Info

Active in acid-base

Name(s)

Source(s)

(pH)

Ptyalin, or salivary amylase Salivary glands Slightly acidic (6.7)

Ptyalin, or salivary amylase Salivary glands Slightly acidic (6.7)

Pepsin Rennin

Gastric lipase

Peptic or chief cells of stomach Acidic (1.6-2.4)

Stomach mucosa

Stomach mucosa

Acidic (4.0); requires calcium for activity Acidic

Trypsin (activated trypsinogen) Chymotrypsin (activated chymotrypsinogen) Carboxypeptidase

Elastase a-Amylase (amylopsin)

Exocrine gland of pancreas Exocrine gland of pancreas Exocrine gland of pancreas Exocrine gland of pancreas Exocrine gland of pancrease

Slightly alkaline (7.1)

Lipase (steapsin)

Exocrine gland of pancreas

Alkaline (8.0)

Cholesterol Nucleic acids

Ribonucleic acid Deoxyribonucleic acid Protein

Small intestine (mainly jejunum and ileum)

Cholesterol esters Nucleotides Ribonucleotides Deoxyribonucleotides

Cholesterol esterase

Ribonuclease Deoxyribonuclease

Exocrine gland of pancreas

Exocrine gland of pancreas Exocrine gland of pancreas

Cholesterol Nucleic acids

Ribonucleic acid Deoxyribonucleic acid Protein

Small intestine (mainly jejunum and ileum)

Polypeptides

Amino acids

Carboxypeptidase, aminopeptidase, dipeptidase

Brush border of the small intestine

Carbohydrate

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