gelling agent


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gelling agent

[′jel·iŋ ‚ā·jənt]
(materials)
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Sodium alginate is the main gelling agent used now for inkjet bioprinting, but has some compatibility problems with certain cell types.
The soft, assorted fruit drops contain pectin, a gelling agent that helps prevent the drops from melting and sticking together.
Formulation and evaluation of topical diclofenac sodium gel using different gelling agent.
Freezer jams require no cooking, the fruit is simply crushed with sugar, lemon juice and Certo (Certo is made from the skins of pressed apples or citrus fruit which are natural sources of pectin, a soluble fibre that works as a natural gelling agent.
A patented, optimized combination of phospholipids and polysaccharides, Siligel is a natural gelling agent that leaves an amazing silicone-like skin feel.
The setting properties of the mallow sap were found to be most appealing and, when gelatine came along, it soon replaced mallow sap as the gelling agent, but the sweet treats persisted.
Then emulsion is incorporated into gel base and an optimized formula of emulgel with different grades and different concentration of gelling agent by applying suitable statistical design is obtained.
The results showed that combination of low light intensity, phytagel as gelling agent and TDZ - NAA was very effective for high frequency shoot regeneration after 3 weeks culture.
In parallel with the melanin batteries, the team is also making edible batteries with other biomaterials such as pectin, a natural compound from plants used as a gelling agent in jams and jellies.
She mixed dye with carrageenan-a gelling agent derived from seaweeds, which her family in Cebu manufactures-to create one-off patterns for her envelope purses.
A common gelling agent and thickener, gelatin is derived from the bones and skins of cows, pigs, or fish.
A gelling agent that sticks to the skin when lit ablaze, it can be mixed with a fuel like petroleum to produce a fire than burns at more than 5,000 degrees Fahrenheit.