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. Modified Starch .
- Starch phosphate is one of the modified starches used in the
frozen food industry.
- Starch phosphates
finds its application as additives in manufacturing of desserts,
sweet creams, cakes, sauces, mayonnaise, canned vegetables, yoghurts
as well as in non-food industry.
- It is produced by phosphorification of free hydroxyl groups of
anhydro-glucose units of
- They are esterified with phosphate reagents.
- Phosphate reagents for starch
phosphate monoester are orthophosphate salts. Starch phosphate is
produced normally by using wet process.
- No reports are available on its use as pharmaceutical excipient.
- Starch phosphate was prepared based on the method of Choi
et al. with little modifications.
- Take 100 grams of Potato starch and
30 grams of di-sodium hydrogen orthophosphate
anhydrous. Suspend in 100 mL of water and stir continuously for 20 minutes.
- This starch slurry was then filtered and the wet starch mixture
was conditioned for 12 hours at room temperature (28oC).
- To enhance phosphorylation, this mixture was heated in a forced air oven at
130oC for 3 hours. The product obtained was grounded and sized.
- Starch phosphates may
be grouped into two classes namely monostarch
phosphates and distarch phosphates (cross-linked starches).
- Unsegregated wheat
starch phosphate displayed higher viscosity values in temperature
range between 50 and 96oC and also it sooner reached maximum
viscosity than phosphates obtained from the fractions.
- During holding at 96oC
and cooling, both unsegregated and fractionated wheat starch
phosphates showed similar viscosity value.
Corn starch phosphate was characterised by a little lower pasting
temperature and smaller viscosity values than phosphates made of its
- Modified starch
- Non-Food Applications Of Starch
- Starch phosphate
Starches and Their Usages in Selected Food Products
Modiﬁcation and Applications
- Microwave-assisted Synthesis of Cassava Starch Phosphates and their
- Hydroxyl Starch Phosphate
- Skin creams
- Nourish natural
Benzoyl peroxide gel
- Preparation and evaluation of starch
phosphate- a new modified starch as a disintegrant in tablet
- Starch manufacturing
- Preparation, characterization and
evaluation of starch phosphate
- Preparation and Pasting Properties of Wheat
and Corn Starch Phosphates
- Preparation and Chemical Reactions
- Preparation and characterisation of
cross-linked Sago starch phosphates
- Starch phosphate ester composition,
process and method of use in food
- Starch phosphate esters
- Starch phosphates and amphoteric
- Starch phosphate ester for use as
an expansion aid
- Starch phosphates, method for the
production thereof and their use
- Method of manufacturing cigarettes
using high amylopectin starch phosphate material as an adhesive
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label starches and phosphate replacers: Ulrick & Short’s Asia focus
- National starch seeks EU novel food status for dietary fibre
Research & Report
- A factorial
study on formulation and evaluation of solid dispersions of
nimesulide employing starch phosphate, pvp k-30 and peg 4000
- Modified Starch
- Starch bound phosphate
- Properties of corn and wheat starch
phosphates obtained from granules segregated according to their size
- Distribution and structural
form of phosphate ester groups in commercial starch phosphates
- Location of Phosphate Esters in a
Wheat Starch Phosphate
by 3"P-Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy'
- Drainage aids containing bound
- Application for the approval of
rs4-fibre Modified starch (phosphated di-starch Phosphate) from high
amylose maize starch
- Flocculation of kaolin by waxy
maize starch phosphates
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