Furthermore, the activity of sucrase or maltase
in jejunum as well as amylase or trypsin in pancreas was not affected by lipase addition in the current study.
The activities of sucrase (EC 18.104.22.168) and maltase
(EC 22.214.171.124) in the intestine were detected based on the method by (Dahlqvist, 1984).
idella the mid intestine showed the highest activity for amylase and maltase
when compared to anterior and posterior segments.
and sucrase activities thus have a high positive predictive value for the degree of mucosal villous atrophy.
The activity of lysosomal acid maltase
measured in leukocytes was significantly decreased and the genetic studies revealed c.-32-13T>G homozygous mutation in the intron 1.
The inhibitory potency of WEAX against intestinal maltase
was 1000-2000 times less compared to acarbose (a positive control).
(2.) Trend PS, Wiles CM, Spencer GT, et al; Acid maltase
deficiency in adults.
This measure, the Ministry pointed out, is "precautionary" after security information indicated that some Maltase
people have been providing logistic help to militia groups in the country.
These nonabsorbable disaccharides are hydrolyzed to absorbable monosaccharides by disaccharidase enzymes present in the small-intestinal mucosa: lactase, sucrase, maltase
, and isomaltose, respectively.
of age, they were sacrificed by cervical dislocation, 30 chicks / treatment / interval to extract, at temperatures between 0 and 4[degrees]C, the duodenal segments and pancreas from which the homogenates were prepared to determine intestinal enzyme activity for maltase
, sucrase, alkaline phosphatase and phytase.
(29) A similar difference between Cvd and GF mice was found for radiolabeled compounds incorporated into individual protein molecules in the MVM fraction, such as sucraseisomaltase complex and maltase
protein, which were isolated by immunoprecipitation with a polyclonal rabbit antibody against each molecule.
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.1