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Encapsulation of plant and animal oils used in dairy industry: A review

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Nanoliposome Encapsulation with Donkey Milk Bioactive Proteins and Its Possible Application in Dermatology and Cosmetics

References 1. Ekambaram P, Abdul Hasan Sathali A, Priyanka K. Solid lipid nanoparticles: a review. Sci Revs ChemCommun 2012; 2: 80-102. 2. Gonnet M, Lethuaut L, Boury F. New trends in encapsulation of liposoluble vitamins. J Control Release 2010; 146: 276–90 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jconrel.2010.01.037 3. Cevc G. Transfersomes, liposomes and other lipid suspensions on the skin: permeation enhancement, vesicle penetration, and transdermal drug delivery. Crit Rev Ther Drug Carrier Syst 1996; 13: 257-388. https://doi.org/10

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Laboratory Experimental Analysis on Encapsulated Stone Column

-1341, Cancun, Mexico 2008. 6. G. ARAUJO, M. PALMEIRA, R. CUNHA, Behaviour of Geosynthetic-Encased Granular Columns in Porous Collapsible soil, Geosynthetics International, 16 , 6, 433-451, 2009. 7. T. AYADAT, A. M. HANNA Encapsulated Stone Columns as A Soil Improvement Technique for Collapsible Soil, Ground Improvement, 9 , 4, 137-147, 2005. 8. C. DI PRISCO, A. GALLI, E. CANTARELLI, D. BONGIORNO, Georeinforced Sand Columns: Small Scale Experimental Tests and Theoretical Modeling, 8th Int. Conf. on Geosynthetics, 1685

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The Storage Efficiency of Immobilized Bradyrhizobium japonicum Strain Using Encapsulation Method

legume inoculants. In: Methods for evaluation biological nitrogen fixation, Begerson F.J. (Ed.) Wiley, New York. Uludag H., De Vos P., Tresco P.A. (2000): Technology of mammalian cell encapsulation. Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews , 42 (1-2): 29-64. Vemmer M., Patel A.V. (2013): Review of encapsulation methods suitable for microbial biological control agents. Biological Control, 67: 380-389. Wittaya-Areekul S., Kruenate J., Prahsarn C. (2006): Preparation and in vitro evaluation of mucoadhesive properties of alginate/chitosan microparticles containing

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Preparation, characterization and rheological behavior of chitosan nanocapsule emulsion encapsulated tuberose fragrance

). Production and characterization of multinuclear microcapsules encapsulating lavender oil by complex coacervation. Flavour Fragr. J. 29, 166–172. DOI: 10.1002/ffj.3192. 5. Alves, N.M. & Mano, J.F. (2008). Chitosan derivatives obtained by chemical modifications for biomedical and environmental applications. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 43, 401–414. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2008.09.007. 6. Li, L.H., Deng, J.C., Deng, H.R., Liu, Z.L. & Xin, L. (2010). Synthesis and characterization of chitosan/ZnO nanoparticle composite membranes. Carbohydr. Res. 345, 994–998. DOI

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Preparation of micro-encapsulated strawberry fragrance and its application in the aromatic wallpaper

457, 16-26. DOI: 10.1016/j.colsurfa.2014.05.033. 3. Mirabedini, S.M., Dutil, I. & Farnood, R.R. (2012). Preparation and characterization of ethyl cellulose-based core-shell microcapsules containing plant oils. Colloid. Surf. A 394, 74-84. DOI: 10.1016/j.colsurfa.2011.11.028. 4. Xiao, Z., Wang, E., Zhu, G., Zhou, R. & Niu, Y. (2016). Preparation, characterization and rheological behavior of chitosan nanocapsule emulsion encapsulated tuberose fragrance. Pol. J. Chem. Technol. 18, 1-8. DOI: 10.1515/pjct-2016-0021. 5

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Encapsulation of Gallic Acid with Acid-Modified Low Dextrose Equivalent Potato Starch Using Spray-and Freeze-Drying Techniques

REFERENCES 1. Barbosa M.I.M.J., Borsarelli C.D., Mercadante Z., Light stability of spray-dried bixin encapsulated with different edible polysaccharide preparations. Food. Res. Int., 2005, 38, 989–994. 2. Barrett E.P., Joyner L.G., Halenda P.P., The determination of pore volume and area distributions in porous substances. I. Computations form nitrogen isotherms. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1951, 73, 373–380. 3. Bhandari B., Howes T., Relating the stickiness property of foods undergoing drying and dried products to their surface energetics. Dry. Technol

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Encapsulated catalase from Serratia genus for H2O2 decomposition in food applications

.A., Sariri, R., Vianello, F. & Stevanato, R. (2013). Enzyme immobilization: an update. J. Chem. Biol. 6(4), 185-205. DOI: 10.1007/s12154-013-0102-9. 11. Dogac, Y.I., Cinar, M. & Teke, M. (2015). Improving of Catalase Stability Properties by Encapsulation in Alginate/ Fe3O4 Magnetic Composite Beads for Enzymatic Removal of H2O2. Prep. Biochem. Biotech. 45(2), 144-157. DOI: 10.1080/10826068.2014.907178. 12. Rios, G.M., Beelleville, M.P. & Paolucci, D., et al. (2004). Progress in enzymatic membrane reactors - a review. J. Membrane Sci. 242

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Encapsulation of L-ascorbic acid via polycaprolactone-polyethylene glycol-casein bioblends

LITERATURE CITED 1. Chakkarapani, P., Subbiah, L., Palanisamy, S., Bibiana, A., Ahrentorp, F., Jonasson, C. & Johansson, C. (2015). Encapsulation of methotrexate loaded magnetic microcapsules for magnetic drug targeting and controlled drug release. J. Magn. Magn. Mater . 380, 285–294. DOI: 10.1016/j.jmmm.2014.11.006. 2. Zhou, G., Zhao, Y., Hu, J., Shen, L., Liu, W. & Yang, X. (2013). A new drug-loading technique with high efficiency and sustained-releasing ability via the Pickering emulsion interfacial assembly of temperature/pH-sensitive nanogels

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Basic Problems and Solution of the Encapsulation of a Low-Voltage Spark Gap with Arc Splitter Chamber

Basic Problems and Solution of the Encapsulation of a Low-Voltage Spark Gap with Arc Splitter Chamber

The main disadvantage of horn spark gaps resulting from the blow-out of hot ionised gases in case of lightning impulse and follow currents is discussed for modern and compact DIN rail mounted arresters. The technical problems of fully encapsulated horn spark gaps are revealed. Based on technical specifications, basic calculations for the required arc voltages and the thermal loads were made in advance for dimensioning the arc splitter chamber and the arc area of the spark gap. A method to fully encapsulate such spark gaps is proposed and its efficiency is described based on experiments with different arrangements and loads.

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