sucralose(redirected from Sucrolase)
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An intensely sweet, heat-stable derivative of sucrose that contains no calories.
sucralose(soo′krĭ-lōs″) [Fm. sucr(ose) + (ga)l(act)ose]
A sugar substitute manufactured by replacing hydroxyl groups on a sucrose molecule with chloride. It adds a sweet taste to foods without adding calories.