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Bio-active nanoemulsions enriched with gold nanoparticle, marigold extracts and lipoic acid: In vitro investigations.
In conclusion, the incorporation of AuNP-LA and C. officinalis extract into the N. sativa emulsions significantly increased the bio-activities and may support further studies about using the other bio-active agents for the enrichment of herbal preparations to strengthen their activities. Expand
Herbal infusions of black seed and wheat germ oil: Their chemical profiles, in vitro bio-investigations and effective formulations as Phyto-Nanoemulsions.
In vitro cell based experiments confirmed that Calendula infused BSO and WGO have greater bio-activity when compared to those plain forms, which could be a good candidate as a part of dermal cosmetic products or food supplements which have the therapeutic efficiency, especially after radio- or chemotherapy. Expand
Classification of olive oils using chromatography, principal component analysis and artificial neural network modelling
Classification and addressing, and geographical origin of different olive oils is of great importance due to their differentiation in quality, and for commercial concerns. In this study,Expand
Comparison of different classification algorithms to identify geographic origins of olive oils
Using the classification model in this study, geographic origin of an unknown olive oil can be predicted with high accuracy and similar models can be developed to obtain useful information for authentication of other food products. Expand
Testing of bioactive-nanovesicles on hepatotoxicity of atypical antipsychotics via digital holography.
It was shown that different dietary supplements can be used in such formulations instead of their pristine forms to increase bioavailability and DH was successfully applied for the monitoring of cell viability and it could be a promising approach as the reactive-free cytotoxicity test. Expand
Polypeptide Functional Surface for the Aptamer Immobilization: Electrochemical Cocaine Biosensing.
A novel aptamer-based biosensing procedure for cocaine analysis is reported by combining the advantages of aptamers as selective recognition elements with the well-known advantages of biosensor systems such as the possibility of miniaturization and automation, easy fabrication and modification, low cost, and sensitivity. Expand
Mobile Phone Sensing of Cocaine in a Lateral Flow Assay Combined with a Biomimetic Material.
A new strategy using the noncompetitive assay format via a biomimetic material, namely, poly(p-phenylene) β-cyclodextrin poly(ethylene glycol) (PPP-CD-g-PEG) combined with gold nanoparticle (AuNP) conjugates as the labeling agent to recognize the target cocaine molecule in the test zone is reported. Expand
An aptamer folding-based sensory platform decorated with nanoparticles for simple cocaine testing.
It is shown that AFSD has a good potential for testing the cocaine abuse and can be easily adapted for detection of various addictive drugs by changing the aptamer according to desired analytes. Expand
Controlled release of anticancer drug Paclitaxel using nano-structured amphiphilic star-hyperbranched block copolymers
In the present study, two amphiphilic star-hyperbranched copolymers based on poly(methyl methacrylate)-b-poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) (PMMA-b-PHEMA), with different hydrophilic PHEMA segmentExpand