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DR ARTHUR LESK, LABORATORY FOR MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, CAMBRIDGE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY DR ARTHUR LESK, LABORATORY FOR MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, CAMBRIDGE / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Computer graphics representation of taka amylase, an enzyme. Amylases are a group of related enzymes that break down starch, glycogen and other polysaccharides. Plants contain both the alpha and beta types of amylases; animals possess only the alpha form, found in pancreatic secretions and (in humans) in saliva. Amylases break the long polysaccharide chains, leaving a mixture of the sugars glucose and maltose. Blue sticks, light blue ribbons.
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