hexosaminidase hex·os·a·min·i·dase (hěk’sō-sə-mĭn’ĭ-dās’, -dāz’)
Any of at least four enzymes, each of which is the catalyst for the removal of hexose residues from specific oligosaccharides; deficiencies of these enzymes can cause certain metabolic disorders.
[hek-sos-uh-meen] /hɛkˈsɒs əˌmin/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. any derivative in which a hydroxyl group is replaced by an amino group. hexosamine hex·os·a·mine (hěk-sō’sə-mēn’, hěk’sō-sām’ēn’) n. The amine derivative of a hexose formed by replacing a hydroxyl group with an amino group.
[hek-suh-san] /ˈhɛk səˌsæn/ noun 1. any of a group of hemicelluloses that hydrolyze to . /ˈhɛksəˌsæn/ noun 1. any of a group of polysaccharides that yield hexose on hydrolysis hexosan hex·o·san (hěk’sə-sān’) n. Any of several polysaccharides that yield a hexose when hydrolyzed.
[hek-sohs] /ˈhɛk soʊs/ noun 1. any of a class of sugars containing six atoms of carbon, including glucose and fructose. /ˈhɛksəʊs; -əʊz/ noun 1. a monosaccharide, such as glucose, that contains six carbon atoms per molecule hexose hex·ose (hěk’sōs’) n. Any of various simple sugars, such as glucose and fructose, that have six carbon atoms […]
- Hexose phosphatase
hexose phosphatase n. An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of a hexose phosphate to a hexose.