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4 . 3 . Action of /3-amylase on amylose. (-0-0-) represents glucose units connected by (1-4) linkages, ψ are points of ß-amylase attack. The non-reducing end of the amylose chain is to the right. The only products are maltose. ) to as dextrinogenic and saccharogenic amylases, respectively. The linkage broken by j8-amylase is inverted, resulting in the production of j8-maltose, t h a t is, maltose with the reducing carbon in the j8-configuration. This is in contrast to the action of α-amylases where the exconfiguration is retained.
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