trypsin is much more energetic in its digestive power than the pepsin of the gastric juice.
The second enzym to be considered in the pancreatic juice is trypsin.
Why, there was my theory of the hydrolysis of casein by trypsin, which Professor Walters had been carrying out in his laboratory.
It is digested by trypsin and slowly destroyed by the fat solvent anæsthetics, such as chloroform.
These unorganized ferments are such as rennin, pepsin, trypsin, ptyalin.
Luciferase is destroyed only by pepsin (probably), trypsin, erepsin, and something in spleen and liver extract.
trypsin, however, in its natural environment is dissolved in an alkaline medium.
The pepsin of the gastric juice and the trypsin of the pancreas split the native proteins only to peptones.
trypsin: solution of small shreds of fresh fibrin in neutral and alkaline media, and tryptophan test.
Thus, the bile salts are absolutely necessary to the activity of trypsin, in its characteristic protein-splitting action.
chief digestive enzyme of pancreatic juice, 1876, apparently from Greek tripsis "rubbing" + chemical suffix -in (2). Said to be so called because it first was obtained by rubbing the pancreas with glycerin.
trypsin tryp·sin (trĭp'sĭn)
An enzyme of pancreatic juice that hydrolyzes proteins into smaller polypeptide units.