Renin and enterokination enzymes function Digestion is a process of converting food substances that are still hard or large into smaller or finer substances to be used as nutrients that are useful as a source of energy for every living body. In humans, the digestive process takes place from the mouth and ends at the anus. The mouth, which is the initial organ in the digestive process, is responsible for breaking down food particles so that the food eaten turns into soft particles that are easy for further processing.

The anus is a channel that serves for the disposal of waste or food residue that cannot be digested by the stomach. The digestive system in humans involves various organs to carry out these digestive activities. The tools that function to help the digestive process are the mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, pancreas and also anus. In these organs can produce enzymes that can help the digestive process. Well, for now I will discuss about the function of the enzyme renin and the function of enterokinasi which is produced from the digestive system organs in humans.

Renin enzyme function

First I will discuss about the function of the enzyme renin. However, before we discuss further about the function of the renin enzyme, I will first discuss the meaning of the renin enzyme first. Renin enzyme is an enzyme that has a very important role in the protein digestion process. This enzyme helps to digest milk for young babies. Enzyme is an organic catalyst obtained from the body of every living thing.

In the human body can produce various kinds of enzymes that are different and have different functions. Enzymes contained in the body can be used to help carry out or also to speed up chemical reactions that occur in the body. The role of enzymes in the body is very important, especially in terms of metabolism and also maintaining a biochemical energy. Enzymes produced by the body have a very important function for everything, one of which is for digestive activities. Renin is an enzyme that belongs to aspartic proteinases in the enzyme family. Renin enzyme is also an enzyme that is produced from the baby’s stomach renin enzyme function This is very important to help the process of digestion of breast milk in a baby.

Enterokination function

In the above review, we have discussed and explained the function of the renin enzyme, which is to help the digestive process of breast milk in the baby’s stomach, now we will discuss enterokination function which is the same function to help the digestive process. One of the functions of enterokination in the digestive process is to activate an erepsinogen into an erepsin so that it can activate trypsinogen into a trypsin and then convert trypsin into peptone and converted into amino acids.