D-Trehalose Dihydrate (Low Endotoxin)
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|CAS No.: 6138-23-4||Request for quotation|
Trehalose( alpha-D-glucopyranosyl-alpha-D-glucopyranoside ) so can form special protective membrane above the cell under the bad conditions of hyperthermia, high-coldness, dehydrating et al, which can protect organism molecules structure from being destroyed then continue the life body and the organic specialty.However,the other sugar in nature,such as sucrose and glucose,can not have the property.So it is rather suitable that trehalose was considered as“Sugar of Life”.Because endogenous trehalose of most life bodies known in nature is few,the protective efficiency is very obvious.Therefore, the pplication of exogenous trehalose become more important under the many areas related modern biotechnology.Applying present the most advanced bioengineering and producing process,we firstly produce trehalose in batch-bulk with the material of cassava starch, using the whole facilities built in international pharmaceuticals standard. The product reaches the level of the international similar products. For its special physics and properties,trehalose can be wildly used in foodproducts, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and agricultural science and various lines.
2. non-reducing sugar:
3. High glass transition temperature:
4. Chemical,acid and thermal stability:
5. Exceptionally low hygroscopicity
Trehalose have many functions for its special molecule structure.
2、Stabilization of proteins and biological systems
3、suppression of fats’ acidification
4. supply energy:
6、Stabilization of biological enzyme
7、protect organism molecules structure.
Reference and Applications:
(2)Trehalose can be used to enrobe confectionery products to form a stable, non-hygroscopic coating. Trehalose is excellent for panning. The unique solubility characteristics of trehalose readily lend themselves to panning and the resulting coating is highly stable and robust with an improved whiteness relative to other bulk sweeteners.
(3)Owing to its reduced cariogenicity trehalose can be used to formulate ‘kind to teeth’ or ‘toothfriendly’ products either as the sole bulk sweetener or in combination with other low cariogenic bulk sweeteners. A special grade of trehalose has been developed for use with polyols in chocolate. This has a positive heat of solution when dissolved, which minimises the characteristic cooling effect of certain polyols.
(4) owing to the high process stability of trehalose,hydrolysis does not occur and product colour is maintained.
(5)Trehalose can be used in condiments and savoury sauces to create new flavour sensations by moderating sweetness whilst maintaining product shelf life.
(6)In alcohol based beverages, trehalose provides mouthfeel without detracting from the sensory characteristics of the alcohol.
(7)Trehalose is particularly effective as a cryoprotectant for surimi. As trehalose positively controls water functionality at the protein/ water interface, firmness, elasticity and gel strength of the surimi is improved. The low sweetness of trehalose also enhances the taste quality of the surimi. Unlike other cryoprotectants used in surimi manufacture, trehalose does not cause ‘throat burn’ nor has any laxation problems.
D-Trehalose Dihydrate is used as a cryoprotectant in a variety of cell freezing media.
D-Trehalose Dihydrate Specification (Pharma grade)
|Appearance||White crystalline powder||Standard Packing||1kgs/drum|
|Purity||≥ 99%||Inventory||Normally we have D-Trehalose Dihydrate in stock|
|Loss on drying||≤ 1.0%|
|pH||5.0 ~ 6.7||D-Trehalose Dihydrate physical parameters|
|Color||≤ 0.1||CAS No:||6138-23-4|
|Turbidity of solution||≤ 0.05||Formula||C11H22O11 . 2H2O|
|Lead||≤ 0.1 ppm||Molecular Weight||378.33|
|Arsenic||≤ 0.1 ppm||Synonym||α,α-Trehalose; α-D-Glucopyranosyl-α-D-glucopyranoside|
|Residue on Ignition||≤ 0.02%||Structure|
|Viable counts||100 cfu/g Max|
|Yeasts and moulds||100 cfu/g Max|
|Certificate of Analysis||D-Trehalose Dihydrate COA|
|Literature||D-Trehalose Dihydrate literature|
|MSDS||D-Trehalose Dihydrate MSDS|
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