|Product Overview:||Human Salivary Amylase was purified from Human Saliva.|
|Description:||Amylase is an enzyme that breaks starch down into sugar. Amylase is present in human saliva, where it begins the chemical process of digestion. Foods that contain much starch but little sugar, such as rice and potato, taste slightly sweet as they are chewed because amylase turns some of their starch into sugar in the mouth. alpha-Amylase is an enzyme that hydrolyses alpha-bonds of large alpha-linked polysaccharides such as starch and glycogen, yielding glucose and maltose.|
|Form:||10 mM Tris-CL buffer , pH 7.5|
|Concentration:||Typically >5.0 mg protein/mL|
|Gene Name:||AMY1A amylase, alpha 1A (salivary) [ Homo sapiens ]|
|Synonyms:||AMY1A; amylase, alpha 1A (salivary); AMY1, amylase, alpha 1A; salivary; alpha-amylase 1; glycogenase; salivary alpha-amylase; salivary amylase alpha 1A; amylase, salivary, alpha-1A; 1,4-alpha-D-glucan glucanohydrolase 1; AMY1; AMY1B; AMY1C;|
|Pathway:||Carbohydrate digestion and absorption, organism-specific biosystem; Carbohydrate digestion and absorption, conserved biosystem; Digestion of dietary carbohydrate, organism-specific biosystem; Metabolic pathways, organism-specific biosystem; Metabolism, organism-specific biosystem; Metabolism of carbohydrates, organism-specific biosystem; Salivary secretion, organism-specific biosystem;|
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