glycogenase

glycogenase

 [gli´ko-jĕ-nās]
an enzyme that splits glycogen into dextrin and maltose.
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α-am·y·lase

(am'il-ās),
A glucanohydrolase yielding mainly maltose and some α-glucose in an endohydrolytic random manner from 1,4-α-glucans. An amylase that has been used clinically as a digestive aid.
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glycogenase

(glī-kō′jĕn-ās)
A liver enzyme that converts glycogen to glucose.
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