dextrin

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any of various polysaccharides obtained by hydrolysis of starch

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Thus glucose, maltose and limit dextrins are the end products of glucoamylase action.
Abomasal glucose, maize starch and maize dextrin infusions in cattle: Small intestinal disappearance, net portal glucose flux and ileal oligosaccharide flow.
They involved adding dextrin into a batter formulation, and using a package containing a susceptor material, which improves heat transmission and increases the temperatures reached in the microwave.
But according to a 2005 report by the National Academy of Sciences, "there are no human studies to support a laxative benefit from ingestion of indigestible dextrins.
Assuming this trade agreement is approved by EU ministers, Montenegrin duties for casein glues and other glues of animal origin; glues based on starches, or on dextrins or other modified starches would vanish, as would EU duties on such products manufactured in Montenegro.
Effect of Arabinoxylans, Beta-glucans, and Dextrins on the Viscosity and Membrane Filterability of Beer
Featuring efficacious functionality, these all-natural and unrefined sweeteners are made by a patented process for combining mono and di-saccharides from fruit(s) with specially developed medium and long chain dextrins from grain(s).
converted into soluble carbohydrates, maltose and dextrins, and by evaporation reduced to a dry powder consisting of maltose, dextrins, proteins and salts" to be mixed with a prescribed amount of milk.
The company's coating technology coats the dry core material (while it is mechanically fluidized) with atomized layers of product dissolved in a solvent or water mixed with binders such as cellulose derivatives, dextrins, emulsifiers, protein derivatives, starch derivatives, clay, lime, or other chemicals.
Dextrins belong to a class of low-molecular-weight carbohydrates degradation products madefrom starch manufactured by a process called pyrolysis.
Resistant dextrins or resistant malto-dextrins (RS dextrins) are mixed and random glycosidic linkages -1-4 and 1-6 glucosidic bonds from starch and 1-2 and 1-3 bonds, from transglucosidation.
They also used commercially available starch derivatives, such as dextrins, as shell materials.
Natural products - starches, dextrins, bitumens, albumen, casein, gelatins, rosin.
The report also has research summaries on Maltodextrins, Dextrins (Pyrodextrins) and Hydrocolloids & Gums.
RnR Market Research adds market research reports by S K Patil & Associates on global dextrins market as well as multiple reports on starch industry covering corn starch, value added modified starches and more