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*  Gelatinase
In biology and chemistry, gelatinase is a proteolytic enzyme that allows a living organism to hydrolyse gelatin into its sub- ...
*  Gelatin
Within the gelatin industry, the gelatin obtained from acid-treated raw material has been called type-A gelatin and the gelatin ... Gelatin is used as a binder in match heads and sandpaper. Cosmetics may contain a non-gelling variant of gelatin under the name ... Gelatin also can be prepared in the home. Boiling certain cartilaginous cuts of meat or bones results in gelatin being ... Gelatin was never considered a prohibited cattle material, but FDA had never specifically defined gelatin in past IFRs. The ...
*  Gelatin microparticle
... s are polymer microparticles constructed of gelatin. Gelatin, a bipolymer, is produced through the ... Gelatin Microparticles have been used to encapsulate growth factors, such as TGF-β1-3, into delivery systems as well as served ... Gelatin, along with its more familiar uses, is widely used for the production of microparticles due to its efficiency in ... Gelatin can be manipulated to form a stable matrix for biologically reactive compounds, allowing for the incorporation and ...
*  Ballistic gelatin
... is a solution of gelatin powder in water. Ballistic gelatin closely simulates the density and viscosity of ... 1988). "Ordnance gelatin for ballistic studies. Detrimental effect of excess heat used in gelatin preparation". Am J Forensic ... September 1988). "Ordnance gelatin for ballistic studies. Detrimental effect of excess heat used in gelatin preparation". Am J ... The most commonly used formula is a "10% ballistic gelatin", which is prepared by dissolving 1 part 250A bloom gelatin into 9 ...
*  Gelatin dessert
This gives gelatin its semisolid, gel-like texture. Because gelatin is a protein that contains both acid and base amino groups ... To make a gelatin dessert, gelatin is dissolved in hot liquid with the desired flavors and other additives. These latter ... Gelatin desserts are desserts made with sweetened and flavored gelatin. This kind of dessert is first recorded by Hannah Glasse ... Before gelatin became widely available as a commercial product, the most typical gelatin dessert was "calf's foot jelly". As ...
*  Absorbable gelatin sponge
... is an antihemorrhagic. It is sometimes soaked with buprenorphine. "Definition of absorbable gelatin ... Shenoi PM (February 1973). "Ototoxicity of absorbable gelatin sponge". Proc. R. Soc. Med. 66 (2): 193-6. PMC 1644504 . PMID ... "Buprenorphine-soaked absorbable gelatin sponge: an alternative method for postlaminectomy pain relief". J Neurosurg Anesthesiol ...
*  Donkey-hide gelatin
... or ass-hide glue (Latin: colla corii asini) is gelatin obtained from the skin of the donkey (equus asinus) ... Ejiao is either prepared as dry gelatin or mixed with powdered oyster shell or pollen to form glue balls. It tastes sweet. ... The gelatin is produced in several coastal provinces of China: Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shandong. Shandong's Dong'e County was where ...
*  Grayslake Gelatin Factory
The Grayslake Gelatin Factory is a defunct gelatin factory formerly owned by the Grayslake Gelatin Company, and is located in ... Epstien's son: John, became president of the company before gelatin production ceased in 1982. The company re-acquired the ... After founder of the Grayslake Gelatin Company, Harry Epstein, discovered a modern creation process by using slaughtered animal ... the Epstien family continued to operate the Grayslake Gelatin Company as a real estate lessor, with various tenants renting ...
*  Gelatin silver process
A gelatin silver print is composed of four layers: paper base, baryta, gelatin binder, and a protective gelatin layer or ... This gelatin image layer is only one of the four layers found in a typical gelatin silver print, which typically include the ... The third layer is the gelatin binder that holds the silver grains of the photographic image. Gelatin has many qualities that ... Before a paper is exposed, the image layer is a clear gelatin matrix holding the light-sensitive silver halides. For gelatin ...
*  Feed ban
Exceptions to the FDA ban have existed for mammalian blood and blood products; gelatin; inspected cooked meat products for ...
*  Brummel & Brown
... gelatin; nonfat yogurt (cultured nonfat milk); natural soy lecithin; vegetable mono and diglycerides (potassium sorbate, E202, ...
*  Marshmallow
To begin the gelatin is simply cooked with the sugar and syrup. After the gelatin-containing syrup is cooked, it is allowed to ... Re-hydrated gelatin is added and blended in, once the mixture has cooled enough to not denature the gelatin. To give the ... This means that gelatin can melt, then reset due to its sensitivity to temperature. The melting point of gelatin is 95-100 °F ( ... This is why the omission of gelatin from a marshmallow recipe will result in marshmallow crème, since there is no gelatin ...
*  Brewing
... and gelatin. If a beer is marked "suitable for Vegans", it was generally clarified either with seaweed or with artificial ...
*  Excipient
Capsules are coated with gelatin. Enterics control the rate of drug release and determine where the drug will be released in ... magnesium stearate or stearic acid are the most frequently used lubricants in tablets or hard gelatin capsules. Lubricants are ... gelatin; Synthetic polymers: polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), polyethylene glycol (PEG)... Binders are classified according to their ... Examples include gelatin, cellulose, cellulose derivatives, polyvinylpyrrolidone, starch, sucrose and polyethylene glycol. Dry ...
*  Diagnostic microbiology
The gelatin test is used to analyze whether a microbe can hydrolyze gelatin with the enzyme gelatinase. The gelatin makes the ... "Gelatin Hydrolysis Test". www.vumicro.com. Retrieved 2017-04-03. "Enzyme Substrate Test - Gonorrhea - STD Information from CDC ... agar solid, so if an organism can produce gelatinase and consume gelatin as an energy and carbon source, the agar will become ...
*  Baltimore Stock Exchange
Gelatin silver print., Baltimore, Maryland: Julius Anderson Photograph Collection, Baltimore City Life Museum Collection, ...
*  Paule Gobillard
Gelatin Silver Print. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY, NY. *Manet, Julie, Rosalind de Boland Roberts, and Jane Roberts. ...
*  Gelitin
The group was formerly known as gelatin and changed their name in 2005. They are known for creating sensational art events in ... Gelatin: The B-Thing. ISBN 978-3883755076. Amazon listing for The B-Thing Official website Gelitin at Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin ...
*  Colette Álvarez Urbajtel
Gelatin silver, circa 1980. 6-3/4 x 9-1/2 inches (17.1 x .." Heritage Auctions. Retrieved January 12, 2015. ...
*  Haemaccel
... contains degraded gelatin. Haemaccel (also marketed as Emagel in Italy, "Polygeline" in China and Solucel in ...
*  Arthur W. Thomas
Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 15, 707-8. Thomas, A. W., & Frieden, A. (1923). The gelatin-tannin reaction. Industrial ... Order of diffusion of tanning extracts through gelatin jelly and their relation to the results obtained by Wilson and Kern. ...
*  357 SIG
Key: Expansion - expanded bullet diameter (ballistic gelatin). Penetration - penetration depth (ballistic gelatin). PC - ... permanent cavity volume (ballistic gelatin, FBI method). TSC - temporary stretch cavity volume (ballistic gelatin). Because of ...
*  Prabha Chatterji
I. The gelatin-polyacrylamide system". Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 40 (34): 401-410. doi:10.1002/app.1990.070400308. ... Chatterji, Prabha R. "Gelatin with hydrophilic/hydrophobic grafts and glutaraldehyde crosslinks". Journal of Applied Polymer ...
*  Physiology of decompression
"Gelatin, bubbles, and the bends". International Pacifica Scientific Diving..., (Proceedings of the American Academy of ...
*  Decompression practice
Yount, DE (1991). "Gelatin, bubbles, and the bends". International Pacifica Scientific Diving... Hans-Jurgen, K; Harper Jr, DE ...