OTHER WORDS FROM proteolysispro·te·o·lyt·ic [proh-tee-uh-lit-ik], /ˌproʊ ti əˈlɪt ɪk/, adjective
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“Flavor,” Cocalis notes, “is much more dependent on proteolysis, or the breakdown of proteins,” than mere appearance.
Pepsin-proteolysis, therefore, is strictly the proteolysis produced by pepsin-acid.
In digestive proteolysis we have a branch of physiological study which of late years has made much progress.
These two experiments thus give striking proof that free acid is not absolutely essential for pepsin-proteolysis.
Hence, it might be assumed that these two bases would likewise be formed in trypsin-proteolysis.
One of our conceptions regarding pepsin-proteolysis is that acid is necessary for every step in the proteolytic process.