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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Maryann M Taylor
Biobased and Other Animal Co-products Research
Research Chemist

Phone: (215) 233-6435 ext. 6435
Fax: (215) 233-6795
Room 2204.1

600 E MERMAID LN
ERRC
WYNDMOOR , PA 190388598


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Reaction of gelatin and chitosan with water soluble carbodiimides -
Mechanical properties of biobased films prepared from collagen solutions derived from bovine hides -
Liu, C., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M. 2016. Mechanical properties of biobased films prepared from collagen solutions derived from bovine hides [abstract]. American Chemical Society National Meeting. 16:2.
The physical properties, morphology and viscoelasticity of biobased sponges prepared from un-tanned hides -
Liu, C., Siddique, A., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M. 2016. The physical properties, morphology and viscoelasticity of biobased sponges prepared from un-tanned hides [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. 16:1.
Preparation of biobased sponges from un-tanned hides Reprint Icon -
Siddique, A., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M., Liu, C. 2016. Preparation of biobased sponges from un-tanned hides. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 111(5):192-199.
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.
Soluble collagen approach to a combination tannage mechanism -
Brown, E.M., Taylor, M.M., Liu, C. 2016. Soluble collagen approach to a combination tannage mechanism. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 111(4):141-147.
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.
Biobased films prepared from collagen solutions derived from un-tanned hides -
Liu, C., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M., Ramos, M. 2015. Biobased films prepared from collagen solutions derived from un-tanned hides [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. p. 101.
Characterization of mechanical properties of leather with airborne ultrasonics Reprint Icon -
Liu, C., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M., Eble, C.T., Ramos, M. 2015. Characterization of mechanical properties of leather with airborne ultrasonics. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 110(3):88-93.
Biobased films prepared from collagen solutions derived from un-tanned hides Reprint Icon -
Liu, C., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M., Ramos, M. 2015. Biobased films prepared from collagen solutions derived from un-tanned hides. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 110(2):25-32.
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.
Preparation of nonwoven and green composites from tannery solid wastes -
Liu, C., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M. 2014. Preparation of nonwoven and green composites from tannery solid wastes. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. p. 101.
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.
Powdered hide model for vegetable tanning Reprint Icon -
Brown, E.M., Latona, R.J., Taylor, M.M., Gehring, A.G. 2014. Powdered hide model for vegetable tanning. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 109:8-13.
Preparation of nonwoven and green composites from collagen fibrous networks Reprint Icon -
Liu, C., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M. 2014. Preparation of nonwoven and green composites from collagen fibrous networks. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 109(2):35-40.
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.
Effects of bating, pickling, and crosslinking treatments on the characteristics of fibrous networks from un-tanned hides -
Liu, C., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M., Latona, R.J. 2013. Effects of bating, pickling, and crosslinking treatments on the characteristics of fibrous networks from un-tanned hides [abstract}. 109th Annual ALCA Convention, June 20-23, 2013, Pinehurst, North Carolina.
Model systems for leather research and beyond -
Brown, E.M., Latona, R.J., Taylor, M.M. 2013. Model systems for leather research and beyond. Proceedings Book XXXII Congress of the International Union of Leather Technologists and Chemists Societies (IULTCS), May 29-31, 2013, Istanbul, Turkey. p.29.
Effects of bating, pickling and crosslinking treatments on the characteristics of fibrous networks from un-tanned hides Reprint Icon -
Liu, C., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M., Latona, R.J. 2013. Effects of bating, pickling and crosslinking treatments on the characteristics of fibrous networks from un-tanned hides. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 108(3):79-85.
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.
Effects of pretanning processes on collagen structure and reactivity Reprint Icon -
Brown, E.M., Latona, R.J., Taylor, M.M. 2013. Effects of pretanning processes on collagen structure and reactivity. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 108:23-29.
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.
Effects of dehydration methods on characteristics of fibrous networks from un-tanned hides -
Liu, C., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M., Latona, R.J. 2012. Effects of dehydration methods on characteristics of fibrous networks from un-tanned hides [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting., June 7-10, 2012, Greensborough, North Carolina. 1:1.
Effects of dehydration methods on the characteristics of fibrous networks from un-tanned hides Reprint Icon -
Liu, C., Latona, N.P., Taylor, M.M., Latona, R.J. 2012. Effects of dehydration methods on the characteristics of fibrous networks from un-tanned hides. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 107(3):70-77.
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.
Effects of pretanning processes on bovine hide collagen structure Reprint Icon -
Brown, E.M., Latona, R.J., Taylor, M.M., Garcia, R.A. 2012. Effects of pretanning processes on bovine hide collagen structure. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 107(1):1-7.
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.
The quest for a comprehensive tanning mechanism -
Utilization of sustainable resources in leather processing -
Utilization of sustainable resources in leather processing -
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.
Powdered hide for research on tanning mechanisms -
Brown, E.M., Latona, R.J., Taylor, M.M. 2010. Powdered hide for research on tanning mechanisms. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 105(4):116-120.
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.
Whey Protein Isolate: A Potential Filler for the Leather Industry -
Hernandez Balada, E., Taylor, M.M., Brown, E.M., Liu, C., Cot, J. 2009. Whey Protein Isolate: A Potential Filler for the Leather Industry. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 104(4):122-130.
PROPERTIES OF BIOPOLYMERS PRODUCED BY TRANSGLUTAMINASE TREATMENT OF WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE AND GELATIN -
Hernandez, E., Taylor, M.M., Phillips, J.G., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2009.PROPERTIES OF BIOPOLYMERS PRODUCED BY TRANSGLUTAMINASE TREATMENT OF WHEY PROTEIN ISOLATE AND GELATIN. Bioresource Technology. 100(14):3638-3643.
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.
Tanning Effects of Aluminum -Genipin or -Vegetable Tannin Combinations -
Ding, K., Taylor, M.M., Brown, E.M. 2008. Tanning Effects of Aluminum -Genipin or -Vegetable Tannin Combinations. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 103(11):377-382.
Potential application for genipin-modified gelatin in leather processing -
Effect of Fillers Prepared from Enzymatically Modified Proteins on Mechanical Properties of Leather -
Taylor, M.M., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2008. Effect of Fillers Prepared from Enzymatically Modified Proteins on Mechanical Properties of Leather. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 103(4):128-137.
Preparation and Characterization of Fillers Produced from Renewable Resources: Evaluation of Treated Leather -
Taylor, M.M., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2007. Preparation and Characterization of Fillers Produced from Renewable Resources: Evaluation of Treated Leather. In: Proceedings of International Union of Leather Technologists and Chemists Societies and American Leather Chemists Association Conference, June 20-24, 2007, Washington, D.C. 2007 CDROM.
Preparation and Characterization of Fillers Produced from Renewable Resources: Evaluation of Treated Leather -
Taylor, M.M., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2007. Preparation and Characterization of Fillers Produced from Renewable Resources: Evaluation of Treated Leather [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. p. 38.
Genipin -Aluminum or -Vegetable Tannin Combinations on Hide Powder -
Ding, K., Taylor, M.M., Brown, E.M. 2007. Genipin -Aluminum or -Vegetable Tannin Combinations on Hide Powder. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 102(5):164-170.
DELIMING OF UN-BOUNDED AND BOUNDED LIME FROM WHITE HIDE -
Kolomaznik, K., Bailey, D.G., Taylor, M.M. 2007. Deliming of un-bounded and bounded lime from white hide. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 102(5):158-163.
Evaluation of Polymers Prepared from Gelatin and Casein or Whey as Potential Fillers -
Taylor, M.M., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2007. Evaluation of Polymers Prepared from Gelatin and Casein or Whey as Potential Fillers. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 102(4):111-120.
CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL EVALUATION OF THE CROSSLINKING OF BOVINE HIDE COLLAGEN BY GENIPIN -
TANNING POTENTIAL OF GENIPIN -
Ding, K., Taylor, M.M., Brown, E.M. 2006. Tanning potential of genipin [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. Paper No. 17.
DELIMING OF BOUND AND UN-BOUND LIME FROM WHITE HIDE -
Kolomaznik, K., Bailey, D.G., Taylor, M.M. 2006. Deliming of bound and un-bound lime from white hide [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. Paper No. 13.
EFFECT OF FILLERS PREPARED FROM ENZYMATICALLY MODIFIED PROTEINS ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF LEATHER -
Taylor, M.M., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2006. Effect of fillers prepared from enzymatically modified proteins on mechanical properties of leather [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. Paper No. 3.
EFFECT OF GENIPIN ON THE THERMAL STABILITY OF HIDE POWDER -
Ding, K., Taylor, M.M., Brown, E.M. 2006. Effect of Genipin on the Thermal Stability of Hide Powder. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 101(10):362-367.
PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOPOLYMERS DERIVED FROM ENZYMATICALLY MODIFIED GELATIN AND WHEY -
Taylor, M.M., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2006. Preparation and characterization of biopolymers derived from enzymatically modified gelatin and whey. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 101(6):235-248.
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.
HIDES TO LEATHER: STUDIES ON DEHAIRING, PROTEOGLYCANS, APPLICATIONS OF WASTE PROTEINS, DRYING, AND NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF LEATHER -
Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M., Liu, C., Mozersky, S.M., Taylor, M.M. 2005. Hides to leather: studies on dehairing, proteoglycans, applications of waste proteins, drying, and nondestructive testing of leather. Program No. 370 [CD-ROM]. 2005 Abstract Viewer. Honolulu, Hawaii: International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies.
ENGINEERING STUDY OF COLLAGEN GRAFTING -
Kasala, J., Taylor, M.M., Raschik, P., Kolomaznik, K. 2005. Engineering study of collagen grafting [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association. Paper No. 12.
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.
PREPARATION OF HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT PRODUCTS BY CROSSLINKING PROTEIN ISOLATED FROM THE ENZYMATIC PROCESSING OF CHROMIUM-CONTAINING COLLAGENOUS WASTE I. EXTRACTION OF GELATIN -
Taylor, M.M., Cabeza, L., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2005. Preparation of high molecular weight products by crosslinking protein isolated from the enzymatic processing of chromium-containing collagenous waste i. extraction of gelatin. Leather Science and Engineering. 15(2):3-7.
PREPARATION OF HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT PRODUCTS BY CROSSLINKING PROTEIN ISOLATED FROM THE ENZYMATIC PROCESSING OF CHROMIUM-CONTAINING COLLAGENOUS WASTE II. MODIFICATION OF GELATIN -
Taylor, M.M., Cabeza, L., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2005. Preparation of high molecular weight products by crosslinking protein isolated from the enzymatic processing of chromium-containing collagenous waste ii. modification of gelatin. Leather Science and Engineering. 15(5):3-6; 15(6):3-9.
FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE POOR FLOW PROPERTIES OF MEAT & BONE MEAL AND METHODS FOR IMPROVING THESE PROPERTIES -
CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOPOLYMERS PREPARED FROM GELATIN AND SODIUM CASEINATE FOR POTENTIAL USE IN LEATHER PROCESSING -
Taylor, M.M., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2005. Characterization of biopolymers prepared from gelatin and sodium caseinate for potential use in leather processing. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 100(3):149-159.
APPLICATION OF TRANSGLUTAMINASE TO DERIVATIZE PROTEINS. 1. STUDIES ON SOLUBLE PROTEINS AND PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON WOOL -
Gembeh, S.V., Farrell Jr, H.M., Taylor, M.M., Brown, E.M., Marmer, W.N. 2004. Application of transglutaminase to derivatize proteins. 1. studies on soluble proteins and preliminary results on wool. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture. 85:418-424.
PREPARATION OF BIOIPOLYMERS FROM RENEWABLE RESOURCES FOR POTENTIAL APPLICATION IN LEATHER PROCESSING -
Taylor, M.M., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2004. Preparation of bioipolymers from renewable resources for potential application in leather processing [abstract]. 227th American Chemical Society National Meeting. Paper No. CELL 87.
PREPARATION OF BIOPOLYMERS. POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS IN LEATHER PROCESSING -
Taylor, M.M., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2004. Preparation of biopolymers. potential applications in leather processing [abstract]. American Leather Chemists Association Meeting. Paper No. 20.
MOLECULAR WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION AND FUNCTIONAL PROPERTIES OF ENZYMATICALLY MODIFIED COMMERCIAL AND EXPERIMENTAL GELATINS -
Taylor, M.M., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2004. Molecular weight distribution and functional properties of enzymatically modified commercial and experimental gelatins. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 99(3):129-141.
ESSENTIAL CHROMIUM? -
Brown, E.M., Taylor, M.M. 2003. Essential Chromium?. Journal of American Leather Chemists Association. 98:408-414.
ENZYME-CATALYZED GEL-FORMATION OF GELATIN AND CHITOSAN. POTENTIAL FOR IN SITU APPLICATIONS -
PAYNE, G.F., CHEN, T., EMBREE, H.D., BROWN, E.M., TAYLOR, M.M. ENZYME-CATALYZED GEL-FORMATION OF GELATIN AND CHITOSAN. POTENTIAL FOR IN SITU APPLICATIONS. BIOMACROMOLECULES. 2003. V. 24. P. 2831-2841.
ENZYMATIC MODIFICATION OF HYDROLYSIS PRODUCTS FROM COLLAGEN USING A MICROBIAL TRANSGLUTAMINASE III PREPARATION OF FILMS WITH IMPROVED MECHANICAL PROPERTIES -
Taylor, M.M., Liu, C., Marmer, W.N., Brown, E.M. 2003. Enzymatic modification of hydrolysis products from collagen using a microbial transglutaminase. III. preparation of films with improved mechanical properties. Journal of American Leather Chemists Assocation. 98(11):435-444.
CLOSED LOOP FOR CHROMIUM IN TANNERY OPERATION -
KOLOMAZNIK, K., SHELLY, D., TAYLOR, M.M., MLADEK, M., LANGMAIER, F. CLOSED LOOP FOR CHROMIUM IN TANNERY OPERATION. JOURNAL OF AMERICAN LEATHER CHEMISTS ASSOCIATION. 2003. V. 98(12). P. 487-490.
VALUABLE PRODUCTS FROM TANNERY WASTE -
A STUDY ON THE POSSIBILITY OF ENZYMATIC TREATMENT OF CHROME-TANNED LEATHER WASTE -
TREATMENT OF CHROME-TANNED LEATHER WASTE -
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