Henrik L. Luessen

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Purpose. The evaluation of the inhibitory action of two mucoadhesive poly(acrylates), polycarbophil and carbomer, registered by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), on the intestinal proteolytic enzyme trypsin. Methods. The effect of the polymers on trypsin activity by measuring the degradation of a trypsin specific substrate. Binding of Ca2+ ions and(More)
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