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- Bai, Long; McClements, David Julian
- Journal of colloid and interface science 2016 v.479 pp. 71-79
- Quillaja; biosurfactants; corn oil; cosmetics; droplets; electrostatic interactions; fermentation; fish oils; homogenization; industrial applications; ingredients; ionic strength; long chain triacylglycerols; microorganisms; nanoemulsions; pH; pharmaceutical industry; rhamnolipids; rhamnose; saponins; sodium chloride; temperature
- ... Nanoemulsions are used in the food, cosmetics, personal care and pharmaceutical industries to provide desirable optical, textural, stability, and delivery characteristics. In many industrial applications, it is desirable to formulate nanoemulsions using natural ingredients so as to develop label-friendly products. Rhamnolipids are biosurfactants isolated from certain microorganisms using fermentat ...
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