Answer to Question #111177 in Biochemistry for Jeri

Question #111177
What are limit dextrin
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2020-04-21T13:45:22-0400

limit dextrin is the name given to the highly-branched core of the polysaccharide fragments remaining at the end (limit) of exhaustive hydrolysis of amylopectin or glycogen by α-1,4-glucan hydrolase enzymes such as glycogen phosphorylase and maltodextrin phosphorylase.




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