Galactase vs Galactose - What's the difference?

galactase | galactose |


As nouns the difference between galactase and galactose

is that galactase is (biology) a soluble enzyme that is a normal constituent of milk, and is active in ripening cheese while galactose is (carbohydrate) a monosaccharide found, along with lactose, in dairy products, and is synthesized by the body where it is found associated with glycolipids and glycoproteins.

galactase

English

Noun

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  • (biology) A soluble enzyme that is a normal constituent of milk, and is active in ripening cheese.
  • galactose

    Noun

  • (carbohydrate) A monosaccharide found, along with lactose, in dairy products, and is synthesized by the body where it is found associated with glycolipids and glycoproteins.
  • Derived terms

    * galactomannan