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What is the substrate of the enzyme maltase?

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Maltase is an enzyme that breaks down the disaccharide maltose. In most
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The sugar maltose is made from two glucose molecules bonded together. The enzyme maltase is shaped in such a way that it can break the bond and free the two glucose pieces. http:/
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maltase "recognizes" the alpha 1, 4 link bewteen two glucoses ( the dissacharide sugar, maltose ) and cleaves that bond. Sucrose has a glucose and fructose joined alpha
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