calcium alginate

calcium alginate

A drug used externally in the treatment of skin ulcers. A brand name for an alginate dressing is Kaltostat.
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Contract awarded for Calcium alginate with cmc and ion silver 15 cm x 15 cm req.
Immobilization of quorum quenching bacteria into calcium alginate beads has been reported earlier [11, 12].
Manufactured by Silvestre Labs[R], of Axis Biotec Group, Colzen[R] is a 3 in 1 biocompatible wound dressing, composed of calcium alginate, cerium nitrate and type 1 collagen.
Calcium alginate beads, one kind of alginate gels, is a simple solution to overcome the above-mentioned problem caused by SA adsorbent.
Comparative study of bioethanol production from mahula (Madhuca latifolia) flowers by immobilized cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Zymomonas mobilis in calcium alginate beads.
Alchite fibers developed in this research work are composite fibers with calcium alginate as core material and hydrolyzed chitosan as outer surface.
Mata, Y, Blazquez, M, Ballester, A, Gonzalez, F, Munoz, J, "Biosorption of Cadmium, Lead and Copper with Calcium Alginate Xerogels and Immobilized Fucus vesiculosusJ.
The microparticles of calcium alginate are generally prepared by two methods: extrusion method by dripping a solution of sodium alginate into a solution of a calcium salt, leading to the phenomenon of external ionic gelation; and the emulsification method, for internal ionic gelation of alginate in a water/oil emulsion (Figure 1c) (GOMBOTZ et al.
ClickPress, Wed Mar 04 2015] Alginates & Derivatives Market by Type (Sodium Alginate, Calcium Alginate, Potassium Alginate, PGA, Others), Application (Food & Beverage, Industrial, Pharmaceuticals, Others), & by Region - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019
Physical entrapment of alpha-amylase in ionotropically cross-linked biodegradable hydrogels like calcium alginate and kappa-carrageenan beads has been shown to be a relatively easy, rapid, and safe technique [12, 13].
Performance improvement of araujiain, a cystein phytoprotease, by immobilization within calcium alginate beads.