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Prior-Knowledge Description Expectation Prediction Conclusion Leaf Statistics
ULS00251 D-glucose from alpha,alpha-trehalose None - {{∅}} True - {{t}} Unconfirmed presence
UER00535 D-glucose from alpha,alpha-trehalose: step 1/1~1 H(2)O + 1 alpha,alpha-trehalose => 2 D-glucose. None - {{∅}} True - {{t}} Unconfirmed presence
UPA00300 trehalose degradation~Degradation of trehalose, also known as mycose, a disaccharide found extensively but not abundantly in nature. Trehalose is metabolized by a number of bacteria, including Streptococcus mutans, the common oral bacteria responsible for oral plaque. The enzyme trehalase, a glycoside hydrolase, present but not abundant in most people, breaks trehalose into two glucose molecules, which can then be readily absorbed in the gut. None - {{∅}} True - {{t}} Unconfirmed presence
UCR00010 H(2)O + alpha,alpha-trehalose = 2 D-glucose None - {{∅}} True - {{t}} Unconfirmed presence