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How Can You Tell Amylase Is an Exoenzyme?

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How can you tell amylase is an exoenzyme? The way to get to the answer to this question is to understand exoenzymes and amylase better. Exoenzymes are those produce inside the cell and released outside the cell to start extracellular digestion. Amylase is an enzyme started inside the cell and excreted outside the cell.
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Answer it is because it is extracellular and secreted outside the cell secreted
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i think you mean amylase and exozyme and endoenyzme. It is possible to show that amylase is an exozyme because it it as an enzyme that digets/cuts proteins from the ends of the protein
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Enzymes in our body, like amylase can recognize complex sugars and simple sugars based on their "shape" # of Carbons etc, )They are able to recognize specific bonds that
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Catalase is considered an endoenzyme because it is produced and used within a cells metabolic machinery. Since it breaks down superoxide molecules it must work inside the cell.
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