Distinguish between renin and rennin.

Answer:

The difference between renin and rennin is given below.

Rennin

Renin

Rennin is a proteolytic enzyme which is useful in milk coagulation.

Renin (Angiotensin) is a physiological hormone system involved in the regulation of arterial blood pressure and plasma sodium concentration.

It is present in the infant’s gastric juice produced by gastric glands.

It is a hormone produced by JG (juxtaglomerular) cells of the kidney.

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