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Xanthan Gum

In foods, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics as viscosity controlling agent、stabilizer and thickening agent. For rheology control in water-based systems. In oil and gas drilling and completion fluids.

Carboxymethyl Cellulose

It is used as a thickening agent in the food industry, as a drug carrier in the pharmaceutical industry, and as a binding agent and anti-resettling agent in the daily chemical industry. Used as sizing agent and protective colloid of printing paste in printing and dyeing industry. It can be used as a component of oil fracturing fluid in petrochemical industry. This product has the functions of adhesion, thickening, strengthening, emulsification, water retention and suspension.


1. Forms gels with multivalent anions. Gives clear solutions that dry to strong, clear films.
2. Ideal for wound healing and hemostasis; biosurgery and ophthalmology; scaffold and cell therapy; and drug delivery and vaccines
3. Flocculant, protein precipitation, encapsulating agent and aqueous thickener.
4. Also available in pharma grade

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1. Tyrosinase inhibitor, depigmentor, antitussive
2. Antibacterial;Tyrosinase inhibitor
3. Arbutin is a glycosylated hydroquinone extracted from bearberry plant. Arbutin is a known inhibitor of tyrosinase, which in turn prevents the formation of melanin. Arbutin is often used as a skin-lightening agent in cosmetic products.
4. Veterinary drug

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Substitute for gelatin, isinglass, etc. in making emulsions including photographic, gels in cosmetics, and as thickening agent in foods especially. confectionaries and dairy products; in meat canning; in production of medicinal encapsulations and ointments; as dental impression mold base; as corrosion inhibitor; sizing for silks and paper; in the dyeing and printing of fabrics and textiles; in adhesives. In nutrient media for bacterial cultures. Agar is a gum obtained from red seaweeds of the genera gelidium, gracilaria, and eucheuma, class rhodophyceae. it is a mixture of the polysaccharides agarose and agaropectin. it is insoluble in cold water, slowly soluble in hot water, and soluble in boiling water, forming a gel upon cooling. the gels are characterized as being tough and brittle, setting at 32–40°c, and melting at 95°c. a rigid, tough gel can be formed at 0.5%. agar mainly functions in gel for- mation because of its range between melting and setting tempera- tures, being used in piping gels, glazes, icings, dental impression material, and microbiological plating. typical use levels are 0.1–2.0%.

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1. It is produced by microorganism fermentation of glucose in a fermentation culture medium without adding calcium carbonate.
2. D-Ribose is produced by microorganism fermentation of glucose in a fermentation culture medium without adding calcium carbonate.

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Corn starch

Indicator for iodometric titration. Amylase substrate.

Microcrystalline Cellulose

1. High purity cellulose powders for partition chromatography.
2. ACCEL-101 is most widely used for direct compression tableting and wet granulation.ACCEL-102 has similar compression properties to ACCEL-101. However, it has larger particle size and therefore, may be of value in improving the flow if fine powders.ACCEL
Saccharides, also called sodium saccharin, is the oldest sweetener. Saccharides was discovered by American scientists in 1878 and was quickly accepted by the food industry and consumers. The sweetness of saccharin is 300 to 500 times that of sucrose. It is not metabolized and absorbed by the human body and is stable in the production of various foods.
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