The dish suits them; only, by the action of their pepsin, it becomes so fluid that they die submerged.
Also the Old Boarder who was always under the influence of pepsin.
Why does pepsin act only on proteid matter, and ptyalin only on starch and dextrins?
Now, I am going to add a pinch of pepsin to the contents in these tubes.
Trypsin is much more energetic in its digestive power than the pepsin of the gastric juice.
Synergia is claimed to be composed of pepsin, pancreatin, veg.
"If you would eat it and then take some essence of pepsin—" she hazarded.
This is a substance distinct from pepsin, but its action is the same.
In the latter a deposit of pepsin was found at the bottom, the alcohol having precipitated it.
They have some sort of pepsin which comes out of their mouths and does this work.
pepsin pep·sin or pep·sine (pěp'sĭn)
Any of various digestive enzymes found in gastric juice that catalyze the hydrolysis of proteins to peptides.
A substance containing pepsin, obtained from the stomachs of hogs and calves and used as a digestive aid.