The Starch Damage Assay Kit (K-SDAM) can be used to measure the degree of starch damage in any material, so it is applicable to all samples. The only likely complication occurs when the degree of damage is more than 10%. In this case, the solution after addition of sulphuric acid must be further diluted before treatment with amyloglucosidase.
Is there any limitation to the type of sample or the degree of Starch Damage which can be measured using the Starch Damage Assay Kit (K-SDAM)?
Modified on: Mon, 18 Apr, 2016 at 12:33 PM
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