glucosidases


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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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Cloning and expression of AY-glucosidase from Flavobacterium meningosepticum: a new member of family B AY- glucosidase. Enzyme Microb.
(2005) Persistent glycoprotein misfolding activates the glucosidase II/UGT1-driven calnexin cycle to delay aggregation and loss of folding competence.
(2006) Substrate specificity analysis of endoplasmic reticulum glucosidase II using synthetic high mannose type glycans.
Results of isolated sequences for polysaccharide hydrolysis IDa Annotation Glucosidase NEF-6-3a-T3_J23 alpha-glucosidase (D.
Therefore, the search for potential therapeutic glucosidase inhibitors from both synthetic and natural origin is of great demand.
There is a variety amongst the glucosidase inhibitors, whose structures differ from a sugar scaffold.
Also, inhibition of intestinal alpha glucosidase by AX mono-/oligosaccharide was also related to their ferulic acid moiety [27].
[V.sub.max] and [K.sub.m] of [alpha]- glucosidase for maltose in absence of WEAX fractions were 17.5 [micro]g glucose per minute and 5.99 mM, respectively.
Keywords: Alpha glucosidase inhibitors, Bacteria, Pakistani.
[beta]- Cell growth glucosidase Fermentation period (hours) [O.D..sub.600] activity U/mL 6 0.76 0.45 8 1.414 1.23 10 1.636 1.7 12 1.402 1.10 Table 2: Effect of temperature on cell growth and [beta]-glucosidase production after 10 hours of formation.
(beta)- glucosidase was subjected to various kinetic and thermodynamic parameters to seek the nature of the enzyme.
In addition, Glucosidase inhibitors have therapeutic potential in the treatment of disorders such as human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, metastatic cancer, and lysosomal storage diseases (Melo et al.