Advances in biopolymers : molecules, clusters, networks, and interactions

by American Chemical Society. Meeting 2004 : Philadelphia, Pa.)

Format: Print Book 2006
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Collection  Second Floor - Closed Reference (Please ask for assistance)
 
Call Number  r QP801.B69 A44 2004
 
 
Summary
The necessity to better understand the functionality and nutrition of biopolymers in foods and to replace synthetic macromolecules with polymers derived from natural resources in order develop a sustainable economy has been an impetus for research on structure/function relationships andapplications for these natural materials. Because of their ability to aggregate, associate, interact and form networks, systems containing biopolymers are extremely complex and elucidating structure/function relationships in these systems is difficult. This symposium series book covers selectedrecent research and developments involving elucidation of networks, protein-polysaccharide interactions; and isolation, characterization, modification and applications of biopolymers.
Additional Information
Series ACS symposium series ; 935.
Subjects Biopolymers -- Congresses.
Publisher Washington, DC :American Chemical Society :2006
Distributed by Oxford University Press,
Contributors Fishman, Marshall L., 1937-
Qi, Phoebe X.
Wicker, Louise.
American Chemical Society. Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
Language English
Notes "Held at the 228th American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennyslvania in August 2004" --Pref.
"Sponsored by the ACS Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Inc."
Description xi, 316 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Notes Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
ISBN 0841239592 (alk. paper)
9780841239593 (alk. paper)
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