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Pancreatic digestion of plant and animal proteins

Pancreatic digestion of plant and animal proteins

Indian J. Agric. Sci, 29: 4, 1-4

After digestion for 24 h by pancreatin in vitro, there was greater hydrolysis of meatmeal and casein than of lentil and gram proteins, and greater hydrolysis of lentil, peas and gram than of urid, rahar and mung. After 10 days of digestion, the extent of hydrolysis of gram and lentil protein was similar to that of the animal proteins. Addition of vitamin B12 had no significant effect on digestion of pulse protein.

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