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Type of publication: conference paper
Type of publication (PDB): Recenzuojamos išplėstinės tezės / Peer-reviewed extended theses (T1d)
Field of Science: Farmacija / Pharmacy (M003);Biochemija / Biochemistry (N004)
Author(s): Pudžiuvelytė, Lauryna;Marksa, Mindaugas;Jakštas, Valdas;Ivanauskas, Liudas;Bernatonienė, Jurga
Title: Microencapsulation of Elsholtzia ciliata Herb ethanolic extract by spray-drying: effect of different encapsulating agents for spray-dried microcapsulesquality and encapsulation efficiency of rosmarinic acid, chlorogenic acid, and apigenin
Is part of: Proceedings of ISER International Conference : proceedings of ISER 214th international conference : 8-9 August, 2019, Crete, Greece / The International Society for Engineers and Researchers (ISER). Khandagiri : IRAJ, 2019
Extent: p. 48-49 : pav
Date: 2019
Keywords: Lamiaceae;chemistry;Plant extracts;chemistry;Oils, volatile;chemistry;Capsules;Drug compounding;methods
Abstract: Introduction. Spray-drying is the most popular encapsulation method used for the stabilization and protection of biologically active compounds from various environmental conditions, such as oxidation, moisture, pH, and temperature. The aim of this work was to study the effects of different wall materials on encapsulation efficiency (EE) of rosmarinic acid (RA), chlorogenic acid (CA), and apigenin (AP) from Elsholtzia ciliata herb. Materials and methods. Dried Elsholtzia herb ("Zolynu namai", Vilnius, Lithuania). Wall material compounds: sodium caseinate (SCAS), skim milk (SKIM), maltodextrin (MD), gumarabic (GUM), betacyclodextrin (BCYC) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich, Germany, resistant-maltodextrin (RMD) (Promitor 85™) was purchased from Bang& Bonsomer, Vilnius, Lithuania. [...]
Affiliation(s): Analizinės ir toksikologinės chemijos katedra
Farmakognozijos katedra
Lietuvos sveikatos mokslų universitetas
Vaistų technologijos ir socialinės farmacijos katedra
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