alpha-d-galactosidase

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alpha-d-galactosidase (plural alpha-d-galactosidases)

  1. (biochemistry) Any galactosidase that only hydrolyzes the alpha-d configuration of galactosides; a deficiency of this enzyme can lead to Fabry's disease

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