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  • Sucrase — is the name given to a number of enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of sucrose to fructose and glucose. The enzyme invertase, which occurs more commonly in plants, also hydrolyzes sucrose but by a different mechanism.[1] Contents 1 Types 2 …   Wikipedia

  • Sucrase — Isomaltase Größe 1826 Aminosäuren Struktur single pass Typ 2 Membranprotein Bezeichner …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • sucrase — [ sykraz ] n. f. • 1903; de sucre et ase ♦ Biochim. Saccharase. ● sucrase nom féminin Synonyme de invertase. ● sucrase (synonymes) nom féminin Synonymes : invertase …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • sucrase — [so͞o′krās΄] n. [< Fr sucre,SUGAR + ASE] an enzyme present in certain plant and animal tissues that catalyzes the hydrolysis of sucrose into glucose and fructose …   English World dictionary

  • Sucrase — Saccharase La saccharase ou sucrase est une enzyme qui scinde le saccharose en une molécule de fructose et une de glucose. Cette enzyme, secrétée par les cryptes de Lieberkühn, est présente dans la muqueuse intestinale. Si la saccharase n est pas …   Wikipédia en Français

  • sucrase — /sooh krays, krayz/, n. Biochem. invertase. [1895 1900; < F sucre SUGAR + ASE] * * * ▪ enzyme also called  Invertase,         any member of a group of enzymes present in yeast and in the intestinal mucosa of animals that catalyze the hydrolysis… …   Universalium

  • sucrase — SYN: sucrose α d glucohydrolase. * * * su·crase sü .krās, .krāz n INVERTASE * * * n. an enzyme, secreted by glands in the small intestine, that catalyses the hydrolysis of sucrose into its components (glucose and fructose). * * * su·crase… …   Medical dictionary

  • sucrase — noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary, from French sucre sugar, from Middle French more at sugar Date: circa 1900 invertase …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Sucrase — Su|c|ra|se [frz. sucre = Zucker; ↑ ase], die; , n: svw. ↑ Invertase …   Universal-Lexikon

  • sucrase — n. invertase, enzyme that causes the inversion of sucrose into glucose and fructose (Biochemistry) …   English contemporary dictionary

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