isomaltose

i·so·malt·ose

(ī'sō-mahl'tōs),
A disaccharide in which two glucose molecules are attached by an α-1,6 linkage, rather than, as in maltose, an α-1,4 linkage.
Synonym(s): isogentiobiose

i·so·malt·ose

(ī'sō-mawl'tōs)
A disaccharide in which two glucose molecules are attached by an α1,6 link, rather than an α1,4 link as in maltose.

isomaltose

an isomeric form of maltose formed by the action of maltase on glucose. Found in beer, honey and other natural substances. Called also dextrinose.
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