What is the use of digestive enzymes?

Any enzyme which uses hydrolysis (breaking a molecule in two, resulting in two smaller molecules) is called a hydrolase.

In chemical digestion, hydrolysis is the main chemical reaction used by the enzymes to break proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and other complex molecules into smaller pieces.

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