alpha amylase

al·pha am·y·lase

(al'fă am'i-lās),
A starch-splitting enzyme obtained from a nonpathogenic bacterium of the Bacillus subtilis class, used to treat inflammatory conditions and edema of soft tissues associated with traumatic injury; its therapeutic usefulness has not been fully established and its mode of action is not known.

al·pha am·y·lase

(al'fă am'i-lās)
A starch-splitting enzyme obtained from a nonpathogenic bacterium of the Bacillus subtilis class; used to treat inflammatory conditions and edema of soft tissues associated with traumatic injury.
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Purpose: The aim of the present study was to evaluate the salivary cortisol and alpha amylase levels in response to long-distance running according performance variables as accumulated distance, total time and velocity of running in athletes.
Alpha amylase (1, 4-a glucan glucanohydrolase) is an extracellular (endo-amylase) enzyme (Abdullah et al.
Various Agro industrial wastes have been utilized for the cost effective production of alpha amylase and researchers are finding great interest in using agro industrial waste as a substrate for alpha amylase production (12).
To scrutinize the dealings of alpha amylase with the synthesized compounds the well method was adopted [13, 14].
Production and partial purification of alpha amylase from Bacillus subtilis (MTCC 121) using solid state fermentation.
Enogen corn enzyme technology uses modern biotechnology to deliver robust, best-in-class alpha amylase enzyme directly in the grain.
ABSTRACT: Alpha amylase is one of the most significant enzymes in modern biotechnolo gy.
Starch is digested through a two step procedure, with alpha amylase breaking it down to disaccharides, before sucrose, isomaltase, maltase, glyco-amylase and lactase break them into digestable mono-saccharides.