sodium alginate

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sodium alginate

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A colorless or light yellow powdery or crystalline polysaccharide, the sodium salt of alginic acid, used as a food thickener and stabilizer and in medicines, paint, and paper coating.
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Other biologically active key residues included residues for receptor (sialic acid) binding at positions R174, E401, R416, Y526; residues for the hydrophobic core of the stalk 4HB at positions, Y85, V88, S92, L96, T99, I103, I107, L110 and I114; and stalk residues at positions R83, A89, L90, L94 and L97 involved in direct interaction with F protein (Ke et al.
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E401 Sodium alginate Made from alginic acid and used for its stabilising effects as well as its ability to suspend, thicken and emulsify.