"This is where we really need the help of alpha amylase. Unlike beta amylase, alpha amylase is an endo-enzyme and randomly breaks alpha 1-4 bonds from the inside of the molecule. Using the tree analogy, alpha-amylase is like a tree removal guy using a chain saw to cut a big tree into several medium-sized pieces. With every cut, a new trunk is created and beta-amylase can latch onto the trunk (a reducing end) and do its thing until it runs into another alpha 1-6 branch"
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