How Does Hydrolytic Enzymes Support The Human Body?


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Sadia Batool Profile
Sadia Batool answered
I have considered that pepsin, trypsin and hydrolyze are all types of enzymes.
The enzyme amylase converts starch into maltose and the enzyme maltase converts maltose addicted to glucose.The enzymes pepsin and trypsin converts protein into amino acids. The enzyme lipase converts fat into fatty acids.

Enzymes are extremely specific. If the enzyme recognizes the other enzyme as the substrate it will catalyze the feedback. For that to go off there should be gross difference in the molecular architecture between the 2 enzymes.

The hydrolytic enzymes (like lysosome) including proteases, lipases etc are "Eating" or in other words Digesting or depredating the un needed proteins and lipids which are old or not implementation well in order to provide place for new ones.The function of hydrolytic enzymes and explain why is it important for lysosomes to remain intact in cell. Lysosomes are chief to be integral 'cause if they won't do their hydrolytic job in the cell there might 'cause diseases like Tay-Sachs and others which are lethal.
Shahzad Saleem Profile
Shahzad Saleem answered
A separate action of oral hydrolytic enzymes involving increase penetration of medications into connective tissue has also been reported separately by Chain, Sanella and Hechter. They are felt to enhance the absorption and effects of such concomitantly administrated medications as antibiotics and anticancer cytotoxic drugs. This is reported to apply also to tissues where the focus is difficult to reach, such as the paranasal sinuses, prostate, scar tissues, etc. (Barsom et al, Baumgartner).

The anti-inflammation effect of oral hydrolytic/proteolytic enzymes is felt to be quit complex and to involve several different mechanisms. The action has been explained primarily by their enzymatic cleavage of the component (Fc fragment) of immunoglobulin protein, in part mediate through the modulation of its surface markers. Hydrolytic enzymes wee also felt to be able to reduce the damaging effect of the complement cascade, itself the killer enzyme cascade of normal immune system.

In addition reports from the other studies indicated t hat the proteolytic enzymes are felt to detach or separate important receptors called adhesion molecules which are responsible for the adhesion or anchoring of undesirable molecules and cells to normal blood vessel walls and other tissue membranes (Kleine, Mahr, Yamoda)

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