アミロース ジャガイモ由来

used as amylase substrate

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amylopectin, essentially free
≤10% ethanol
≤2% butanol


room temp

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アミロースは、アミロペクチンと共にデンプンを構成するポリグルコース多糖体です。 アミロペクチンのグリコシド結合は、α-1,4結合です。アミロースは、アミラーゼの同定、識別、および特徴付けに使用されます。アミロースは、増粘剤、ゲル化剤、および乳化安定剤として使用されます。アミロースは、薬剤送達に利用できる可能性のあるフィルムおよび膜の調製に使用されます。


250 mg in poly bottle
1, 5, 25 g in poly bottle




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    If available for a given product, the recommended re-test date or the expiration date can be found on the Certificate of Analysis.

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  3. What can I use to solubilize Amylose from Potato, Product A0512?

    This product is soluble in 50 mM NaOH at a concentration of 1 mg/mL. The product can also be dissolved as follows (final concentration = 1 mg/ml): Dissolve 100 mg in 1 mL ethanol. Add 10 mL water and 2 mL of 10% NaOH. Heat in boiling water bath until sample dissolves, cool to ambient temperature, then dilute to 100 mL with water.

  4. What is the blue value of Amylose from Potato, Product A0512? How is it determined?

    Prepare iodine solution and Solution A:  1. Iodine solution: 0.2% iodine in 2% potassium iodide.2. Solution A: To 100 mg of sample in 100 mL flask, add 1 mL ethanol. Add 10 mL water and 2 mL of 10% NaOH. Warm in boiling water bath until sample dissolves. After cooling, dilute to 100 mL with water.Transfer 2.5 mL of solution A to 250 mL flask. To this flask, add 50 mL water, then 2 drops of 6 N hydrochloric acid, followed by 2.5 mL of Iodine solution. Dilute to 250 mL with water. Read absorbance at 680 nm against a blank.The final solution to be read will be at a sample concentration of 10 μg per mL, and 1% of the iodine solution.This procedure is based on McCready, R. M., and Hassid, W. Z., The Separation and Quantitative Estimation of Amylose and Amyolpectin in Potato Starch. J. Am. Chem. Soc., Vol. 65, pp. 1154-1157 (1943).

  5. What is the molecular weight of Amylose from Potato, Product A0512?

    Sigma-Aldrich has not determined the molecular weight of the product. One reported range is from 40,000 to 340,000 Daltons, with chains containing 250 to 2000 anhydroglucose units. Source: WHO Food Additives Series No. 5.

  6. What is the method of preparation of Amylose from Potato, Product A0512?

    The method of preparation is given in Street and Close, Clin. Chim. Acta, 1, 256-268 (1956). Potato starch is dissolved in boiling 2% (w/v) NaCl solution, filtered while hot, then cooled. Thymol is added, and the mixture is stirred for 48 hr. Amylopectin is decanted away in the supernatant. The precipitate is washed six times with concentrated thymol solution, four times with absolute ethanol, and dried.

  7. What do the "Types" of Amylose from Potato, Product A0512, mean?

    The "Type" of the product has no significant meaning outside Sigma-Aldrich. The differences between products were designated by types before Sigma had established product numbers for specific products. The types were differentiated on several bases, including manufacturing method, source, and purity.

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Fernanda M Carbinatto et al.
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Pectin-high amylose starch mixtures (1:4; 1:1; 4:1) were cross-linked at different degrees and characterized by rheological, thermal, X-ray diffraction and NMR analyses. For comparison, samples without cross-linker addition were also prepared and characterized. Although all samples behaved as gels, the
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Several methods were used to investigate the possibility of preparing inclusion complexes between amylose and polytetrahydrofurans (PTHF) via direct mixing. Potato amylose (M(v) ∼ 200 kg/mol) and synthetic amylose (M(n) 42 kg/mol) were complexed with PTHF having different molecular weights
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