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Synonyms for carrageenan

a colloidal extract from carrageen seaweed and other red algae


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Carrageenan is a thickener that's derived from seaweed.
After reviewing available research on carrageenan safety, particularly a new study of piglets that is representative of human infants consuming carrageenan in infant formula, JECFA concluded that "the use of carrageenan in infant formula or formula for special medical purposes at concentrations up to 1000 mg/L is not of concern."
For this reason, natural polyamines such as chitosan and synthetic ones such as polyethylenimines were used to improve the carrageenan gels' thermal stabilities [17].
Carrageenans are a family of sulphated linear polysaccharides consisting of (1 [right arrow] 3)-linked [beta]-galactose and (1 [right arrow] 4)-linked [alpha]-D-galactose units, which are variously substituted and modified to the 3,6-anhydro derivative, depending on the source and extraction conditions [8].
"Traditionally, carrageenan has played an important role in the formulation of dairy puddings, custards and vlas, yet it is viewed by consumers in some European countries as an unacceptable ingredient.
From the optimization procedure, the best formula for viscosity was obtained at the combined level of 0.0652% (w/w) CMC-Na, 0.1070% (w/w) xanthan gum and 0.1485% (w/w) carrageenan, and the other group of 0.0623% (w/w) CMC-Na, 0.1375% (w/w) xanthan gum and 0.1461% (w/w) carrageenan for cloudiness.
She said carrageenan came from seaweeds (known locally as guso or gulamang dagat) and is organic since it is edible.
The Carrageenan PGP is already being launched nationwide by various technology adopters, distributing it through various dealers, cooperatives and other possible arrangements.
The second, US 10,213,368 B2 (Xiaoxiao Li, Yujun Li, Ross Strand, Andrew Frederic Broth, William Michael Glandorf, Steven Carl Burgess, Xiujun Xu), covers an oral care composition that contains a stannous chloride source; a thickening agent consisting of carrageenan and xanthan gum; water; a humectant selected from the group consisting of glycerin, sorbitol, xylitol, butylene glycol, polyethylene glycol, propylene glycol, and combinations thereof; a dental abrasive consisting of precipitated silica; and a fluoride ion source.
Carrageenan is an anionic polysaccharide that can potentially electrosterically stabilize zein nanoparticles by interacting with their outer layer.
Briefly, 0.1 mL carrageenan (1% w/v) in saline was administered in the subplantar area of the right hind paw.
Our goal was to investigate the anti-inflammatory effect of PGB at different doses in carrageenan (CAR)-induced paw edema as well as its effects on serum pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokine levels in rats.