cerelose

cerelose

[′sir·ə‚lōs]
(biochemistry)
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Entre os solutos pesquisados se encontram a cerelose (Martinez et al., 2007), maltose (Ferrari et al., 2005), maltodextrina (Azuara et al., 2002), manitol (Rodrigues & Fernandes, 2007), sorbitol (Rizzolo et al., 2007) e trealose (Ferrando & Spiess, 2001).
Until then, Cerelose was added to the percolated coffee extracts based on a 50/50 solubles ratio.
It is marketed in many forms: Cerelose [R] general monohydrate, coarse grades, anhydrous and liquid dextrose; Royal-T dextrose with maltodextrin; Unidex [R] agglomerated dextrose; Royal [R] glucose liquid; and Versatose [R] glucose syrup.