The enzyme that breaks down lactose (milk sugar) to galactose-glucose in the small intestine.
An enzyme required for the digestion of lactose into glucose and galactose.
An enzyme, secreted in the small intestine, which converts milk sugar into glucose and galactose.
Enzyme secreted by glands in the small intestine that converts lactose (milk sugar) into simpler sugars.
Enzyme excreted by the villi within the small intestine to break down the sugar lactose found in milk.
An enzyme, secreted by the glands of the small intestine, that converts lactose (milk sugar) into glucose and galactose during digestion.
An enzyme produced by glands in the small intestine. It changes lactose (milk sugar) into glucose and galactose during the process of digestion.
An intestinal sugar-splitting enzyme converting lactose into dextrose and galactose; found in intestinal juice.
An enzyme that digests lactose a sugar found in milk. Lactase is produced by certain strains of lacto bacteria (lactobacilli).
An enzyme that increases the rate of the change of milk sugar (lactose) to glucose and galactose.
During the process of digestion, there exists an enzymatic catalyst known for catalyzing the hydrolysis of lactose into two monosaccharide sugars, glucose and galactose.