are naturally occurring oligosaccharides consisting of D-glucose molecules linked end-to-end by [alpha]-1,4 glycosidic bonds to form a circular structure.
Their efforts offer substantial information on the relative performance of different cyclodextrins
when encapsulating aroma compounds.
Once the saturated fats are bound in the "doughnut hole" of the cyclodextrins
, the cyclodextrin
/fat complexes become insoluble in water, so they form tiny clumps of material that are readily excreted from the body before entering the bloodstream.
are interesting because they have a lipophilic central cavity and a hydrophilic exterior surface.
Among his topics are tools and techniques for the physico-chemical characterization of nanoparticles, targeted gene delivery mediated by nanoparticles, chitosan nanoparticles, polyethylenimine nanoparticles, cyclodextrins
-containing polymers, and metallic and inorganic nanoparticles.
In subsequent sections, the dynamics of supply and demand, pricing history and structure of native starches, modified starches, starch sweeteners and sugar alcohols as well as maltodextrins and cyclodextrins
are discussed and illustrated in a quantitative form.
(CDs) is one of several technologies available to improve the solubility of poorly water-soluble drugs.
Wacker transferred responsibility for marketing cyclodextrins
, cystine and cysteine in Southeast Asia to DKSH in early October.
Pharmaceutical Processing: What are cyclodextrins
and what types of products can they be used in?
are bioengineered from plant-based raw materials, such as corn or potatoes, and can be used to mask unpleasant tastes, stabilize food sensitive ingredients, or increase bioavailability of certain active agents.
Reviews of the chemistry and industrial utility of cyclodextrins
have been published.
Experimenting with complexation, or the use of cyclodextrins
to form inclusion complexes with the bitter compounds, which masks the bitter taste