amalyse

Gonzalo claANTISPAMros at uma.es
Tue Oct 20 02:58:30 EST 1998


In article <707kpj$4lr$1 at melon.univ-brest.fr>,
glepenne at fraise.univ-brest.fr (Gael Le Pennec) wrote:

> I would like to know if amylase is an constitutive or inducible enzyme.

"Amylase" is a term that includes a lot of different enzymes. You have
alpha-amylases, glucoamilases, debranching enzymes, beta-amylases, ...
All of them are inducible in different environments. And most of them have
a latent activity.

Dr Dienei
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