Regulation of soluble and membrane-bound trehalase activity and expression of the enzyme in the larval midgut of the bamboo borer Omphisa fuscidentalis.

@article{Tatun2008RegulationOS,
  title={Regulation of soluble and membrane-bound trehalase activity and expression of the enzyme in the larval midgut of the bamboo borer Omphisa fuscidentalis.},
  author={Nujira Tatun and Tippawan Singtripop and Jatuporn Tungjitwitayakul and Sho Sakurai},
  journal={Insect biochemistry and molecular biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={38 8},
  pages={788-95}
}
Diapausing larvae of Omphisa fuscidentalis contain soluble and membrane-bound trehalase in the midgut. Soluble trehalase activity accounts for three-fourths of the total trehalase activity in midgut homogenates. The exposure of diapausing larvae to juvenile hormone analog (JHA) induced pupation, accompanied by an increase in soluble trehalase activity at the beginning of the prepupal period. Injection of 20-hydroxyecdysone (20E) increased the level of soluble trehalase activity 5 days… CONTINUE READING

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