No special study has been made of the diastatic enzymes which bring about the hydrolysis of these substances.
Yeast-juice contains glycogen and a diastatic enzyme which converts this into dextrins and finally into sugar.
These ferments may belong to either of the following well-recognised classes: proteolytic, diastatic, invertin, rennet.
This destroys any diastatic ferment present in the serum and partially sterilises the fluid.
diastatic di·a·stat·ic (dī'ə-stāt'ĭk)
Relating to diastasis.
Relating to a diastase.