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Gellan Gum is an agar substitute and gelling agent. It is used in the food industry as an anti-settling agent, thickener or stabilizer. Also used in cosmetic industries due to its special gelling property. It is also used in pharmaceuticals and in tissue engineering. It is used as a substitute for agar in leptospiral media. Also useful in a wide variety of immobilization matricies.
Vieira, S.; Vial, S.; Maia, F. R.; Carvalho, M.; Reis, R. L.; Granja, P. L.; Oliveira, J. M. Gellan gum-coated gold nanorods: an intracellular nanosystem for bone tissue engineering. RSC Adv.2015, 5 (95), 77996-78005.
Vora, S. R.; Bognet, B.; Patanwala, H. S.; Chinesta, F.; Ma, A. W. K. Surface Pressure and Microstructure of Carbon Nanotubes at an Air-Water Interface. Langmuir 2015, 31 (16), 4663-4672.