(3.) Lui attribuant la valeur de la justice: voir Marsile Ficin
, Commentaire sur le Banquet de Platon, ed.
(7) Guy Le Fevre de la Borderie, Discours de l'honneste amour, sur le Banquet de Platon (Paris: Lucas Breyel, 1578) quoted in Jean Festugiere, La Philosophie de l'amour de Marsile Ficin
(Paris: Vrin, 1941), p.
The tentacles were placed in DCFSW as explained above and dissociated using a solution of 0.125% elastase (Sigma Chemical Company) followed by 12 units/ml of ficin
(Sigma Chemical Company) in DCFSW at 35-37 [degrees] C for 2 h each at RT.
Some of the most commonly used additives in meat and poultry are antioxidants (e.g., butylated hydroxytoluene [BHT], butylated hydroxyanisole [BHA] and tocopherols), binders (e.g., carrageenan, sodium caseinate), thickeners (e.g., gelatin), humectants (e.g., sodium salt, glycerine), curing agents (sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite and nitrate), flavor enhancers (e.g., monosodium glutamate), tenderizing enzymes (bromelin, ficin
and papain) and sweeteners (e.g., corn syrup) (USDA, 2008).
Ma la citazione proviene da Chastel: Marsile Ficin
et l'art (57).
Louis) incubation (CELD) (IUPAC, 1987), and CP solubilization by the ficin
enzyme (FDCP) (Halgerson et al., 1995) were determined for these samples.
oligosporus was 609.7 which was lower than the commercial rennet, but higher than those of papain (367), ficin
(393) and the crude enzyme produced by B.
La Philosophie de l'amour de Marsile Ficin
et son influence sur la litterature francaise au XVIe siecle.