Trypsin in the duodenum catalyzes the hydrolysis of peptide bonds so that proteins can be broken down into smaller peptides.
Trypsin exhibits anti-inflammatory effect due to inhibitory action on the vascular permeability and its ability to inhibit the rise in C-reactive protein and enhance the rise in alpha 1-antitrypsin, alpha 2-macroglobulin.
It speeds the process of wound healing.
Trypsin aids digestion.
|Appearance:||White to off white color powder|
|Loss on Drying:||NMT 5.0%|
|ASSAY:||NLT 0.5 µkatal,
NLT 250 units/mg