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Preparation of enzymes from raw material of animal origin for medical use


, : Preparation of enzymes from raw material of animal origin for medical use. Prikladnaya Biokhimiya i Mikrobiologiya 13(6): 829-837

The basic principles of production of enzymes for medical application from animal raw material are outlined. It presents a complex scheme of the enzyme preparation from the pancreas of cattle and pigs, inhibitors of proteolytic enzymes from the pancreas and lungs of cattle as well as hyaluronidase action from the testes of cattle.

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