Gel-forming polysaccarides, built up of galactose, glucose and mannose in a ratio of 4:1:1, obtainable by extracting cultures of strains of the genus Rhizobium and producing gels having a high gel strength, especially at low concentration.
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jul 1985|
Zevenhuizen, L. P. T. M., & van Neerven, A. R. W. (1985). Process for the recovery of a gelforming polysaccharide, the recovered polysaccharide as well as the gel formed therewith. (Patent No. NL8304304).