Schardinger dextrins

Schar·din·ger dex·trins

(shar'ding-ĕr),
cyclic rings of glucose monomer (usually 6-8) linked α-1,4; the result of action of Bacillus macerans on starch.
[Franz Schardinger]

Schardinger,

Franz, Austrian scientist, 1853-1920.
Schardinger dextrins - the result of action of Bacillus macerans on starch.
Schardinger enzyme - a flavoprotein containing molybdenum. Synonym(s): xanthine oxidase
Schardinger reaction - an example of oxidation in the absence of O2 with an organic hydrogen acceptor.