What are zymogens? - MyTecNika


What are zymogens?

 What are zymogens? 

 Zymogens, or proenzymes, are enzymes buried in inactiveform.Under certain conditions a zymogen shifts to the active form of the enzyme. Zymogen concealment in general be because the enzyme exertion can harm the secretory towel. 

 For illustration, the pepsinogen buried by the stomach becomes active under acid pH turning into the enzyme pepsin. Other well- known zymogens are trypsinogen and chymotrypsinogen, 

 enzymes that are buried by the exocrine pancreas and which come trypsin and chymotrypsin