Maltogenic Amylase is a type of amylase that breaks down starch into maltose. It may break down starch into smaller molecules in settings where it has lots of substrates to deal with. This has the potential to be used in a variety of commercial activities, including food, fermentation, and pharmaceuticals. Maltogenic Amylase is an endo-amylase, which means it operates at the end of a string of moleculesin this example, the flour's carbs. This amylase breaks down starch molecules into polymers of glucose units.