gum acacia


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gum arabic, acacia, gum acacia

A white, powdery, water-soluble gum, extracted from certain acacia trees; used in the manufacture of adhesives and transparent paints.
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The animals were treated with 3% gum acacia, EEMM or aspirin in the respective groups for 4 days starting from the day of pouch formation.
The holes were aseptically filled with reference antibiotic solutions(streptomycin and ampicillin 1mg/ml), different samples of extracts (5mg/ml, 50mg/ml, 100mg/ml) and gum acacia solution in such a manner that reference solution were filled in hole numbered 1 and 2 respectively and gum acacia in hole number 3.
It was concluded that gum acacia is a very useful fuel wood tree in the country.
Suspension of test compounds (150 mcg/ml) were prepared in 2% gum acacia.
as positive control, whereas the sixth group kept as vehicle control (2% gum acacia suspension).
The hydrocolloids that were evaluated by the researchers included three gum acacias, three modified starches and one modified gum acacia from different commercial sources.
This updated status permits the use of modified gum acacia in a wide variety of foods and beverages.
Galactose, sucrose (all from BDH chemicals, England), Gum acacia, pectins and corn starch (from Hopkins and Williams Laboratory Reagents, Essex, England) were used.
One explanation could be that in order to maintain uniformity in the dosage forms of all the drugs, a suspension of scopolamine in gum acacia was used instead of a solution.
to 100 PEG-75 lanolin 0.2 Gum acacia 25-40.0 Germaben II 1.0
Access full Report with TOC Covering 200+ Topics @ https://www.factmr.com/report/2223/emulsion-stabilizer-beverages-market Gum Acacia Continues to be a High-Volume, Low Revenue Product Gum acacia is the highly utilized emulsion stabilizer and is predominantly distributed by a handful of exporters as the production remains highly concentrated in Sudan which dominates over 80% of the global exports.