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ANTI-CANCER ACTIVITY OF RUTIN ENCAPSULATED IN LOW METHOXYL PECTIN BEADS

@inproceedings{Jantrawut2014ANTICANCERAO,
  title={ANTI-CANCER ACTIVITY OF RUTIN ENCAPSULATED IN LOW METHOXYL PECTIN BEADS},
  author={Pensak Jantrawut and Hiroyuki Akazawa},
  year={2014}
}
Objective: This study was investigating the anti-cancer activity of rutin encapsulated in non-amidated low methoxyl pectin bead in various formulations with or without sorbitol and/or sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3). Methods: The rutin beads formulations including 3NA (3% Non-amidated LMP), 3NA15Sor (3% Non-amidated LMP with 15% Sorbitol), 3NA1Bica (3% Non-amidated LMP with 1% NaHCO3) and 3NA15Sor1Bica (3% Non-amidated LMP with 15% Sorbitol and 1% NaHCO3) were prepared and the in vitro anti-cancer… 

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