An Introduction to Proteolytic Enzymes

Since ancient times, Egyptians and Arabians knew that there exists an invisible force that transforms one substance into another- a mysterious force that enables all living things to change or evolve. Over the course of time, man's unquenchable thirst for knowledge and understanding lead to the discovery of the various substances responsible for these transformations. Today, these substances are commonly referred to as enzymes. 

Enzymes are energized protein molecules present in all living organisms. Enzymes are responsible for catalyzing and regulating all the biochemical reactions that occur within the body. Thus, it is referred to as a biocatalyst. In fact, without enzymes, there would be no possibility of life in plants, animals, or in humans. 

Enzymes are complex structures and are individually assigned with specific tasks. This is done so in order for each to be able to perform with great efficiency. This is nature's way of conserving energy to be able to provide balance. Each of these enzymes performs a particular task so as not to over exert and drain itself. Therefore, each is able to continuously accomplish its job without fail. And with these enzymes working together, the body is able to develop and perform to its full potential. When you think about it, you can well appreciate the logic behind such principle.  

In 1930, eighty enzymes were discovered and identified. The specific areas with which each enzyme reacts were identified, as well as the particular effect it produces. However by 1993, there are more than 2,700 known and classified enzymes. Yet, such number does not indicate that all the active substances responsible for evolution have been identified. 

As mentioned, enzymes are necessary for the proper functioning of the entire metabolism of the body. Each enzyme is related to all the rest that even a single minute error or disturbance can cause diseases. Again, each enzyme works on a specific task and if one does not function as it is supposed to, then there is a general effect.  

A particular type of enzyme that is making quite a buzz in the medical field is proteolytic enzyme. Proteolyitic enzymes are enzymes that initiating protein catabolism by hydrolysis of the peptide bonds that link amino acids together in the polypeptide chain. 

Proteolytic enzymes regulate the protein function in the body. It is able to sufficiently break down dietary nutrients, which the body needs. Moreover, these enzymes have the capacity to dissolve dead tissues without harming the living tissues. 

There are actually several kinds of proteolytic enzymes and each is designated with a particular type of nutrient to break down. There are starch digesting enzymes, protein digesting enzymes, cellulose digesting enzymes and lipid-digesting enzymes.


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