What is amylopsin is it similar to pancreatic amylase?
Dear student Amylopsin, the starch-digesting enzym, appears to be very similar to ptyalin in its power to digest carbohydrates. Amylopsin completes the digestion of starch that was begun by the saliva.Amylopsin (also known as pancreatic amylase) is an enzyme present in the duodenum (a part of the small intestine). Amylase is a protein made by your pancreas and by glands in and around your mouth and throat. It helps you break down carbohydrates and starches into sugar. It's normal to have some amylase in your blood. Regards