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Protein decomposition by the pancreas


, : Protein decomposition by the pancreas. Vitalstoffe Zivilisationskrankh 5(17-1): 19-20

Various pathologic pancreatic changes were produced in rats fed methionine-deficient diets, or by administration of carbon tetra-chloride or ethionine. The external secretion of the pancreas, especially enzyme content was studied. Electrophoretic investigations showed that the pancreatic juice of the controls contains: amylase, ribonuclease, trypsin, esterase lipase, chymotrypsin, and carboxy-peptidase. In cases of pancreatic damage - as with eosinophylar dissociation, necrosis and fibrocystic degeneration, - specific electrophoretic patterns were observed, indicating a pathologic shift in enzyme production.

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