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- Holló, J.; László, E.; Hoschke, A.
- DieStärke = 1975 v.27 no.7 pp. 232-235
- cellulose; fructose; glucose; isomerases; isomerization; saccharification; starch; syrups
- ... A method has been developed for the simultaneous application of saccharification with
amyloglucosidase and isomerization with glucose isomerase. The procedure was tested with
dissolved enzymes in pilot plant scale. Further research was conducted for the continuous
application of glucose isomerase bound to DEAE cellulose and simultaneous continuous
application of intracellul ...
- Kassenbeck, P.
- DieStärke = 1975 v.27 no.7 pp. 217-227
- amylose; staining; starch granules; wheat starch
- ... Electron microscope investigations of the fine structure of wheat starch granules were carried out using a combined fixation and staining technique. It was found that amylose is particularly concentrated in the nucleus. Uranophilic layers seem to indicate the presence of protein in the outermost surface regions of the starch granules. The radial orientation of the helicoidal unit chains of amylo‐p ...
- Franck, R.
- DieStärke = 1975 v.27 no.7 pp. 241-245
- additives; carbohydrate metabolism; chemistry; circulatory system; drugs; enteral feeding; food law; fructose; mannitol; parenteral feeding; sorbitol; sugar substitutes; sweetness; xylitol
- ... In chemistry, sugar substitutes are sugar‐like substances of sweet taste having a
caloric value which do not involve an effect upon carbohydrate metabolism or at least do so to
a lesser degree than ordinary sugar (saccharose). Examples of such substances are above all
fructose and the polyalcohols, sorbitol, xylitol and mannitol. The new Act on Foods and
Articles of Daily U ...