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Synonyms for gelatin

a colorless water-soluble glutinous protein obtained from animal tissues such as bone and skin


an edible jelly (sweet or pungent) made with gelatin and used as a dessert or salad base or a coating for foods

a thin translucent membrane used over stage lights for color effects


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Here again, NGIL has taken the lead through R&D to manufacture gelatin from other sources than from the conventional bones.
Calculated amounts of chitosan (2 wt%) and gelatin (15 wt%) were separately dissolved in 10 mL TFA via magnetic stirring.
Star-K said, "Kosher gelatin is derived from kosher animal sources.
Covering a gel-capsule-type medication with a thin coating of fish gelatin would likely slow down natural oxidation.
Just shooting gelatin, without knowing temperature and bullet velocity, tells you nothing.
Other desserts use gelatin to stabilize them and include Italian meringues, marshmallows, chiffon pies, Bavarian cream, panna cotta, whipped cream, and other gelled desserts.
4gm of gelatin were mixed in 75ml water and were left to soak for 10 minutes.
This graph shows how different gelatin flavors compare in melting time.
Prepare the gelatin according to the package, and pour it in the pan.
The patient had received a shot of Fluzone, which contains influenza viral components, egg protein (contained in all brands of influenza vaccine), gelatin, and thimerosal.
Your film is a plastic strip, which is coated with light-sensitive silver halide crystals that float in a hardened gelatin.
Under the terms of the agreement, Ashland's fine ingredients division (FID) will market Vyse Gelatin's complete line of customized pork, beef, bone and fish gelatin products in the U.
Gelatin replacement in yogurt is made easy with Danisco Cultor's new pectin for acidified dairy systems.
Gelatin is an animal protein that comes from the hides and bones of cows and pigs.