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Degradation of starch granules by amylases

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Production of enzymatic starch hydrolyzates is made by two-steps action of amylolytic enzymes on gelatinized starch granules – at the beginning by liquefying enzymes and next by saccharifying enzymes. Differences of optimal parameters of the enzyme action require the change of reaction conditions: temperature and pH.
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06
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2
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http://www.ejpau.media.pl/series/volume6/issue2/food/art-15.html
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  • Starch and Potato Products Research Laboratory, Armii Poznan 49, 62-030 Lubon, Poland
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Bibliografia
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