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Absorption of Chymotrypsin from the Intestinal Tract

Naturevolume 199page815 (1963) | Download Citation

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THE primary objective of work reported here was to determine whether an intact enzyme can be absorbed from the gastro-intestinal tract of adult animals retaining its enzymatic activity.

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    Kabacoff, B. L., Umhey, M., Wohlman, A., and Avakian, S., J. Pharm. Sci. (in the press).

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  1. Denver Chemical Manufacturing Co., Stamford, Connecticut

    • B. L. KABACOFF
    • , ALAN WOHLMAN
    • , MARIA UMHEY
    •  & S. AVAKIAN

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