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Stereospecific Synthesis of Rhamnolipids and their Sugar Analogues from Sustainable Sources by Chemical and Chemoenzymatic Pathway
This technology is a method of synthesizing enantiomerically pure rhamnolipids without the need for a chromatographic separation, such synthesis using enzymatic processing. The method may be used to create compounds with multiple, specific chiral centers. Background: Rhamnolipids are a type of chemical notable particularly for their surfactant...
Published: 10/6/2021   |   Inventor(s): Jeanne Pemberton, Tyler Roberts
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Materials > Chemicals, Technology Classifications > Materials > Biomaterials, Technology Classifications > Materials > Biocompatible
Sugar-Based Low Molecular Weight Hydrogels from Alkyl Glycolipids
University of Arizona researchers have created sugar-based low molecular weight hydrogels that spontaneously self-assemble through weak, noncovalent intermolecular interactions. These gels are thixotropic, biocompatible, and biodegradable. Despite being held together through non-covalent interactions, these hydrogels exhibit greater mechanical strength...
Published: 3/26/2021   |   Inventor(s): Jeanne Pemberton, Laurel Kegel, Yu-Cheng Wang
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Energy, Cleantech & Environmental > Remediation, Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > MEMS & Nanotechnology, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Dermatology, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Musculoskeletal Disorders, Orthopedics/Bone, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Regenerative Medicine / Tissue Engineering, Technology Classifications > Healthcare Portfolios > Wound Healing, Technology Classifications > Life Sciences > Drug Delivery, Technology Classifications > Materials > Biocompatible, Technology Classifications > Materials > Biomaterials, Technology Classifications > Materials > Medical Devices > Therapeutic, Technology Classifications > Materials > Nanomaterials
Glyonic Liquids for Use as Deep Eutectic Solvents
A new class of ionic liquids, “glyonic liquids,” have been developed based on carbohydrate-lipid chemistry for use as room-temperature ionic liquids, deep eutectic solvents, and superconducting protonic liquids. A wide variety of chemical structures are available and can be synthetically tuned to tailor resultant properties via either biosynthesized...
Published: 2/15/2019   |   Inventor(s): Jeanne Pemberton, Bhushan Deodhar
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Energy, Cleantech & Environmental > Manufacturing, Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > Industrial & Manufacturing
Superconducting Glyonic Liquids
A new class of ionic liquids, “glyonic liquids,” have been developed based on carbohydrate-lipid chemistry for use as room-temperature ionic liquids, deep eutectic solvents, and superconducting protonic liquids and/or immobilized substrates. A wide variety of chemical structures are available and can be synthetically tuned to tailor resultant...
Published: 2/15/2019   |   Inventor(s): Jeanne Pemberton, Bhushan Deodhar
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Energy, Cleantech & Environmental > Fuel Cells, Technology Classifications > Energy, Cleantech & Environmental > Manufacturing, Technology Classifications > Engineering & Physical Sciences > Industrial & Manufacturing
Glyonic Liquids
A new class of ionic liquids, “glyonic liquids,” have been developed based on carbohydrate-lipid chemistry for use as room-temperature ionic liquids, deep eutectic solvents, and superconducting protonic liquids. A wide variety of chemical structures are available and can be synthetically tuned to tailor resultant properties via either biosynthesized...
Published: 2/15/2019   |   Inventor(s): Jeanne Pemberton, Bhushan Deodhar
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Materials
Carbohydrate-Based Surfactants and Methods of Production
This invention is a method to produce carbohydrate-based surfactants with repeated succession using a glycosylation promotor. Background: Current amphiphilic molecules, surfactants, emulsifiers, cleaning products and food additives are mostly made from synthetic surfactants. Commonly these surfactants are prepared from petroleum-based materials...
Published: 1/25/2018   |   Inventor(s): Jeanne Pemberton, Robin Polt, Raina Maier, Ricardo Pacheco
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Life Sciences > Nutraceuticals