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Life Sciences - Microbiology | Cyclic β-Glucans from Microorganisms - Production, Properties and Applications

Cyclic β-Glucans from Microorganisms

Production, Properties and Applications

Venkatachalam, Geetha, Narayanan, S, Doble, Mukesh

2013, XI, 90 p. 23 illus.

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  • First book that solely discusses the cyclic β-glucans from microorganisms
  • Comprehensible overview
  • Written by experts in the field

to Cyclic glucans are polysaccharides that are predominantly produced by Agrobacterium, Bradyrhizobium and Rhizobium sp. and widely used in the pharmaceutical and food industries. In this book, the applications, properties, analytical tools, production and genes of four main cyclic β-glucans from microorganisms are highlighted and critically evaluated. As biocompatible and biodegradable renewable resources, they have an immense potential for future applications, which has not yet been fully exploited. This concise review will help to bridge this gap.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Biocompatibility - Bradyrhizobium japonicum - Cyclodextrins - Polysaccharides - Rhizobium sp. - Structure and interactions of cyclic beta-glycans

Related subjects » Biotechnology - Food Science & Nutrition - Microbiology - Pharmacology & Toxicology

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