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 Does grapefruit have trypsin in it?

Answer A grapefruit does not have trypsin in it. Trypsin is a natural enzyme found in the pancreas portion of the human digestive system. Its job is to break down proteins, and the acids in a grapefruit c... Read More »
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Where does trypsin cleave?

Trypsin cleaves peptides on the carboxyl terminal side of a lysine or arginine amino acid residue, unless a proline residue lies on the carboxyl side of the cleavage site. The cleavage reaction cat... Read More »
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Where is trypsin produced?

Trypsin is produced in the pancreas and secreted into the small intestines, where it breaks down proteins into smaller amino acids to aid in digestion. Trypsin, in its microbial form, can also be u... Read More »
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Red Kidney Beans Trypsin Experiments?

We all know what happens after eating beans. They're the "musical" fruit. More significant than intestinal gas, however, is that experiments reveal dry beans in general inhibit our ability to diges... Read More »
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Is trypsin a common enzyme in humans?

Trypsin is one of three principal digestive enzymes used by humans to degrade protein. The pancreas secretes it in inactive into the duodenum, where it combines with another enzyme to become active... Read More »
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