By Peter A Williams, Glyn O Phillips
This paintings comprises the complaints of a convention on gums and stabilisers for the meals undefined. Contributions are considering the structure-function relationships of varied polysaccharides and protein platforms, in addition to development on combined biopolymer platforms.
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The aim of this work was the study of procedures for polysaccharide purification, using for this, the proteolytic enzyme papain, and comparing its effects on the rheological behaviour of CV-70 polysaccharide. CV-70 polysaccharide was produced by bacteria Beijerinckia sp. , Brazil. Beijerinckia sp. is a genus of gram-negative rods, aerobic bacteria, usually found in sugar cane root, capable of producing polysaccharide under cellular stress conditions. The CV-70 polysaccharide was produced in a fermentation medium containing 5% sucrose as the carbon source, tryptose and salts, at 25°C.