suc·rase-iso·mal·tase (sooґkrās i″so-mawlґtās) see under complex.

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  • Sucrase-isomaltase — protein Name=sucrase isomaltase (alpha glucosidase) caption= width= HGNCid=10856 Symbol=SI AltSymbols= EntrezGene=6476 OMIM=609845 RefSeq=NM 001041 UniProt=P14410 PDB= ECnumber= Chromosome=3 Arm=q Band=25.2 LocusSupplementaryData=… …   Wikipedia

  • sucrase-isomaltase complex — the enzyme complex comprising sucrase and α dextrinase (isomaltase) activities, occurring in the brush border of the intestinal mucosa and hydrolyzing maltose as well as maltotriose and some other glycosidic bonds; the enzymes are… …   Medical dictionary

  • sucrase-isomaltase deficiency — a disaccharidase deficiency caused by mutations in the SI gene (locus: 3q25 q26), which encodes the sucrase isomaltase complex of the intestinal mucosa, leading to deficient activity of the complex with resulting malabsorption of sucrose and… …   Medical dictionary

  • sucrase-isomaltase deficiency — suc·rase iso·mal·tase de·fi·cien·cy (sooґkrās i″so mawlґtās) see under deficiency …   Medical dictionary

  • Deficience en sucrase-isomaltase — Déficience en sucrase isomaltase Déficience en sucrase isomaltase Autre nom {{{Autre nom}}} Référence MIM …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Déficience En Sucrase-Isomaltase — Autre nom {{{Autre nom}}} Référence MIM …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Déficience en sucrase-isomaltase — Référence MIM 229000 Transmission Récessive Chromosome 3q25 q26 Gène SI Mutation Ponctuelle …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Sucrase — Isomaltase Größe 1826 Aminosäuren Struktur single pass Typ 2 Membranprotein Bezeichner …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Sucrase — is the name given to a number of enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of sucrose to fructose and glucose. The enzyme invertase, which occurs more commonly in plants, also hydrolyzes sucrose but by a different mechanism.[1] Contents 1 Types 2 …   Wikipedia

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