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Encyclopedia > Carbohydrase

Carbohydrase is a group of enzymes (as amylase) that promote hydrolysis or synthesis of a carbohydrate (as a disaccharide).


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Carbohydrates + Water ---Carbobydrases---> Simple Sugars


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Without it you'll be unable to digest the proteins you eat, such as fish, meat, chicken, eggs, etc. If your digestion of proteins is incomplete, undigested proteins can wind up in your circulatory system and cause allergenic difficulties.
Carbohydrase helps to digest carbohydrate substances, such as flour and sugar products.
If you are sensitive to wheat or suffer from gluten intolerance, you'll fall in love with what Carbohydrase will do for you.
592. Carbohydrase (alpha-amylase) from B. lichenformis (WHO Food Additives Series 20) (1164 words)
CARBOHYDRASE (alpha-AMYLASE) FROM BACILLUS LICHENFORMIS EXPLANATION Carbohydrase is an enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of alpha-1,4-glycosidic linkages of starch.
Special study on teratology Groups of 20 mated female CD rats were fed diets containing 0, 1, 2, or 4% of the carbohydrase preparation from days 6 through 15 of pregnancy.
Comments The carbohydrase preparation showed no significant toxicological effects in short-term feeding studies in rats at levels of up to 4% of the diet (40 mg/kg of feed) or in dogs at levels of up to 2% (20 mg/kg of feed).
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