Maltogenic amylases (MAse) are commonly used in the starch industry. They are used to hydrolyze starch, pullulan and cyclodextrin and to make novel carbohydrates .
Maltogenic amylase is in the amylolytic enzyme subfamily, which also consists of cyclomaltodextrinase, neopullulanase, and Thermoactinomyces vulgaris amylase II. These enzymes transfer the hydrolyzed sugar moiety to another sugar molecule. They have an (α/β)8 barrel and C domain as well as a 124-residue N domain, which is involved in homodimer formation .
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10, 50 g in poly bottle
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