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xanthan

[′zan·thən]
(biochemistry)
A polysaccharide produced by Xanthomonas campestris that is used in oil recovery to help improve water flooding and oil displacement.
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Commercially, the hydrocolloid is produced by fermentation using bacterial Xanthomonas campestris and the global xanthan market has progressively increased, at an annual rate of 5-10% [6].
Fufeng Group (HKG:0546), the world's largest MSG and xanthan gum producer and supplier, uses fermentation technology to produce biochemical products.
"The glycerine and xanthan gum prevent the germs from entering a person's system and the CPC kills the germs once they're trapped there," explained Dr.
Due to its exporting nature and high coherence with the oil market, the company's other segment "xanthan gum" was heavily hit by the global financial crisis and the failing oil prices last year.
The 17 chapters, written by researchers from the US and Europe, each discuss one agent, from Acacia gum and agar to starch and xanthan gum, with information on scientific, technical, and commercial aspects like raw materials, production, manufacturing, functional properties, composition, food applications, and future developments.
Xanthan gum is an exopolysaccharide, widely used in several industries such as food, cosmetic, pharmaceutical and for enhance oil recovery [1], due to its special rheological properties in aqueous solutions such as high and stable viscosity in wide range of temperature and pH [2,3].
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 20, 2019-: Xanthan Gum Market Global Analysis, Growth Opportunities, Future Trend Plan, Industry Scope Report, Demand & Supply, Business News, Competitive Landscape and Regional Forecast to 2023
Whisk together the flour or flour blend, xanthan gum and Cake Enhancer, if using.
The second, US 10,213,368 B2 (Xiaoxiao Li, Yujun Li, Ross Strand, Andrew Frederic Broth, William Michael Glandorf, Steven Carl Burgess, Xiujun Xu), covers an oral care composition that contains a stannous chloride source; a thickening agent consisting of carrageenan and xanthan gum; water; a humectant selected from the group consisting of glycerin, sorbitol, xylitol, butylene glycol, polyethylene glycol, propylene glycol, and combinations thereof; a dental abrasive consisting of precipitated silica; and a fluoride ion source.