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Definition of the noun alginate

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noun - plural: alginates

  1. Any salt or ester of alginic acid.

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Google previewEco-Architecture V (2014)

Harmonisation between Architecture and Nature by C.A. Brebbia, R. Pulselli

Alginate is an algal polysaccharide which is found in the cell walls of brown seaweeds, forming between 20-60% of the dry matter [26]. In terms of its chemical composition, alginate is a block co-polymer of (1-4)-linked ...

Google previewEmerging Research on Bioinspired Materials Engineering (2016)

by Bououdina, Mohamed

Alginate is a naturally...

Alginate is an ideal polymer for scaffolding and as a nanocarrier it is not only has an appropriate microarchitecture with ...

Google previewEssential Dental Handbook (2003)

Clinical and Practice Management Advice from the Experts by Robert R. Edwab

Alginate is a mucostatic material that often results in an overextended impression . In addition, a mucostatic material records...

Alginate is an excellent choice for final impressions of RPD frameworks (Figure 14-10). Excess material should be ...

Google previewMolecular, Cellular, and Tissue Engineering (2015)

by Joseph D. Bronzino, Donald R. Peterson

Alginate is a naturally derived polysaccharide harvested from brown algae that is composed of β-dmannuronic acid and α-l-guluronic...

Google previewComprehensive Biomaterials (2015)

by Paul Ducheyne, Kevin Healy, Dietmar E. Hutmacher, David W. Grainger, C. James Kirkpatrick

Alginate is a hydrophilic, linear polysaccharide, commonly used in biomedical applications because of its biocompatibility, ...

Google previewBiomaterials for Bone Regeneration (2014)

Novel Techniques and Applications by P. Dubruel, S. Van Vlierberghe

Alginate is a polysaccharide not present in the ECM of mammals often used in biomaterial research.

Google previewCellulose and Cellulose Derivatives in the Food Industry (2014)

Fundamentals and Applications by Tanja Wuestenberg

Chemical Structure Alginate is a family of unbranched binary copolymers of (1®4 )-linked β-Dmannuronic acid (M) and...

Propylene glycol alginate is an ester of alginic acid whose uronic acid units are partially (40–85%) esterified with ...

Google previewProgress in Adhesion and Adhesives (2015)

by K. L. Mittal

Alginate is a naturally occurring polysaccharide which is a copolymer of (1,4) linked β-Dmannuronic (M) acid...

Alginate is an anionic polymer with carboxyl end groups, so it acts as a good penetration enhancer as compared to ...

Google previewStem Cell Engineering (2012)

Principles and Practices by David Schaffer, Joseph D. Bronzino, Donald R. Peterson

Alginate is a naturally derived polysaccharide harvested from brown algae that is composed of β-dmannuronic acid and α-l-guluronic...

Google previewThe Chemistry of Printing Inks and Their Electronics and Medical Applications (2014)

by Johannes Karl Fink

Propylene glycol alginate is an emulsifier, stabilizer, and thickener. Chemically, propylene glycol alginate is an ester of alginic acid, which is derived from kelp. Some of the carboxyl groups are esterified with propylene glycol, some are ...

Google previewMultifaceted Development and Application of Biopolymers for Biology, Biomedicine and Nanotechnology (2013)

by Pradip Kumar Dutta, Joydeep Dutta

Sodium alginate is a sodium salt of alginic acid, a naturally occurring polysaccharide acquired from marine brown algae. Alginate...

Google previewFemale Urology (2008)

Text with DVD by Shlomo Raz, Larissa V. Rodriguez

Alginate is relatively biocompatible, and it is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for human use as material to dress wounds. Alginate is a family of copolymers of d-mannuronate and l-guluronate.

Google previewHydrogels in Cell-Based Therapies (2014)

by Che J. Connon, Ian W. Hamley

Alginate is a natural polysaccharide that is derived from algae or seaweed. It is commonly used in regenerative medicine applications because of the ease with which it can form a hydrogel through an almost instantaneous sodium– calcium ...

Google previewMedical Textiles (2001)

Proceedings of the International Conference, 24 & 25 August 1999, Bolton UK by Subhash Anand

Alginate is a substance existing in brown seaweed. It is a high molecular-weight polymer which is essential for fibre formation. The polymer is associated with interchangeable cations which influence the polymer properties. Typically, sodium ...

Google previewLow-Calorie Foods and Food Ingredients (2012)

by R. Khan

Alginate is an unbranched binary copolymer of 1–4 linked fl-D-mannuronic acid and o-L-guluronic acid of widely varying composition and sequential structure. The proportion and sequential arrangement of L-guluronic acid depends upon the ...

Google previewTissue Engineering I (2006)

Scaffold Systems for Tissue Engineering by Kyongbum Lee, David Kaplan

Alginate is a salt form of alginic acid, which is the primary structural polymer of brown algae or seaweed. The physicochemical properties of this bioma- terial ...

Google previewPolymers in Nanomedicine (2012)

by Shigeru Kunugi, Tetsuji Yamaoka

Alginate is a linear copolymer consisting of repeating blocks of (1,4)-linked D-mannuronate and L-glucuronate. Upon submersion in ...

Google previewBiopolymer Methods in Tissue Engineering (2004)

by Anthony P. Hollander

Introduction Alginate is a polysaccharide derived from brown seaweed, which has the unique property of being able to form a gel in the presence of certain divalent cations (e.g., calcium, strontium, or barium). Alginate has been of commercial ...

Google previewThe Chemistry and Analysis of Drugs and Medicines (1920)

by Henry Corbin Fuller

Iron alginate is a brown tasteless powder obtained by precipitating a solution of sodium alginate with ferric chloride. It is soluble in ammonia. Iron cacodylate is a grayish-yellow powder soluble in water. Iron glycerophosphate (ferric) is a yellow ...

Google previewStudent Workbook for Essentials of Dental Assisting (2014)

by Debbie S. Robinson, Doni L. Bird

Alginate is an irreversible hydrocolloid. 13. Wax 14. Condensation silicone impression C. Occlusal registration 4. The water-to-powder ratio for mixing 15. Polyether alginate for the maxillary tray is one scoop of powder to the second “ measure ...

Google previewIssues in Aesthetic, Craniofacial, Maxillofacial, Oral, and Plastic Surgery: 2011 Edition (2012)

Alginate is a hydrogel copolymer that can be engineered into spheres of <200 m , thus facilitating mass transfer, allowing for subcutaneous injection, and protecting cells from shearing forces. Alginate powder was dissolved in saline, and ...

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