SYN: 1,4-α-d-glucan-branching enzyme.

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  • 1,4-α-d-glucan-branching enzyme — Amylo (1,4→1,6) transglucosylase or transglucosidase; an enzyme in muscle and in plants (Q enzyme) that cleaves α 1,4 linkages in glycogen or starch, transferring the fragments into α 1,6 linkages, creating branches in the polysaccharide… …   Medical dictionary