bromelain


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bromelain

[′brō·mə‚lān]
(biochemistry)
An enzyme that digests protein and clots milk; prepared by precipitation by acetone from pineapple juice; used to tenderize meat, to chill-proof beer, and to make protein hydrolysates. Also spelled bromelin.
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These include pancreatin, a pancreatic enzyme; papain, derived from papayas; and bromelain, derived from pineapples.
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