18.104.22.168 - Lactase
There are no alternative names for this Enzyme
H2O + lactose = D-galactose + D-glucose
There are no Cofactors for this Enzyme
There are no Reaction Mechanism for this Enzyme
Organism KM Value [mM] Substrate Comment Ovis aries 0.002 phlorizin pH 6, 37°C Platyrrhini 0.4 phlorizin Sus scrofa 5.1 lactose Rattus norvegicus 8.5 3-O-beta-D-galactopyranosyl-D-xylose 100 mM sodium maleate buffer, pH 6.0, 25°C
There are no reaction parameters information for this Enzyme.
Organism pH Range Comment Sus scrofa 4 - 10 pH 4.0: about 60% of maximal activity, pH 10.0: about 50% of maximal activity Homo sapiens 5 - 7 pH 5.0: about 70% of maximal activity, pH 7.0: about 65% of maximal activity
- Lactic acid bacteria: an essential probiotic and starter culture for the production of yoghurt
- Higher milk consumption is associated with a lower risk of diabetes mellitus: A case-control study.
- Diarrhea Caused by High-Fat and High-Protein Diet Was Associated With Intestinal Lactase-Producing Bacteria.
- The cow's milk allergy that wasn't: allergy to supplemental oral lactase enzyme.
- A Genetic Lab-on-Phone Test for Point-of-Care Diagnostic of Lactose Intolerance near Patient and in less than 90 Minutes.
- Lactase deficiency in Russia: multiethnic genetic study.
- Dairy Production and Lactase Persistence in Humans.
- Advances in Low-Lactose/Lactose-Free Dairy Products and Their Production.
- Association of Estimated Daily Lactose Consumption, Lactase Persistence Genotype (rs4988235), and Gut Microbiota in Healthy Adults in the United States.
- Ultrasonic analysis of effects of varying temperature, pH, and proteolytic enzymes on hydrolysis of lactose by neutral lactase formulations in infant milk and in the infant digestive system
- Baohe pill decoction treats diarrhea induced by high-fat and high-protein diet by regulating lactase-producing bacteria in intestinal mucosa.