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WO/2005/111085A1
A rapid ly-hydratable oxidized resistant starch having a cold-water hydration at least 20% greater than the resistant starch before oxidation, makeable by oxidation with an oxidizing agent selected from the group consisting of periodate,...  
WO/2005/110430A1
The use of chemically modified dicarboxy polysaccharides for the topical treatment of the eyeball are described. The modified polysaccharides provide a carrier in solutions for the treatment of the eyeball to obtain a timed release.  
WO/2005/108433A1
Polymeric structures, methods for making same, fibrous structures comprising same and fibrous product incorporating same are provided.  
WO/2005/100407A1
The current invention relates to non-lumping granular cold water swellable starch that when dispersed in water at a temperature of at least 95°C develops its full viscosity in less than 30 seconds (at a concentration above 3%) and a pro...  
WO/2005/095117A2
The invention relates to a method for the production of fat-resistant packaging materials with a kit number greater than 21, by the use of hydroxypropylated high amylose content potato starches.  
WO/2005/092369A2
The present invention relates to conjugates of hydroxyethyl starch and erythropoietin, wherein these conjugates comprise a linking compound which is covalently linked to erythropoietin and covalently linked to hydroxyethyl starch. The pr...  
WO/2005/092928A1
The present invention relates to conjugates of hydroxyalkyl starch, preferably hydroxyethyl starch, and a protein, wherein these conjugates are formed by a reductive amination reaction between at least one aldehyde group or keto group or...  
WO/2005/084620A1
The present invention relates to a hair fixative composition comprising a canonically modified hydrolysed starch and especially canonically modified hydrolysed starches, hydrolysed to the extend of having a dextrose equivalent of 1 to 6.  
WO/2005/082942A2
The invention relates to a hydroxyethyl starch, to a method for the production thereof, a pharmaceutical preparation containing said type of hydroxyethyl starch, and to the use of said pharmaceutical preparation for the production of a v...  
WO/2005/080499A2
The invention provides a composition comprising an aqueous solution of 0.1-20 wt.% of a poly(amine) and 0.1to 50wt.% of a carboxylated carbohydrate having an average molecular weight of at least 100,000 D and a degree of carboxyl substit...  
WO/2005/058972A1
The present invention relates to a process for the oxidation of a hydroxy compound comprising the steps of: a) providing a first mixture containing an organic protonated hydroxylamine compound, b) oxidizing said protonated hydroxylamine ...  
WO/2005/047340A1
A method of modifying starch or starch derivatives comprising: introducing a continuos flow of starch substrate, gas and, optionally, one or more reagents, into a reactor, wherein the starch substrate has a moisture content between 0 and...  
WO2005014024A3
The present invention relates to polymers functionalized by an aminooxy group or a derivative thereof, conjugates, wherein the functionalized polymers are covalently coupled with a protein by an oxime linking group, a process for prepari...  
WO2004101623A3
The invention relates to a novel solvent-free method for the cationisation of a legume starch. The invention also relates to the cationic starches of legume origin thus obtained. The invention further relates to the use of the cationic s...  
WO/2005/042650A1
The invention provides the use of carbohydrates carrying aldehyde and/or carboxyl groups, as binders, thickeners, and rheology modifiers in e.g. coatings (such as primers, paints, lacquers and varnishes), inks and adhesives. The oxidised...  
WO/2005/026212A1
The current invention relates to a process for preparing stabilised starches. The process comprises a treatment with a reagent which is converting organoleptic impurities and/or precursors of organolepic impurities into hydrolysed and/or...  
WO2004024777A8
The present invention relates to a method of producing a hydroxyalkyl starch derivative comprising reacting hydroxyalkyl starch of formula (I) at its reducing end which is not oxidized prior to said reaction, with a compound of formula (...  
WO/2005/023873A1
The invention relates to a method for preparing an organic starch ester. The method comprises mixing a starch material with an ionic liquid solvent to dissolve the starch, and then treating the dissolved starch with an organic esterifyin...  
WO/2005/014024A2
The present invention relates to polymers functionalized by an aminooxy group or a derivative thereof, conjugates, wherein the functionalized polymers are covalently coupled with a protein by an oxime linking group, a process for prepari...  
WO/2005/000905A1
Disclosed are saccharide-derivatized oligosaccharides. The derivatized oligosaccharides preferably are prepared by extruding a reaction mixture comprising a saccharide having a DP ranging from 1 to 4, oligosaccharide having a degree of p...  
WO/2004/111091A1
Novel modified starch products and methods of preparation thereof are disclosed, wherein the starch products exhibit excellent water hydration and emulsion stabilization properties, while substantially maintaining individual granular str...  
WO2004061067A3
Anti-filming compositions and methods are provided. More particularly, compositions and methods for inhibiting film formation on surfaces, especially hard surfaces such as dishware, tableware and glassware, and soft surfaces such as fabr...  
WO/2004/104049A1
This invention covers a novel process for the preparation of carnitine esters of starch and other hydroxy polymers from β-lactone of carnitine and their use as additives in the manufacture of paper, paperboard or cardboard, in waste wat...  
WO/2004/104048A1
This invention covers a novel method for the preparation of hydroxy polymer esters of amino, alkylamino and quaternary ammonium acids and their use in several fields of industry, incuding the use as additives in the manufacture of paper ...  
WO/2004/101623A2
The invention relates to a novel solvent-free method for the cationisation of a legume starch. The invention also relates to the cationic starches of legume origin thus obtained. The invention further relates to the use of the cationic s...  
WO/2004/092223A1
The present invention provides a process for making cross-linked polysaccharide gels under basic conditions. More particularly, the present invention provides a process for forming cross-linked hyaluronic acid gels under basic conditions...  
WO/2004/085481A1
The present invention relates an absorbent material consisting of a molecular network of starch molecules, the starch molecules comprising an amylopectin content of at least 90% (w/w). The molecular network can either be comprised of sel...  
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WO/2004/076586A1
The invention relates to the use of a selected legume starch with a Brookfield viscosity of between 100 and 20 000 mPa.s, as component of an industrial fluid. Said legume starch preferably also has an aqueous solubility of between 10 and...  
WO2004050710A3
The invention relates to aldonic acid esters of starch fractions or starch fraction derivatives which are selectively oxidised on the reducing chain end to form aldonic acids, and to solids and solutions containing said aldonic acid este...  
WO2003074088A3
The invention relates to a method for coupling low-molecular substances to a starch-derived modified polysaccharide. The binding interaction between the modified polysaccharide and the low-molecular substance is based on a covalent bond ...  
WO2001051003A3
The invention provides novel methods for treating disease based on the medicinal use of lipids and phospholipids covalently bound to physiologically acceptable monomers or polymers. Phosphatidylethanolamine moieties conjugated to physiol...  
WO/2004/065514A1
The present invention relates to novel glass-like polysaccharides, a method of treating a substance with a glass-like polysaccharide, and methods of producing these glass-like polysaccharides.  
WO/2004/061067A2
Anti-filming compositions and methods are provided. More particularly, compositions and methods for inhibiting film formation on surfaces, especially hard surfaces such as dishware, tableware and glassware, and soft surfaces such as fabr...  
WO2003042355A3
A product of acetoacetylated saccharide and the process of making such a product. The process is enzymatic where an enzyme is used as a catalyst for the reaction. The enzymatic process provides better yields and milder process conditions...  
WO2003093785B1
The present invention provides a substrate having a polymerized, polysaccharide-based hydrogel attached to the surface. The hydrogel can be derivatized with binding functionalities that bind analytes from a sample. The invention further ...  
WO/2004/050710A2
The invention relates to aldonic acid esters of starch fractions or starch fraction derivatives which are selectively oxidised on the reducing chain end to form aldonic acids, and to solids and solutions containing said aldonic acid este...  
WO2004000860A3
Disclosed are saccharide-derivatized oligosaccharides. The derivatized oligosaccharides preferably are prepared by extruding a malto-oligosaccharide mixture with a saccharide or mixture of saccharides having a DP ranging from 1 to 4. The...  
WO2003093785A3
The present invention provides a substrate having a polymerized, polysaccharide-based hydrogel attached to the surface. The hydrogel can be derivatized with binding functionalities that bind analytes from a sample. The invention further ...  
WO/2004/037864A1
A process for manufacturing transglycosylation products. According to the process, a starch derivative is reacted at acidic conditions with an alkanol containing 1-6 hydroxyl groups and the reaction product is recovered as such or it is ...  
WO/2004/037865A1
Disclosed is a water-soluble iron-carbohydrate complex obtained from an aqueous iron(III)-salt solution and an aqueous solution of the product obtained by oxidizing one or several maltodextrins with an aqueous hypochlorite solution at an...  
WO/2004/033536A1
Methods of making and using a superabsorbent starch graft copolymer involve producing starch graft copolymers having particle sizes useful in granule applicators for application to agricultural fields. Starch graft copolymers applied to ...  
WO/2004/033581A1
Emulsions are provided which are useful in imparting water-resistance to gypsum products. In one embodiment, the emulsions comprise at least one wax, an alkyl phenol, a salt of polynaphthalenesulfonic acid, and a complexed starch. Emulsi...  
WO/2004/031478A1
The invention relates to a cationised polysaccharide product comprising a polysaccharide having at least one first substituent having an aromatic group and at least one second substituent having no aromatic group. The invention further r...  
WO/2004/024761A1
The present invention relates to hydroxyalkylstarch (HAS)-polypeptide-conjugate (HAS-polypeptide) comprising one or more HAS molecules, wherein each HAS is conjugated to the polypeptide via a carbohydrate moiety or a thioether as well as...  
WO/2004/024777A1
The present invention relates to a method of producing a hydroxyalkyl starch derivative comprising reacting hydroxyalkyl starch of formula (I) at its reducing end which is not oxidized prior to said reaction, with a compound of formula (...  
WO/2004/024776A1
The present invention relates to a method of producing a hydroxyalkyl starch derivative, said hydroxyalkyl starch having a structure according to formula (I) comprising reacting - hydroxyalkyl starch o formula (I) at its optionally oxidi...  
WO/2004/022602A1
Known hydroxyethylated or hydroxypropylated types of starch for use as a colloid osmotic agent in peritoneal dialysis or as a volume substitute (plasma expander) are disadvantageous in that a complete break-down by amylase is not possibl...  
WO2003018638A9
The invention relates to a method for the modification of starch in such a way that it is suitable for surface sizing at high dry matter contents of > 15%, typically > 20%, even more than 25%. The modification of starch comprises at leas...  

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