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- Li, Yan; Hu, Min; Du, Yumin; Xiao, Hang; McClements, David Julian
- Food hydrocolloids 2011 v.25 no.1 pp. 122-130
- bioavailability; calcium alginate; corn oil; crosslinking; digestibility; digestion; droplets; drugs; encapsulation; free fatty acids; functional foods; gastrointestinal system; humans; hydrocolloids; in vitro digestion; models; molecular weight; pH; polymers; satiety; shrinkage; trapping; triacylglycerol lipase; triacylglycerols; tributyrin
- ... Structured delivery systems, fabricated from natural lipids and polymers, are finding increasing use to improve the oral bioavailability of poorly water-soluble drugs and nutraceuticals, as well as to control the release of lipophilic bioactive molecules within the human gastrointestinal tract. This study focused on the development of filled hydrogel particles to control the digestion and release ...
- Yusoff, Anida; Murray, Brent S.
- Food hydrocolloids 2011 v.25 no.1 pp. 42-55
- confocal scanning laser microscopy; crosslinking; dispersions; droplet size; droplets; emulsifiers; emulsions; granules; homogenizers; lasers; light microscopy; light scattering; modified starch; particle size; particulates; scanning electron microscopy; starch granules; surface tension
- ... Oil-in-water (O/W) emulsions of 20vol% n-tetradecane have been prepared using food-compatible hydrophobic starch particulates as the primary emulsifier. As such, the systems appear to be Pickering emulsions. The starch particulates were generated from chemically cross-linked granules that do not swell on prolonged contact with water and which were made partially hydrophobic by reaction with octeny ...