Carbohydrases of the snail Eulota maakii

@article{Shirokova2004CarbohydrasesOT,
  title={Carbohydrases of the snail Eulota maakii},
  author={Nadya Shirokova and N. I. Uvarova and Ludmila A. Elyakova},
  journal={Chemistry of Natural Compounds},
  year={2004},
  volume={10},
  pages={227-230}
}
ConclusionsA complex combination of carbohydrase activites has been demonstrated in the digestive tract of the inland snailE. maakii. Gel filtration on biogel P-200 enables partially purified preparations of several glycosides (including those acting on some triterpene and steroid glycosides), two laminarinases, and a pectinase—“zosterinase”—to be obtained. 

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