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algin

[′al·jən]
(materials)
A hydrophilic polysaccharide extracted from brown algae, such as giant kelp.
(organic chemistry)
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This does not correlate to the study done by Algin et al who found that a RI of >0.7 is statistically significant in depiction of malignancy in thyroid nodule.
The frozen sake mold is then immersed in an algin bath to make gelatin spheres.
ALMOND AND BLACK SESAME SPHERES IN GINGER SYRUP Algin Water: (make a day in advance) INGREDIENTS 1.5l distilled water 12g sodium alginate 1.
ALMOND AND BLACK SESAME Black sesame sphereS IN SPHERES IN GINGER SYRUP Algin Water: (make a day in advance) INGREDIENTS 1.5l distilled water 12g sodium alginate 1.
Alginic acid also called algin or alginate is an anionic polysaccharide found in brown seaweed and marine algae such as Laminaria hyperborea, Ascophyllum nodosum, and Macrocystis pyrifera [61].
Smith, Algin Scabby Robe, Randall Paskemin and Wayne Silas Jr., is a debut solo recording; Largo's cadance and grace shines through her songs about Native womanhood and the magical dreams of winter.
En el inicio de las observaciones y hasta 72 d., aproximadamente se podia notar, entre las ninfas contadas en cada hoja, la prevalencia de algin instar, asi como una clara estratificacion por estado de desarrollo (Figura 3).
This coarse estimate is used to algin the range Doppler locus of a moving target.
Algin O, Algin E, Gokalp G, Ocakoglu G, Erdogan C, Saraydaroglu O, et al.
Adult consumers are interested in products they believe will improve their quality of life, but the buying decision between natural and organic products often hinges on price, Vladimir Algin, spokesperson for Manzana Products Co.
In terms of its chemical composition, alginic acid, also called algin or alginate, is a polysaccharide or carbohydrate molecule and it is obtained by extracting alginate salts from the cell walls of brown seaweeds.