Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to dextrin: Maltodextrin
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Words related to dextrin

any of various polysaccharides obtained by hydrolysis of starch

References in periodicals archive ?
KEY WORDS: abalone, Haliotis discus, carbohydrate source, dextrin, glucose, corn starch, a-cellulose, maltose, sucrose, wheat flour
In order to confirm that dextrin was successfully coated on the surface of NPs, FT-IR analysis was done.
It can be assumed that this wastewater is comprised of acids, such as acetic, butyric, propionic, butyric and lactic acids, and the products of amylose and amylopectin degradation, such as dextrin, oligosaccharides and monosaccharides (data non published).
A controlled human study published in the journal Food Science and Technology Research demonstrated that oral intake of Glico Nutrition's Cluster Dextrin, a formulation of Highly Branched Cyclic Dextrin (HBCD), dramatically increased endurance and benefited performance in athletic trials.
1) is an extracellular enzyme, which splits a-1, 4- glycosidic bonds of starch and produces glucose, maltose and alpha limit dextrin [1].
To this end, cobalt ferrite nanoparticles with dextrin coating were synthesized through chemical deposition method, and they were studied as negative contrast agent.
As shown in Figure 2, by decreasing the protein content with the addition of carbohydrates, both dextrin and cellulose decreased the wet strength of the isolate, but not down to as low as the wet strengths for the soy flour or concentrate alone.
Energy-enhancing supplements, especially malto dextrin, which is available in a powder form or incorporated into bars, seems to work for many trainers.
As part of the continuing trend toward natural products, German scientists set out to evaluate the off-flavor masking potential of pea dextrin as an alternative to HPBCD and maltodextrin, a polysaccharide used as an inexpensive food additive to thicken products.
Avoid Added Sugar: When you read a food label, look out for: corn syrup, cane sugar, brown sugar, brown sugar syrup, dextrin, dextrose, dried cane syrup, glucose, fructose, high-fructose corn syrup, honey, invert sugar, lactose, maltodextrin, maltose, mannitol, molasses, natural sweeteners, polydextrose, raw sugar, sucrose syrup, turbinado sugar, xylitol, organic evaporated cane juice, evaporated cane juice, evaporated cane juice crystals, evaporated cane sugar and maple syrup.
50, comprised of a polysaccharide derivative selected from the group of esters or ethers of starch, cellulose, dextrin or a hemicellulose, wherein the substituent is selected from aromatic radicals having 6 to 18 carbon atoms, alicyclic groups having 6 to 12 carbon atoms and at least two conjugated unsaturated bonds, and linear or branched aliphatic hydrocarbyls having at least two conjugated unsaturated bonds, and mixtures of two or more, and wherein the polysaccharide is comprised, in addition to a first substituent comprised of the substituent with conjugated unsaturated bonds, a second substituent bonded by ester or ether bonds to the polysaccharide, wherein the second substituent is comprised of a hydrocarbyl radical derived from a C2-20 aliphatic group.
Positive for L-alaninamide, a-ketovaleric acid, dextrin and acetic acid; whereas negative for pyruvic acid, alanine, pyruvatic acid methyl ester, thymidine, glutamic acid, AY-hydroxybutyric acid, adenosine, thymidine-5'-Monophosphate, succinic acid mono-methyl ester and D-lactic acid methyl ester (Biolog GP2 MicroPlate system; BIOLOG, USA).
As a result, real degree of fermentation is high, attenuation and residual dextrin are low, and it's dry.
introduced several types of gluten-free flour made with rice flour, cornstarch and tapioca dextrin - Recipe Ready Flour, Seasoned Flour and Pizza Crust Mix.
Selectively fermented compounds that may confer health benefits to the host are known as prebiotics and includes products such as psyllium fibre, oat [beta]-glucans, polydextrose, wheat dextrin, acacia gum, banana, whole grain wheat and whole grain corn.