endoamylase

en·do·am·y·lase

(en'dō-am'il-ās),
A glucanohydrolase acting on internal glycosidic bonds (for example, α-amylase).
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Starch hydrolyzing enzymes including endoamylase, exoamylase, debranching enzyme and transferase belong to three glycosyl hydrolases families GH13, GH70 and GH77.
[alpha]-amylase is an endoamylase that hydrolyses 1.4-[alpha]-glycoside linkages of amylose and amylopectin chains, decomposing starch into soluble dextrins and oligosaccharides.
Seasonal changes of activity of a starch granule bound endoamylase and of a starch phosphorylase in Poplar wood (Populus x canadensis Moench robusta) and their possible regulation by temperature and phytohormones.
Ltd., (Zhuhai, China) and contained mainly neutral protease (3,000 U/g), acid protease (3,000 U/g), endoamylase (500,000 U/g) and xylanase (65,000 U/g).
Amylases are classified into four groups including exoamylases, endoamylases, debranching enzymes and tranferases (Souza and Magalhaes, 2010).
Amylases can be divided into endoamylases and exoamylases.
butleri presents predominantly dextrinizing activity (endoamylases) with reduced saccharifying potential (exoamylases).