Pepsinogens: physiology, pharmacology pathophysiology and exercise.


Human gastric mucosa contains aspartic proteinases that can be separated electrophoretically on the basis of their physical properties into two major groups: Pepsinogen I (PGA, PGI); and Pepsinogen II (PGC, PGII). Pepsinogens consist of a single polypeptide chain with molecular weight of approximately 42,000 Da. Pepsinogens are mainly synthesized and… (More)


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