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- Ghorani, Behrouz, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Food hydrocolloids 2015 v.51 pp. 227-240
- ambient temperature; aqueous solutions; bacteria; bioactive compounds; biopolymers; coagulation; denaturation; electrospraying; encapsulation; food industry; food technology; gastrointestinal system; hydrocolloids; nanocarriers; nanofibers; prebiotics; probiotics; spray drying; viability
- ... Encapsulation of bioactive compounds and probiotic bacteria within prebiotic substances to protect or even enhance their survival whilst passing upper gastro-intestinal tract, is an area of great interest for both academia and the food industries. Different methods have been suggested, examined and applied to encapsulate and dry probiotics and bioactive compounds, for example spray drying. However ...
- Ghorani, Behrouz, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Food research international 2015 v.78 pp. 448-464
- antibodies; binding sites; biomimetics; composite polymers; coproducts; crosslinking; enzymes; food industry; molecular imprinting; nanofibers; nucleic acids; polymerization; receptors; toxins
- ... Molecular recognition plays an indispensable role in nature for the recognition of antibodies, enzymes and nucleic acids. Biomimetic fibrous non-woven materials are being developed to act as highly sensitive and selective artificial receptors based on molecular recognition sites in the constituent fibres. Molecular imprinting technologies (MITs) with specific recognition abilities are currently be ...