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Pullulan CAS 9057-02-7
Pullulan is a polysaccharide consisting of repeating units of maltotriose residues. It is produced from starch by the yeast-like fungus Aureobasidium pullulans. Pullalan has been used as a carrier for oral, nasal and lung transmucosal drug delivery systems.
It is a naturally occurring polysaccharide produced by the fermentation of starch using a specific strain of yeast called Aureobasidium pullulans. It is composed of repeating units of glucose molecules linked together in a linear chain structure. 9057-02-7 is known for its unique properties, including being water-soluble, odorless, tasteless, and biodegradable.
Due to its excellent film-forming capabilities, 9057-02-7 is widely used in the food and pharmaceutical industries as a coating agent, encapsulating material, or thickening agent. It can form transparent films with good oxygen barrier properties, making it suitable for packaging applications. Pullulan is also utilized in dietary supplements and oral care products for its ability to enhance stability and control the release of active ingredients.
Furthermore, pullulan has gained attention in biomedical and biotechnological fields due to its biocompatibility and non-toxic nature. It can be modified to create various derivatives that exhibit specific properties, such as improved drug delivery systems, tissue engineering scaffolds, and bioactive coatings.
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