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Additionally, a significant interaction between TB and LPS was observed in the activity of maltase in the duodenum.
This measure, the Ministry pointed out, is "precautionary" after security information indicated that some Maltase people have been providing logistic help to militia groups in the country.
These nonabsorbable disaccharides are hydrolyzed to absorbable monosaccharides by disaccharidase enzymes present in the small-intestinal mucosa: lactase, sucrase, maltase, and isomaltose, respectively.
It is known by several names: acid maltase deficiency; glycogen storage disease type II; and glycogenosis type II.
Pompe disease, also known as GSDII (glycogen storage disease type II) or acid maltase deficiency (MIM 232300), is an autosomal recessive neuromuscular disorder caused by mutations in the gene that encodes the lysosomal hydrolase acid a-glucosidase (GAA; EC 3.
One of the main attractions will be keynote speaker John Crowley, best known as the inspiration for the 2010 film Extraordinary Measures, which details his efforts to find a cure for Pompe's disease (or acid maltase deficiency) to save his two youngest children who suffer from it.
For example, in Pompe disease (acid maltase deficiency), scientists will look for ways to improve the current FDA-approved treatment -- enzyme replacement therapy -- which sometimes leads to an unwanted immune response.
16], demonstrated that olive oil and high-oleic sunflower oil-fed animals had the lowest activities of Sucrase and maltase, while alkaline phosphatase activity only was decreased in high-oleic sunflower oil-fed animals, which is incompatible with our research results.
2%) decreased activity of maltase and sucrase as well as increased activity of lactase in the mucosa of the small intestine.
Beaudette went to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, where it was determined she had contracted late-onset acid maltase deficiency, more commonly known as Pompe disease.
For example, involvement of the diaphragm usually occurs late in the disease process in Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) while in motor neurone disease (MND) and acid maltase deficiency, diaphragmatic weakness may be the first presentation of the disorder (10).
Pompe disease, first identified in 1932 by Dutch pathologist Johann Pompe, is a condition in which a person is born with an extreme shortage of the acid maltase enzyme.