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On the mechanism of amylose branching by potato Q-enzyme

European Journal of Biochemistry

Feb 16, 1976

D BorovskyW J. Whelan

PMID: 1253793

Abstract

1. When potato Q-enzyme converts amylose into an amylopectin-like molecule, the action is by a random, endo-type transglycosylation of the substrate chains. 2. Inter-chain transfer takes place during the formation of the amylopectin branch linkage. This is seen in experiments in which r...read more

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Molecular Helix
Helix (Snails)
Amylopectin
Glucosyltransferases
Glycogen Branching Enzyme Activity
Helix of Ear
Endocrine System Diseases
Genetic Linkage
MANEA gene
Amylose
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On the mechanism of amylose branching by potato Q-enzyme

European Journal of Biochemistry

Feb 16, 1976

D BorovskyW J. Whelan

PMID: 1253793

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Abstract

1. When potato Q-enzyme converts amylose into an amylopectin-like molecule, the action is by a random, endo-type transglycosylation of the substrate chains. 2. Inter-chain transfer takes place during the formation of the amylopectin branch linkage. This is seen in experiments in which r...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Molecular Helix
Helix (Snails)
Amylopectin
Glucosyltransferases
Glycogen Branching Enzyme Activity
Helix of Ear
Endocrine System Diseases
Genetic Linkage
MANEA gene
Amylose

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Paper Details
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