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Title: Biofunctionalization of natural extracts, trends in biological activity and kinetic release
Authors: Martínez Olivo, Abraham Osiris
Zamora Gasga, Víctor Manuel
Medina Torres, Luis
Pérez Larios, Alejandro
Sáyago Ayerdi, Sonia Guadalupe
Sánchez Burgos, Jorge Alberto
Keywords: extract
biological activity
Issue Date: Aug-2023
Publisher: Science Direct
Citation: Martínez-Olivo AO, Zamora-Gasga VM, Medina-Torres L, Pérez-Larios A, Sáyago-Ayerdi SG Sánchez-Burgos JA (2023). Biofunctionalization of natural extracts, trends in biological activity and kinetic reléase. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, Volume 318, 102938, ISSN 0001-8686,
Series/Report no.: Advances in Colloid and Interface Science,;Volume 318, 2023, 102938
Abstract: Abstract: The health benefits provided by plant matrices is due to the presence of certain compounds that, in studies carried out in vitro and in vivo, have shown to have biological activity in certain conditions, not only as a natural treatment against various conditions, but also for the quality of preventing chronic diseases, these compounds, already identified and studied, they can increase their biological function by undergoing structural chemical modifications or by being incorporated into polymer matrices that allow, in the first instance, to protect said compound and increase its bioaccessibility, as well as to preserve or increase the biological effects. Although the stabilization of compounds is an important aspect, it is also the study of the kinetic parameters of the system that contains them, since, due to these studies, the potential application to these systems can be designated. In this review we will address some of the work focused on obtaining compounds with biological activity from plant sources, the functionalization of extracts through double emulsions and nanoemulsions, as well as their toxicity and finally the pharmacokinetic aspects of entrapment systems.
Description: Artículo
ISSN: 0001-8686
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