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Chemistry: Molecular Biology And Microbiology > Micro-organism, Tissue Cell Culture Or Enzyme Using Process To Synthesize A Desired Chemical Compound Or Composition > Preparing Compound Containing Saccharide Radical
Preparing Compound Containing Saccharide RadicalPreparing Compound Containing Saccharide Radical patent applications listed are from June 2005 to current and include Date, Patent Application Number, Patent Title, Patent Abstract summary and are linked to the corresponding patent application page.
10/26/06 - 20060240527 - Process for producing fine self-aggregates
(in the formula X1 represents a glycosyl group or an oligosaccharide group having two to twenty-nine monosaccharides and R is as defined above), 2) a monosaccharide or its derivative and 3) a glycotransferase or glycolytic enzyme are reacted in water. ...
// - 1) A fine self-aggregate comprising an O-glycoside type glycolipid having the structure represented by the formula (chemical formula 2) below -
08/24/06 - 20060188965 - Removal of minerals from cellulosic biomass
Disclosed is a method for removing minerals from a cellulosic biomass. For example, the biomass may be prewashed with an acid solution and rinsed with water to remove minerals prior to acid saccharification. The removal of minerals may reduce overall acid requirements, and decrease pretreatment costs. ...
06/08/06 - 20060121576 - Maltose-1-phosphate-producing enzyme
The present invention provides an M-1-P-producing enzyme which employs, as starting materials, an oligosaccharide or polysaccharide having a glucose polymerization degree of 5 or more and containing an α-1,4-glycosidic bond such as maltooligosaccharide, dextrin, or starch, and which enables production of a large amount of M-1-P. The M-1-P-producing enzyme can ...
06/23/05 - 20050136516 - Stable biodegradable, high water absorbable gramma-polyglumatic acid hydrogel by 3-dimensional cross-linking and its preparation method
The present invention further relates to a stable biodegradable, high water absorbable γ-polyglutamic acid (γ-PGA) hydrogel and its uses. ...
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