trehalase


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tre·ha·lase

(trē'hă-lās), [MIM*275360]
A glycosidase secreted in the duodenum that hydrolyzes α-glycosidic 1,1 bonds; an absence or deficiency of this enzyme will lead to deficient digestion of trehalose (autosomal recessive).

trehalase

(trĭ-hä′lās′, -lāz′)
n.
An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of trehalose.

trehalase

(trē-hā′lās)
The enzyme that cleaves the bond between glucose molecules in the disaccharide, trehalose.
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Clear supernatant were used for the estimation of glucose, trehalose, trehalase, amylase and invertase.
Disruption of the Candida albicans ATC1 gene encoding a cell-linked acid trehalase decreases hypha formation and infectivity without affecting resistance to oxidative stress.
In the present study, we determined the changes in the total carbohydrate, glycogen, trehalose, glycerol and protein contents, as well as esterase and trehalase activities of H.
The content of glycogen and trehalose in cell extracts was determined by measuring glucose released by amyloglucosidase or trehalase, respectively [21].
Arguelles, "Disruption of the Candida albicans ATC1 gene encoding a cell-linked acid trehalase decreases hypha formation and infectivity without affecting resistance to oxidative stress," Microbiology, vol.
A reduction of individual DS deficiencies is seen in primary DS deficiencies which include congenital lactose intolerance, sucrase-isomaltase deficiency, maltaseglucoamylase deficiency, and trehalase deficiency [2, 3].
Joao Atilio Jorge (USP-Ribeirao Preto) for his help in offering inocula of the Rhizopus microsporus and guidelines to grow this fungus aiming the production of trehalase, and Dr.
Supernatants (2 mL) in PBS were maintained at -80[degrees]C to analyze protein concentration, trehalose content, and trehalase activity.
Immunohistochemical and biochemical localization of trehalase in the developing ovaries of the silkworm, Bombyx mori.
Humicola grisea possesses efficient hydrolytic system which is responsible for the production of many polysaccharide degrading enzymes such as cellulases, amylases, trehalase, beta-glucosidase, and xylanase [8].
Water-stress induced trehalose accumulation and control of trehalase in the cyanobacterium Nostoc punctiforme IAM M-15.