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Following, this question -

Do humans produce rennin? Rennin does not exist. And What inactivates pepsin in infants?

Rennin exist.

What do I know is-

Rennin is found in calves and acts on milk to curdle it.

Pepsin acts as rennin at pH of 6-6.5 and curdles milk.

Humans have pepsin, in infants as well as adults. Pepsin can perform both functions in humans.

So, in infants, is curdling of milk done by rennin or the rennin like activity of pepsin?

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marked as duplicate by Anubhav Goel, kmm, David, anongoodnurse, Bryan Krause Sep 13 '17 at 16:06

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  • $\begingroup$ @JM97 I read that answer before, but it says rennin exist in infants while in my question I am following a link which advocates, it does not. In, this post I wish to culminate both these, link together what really perform this function. $\endgroup$ – Anubhav Goel Sep 9 '17 at 2:06
  • $\begingroup$ @David Please dont make this post duplicate to 2 posts that advocate 2 opposite things.. $\endgroup$ – Anubhav Goel Sep 9 '17 at 2:16
  • $\begingroup$ @Anubhav Please see the EDIT in another homo sapiens answer. $\endgroup$ – JM97 Sep 9 '17 at 3:49
  • $\begingroup$ @AnubhavGoel — The two posts that between them certainly cover your question do not advocate anything. They ask questions. The answers may express different opinions or assumptions, but that is par for the course. It would perhaps be better if those two questions were merged to provide a more useful single resource, but that may be difficult to do now. You are asking for a clear cut answer when the answers to the other questions indicate there isn't one. I suggest you read them carefully and take from them what you can. Then it hardly matters which your post is classed as a duplicate of. $\endgroup$ – David Sep 9 '17 at 8:28

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