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.
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Comment: Lactose, sucrose, maltose, and isomaltose are the major disaccharides present in the human diet.
Other sugars include disaccharides such as maltose, sucrose, isomaltose, turanose, nigerose, melibiose, panose, maltotriose, and melezitose.
They typically contain isomaltose, panose, isomaltotriose, and several other branched oligosaccharides made up of four or five glucose residues (Kaneko et al., 1995a).
The total contents of the prebiotics isomaltose, isomaltotriose, and panose (Isomaltooligosaccharides) were 2.3% and 5.5%, respectively, for beta-amylase/transglucosidase- and maltogenic alpha-amylase/transglucosidase-treated starches.
The reducing disaccharides are maltose, isomaltose, cellobiose, gentiobiose, xylobiose, mannobiose, and lactose.
Current functional sweeteners include isomaltose (and natural polyols such as erythritol) and prebiotic fibers.
The amount of isomaltose in the tested honey samples was slightly lower than that of maltose and varied from 5.81 to 9.14 mg/g.
Os dissacarideos como sacarose, lactose, maltose e isomaltose. O oligossacarideo como maltodextrina, e os polissacarideos como o amido, fibras alimentares e glicogenio.
New material has been added on neotome, isomaltose, and trehalose; and the chapter on permitted sweeteners in the UK, Europe, and US has been updated.
Absorbed oligosaccharides are hydrolyzed in plasma by [alpha]-amylases to maltose (G2), maltotriose (G3) and isomaltose ([alpha]l-6 G2) (Mistry, Gokal, & Peers, 1994).
A volume of 100 [micro]L diluted supernatant was then dispensed into a glass test tube and incubated with respective substrate (sucrose, maltose or isomaltose; 100 [micro]L, 0.056 mol/L) at 37[degrees]C for 60 min.