S. V. Nemtsev

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A procedure of isolation of chitin, chitosan, and water-soluble low-molecular-weight chitosan from the corpses of bees has been developed. This procedure includes deproteinization of bee corpses, discoloration of the chitin–melanin complex, deacetylation, and enzymatic hydrolysis of chitosan.
Mycological analysis throughout the vegetation period of potato (Solanum tuberosum) made it possible to study in detail the structure of the micromycete community, to determine typical dominant (frequency, more than 60%), typical common (frequency, 30 to 60%), typical rare (frequency, 10 to 30%), and casual (frequency, less than 10%) species and to estimate(More)
Chitin isolated enzymatically from Antarctic krill shells was dissolved in aqueous NaOH by freezing and thawing to create homogeneous conditions. Deacetylation was performed at room temperature or under heating. The degree of deacetylation, molecular weight, and dynamic viscosity of solutions were estimated in chitosan samples. Deacetylation of chitin under(More)
Chitin isolated enzymatically from Antarctic krill shells was dissolved in aqueous NaOH by freezing and thawing to create homogenous conditions. Deacetylation was performed at room temperature or heating. The degree of deacetylation, molecular weight, and dynamic viscosity of solutions were estimated in chitosan samples. Deacetylation of chitin under(More)
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