Summary of Digestión de proteínas y absorción de aminoácidos

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This video discusses the process of protein digestion and absorption. It explains that proteins are first broken down into amino acids, which are then transported into the body by transport proteins. Once inside the body, these amino acids are broken down by peptidases into their constituent peptides.

  • 00:00:00 This video discusses the digestion of proteins and the absorption of amino acids. It begins by looking at where proteins are located on the human body, with focus on the digestive system. The video then covers the different stages of digestion, starting with the mouth and moving on to the stomach and small intestine. It discusses the role of the acid clorhídrico in protein digestion, and goes on to talk about the production of peptides in the duodenum. Finally, it discusses the excretion of peptides and proteins in the urine and feces.
  • 00:05:00 This video explains how proteins are digested and absorbed. The first step is to activate the gene or the tripsin. Leaving actress Inma at the tripsin in active form, we'll look at this in the reaction. If we have the trentino gene or one that is secreted in the pancreas, then the cual by the which by the entero peptidasa is in the duodenum breaks the trips and does not gen or and leaves tripsina the tripsina is the one that does the digestion of proteins. Well between reaction, we saw this in the video of the pancreatic juice well the tripsina now also can activate lackey motor China ale the rates or wings carboxipeptidasa air or basically all the enzymes that secrete the pancreas well. Then three chinas tridentina and the rates are all in 2 peptidasas, that is, they are going to break peptide unions in the interior of the polypeptide chain. This is the one that cannot break here, here and here. Ya here all is done by the interior, but never in the extremes. These three enzymes end up leaving as products small peptides. Well the three of them leave peptides small
  • 00:10:00 This video discusses the absorption of proteins and amino acids, and the process of protein digestion. It also discusses the role of transport proteins in this process. Amino acids are absorbed into the body through two pathways: one in which it is transported by a sodium and potassium transport protein, and the other in which it is transported by an electro-genetic transport protein. Once inside the body, these amino acids are broken down by peptidases into their constituent peptides.

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