Apparent amino acids digestibility of rats fed diets formulated with cellulose, gum Arabic or carageenan
The loss increased with higher levels of peanut flour and decreased with higher levels of carageenan
Saponins 1, 4 and 5 significantly inhibited mouse paw edema induced by carageenan
, while saponins 2, 3 and 6 did not exhibit anti-inflammatory effects, although their structures are similar (Table 2).
They include starches, carageenan
and potentially allergenic egg white, says seafood expert Alfred A.
or honey as dressing for wounds and burns.
At present, among currently known analogues of pharmaceutical gelatin, anionic polysaccharides of both natural (pectin, carageenan
, starch) and synthetic (oxidized starch) origin are widely used.
Carbohydrate macromolecules include starch, cellulose, pectin, guar gum, alginate, carageenan
and the microbial xanthan.
The highest dose of CELS started to exert anti-inflammatory activity after 2h of carageenan
injection and extend until the last measurement.
Aqualon Ashland Chemcentral Dow Chemical Harcros Inchema Kraft Norman, Fox RITA Robeco Ruger TIC Gums Univar Universal Preserv-A-Chem Whittaker, Clark & Daniels Carageenan
A & E Connock Active Organics Ashland Hart Products Pangaea Sciences Presperse Ruger Secma TIC Gums Univar Universal Preserv-A-Chem Castor Oil A & E Connock Acme-Hardesty Arista Ashland Calo, J.
com 3M TIC Gums Universal Preserv-A-Chem Vopak USA Whittaker, Clark & Daniels Carageenan
A & E Connock Aqualon Ashland Pangaea Sciences Presperse, Inc.
INCI name: water (and) carageenan