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Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine
Volume 07 - 2007
Date: 2007

Journal: Pages 171-181

June 2007 | Copper binding capacity and physicochemical properties of pectins withdifferent degrees of esterification. Approach to standardization of pectinpreparations…

Yuri S Khotimchenko1,*, Valeri V Kovalev1 and Maxim Y Khotimchenko2

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Summary

​Metal binding activity of the pectin samples with different physicochemical properties wasstudied. It was found that in vitro copper binding capacity of pectins is depending on thefollowing factors: degree of esterification, content of non-methylated anhydrogalacturonic acid,and pH of solution. There was found that the maximum copper uptake capacity increasescorrespondingly to reduction of the degree of esterification of pectin, rise of the non-methylatedanhydrogalacturnic acid content and the solution pH. It is proposed to use for standardization ofpectin samples such parameters as the degree of esterification, content of anhydrogalacturonicacid, and intrinsic viscosity.


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