maltol


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maltol

(ˈmɔːltɒl)
n
(Chemistry) a natural food additive derived from pyran and used for flavouring in breads and cakes
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Funae, Blood Glucose Lowering and Toxicological Effects of Zinc (II) Complexes with Maltol, Threonine, and Picolinic acid, Res.
Ferric maltol is effective in correcting iron deficiency anemia in patients with inflammatory bowel disease: results from a phase-3 clinical trial program.
There are 50 different names for sugar and here are just some of the more obscure; Barley malt, cane juice crystals, crystalline fructose, dextran, dextrose, diastase, ethyl maltol, evaporated cane juice, maltodextrin, maltose, mannitol and panocha.
24(28)-diene -3[beta]-0-[beta] -D-galactopyranoside, galactomannan, phenols, flavonoids and anthocyanins, and saponin 19 Trichosanthes kirilowii Cucurbitacin B, cucurbitacin D, 4',6-dihydroxy-4 -methoxyisoaurone 20 Veronica officinalis Terpenes, esters, steroids (sterols and sterenes), p-hydroxyphenyl ethyl alcohol, maltol, and loliolide.
Seong, "Neuroprotective and neurite outgrowth effects of maltol on retinal ganglion cells under oxidative stress," Molecular Vision, vol.
Toasty/smokydescriptor--The compounds involved are maltol and 5-hydroxymethylfurfural.
Agave Barley malt Barley Beet sugar nectar syrup malt Brown Buttered Cane juice Cane juice sugar syrup crystals Caramel Carob syrup Corn Corn syrup, sweetener or corn syrup solids Date Dehydrated Dextrose Diastatic sugar cane Juice malt Ethyl Fructose Fruit Fruit juice maltol juice concentrate Glucose Golden sugar Golden Grape sugar solids syrup Glucose High-fructose Honey Invert corn syrup sugar Lactose Maltodextrin Malt syrup Maltose Mannitol Maple syrup Molasses Raw sugar Refiner's Rice syrup Saccharose Sorbitol syrup Sorghum or Sucrose Sugar Syrup sorghum syrup Treacle Turbinado Xylose Yellow sugar sugar
1996); and 2,3-butanediol, acetic acid, benzene acetaldehyde and pyrazine 2,6-dimethyl, maltol, pyrazines, 1-octen-3-ol which were described as the major odor--active compounds in fermented soybean (Lee and Ahn, 2009; Zhao et al.
Otros componentes hallados incluyen: cumarinas de accion antitermica, analgesica, antiinflamatoria y espasmolitica; maltol de accion bradicardizante e hipotermica (Mandrile y Bongiorno de Pfirter, 1991), y cianoglicosidos como ginocardina, volkenina, epitetrafilina B y tetrafilina B (Seigler et al.
the court held that the flavor modifiers maltol and ethyl maltol were not changed materially from the precursor pyromeconic acid, which it concluded had been produced overseas via a patented process.
These were maltol and ethyl maltol, nisin, pectins, polyvinyl alcohol and sucrose esters of fatty acids.