cyclodextrin


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cyclodextrin

[¦sī·klō′dek·strən]
(biochemistry)
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At the University of Tokyo, the amount of clathrate in the cyclic molecules (cyclodextrin) of a molecular necklace (polyrotaxane) was controlled and given free movement in a linear polymer, thereby crosslinking bonded cyclic molecules, cyclodextrin or a component of Slide-Ring material.
By enhancing research efforts in the field of cyclodextrin technology, our emphasis will be on developing new and advanced applications in growth markets, such as smart polymers, functional coatings and environmental remediation, said Dr.
Herein, we present a novel highly sensitive and selective enhanced ECL method to detect o-aminophenol on the basis of doughnut-shaped structure of the cyclodextrin, using CdSe quantum dots as a luminophores.
Population characteristics of cyclodextrin complex stabilities in aqueous solution.
And no one knows whether inhaling or eating cyclodextrin would produce the results seen in mice, Saey says.
While these benefits for obese and diabetic volunteers are certainly compelling, the fat-blocking benefits of alpha cyclodextrin were just as dramatic in healthy individuals.
The upper aperture of the torus shaped cyclodextrin has a larger circumference than the base aperture.
Studies show that cyclodextrins competitively bind and inhibit pancreatic [alpha]-amylase, indicating a mechanism whereby [alpha]-cyclodextrin can reduce post-prandial glucose loads.
Keywords Coatings, Encapsulated corrosion inhibitor, Cyclodextrin, Inclusion complex, Controlled released
The researchers added several aroma compounds of varying chemical functionality to slurries of each of the cyclodextrins, at aroma to cyclodextrin molar ratios of 0.
US Patent 8,741,977 (June 3,2014), "Foam Compositions and Articles including Cyclodextrin Crosslinked with Polyurethane Prepolymer and Preparation thereof," Anne Marie Paule Wibaux and Bert Paesen (Avery Dennison Corp.
Sun's group has developed cyclodextrin derivatives that, despite substitution of the hydroxyl groups, remain insoluble in water.