monosodium glutamate

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Synonyms for monosodium glutamate

white crystalline compound used as a food additive to enhance flavor

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Stating that food additives in the Sodium Glutamate are authorized to be used in accordance with UAE's standards, as well as international standards such as the Codex Alimentarius & European Standards.
The rumours also claimed that Sodium Glutamate, which is also known as MSG (monosodium glutamate) can affect the brain cells of children, liver and kidneys.
Also say a complete no to MSG or mono sodium glutamate that is mostly found in Chinese cuisine.
Colombo, June 24 -- The Consumer Affairs Authority (CAA) has instructed the Sri Lanka Customs to stop consignments of rejected Maggi Noodle from India being released to the importers because they are said to contain high levels of Mono Sodium Glutamate (MSG).
Tersperse(r)2700 (a dispersant), 1-naphthalene sulfonic acid, sodium salt (a wetter), lignosulfonic acid, sodium salt (a dispersant-cum-binder), sodium acetate (a disintegrant), sodium alginate and sodium glutamate (as nutritive sources as well as protectant) were selected as basic components for WG-conidia formulation as they were not harmful to MPs with germination beyond 80%, when conidia were exposed to these additives.
The crispy snack that is free from mono sodium glutamate and unhealthy preservatives, will be available in all the shops in Doha shortly," Elias said.
DepEd also prohibits the use of mono sodium glutamate or vetsin in food.
The following compounds were purchased from Sigma Chemical Company, USA: bovine serum albumin (BSA), clonidine hydrochloride (CLO), disodium-ATP, isoproterenol hydrochloride (ISO), 2-mercaptoethanol, ouabain octahydrate, prazosin hydrochloride (PRA), phenylephrine hydrochloride (PHE), propranolol hydrochloride (PROP), sodium glutamate, 3,5,3'-L-triiodothyronine ([T.sub.3]), L-thyroxine ([T.sub.4]), 3,3,5'-L-triiodothyronine (reverse [T.sub.3] or r-[T.sub.3]), 3,5-L-diiodothyronine ([T.sub.2]), Tris-ATP, yohimbine hydrochloride (YOH), dibutyryl 3',5'-cyclic adenosine monophosphate sodium salt (DB cAMP), and sodium orthovanadate.
Genetic variation in sensitivity to 6-n-propylthiourcacil, a bitter compound, or variations in sensitivity to mono sodium glutamate will impact consumption of bitter foods (Tepper et al., 2009) and dietary proteins (Luscombe-Marsh, Smeets & Westerterp-Plantenga, 2008), respectively.