- n. Plural form of amylase.
“Raw foods contain enzymes such as amylases, proteases and lipases which help in digestion.”
“Take two capsules of broad-spectrum enzymes containing pro-teases, lipases, and amylases with each meal for at least six months while your gut is healing.”
“This should contain enzymes that break down proteins (proteases), fats (lipases), and carbohydrates (amylases).”
“This activates amylases and other enzymes that hydrolyze the grain's starch and proteins to sugars and amino acids.”
“I was still studying the alpha-amylases with Eric Stein.”
“To unravel the structure of these molecules, enzymes were needed: alpha - and beta-amylases, phosphorylase, etc.”
“Their enzymes include amylases, proteases, and cellulolytic enzymes.”
“The lactobacillus species has a preference for maltose and uses the maltose phosphorylase pathway to metabolize the sugar, whereas T. holmii grows on glucose but not on maltose, so that both develop in a dough where the amylases hydrolyze starch to maltose.”
“Koji produces amylases and proteases, which break down the starch in rice and proteins in soybeans.”
“A small amount of fresh uncooked malt is added as a source of amylases and yeasts for the subsequent fermentation.”
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