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Academic Article Nanoemulsion-based oral delivery systems for lipophilic bioactive components: nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals.
Academic Article Emulsion-based delivery systems for lipophilic bioactive components.
Academic Article Encapsulation and release of hydrophobic bioactive components in nanoemulsion-based delivery systems: impact of physical form on quercetin bioaccessibility.
Academic Article Design of nano-laminated coatings to control bioavailability of lipophilic food components.
Academic Article Encapsulation of functional lipophilic components in surfactant-based colloidal delivery systems: vitamin E, vitamin D, and lemon oil.
Academic Article Encapsulation, protection, and release of hydrophilic active components: potential and limitations of colloidal delivery systems.
Academic Article Interaction of a dietary fiber (pectin) with gastrointestinal components (bile salts, calcium, and lipase): a calorimetry, electrophoresis, and turbidity study.
Academic Article Designing biopolymer microgels to encapsulate, protect and deliver bioactive components: Physicochemical aspects.
Academic Article Minor components in food oils: a critical review of their roles on lipid oxidation chemistry in bulk oils and emulsions.
Academic Article Structural design principles for delivery of bioactive components in nutraceuticals and functional foods.
Academic Article Emulsion design to improve the delivery of functional lipophilic components.
Academic Article Structured emulsion-based delivery systems: controlling the digestion and release of lipophilic food components.
Academic Article Influence of oat components on lipid digestion using an in vitro model: Impact of viscosity and depletion flocculation mechanism.
Academic Article Impact of ripening inhibitors on molecular transport of antimicrobial components from essential oil nanoemulsions.
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