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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of papain

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Derived Form of papain

plural: papains
a proteolytic enzyme obtained from the unripe papaya; used as a meat tenderizer
Type ofenzyme,

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  1. So papaya has papain, I'm sure you've heard of papain.
  2. how papain or other what dose of a papain will help you.
  3. papain.
  4. The papain found in the latex that exudes from the shell decreases with the ripening of the
  5. like papain from papayas or bromelain from pineapples.
  6. this has Papain Enzyme and alpha hydroxy acid
  7. actinadin, and it's similar to bromelain and papain, but in clinical studies, kiwi helps
  8. it's called papain, it comes from the Dehydrated papaya seeds
  9. Papain found in papaya, actinidain found in kiwis, ficin found in figs, and zingerbene
  10. Bromelain is from pineapple really from the stem, and papain is commonly found in the
  11. to actinidain, and bromelain, and papain.
  12. Along with the Papain enzymes, it is also a good source of antioxidants and nutrients
  13. next one we got papaya. It has a very specific enzyme called papain, which
  14. hydrolysis. Meat proteins have very large molecules and in hydrolysis papain makes
  15. them smaller but the most interesting thing to me is that the papain is not
  16. everything together just like I said it previously the concentration of papain
  17. It comes from so many of the sources such as Bromelain and Papain are digestive enzymes
  18. agent like papain or baking soda, so for best results toss in a half teaspoon of one of
  19. other enzyme is called papain.
  20. So, the papain act as an enzymatic dissociate.