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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Lorelie P Bumanlag
Biobased and Other Animal Co-products Research
Physical Science Technician

Phone: (215) 233-6442 ext. 6442
Fax: (215) 233-6795

Room 2204
600 E. MERMAID LN
ERRC
WYNDMOOR , PA 19038


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Reaction of protein and carbohydrates with EDC for making unique biomaterials -
Taylor, M.M., Bumanlag, L.P., Brown, E.M., Liu, C. 2016. Reaction of protein and carbohydrates with EDC for making unique biomaterials. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 111(4):155-164.
Biopolymers produced from gelatin and chitosan using polyphenols Reprint Icon -
Taylor, M.M., Bumanlag, L.P., Brown, E.M., Liu, C. 2015. Biopolymers produced from gelatin and chitosan using polyphenols. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 110(12)392-400.
Reaction of protein and carbohydrates with EDC for purpose of making products with unique functional properties -
Taylor, M.M., Bumanlag, L.P., Brown, E.M., Liu, C. 2015. Reaction of protein and carbohydrates with EDC for purpose of making products with unique functional properties [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. p. 102.
Soluble collagen approach to a combination tannage mechanism -
Brown, E.M., Taylor, M.M., Bumanlag, L.P., Liu, C. 2015. Soluble collagen approach to a combination tannage mechanism [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. p. 103.
Powdered hide model for vegetable tanning II. hydrolyzable tannin Reprint Icon -
Brown, E.M., Taylor, M.M., Bumanlag, L.P. 2015. Powdered hide model for vegetable tanning II. hydrolyzable tannin. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 110(2):19-20.
Utilization of agricultural by-products to partially replace gelatin in preparation of products for leather Reprint Icon -
Taylor, M.M., Bumanlag, L.P., Lee, J., Latona, N.P., Brown, E.M., Liu, C. 2015. Utilization of agricultural by-products to partially replace gelatin in preparation of products for leather. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 110(1):13-18.
Utilization of agricultural by-products to supplement gelatin in preparation of products for leather -
Taylor, M.M., Bumanlag, L.P., Brown, E.M., Liu, C. 2014. Utilization of agricultural by-products to supplement gelatin in preparation of products for leather. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. p. 102.
Biopolymers produced from gelatin and other sustainable resources using polyphenols -
Taylor, M.M., Lee, J., Bumanlag, L.P., Latona, R.J., Brown, E.M. 2014. Biopolymers produced from gelatin and other sustainable resources using polyphenols. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 109:82-88.
Treatment of hides with tara-modified protein products -
Taylor, M.M., Medina, M.B., Lee, J., Bumanlag, L.P., Latona, N.P., Brown, E.M., Liu, C. 2013. Treatment of hides with tara-modified protein products. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 108:438-444.
Preparation and evaluation of tara-modified proteins -
Taylor, M.M., Lee, J.E., Bumanlag, L.P., Latona, R.J., Brown, E.M., Liu, C. 2013. Preparation and evaluation of tara-modified proteins. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 108(1):16-22.
Treatment of wet blue with fillers produced from quebracho-modified gelatin -
Taylor, M.M., Medina, M.B., Lee, J., Bumanlag, L.P., Brown, E.M., Liu, C. 2012. Treatment of wet blue with fillers produced from quebracho-modified gelatin. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 107(12):416-421.
Preparation and characterization of polyphenol-modified gelatin products Reprint Icon -
Taylor, M.M., Lee, J., Bumanlag, L.P., Latona, R.J., Brown, E.M., Liu, C. 2012. Preparation and characterization of polyphenol-modified gelatin products. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 107(2):51-59.
Use of high molecular weight biopolymers to improve the properties of chrome-free leather Reprint Icon -
Taylor, M.M., Lee, J., Bumanlag, L.P., Brown, E.M., Hernandez Balada, E. 2011. Use of high molecular weight biopolymers to improve the properties of chrome-free leather. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 106(12):353-359.
Preparation and characterization of polyphenol-modified gelatin products -
Treatments to enhance properties of chrome-free (wet white) leather -
Taylor, M.M., Lee, J., Bumanlag, L.P., Hernandez Balada, E., Brown, E.M. 2011. Treatments to enhance properties of chrome-free (wet white) leather. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 106(2):35-43.
Effect of chrominium in blue hides on activity of microbial transglutaminase -
Taylor, M.M., Lee, J., Bumanlag, L.P., Hernandez Balada, E., Brown, E.M. 2010. Effect of chrominium in blue hides on activity of microbial transglutaminase. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 105(6):175-180.
Treatment of low-quality hides with fillers produced from sustainable resources. Effect on properties of leather. -
Taylor, M.M., Lee, J., Bumanlag, L.P., Hernandez Balada, E., Cooke, P.H., Brown, E.M. 2009. Treatment of low-quality hides with fillers produced from sustainable resources: Effect on properties of leather. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 104(10):324-334.
Potential application for genipin-modified gelatin in leather processing -
Taylor, M.M., Bumanlag, L.P., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2009. Potential application for genipin-modified gelatin in leather processing. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 104(3):79-91.
Potential application for genipin-modified gelatin in leather processing -
USE OF ENZYMATICALLY MODIFIED GELATIN AND CASEIN AS FILLERS IN LEATHER PROCESSING -
Taylor, M.M., Bumanlag, L.P., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2006. Use of enzymatically modified gelatin and casein as fillers in leather processing. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 101(5):169-178.
PREPARATION OF FILLERS FOR LEATHER FROM ENZYMATICALLY MODIFIED COLLAGEN BY-PRODUCTS -
Taylor, M.M., Bumanlag, L.P., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2005. Preparation of fillers for leather from enzymatically modified collagen by-products [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association. Paper No. 13.
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