PMID: 2720968Apr 1, 1989

Elastase 1 and chymotrypsin B in pancreatic juice and feces

Clinical Biochemistry
A SziegoleitD Linder

Abstract

A chymotrypsin-like protease was detected along with elastase 1 in pancreatic secretion and stool. This enzyme was isolated from necrobiotic human pancreas, purified, partially characterized and designated as chymotrypsin B. Quantitative studies by rocket immunoelectrophoresis indicated that neither elastase 1 nor chymotrypsin B was degraded during intestinal passage. On the basis of a clinical study, both enzymes were found to reflect pancreatic function.

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