in each fraction.
The gel was allowed to settle and supernatant was assayed for b-Glucosidase activity.
The gel was then allowed to settle and supernatant was assayed for b-Glucosidase activity.
The selective chromogenic medium, comprised of OCLA Base (ISO) [CM1084] and Listeria Selective Supplement (ISO) [SR0226E], detects the b-glucosidase activity common to all Listeria species resulting in distinct blue colonies.
OCLA detects B-glucosidase activity, common to all Listeria species, and the lecithinase activity of L.