ⓘ Trehalase

                                     

ⓘ Trehalase

The enzyme Trehalase is a glycoside hydrolase, produced by cells in the brush border of the small intestine, which catalyzes the conversion of trehalose to glucose. It is found in most animals.

In nevosstanovlenie the disaccharide trehalose, α-d-has glucopyranosyl-1.1-α-d-glucopyranoside is one of the most important carbohydrate storage, and release almost all forms of life except mammals. The disaccharide is hydrolyzed into two glucose molecules by the enzyme trehalase. There are two types of trehalases found in Saccharomyces, viz. NT neutral trehalase and acid are classified based on their pH Optima. NT has an optimum pH of 7.0, while at 4.5.

It was recently reported that more than 90% of the total activity in S. cerevisiae is extracellular and cleaves extracellular trehalose into glucose in the periplasmic space.

                                     
  • In enzymology, an alpha, alpha - trehalase EC 3.2.1.28 is an enzyme with system name alpha, alpha - trehalose glucohydrolase. This enzyme catalyzes the chemical
  • produced by Streptomyces hygroscopicus. It is used as an inhibitor of trehalase It is used for the control of sheath blight of rice and damping - off of
  • CAZY GH 37 comprises enzymes with only one known activity trehalase EC 3.2.1.28 Trehalase is the enzyme responsible for the degradation of the disaccharide
  • into 2 glucoses Sucrase breaks down sucrose into glucose and fructose Trehalase breaks down trehalose into 2 glucoses For a thorough scientific overview
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  • lanzan Tatun, N Wangsantitham, O Tungjitwitayakul, J Sakurai, S. Trehalase activity in fungus - growing termite, Odontotermes feae Isoptera: Termitideae
  • This family of glycosyl hydrolases CAZY GH 65 includes vacuolar acid trehalase and maltose phosphorylases. Maltose phosphorylase MP is a dimeric enzyme
  • Brush border membrane sucrase - isomaltase, maltase - glucoamylase and trehalase in mammals. Comparative development, effects of glucocorticoids, molecular
  • is released from the subesophageal ganglion of the mother and triggers trehalase production by the ovaries. This generates high levels of glycogen in the
  • for the cleavage of disaccharides, there are maltase, lactase, sucrase, trehalase and others. In humans, about 70 genes are known that code for glycosidases
  • of glucose syrups because it is insensitive to end product inhibition. Trehalase is a monomeric glycoprotein with 20 carbohydrate content. It is optimally