Chroma Class 101: Some applications where color analysis and the quantification of colors or appearances are critically important include: foods, labeling, pharmaceuticals, paints and stains, …
Chroma Class 102: The potential for genotoxicity has been historically assessed on the basis of the Ames test. The Ames test relies on a bacterial probe embodied as a definitive and consistent strain of Salmonella typhimurium.
Correlation of Dendritic Carbohydrate Polymers in Terms of Percent Branching and MALLS-Based Data Related to Branching
Chroma Class 103: The functional properties of many carbohydrate polymers used in food, pharmaceutical and other industries often depends on molecular branching.