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The aim of this work was to study the physicochemical and antioxidant properties of phycobiliproteins-phycocolloids-based films, obtained from mixtures of two aqueous fractions extracted from Porphyra columbina red seaweed, one enriched in phycocolloids (PcF) and the other in phycobiliproteins (PF). Films with different ratios of PF:PcF (0, 25, 50, 75, 100%(More)
Our aim was to study the effect of glycerol and Ca+2 addition on physicochemical properties of phycocolloid (carrageenans/porphyrans)-based films obtained from Pyropia columbina aqueous fraction. Films were formed by casting from aqueous dispersions of phycocolloid-enriched fraction (P) with different levels of glycerol (0, 12.5, and 25 g (100 g)−1 dry(More)
Amaranth protein-lipid (PL) and protein (P) films were elaborated and compared with amaranth flour films in order to determine the contribution of the interactions between the biopolymer (starch and protein) and the lipids to the film properties. The films were made by the casting method, using the same glycerol concentration (0.9 g glycerol/100 g(More)
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