Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of a galactoside.

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  • n. Any of several enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of a galactoside

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Examples

  • Cre reporter mouse expressing a nuclear localized fusion of GFP and beta-galactosidase reveals new derivatives of Pax3-expressing precursors.

    Recent Neonatal Research Publications

  • You can tell because the synthesized DNA contained a lacZ gene for beta-galactosidase, making the pretty blue product.

    It's ALIVE! - The Panda's Thumb

  • You may still be able to enjoy soy milk and flour by taking an alpha galactosidase supplement (Beano), which reduces gas by facilitating digestion of the troublesome carbs.

    Q&A: Soy and gas?

  • And while Engelhart is right about alpha-galactosidase being the enzyme that digests oligosaccharides, he leaves out a nifty fact.

    The Other Indigestible Carbs

  • [P] eople who want to eat massive quantities of Jerusalem artichokes or three-bean chili need the help of something the body does not normally produce — alpha-galactosidase.

    The Other Indigestible Carbs

  • You may still be able to enjoy soy milk and flour by taking an alpha galactosidase supplement Beano, which reduces gas by facilitating digestion of the troublesome carbs.

    Q&A: Soy and gas?

  • A product called Beano, which contains an enzyme, alpha-galactosidase, can help metabolize difficult-to-digest complex carbohydrates when taken before meals.

    Goodbye Gas

  • Irreducible complexity, what good would the permease be without the galactosidase?

    Coopting cooption - The Panda's Thumb

  • An example of the latter model is the beta galactosidase induction in E. coli which is maintained by inducer concentrations much smaller than that required for initiating induction, because inducer is pumped into the cells by the induced permease

    Renato Dulbecco - Nobel Lecture

  • A continuous whey hydrolysis process has been developed using immobilized beta-galactosidase enzyme.

    7 Fermented Milks Past, Present, and Future

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