Collectively, our results indicate that the disruption of normal metabolic process in cells triggered by the action of usnic acid does not primarily involve depolymerisation
or stabilisation of microtubules in breast or lung cancer cells.
The pH differences could be attributed to depolymerisation
caused by the different thermal treatments, hence producing acid terminal residues in the starch molecules.
Par ailleurs, la diminution de la capacite d'adsorption aux valeurs de pH elevees (>8) pourrait egalement etre attribuee a la depolymerisation
des chaines cellulosiques provoquee par l'hydrolyse des liaisons glycosidiques (Knill et Kennedy, 2003).
Emerging technologies such as thermal depolymerisation
, which make oil out of wastes such as turkey viscera, may also provide viable alternatives to oil.
These water-soluble sugars accumulate at temperatures below 32[degrees]F (0[degrees]C) as a result of the depolymerisation
of the insoluble starch produced in photosynthesis.
Banerjee and Barghoorn (1971:127) found in some grasses, immediately prior to anther dehiscence, some depolymerisation
of the mature sporopollenin, "possibly caused by secretion from the centrum of the Ubisch bodies.
Amylase catalyses the hydrolytic in depolymerisation
The equipment recycles dirty plastic waste by thermal depolymerisation
, thus recasting it into ecological oil and process gas with immediate further multi-purpose usage.
It should be note that the residuals at 800[degrees]C for PDMS systems are surprisingly low which could be due to complete depolymerisation
of PDMS and formation of low-molecular weight products chemical composition at high temperature [30, 31].
The addition of metal oxides into the glass network leads a depolymerisation
of P-O-P bond and creation of non-bridging oxygen (NBO's).
However, this may result in partial depolymerisation
as well as increase the cost of the preparation.
It was reported that pectin solubilisation occurs prior to depolymerisation
in peach fruit (Brummell et al.