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Genetics & Genomics:Lactose is found in mammalian milk and its systemic name is b-D-galactopyranosyl- 1↔4)-b-D-glucopyranose. To support the digestion of lactose, the intestinal villi of infant mammals secrete an enzyme called lactase (b-D-galactosidase) that breaks down the molecule into its two subunits b-D-glucose and b-D-galactose.
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In most mammals, the production of lactase gradually decreases with maturation into adulthood, leading to an inability to digest lactose and the so-called lactose intolerance. However, in cultures where cattle, goats, and sheep are milked for food, a gene has evolved for the lifelong production of lactase.