sutilains

sutilains

 [soo´tĭ-lāns]
proteolytic enzymes derived from a strain of Bacillus subtilis used for wound débridement.
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sutilains

(soo′tĭ-lāns)
Proteolytic enzymes derived from the bacterium Bacillus subtilis. Calculated on the dry basis, they contain not less than 2,500,000 USP casein units. They are used in ointment form to débride necrotic lesions, such as burns.

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This product should be kept away from the eyes.
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