polysaccharide


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Synonyms for polysaccharide

any of a class of carbohydrates whose molecules contain chains of monosaccharide molecules

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Similar responses were exhibited by sulfated polysaccharide from the brown seaweed Dictyopteris delicatula.
Un-extracted supplements do not display polysaccharide content and they remain trapped inside the cells of mushrooms.
He and his students are focused on finding enzymes that can break down long chains of sugars found in plants, called polysaccharides, with an eye on producing biofuels and other chemical products more efficiently.
To achieve highly purified capsular polysaccharides for polysaccharide and conjugate vaccines, the selection of the culture medium is crucial [19,20].
The vascular permeability evaluated by Evans blue leakage at 30 min in the paw edema model was not altered, indicating that EP-Mt edematogenic effect is not of osmotic nature, different from that elicited by the polysaccharide dextran (Lo, Almeida, & Beaven, 1982).
When cells reached more than 80% confluence, the medium was replaced and cells were incubated with different concentrations 5,10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 and 40 1/4g/100 1/41 of Ganoparticle solution and Crude polysaccharide extract taken from the Stock solution 5mg/ml.
The clearance index and phagocytic index were calculated to demonstrate the immune functions of polysaccharide preparations (Hou et al.
The contributions that make up the main body of the text are devoted to the rheological characterization of hydrogels, hydrogel mesh size evaluation, dynamic light scattering, NMR methodologies in the study of plysaccharides, small-angel neutron scattering of polysaccharide hydrogels, stimuli-responsive polysaccharide-based hydrogels, and other related subjects.
The indigestible polysaccharide was fractionated using anion-exchange chromatography on a DEAE-650 M column and eluted with a 20 mM Tris buffer followed by a sodium chloride gradient (0-0.
In experiments using a water solution and grapefruit oil, a common beverage flavoring, adding a 1-percent or less concentration of the polysaccharide produced emulsions (blends of two or more substances that normally cannot be mixed) that remained stable beyond the trial's 72-hour evaluation period.
14] include the following: Okra contains special fibres which could be used to manage blood glucose levels; Mucilage in okra mop bad cholesterol and toxic substances in the body; Purgative properties of the polysaccharide are useful in bowel purification; The fibre contains valuable nutrients for intestinal microorganisms; Okra is an effective remedy for ulcers, it is used to counteract the acids; Okra is applied as treatment for pulmonary inflammations and bowel irritation.
Consequently, the objectives of this research are isolation and identification of polysaccharide producing microalgae strain from fresh water, study of factors influencing of growth and polysaccharide production conditions.
In this study, total polysaccharide from brittle star [Ophiocoma erinaceus (O.
Ultrasound-assisted extraction (UAE) of pectic polysaccharide from oriental tobacco leaves was studied by orthogonal matrix method (L9(3)4).
The detergent is free of an external structurant selected from the group consisting of non-polymeric hydroxyl-containing materials, microfibrillated celluloses, polyacrylates, polysaccharides, polysaccharide derivatives and mixtures thereof.