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Journal of Faculty of Food Engineering
Isolated polysaccharides from different natural sources have gained a real interest from the scientific community due to biologically active effects on body functions such as: lipid metabolism correction, immune stimulating, glycemic control in type II diabetes, antitumor activity, etc. A category of these polysaccharides is β-glucans, β-D-glucose polymers produced by various organisms such as bacteria, yeasts, algae and plants. This paper presents the experimental results obtained from thefatcat:wk4jhevl5jf2jidwq3okmc3fka