carrageenin


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car·ra·geen·an

also car·ra·geen·in  (kăr′ə-gē′nən)
n.
Any of a group of closely related colloids derived from Irish moss and several other red algae, widely used as a thickening, stabilizing, emulsifying, or suspending agent in industrial, pharmaceutical, and food products.
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Noun1.carrageenin - a colloidal extract from carrageen seaweed and other red algae
gum - any of various substances (soluble in water) that exude from certain plants; they are gelatinous when moist but harden on drying
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Carrageenin bradykinin, tnfa, IL-1b, IL-8 and PGE2 was investigated in a model of mechanical hyperalgesia in rats.
chroococcum C26 in dry polymers, and observed that alginate and carrageenin are suitable polymers to maintain the viability and activity of A.
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Thus, according to Organic Chemistry Division Nomenclature must be used an than ate because the last one is respect to crystal salts, whereas the carrageenin salts never form crystals.
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Ingredients include dried whey, whole egg, chicken fat and carrageenin.
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I watched traffic lights drift across the fissured ceiling, thoughts tangling in windrows of kelp and its gelatinous extracts: algin, agar, carrageenin, floridean starch.