Phecozyme is made more complex than Phecolax by the introduction of additional phenyl salicylate and of pancreatin.
Synergia is claimed to be composed of pepsin, pancreatin, veg.
The toxic agent is destroyed or rendered inactive in alkaline solution by a typical hydrolytic ferment, pancreatin.
pancreatin has an alkaline reaction, and putrefies very quickly.
Control feedings with an emulsion of one-half gram each of pepsin and pancreatin proved inactive.
pancreatin and carbonate of potash, of each 10 gr.; balm water, 21⁄2 fl.
The enzyme, pancreatin, is the active ingredient, and may be prepared from the intestines of the pig.
Digestives—pepsin, pancreatin, muriatic acid and the various bitter tonics.
Even when rendered acid, pancreatin does not lose its power of emulsifying fatty bodies.
Among these are tablets consisting simply of pepsin and pancreatin.
pancreatin pan·cre·a·tin (pāng'krē-ə-tĭn, pān'-, pān-krē'ə-tĭn)
A mixture of pancreatic juice enzymes, such as amylase, lipase, and trypsin, extracted from animals such as cattle or hogs and used as a digestive aid.