Chin Ping Tan

Chin Ping Tan
Universiti Putra Malaysia | UPM · Faculty of Food Science and Technology

PhD (Food Processing)

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September 2002 - August 2004
August 2001 - present
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Position
  • Head/ Professor
Education
May 1998 - May 2001
Universiti Putra Malaysia
Field of study
  • Food Processing

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Publications (457)
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Applications of nanotechnology and vegetable oil in topical formulation have emerged to provide benefits to develop effective and safe advanced biocosmetic prototypes. The study aimed to optimize the ratio of UV filters in kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) seed oil nanocarrier to form a sunscreen formulation. The nanocarriers were characterized based...
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There is a risk of toxicological reactions due to systemic absorption and photo-instability of sunscreens. The study aimed to investigate the safety profile (cytotoxicity, phototoxicity, photostability, UV filter release profile, and skin irritation properties) of sunscreen (NLC-TRF sunscreen) produced from nanostructured lipid carriers (NLCs) and...
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Present study prepared anionic powdered-nanoliposomes loaded with algal oil using phosphatidylserine and different wall materials (maltodextrin and hydroxypropyl β-cyclodextrin). All the powdered liposomes were nanosized (238.97 ± 4.67–256.30 ± 0.85 nm) with negative zeta potential (-71.80 ± 7.84 – -51.46 ± 1.27 mv). We have investigated and compar...
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Nanofibrillated cellulose (NFC) is a type of nanocellulose with multiple functionalities. Typically, NFC is produced via mechanical high-pressure homogenization process. However, this process is energy intensive and the fibrous nature of NFC often causes instrument blockage. The present study aims to utilize endoglucanase enzyme as an environmental...
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Oxidative stress is an important part of the development of NAFLD, and hepatic injury can be prevented by inhibiting oxidative stress. In this study, we investigated the potential role of sinapine in protecting the liver. LPS was selected to establish the oxidative stress model of THLE-2 cells, and the treatment concentrations of LPS (5 μg/mL) and...
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A great deal of attention has been paid to charactering the protein hydrolysates prepared by enzymatic hydrolysis, while the influence of molecular weight (MW) distributions on the resultant hydrolysates remains unclear. This study aimed to explore the physicochemical and antioxidant characteristics of protein hydrolysate and its peptide fractions....
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Red dragon fruit is rich in health-benefited betacyanins that are susceptible to degradation. The present study was to improve the fermented red dragon fruit drink (FRDFD) betacyanins stability by incorporating hydrocolloids solution of xanthan gum (XG, 0.15-0.30%, w/v) and carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC, 0.3-0.5%, w/v) to produce Improved-FRDFD-dH2O...
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Excessive exposures to UV radiation can caused skin hyperpigmentation and lead to oxidative damage that compromise the integrity of the skin. The application of cosmeceuticals products is reported as an effective strategy. In the last decades, sustainability arises as a challenge, and the cosmetic industry is not an exception. The explore for new s...
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Deep frying is one of the most popular culinary processes, which induces oils generating a large number of polar compounds (PC) with complex structure, resulting in the difficulty of isolation and identification. In this review, we aimed to discuss the components of PC and then summary highly selective and highly sensitive approaches to analysis PC...
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Proper wound healing is vital for the survival of higher organisms. Responses to skin injury can lead to complications such as scar formation that can affect the quality of life. In this study, keratinocytes migration (scratch assay) and zebrafish tail regeneration experiments were used to evaluate the wound healing effect of a tocotrienol-based na...
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Background: Thymol is a natural essential oil with strong volatility, low solubility, poor dispersion, strong irritation, and unpleasant smell, which often requires appropriate porous materials to encapsulate thymol during the application process. However, the encapsulation efficiency of thymol in inclusion complexes is low, and new methods of enc...
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In this study, the effects of n-decanoic acid (n-CA) or coconut oil (CCN) on the release of ethylene from V-type starch (VS) were investigated. Results of differential scanning calorimetry showed that adding n-CA or CCN into VS generated a starch–lipid complex. Results of scanning electron microscopy and confocal laser scanning microscopy indicated...
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With an aim to prepare the healthier functional chocolate, olive oil-based diacylglycerol plastic fat (ODAGP) was prepared by mixing olive oil-based diacylglycerol stearin (O-DAGS) and olive oil-based diacylglycerol olein (O-DAGO) as confectionery fat in compound chocolate. We reported the physicochemical properties of ODAGP and ODAGP-CB blends, an...
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Beeswax (BW) is widely used in structured oil to mimic fat crystals, due to its needle-like crystal structure and effective gelling ability. In this study, the crystallization behavior of BW in liquid oil was analyzed at different cooling temperatures and BW concentrations. Results showed that temperature and BW concentrations played a role in reac...
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The increasing consumer awareness of healthier food choices with low calories and high fiber content has driven the development of sucrose-free dark compound chocolate enriched with dietary fiber. Therefore, this study aimed to determine the effect of adding dietary fiber-low digestible carbohydrate (LDC) polymer on the moisture sorption behavior a...
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Different drying techniques impart distinguishing characteristics to goat milk, particularly to its fat globules. Here, we investigated the difference between freeze-dried and spray-dried goat milk (FGM and SGM) fat globules on lipid profiling and in vitro infant gastrointestinal digestibility. The former presented higher levels of MUFA (31.76%) an...
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Cocoa butter equivalent (CBE) was prepared from illipé butter (IB) and palm mid-fraction (PMF) blends in different wt ratios. The solid fat content (SFC), compatibility, crystallization/melting thermograms and crystal microstructure of the blends were studied. Softening occurred with IB/PMF blends due to eutectic formation and resulted in blend 75/...
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Milk processing technology disrupts milk fat globule membrane (MFGM) structures and decreases the phospholipid content in MFGM. The present study aimed to evaluate the effects of homogenization, thermal treatment, and cold storage on milk phospholipids. A total of 175 phospholipid molecular species were identified and quantified. Phosphatidylcholin...
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Extraction technology can influence the vegetable oil functional quality. Polyphenols in rapeseed oil have been proved to be beneficial for cardiovascular health. In this study, we evaluated the effect of extraction methods on the functional quality of rapeseed oil from the perspective of phenolic compounds. The results showed that hot pressing pro...
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The present work investigated the interaction between soy lecithin (SL), glyceryl monostearate (GMS), and water in structuring palm olein (PO) to create an organogel having similar mechanical properties to commercial spread. Extreme vertices mixture design was used to optimize the composition of PO-based organogel. The resulting model showed a good...
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This research synthesized structure lipids (SL) from blends of fully hydrogenated palm kernel oil (FHPKO), coconut oil (CNO) and fully hydrogenated palm stearin (FHPS) by enzymatic interesterification (EIE)using rProROL, an sn-1,3-specific lipase from Rhizopus oryzae, as a catalyst. Five physical blends of FHPKO:CNO:FHPS were prepared with the foll...
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The study used highly lipophilic compounds to evaluate membrane physical and constitutional changes and vesicle stabilization of mixed soy lecithin (ML)-based liposomes. The in vitro bio-accessibility of novel quercetin (QU)-loaded ML-based liposomes as a function of particle size, polydispersity index (PDI), zeta potential (ZP), different membrane...
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The effect of different types of oils including camellia oil (CLO), sunflower oil (SFO), corn oil (CO) and linseed oil (LO) on the formation, crystal network structure and mechanical properties of 4%wt beeswax (BW) in oleogel was investigated. BW oleogels containing oils with higher contents of polyunsaturated fatty acids gelled first (1%wt), espec...
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Protox inhibiting herbicides such as nitrofen have detrimental effects on the environment and human health. The current work aims to fabricate a Candida rugosa lipase (CRL)-based electrochemical sensor for rapid and sensitive detection of protox inhibiting herbicides (nitrofen). We proposed the use of poly(vinylpyrrolidone) (PVP) and amino-acids to...
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BACKGROUND Deep-frying oil has been found to cause inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). However, the molecular mechanism of the effect of deep-frying palm oil on IBD is still indetermination. RESULTS In this study, bioinformatics and cell biology were used to investigate the functions and signal pathway enrichments of differentially expressed genes....
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Pickering water-in-oil (W/O) emulsions were fabricated by using medium-long chain diacylglycerol (MLCD)-based solid lipid nanoparticles (SLNs) and the connection between the characteristics of the SLNs and the colloidal stability of the emulsions was established. Via melt-emulsification and ultrasonication, MLCD-based SLNs with particle sizes of 12...
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High internal phase emulsions (HIPEs) show promising application in food and cosmetic industries. In this work, diacylglycerol (DAG) was applied to fabricate water-in-oil (W/O) HIPEs. DAG-based emulsion can hold 60% water and the emulsion rigidity increased with water content, indicating the water droplets acted as “active fillers”. Stable HIPE wit...
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Dietary fat has an important influence on mammalian lipid homeostasis. However, the relationship between dietary fat types and endogenous fatty acids (FAs) in organs as well as lipid homeostasis remains unclear enough. In this study, rats were randomly divided into a control group (CN), a high‐colleseed oil group (COG) and a high‐sunflower oil grou...
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Background: ‘Kedondong’ fruit is regarded as an exotic fruit that is gaining popularity due to its deliciousness and pleasant flavour. However, this fruit has a short shelf life, leading to problems with postharvest loss. In order to prevent losses, the fruit could be produced as a value-added product. In this study, the ‘kedondong’ fruit was pres...
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In this study, natural deep eutectic solvent (DES) was developed to deconstruct the recalcitrant structure of sugarcane bagasse (SCB) for further 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (5-HMF) production. The properties, structure of DES, and the influence of pretreatment and reaction conditions on SCB were studied. The findings revealed that carboxylic acid DES...
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Chlorinated compounds such as sphingolipid-based organochlorine compounds are precursors for the formation of 3-monochlororopanediol (3-MCPD) esters in palm oil. This study evaluates the effects of several factors within the palm oil supply chain on the levels of sphingolipid-based organochlorine, which in turn may influence the formation of 3-MCPD...
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Chronic exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation leads to photoaging. There is a tremendous rise in products having a dual activity of photoprotection and antiaging. In vitro analysis in dermal fibroblasts and their biological mechanisms involved are critical to determine antiaging potential. The study aimed to investigate the antiaging potential of...
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Monochloropropanediol (MCPD) esters and glycidyl esters (GE) are the process contaminants found in baking and frying, except the refining process. The free form MCPD and glycidol are released from their parent ester via lipase hydrolysis while they are carcinogen and genotoxic carcinogen, respectively. MCPD esters and GE are formed endogenously dur...
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Present study prepared curcumin-loaded nanoliposomes using bovine milk, krill phospholipids and cholesterol; and investigated the effects of cholesterol on membrane characteristics, storage stability and antibacterial properties of the curcumin nanoliposomes. Bovine milk phospholipids which have higher saturation than krill phospholipids resulted i...
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The Tamarix dioica (T. dioica) is widely used medicinal plant to cure many chronic ailments. T. dioica is being used to manage diabetes mellitus in traditional medicinal system; however, very little scientific evidence is available on this plant in this context. The current study involves the fractionation of crude methanolic extract of T. dioica u...
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This study determined the effect of ultrasonication time (30, 60, and 120 min) and heat treatment (30, 60, and 120 °C) on the structure and properties of the chitosan/ graphene oxide (CSGO) composite films. Graphene oxide (GO) nanosheets with thickness of ∼1 nm was obtained after 120 min of sonication, as observed using atomic force microscopy (AFM...
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Chestnut rose (Rosa Roxburghii) is an endemic fruit in China with many bioactivities. The present study investigated the effect of chestnut rose juice concentrate (CRJC) on the digestibility of normal wheat starch (NWS), with a focus on the interaction between polyphenols and amylose as well as that between polyphenols and porcine pancreatic α-amyl...
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Present work investigated the effects of processing (homogenization, sterilization) and cold storage on physicochemical properties, in vitro digestion and Caco-2 cellular uptake of bovine milk. Extreme heat sterilization and low temperature storage have significant impact on particle size and phospholipidome of bovine milk. In addition, cold storag...
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The restriction of using trans-fatty acid is driving the food industries to develop natural, healthy and efficient emulsifiers for the fabrication of water-in-oil (W/O) emulsions. In this work, medium- and long-chain diacylglycerol (MLCD) with high nutritional features and surface activities was used for the preparation of emulsion. The influence o...
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Lauric acid was introduced into “Empty” V-type starch using a solid encapsulation method. The structural characteristics and emulsifying properties of the starch-fatty acid complex (SFAC) were explored as a function of the complexing temperature. X-ray diffraction and differential scanning calorimetry confirmed that SFAC was mainly composed of type...
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Total polar compounds (TPC) have been considered as one of the most objective indicators for the evaluation of deterioration of deep-frying oils. However, the cytotoxic and dynamics features of different parts of polar compound were underestimated. The present study investigated the biohazard effect of different polar compounds from heated oils. Th...
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BACKGROUND Throughout the past decade, Pickering emulsion has been increasingly utilized for the encapsulation of bioactive compounds due to its high stability and biocompatibility. In the present work, palm tocotrienols were initially encapsulated in a calcium carbonate Pickering emulsion, which was then subjected to alginate gelation and subseque...
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Probiotics that are living microorganisms, can produce health benefits to the host when administered in sufficient amounts. Various high throughput and sensitivity technology have been employed in the research of gut probiotics, since their extremely sophisticated action mechanism. Foodomics that integrated multiple omics technologies has been wide...
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A theoretical study of copper porphyrin (CuP), without any meso substituent, reacting with different volatile organic compounds (VOCs), recently applied as the dye in the fluorescent array sensor was calculated for the ground and excited electronic states. Geometry structures of CuP and its complexes were optimized by using density functional theor...
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Palm olein-based diacylglycerol (POL-DAG) oil is a healthy product that is produced through enzymatic reaction and purification processes. However, POL-DAG oil easily solidifies at room temperature and crystallizes at high temperatures. The effect of different concentrations of sucrose stearate (1 and 10 g kg−1) added as a nonionic emulsifier, to P...
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This study systematically established the most effective refining process for Moringa oleifera (MO) kernel oil. Acid degumming (20.33 ± 1.37 ppm) removed significantly greater phosphorus than water degumming (31.18 ± 0.90 ppm). Neutralization was more effective than deodorization in decreasing the acid (0.06 mg KOH/g) and p-Anisidine (p-AV, 0.36 ±...
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Edible bird’s nest (EBN) is recognized as a nourishing food among Chinese people. The efficacy of EBN was stated in the records of traditional Chinese medicine and its activities have been reported in many researches. Malaysia is the second largest exporter of EBNs in the world, after Indonesia. For many years, EBN trade to China was not regulated...
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The present research provides an overview of the physicochemical characteristics and the thermal profile of palm olein-based diacylglycerol (POL-DAG), virgin coconut oil (VCO) and their binary blends at specific ratios. The characterization of the POL-DAG/VCO blends, including their fatty acid composition, acylglycerol composition, functional group...
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Microfibrillated cellulose (MFC) is a type of nanocellulose having multiple functionalities. Typically, MFC was produced from mechanical high pressure homogenization process. However, this process is energy intensive and the fibrous nature of MFC often causes instrument blockage. The present study aims to utilize endoglucanse enzyme as environmenta...
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Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) has been utilized as a pH-responsive component in various products. In this present work, palm tocotrienols-rich fraction (TRF) was successfully entrapped in a self-assembled oil-in-water (O/W) emulsion system by using CaCO3 as the stabilizer. The emulsion droplet size, viscosity and tocotrienols entrapment efficiency (EE)...
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Lupinus albus or white lupine has recently received increase attention for its medicinal values. Several studies have described the hypoglycemic effect of the white lupine, which is known as a food plant with potential value for treatment of diabetes. This study provides useful information for the identification and quantification of compounds in L...
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This study investigated the effect of ionic crosslinking on the mechanical, barrier, and optical properties of chitosan (CS) and CS/graphene oxide (CSGO) composite films using trisodium citrate (CIT) and sodium tripolyphosphate (TPP) solutions of different concentrations (0.5, 1.0. 2.0, and 3.0% w/v). Successful crosslinking was confirmed by Fourie...
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Glycidyl ester (GE) is a process contaminant formed during the palm oil refining process. In this study, 156 spectra of palm-based cooking oilwere recorded by Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy and resulting data were processed using chemometrics approach. The relationship between spectrum data and measured data of GE content was establ...
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This study investigated the application of active packaging from chitosan (CS) incorporated with graphene oxide (GO) to maintain the quality and extend the storage life of palm-oil based margarine. Composite films containing various concentrations of CS (1.5 and 2.0%w/v) and GO (0, 0.5, 1.0, and 2.0%w/w CS) were produced using the solution casting...
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Structured lipid is a type of modified form of lipid that is “fabricated” with the purpose to improve the nutritional and functional properties of conventional fats and oils derived from animal and plant sources. Such healthier choice of lipid received escalating attention from the public for its capability to manage the rising prevalence of metabo...
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The application of a nanostructured lipid carrier (NLC) to ultraviolet (UV) filter encapsulation was found to enhance its safe use. In this work, a kenaf seed oil‐NLC (KSO‐NLC) coloaded with 1% diethylamino hydroxybenzoyl hexyl benzoate and 1% ethylhexyl triazone was used as an active ingredient in α‐tocopherol cream to develop a photoprotective pr...
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In this study, caffeine (CA) was encapsulated into food-grade starch matrices, including swelled starch (SS), porous starch (PS), and V-type starch (VS). The bitterness of the microcapsules and suppression mechanisms were investigated using an electronic tongue, molecular dynamics (MD) simulation and the in vitro release kinetics of CA. All the CA-...
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Immobilization can be used to improve the stability of lipases and enhances lipase recovery and reusability, which increases its commercial value and industrial applications. Nevertheless, immobilization frequently causes conformational changes of the lipases, which decrease lipase catalytic activity. in the present work, we synthesized UIO-66 and...
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Acyl migration of fatty acid at sn-2 is often observed alongside enzymatic interesterification (EIE), causing the loss of lipase selectivity toward the acyl group at sn-1,3. In this study, an oil blend consisting of palm stearin (PST) and palm olein (POL) was interesterified via a chemical interesterification (CIE) and enzymatic method using a pack...
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The consumption of saturated lipids in combination with a sedentary lifestyle increases the risk of obesity and metabolic syndrome. However, the distribution of endogenous fatty acids (FA) after the consumption of saturated lipids and the connection between FA distribution and lipid metabolism related genes relative expression have not been fully e...
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The intestine is an important digestive organ of the human body, and its barrier is the guardian of the body from the external environment. The impairment of the intestinal barrier is believed to be an important determinant in various foodborne diseases. Food hazards can lead to the occurrence of many foodborne diseases represented by inflammation....
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In order to improve the membrane lipophilicity and the affinity towards the environment of lipid bilayers, squalene (SQ) could be conjugated to phospholipids in the formation of liposomes. The effect of membrane composition and concentrations on the degradation of liposomes prepared via the extrusion method was investigated. Liposomes were prepared...
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Introduction Ardisia elliptica Thunb. (Primulaceae) is a medicinal herb that is traditionally used for the treatment of fever, diarrhoea, measles and herpes. However, there is limited information regarding the correlation of its phytoconstituents with the bioactivity. Optimisation of solvent extraction is vital for maximising retention of bioactive...
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This study used highly lipophilic agents with an aim to increase the oxidant inhibitory activity and enhance photothermal stability of a novel mixed soy lecithin (ML)-based liposome by changing the composition of formulation within the membrane. Specifically, the development and optimization of the liposome intended for improving Trolox equivalent...
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Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a serious disease that endangers human health and is one of the leading causes of death. Recent studies have reported that gut microbiota plays an important role in the development of CVD, especially its metabolite trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO). Dietary precursors, such as choline, L-carnitine, phosphatidylcholine an...