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maltose /mal·tose/ (mawl´tōs) a disaccharide composed of two glucose residues, the fundamental structural unit of glycogen and starch.

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Maltose-Binding Protein as a Solubility Enhancer
with glutathione S-transferase (GST) and thioredoxin, maltose-binding protein.
Escherichia coli Maltose-binding Protein as a Molecular Chaperone
Keywords: cytoplasmic intrabodies; fusion-protein; maltose-binding protein; molecular intracellular antibodies; MBP, E.
maltose–neopentyl glycol (mnG) amphiphiles for solubilization
maltose. representatives of this maltose–neopentyl glycol.
The Crystal Structure of a Liganded Trehalose/Maltose-binding
recognition site of the high-af®nity trehalose/maltose ABC transporter of actions.
88. The Direct Fermentation of Maltose by Yeast. 2*

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Is sugar worth the trouble of satisfying your taste buds?
According to Natural, “Sugar is the broad spectrum term for sucrose, lactose and maltose, respectively. Sucrose is the form most commonly found in foods, or table sugar, a derivative of sugar beets or cane sugar.
Aug. 24 — ENMU briefs
Eastern New Mexico University Professor of Biology Manuel Varela will have a chapter called “Maltose Chemistry and Biochemistry” published by the Royal Society of Chemistry in the book “Food and Nutritional Components in Focus.
Brooks on Beer: Malt, the soul of beer
Unmalted barley has a hard time being fermented; malting it creates maltose and other sugars that are much more easily fermentable. First the barley is soaked in water. It's then drained, spread and left to rest until it begins to germinate.
Raise your pints to the Patagonian fungus that helped us to brew lager
For example, they have incorporated an S.cerevisiase gene that allows the fungus to feed off maltose, one of the most common sugars found in the liquids of the brewing process. Meanwhile, S.
US Patents Awarded to Inventors in California (Aug. 13)

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Maltose - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Maltose or malt sugar, is a disaccharide formed from two units of glucose joined with an α(1→4)bond.
Carbohydrates - Maltose
Maltose or malt sugar is the least common disaccharide in nature.
Maltose Express
Maltose, the disaccharide obtained by enzyme-catalyzed hydrolysis of starch, consists of two D-glucopyranoses joined by a 1,4'-beta-glycoside bond.
What Is Maltose?
Maltose is a sugar used in brewing beer. Although it's sweet, maltose cannot be used as a table sugar substitute because...

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