Pepsin is one of the digestive system’s principal protein-degrading or proteolytic enzymes.
During digestion, Pepsin acts on the complex dietary protein and breaks it into peptides and amino acids that the intestinal lining can readily absorb.
Pepsin helps in digestive disturbance in general and is a result of impaired production of gastric juice. It is an adjunct in treating anemic conditions, especially during a slimming diet when protein intake increases.
It is used as a research tool in protein analysis and as a digestive syrup for heartburn, acid indigestion, and sour stomach.
It is also used in tablets to increase appetite and prepare cheese and other protein-containing foods.
Source:Porcine & Bovine
ASSAY:1:3000 NF, 1:10000 NF & 1:15000 NF
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