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Studies on curdlan type polysaccharide ii. physical and chemical properties of curdlans 13140 and 13127

Studies on curdlan type polysaccharide ii. physical and chemical properties of curdlans 13140 and 13127

Journal of Takeda Research Laboratories 51: 109-120

Curdlans 13140 and 13127 were shown to be .beta.-(1 .fwdarw. 3)-glucan consisting of (1 .fwdarw. 3)-linked D-glucose residues without any other linkage. Both polysaccharides had the same number-average degree of polymerization (DPn) and average chain length (DL): DPn 440 and DL 490 for curdlan 13140, DPn 450 and DL 470 for curdlan 13127. The two polysaccharides were almost identical in chemical structure and molecular size with the original curdlan, curdlan 10C3K. Their behavior in gel-formation were also almost the same as the original curdlan.

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