Enhancement of ��-Cyclodextrin Production and Fabrication of Edible Antimicrobial Films Incorporated with Clove Essential Oil/��-cyclodextrin Inclusion Complex

@inproceedings{Farahat2020EnhancementO,
  title={Enhancement of ��-Cyclodextrin Production and Fabrication of Edible Antimicrobial Films Incorporated with Clove Essential Oil/��-cyclodextrin Inclusion Complex},
  author={Mohamed G. Farahat},
  year={2020}
}
Edible films containing antimicrobial agents can be used as safe alternatives to preserve food products. Essential oils are well-recognized antimicrobials. However, their low water solubility, volatility and high sensitivity to oxygen and light limit their application in food preservation. These limitations could be overcome by embedding these essential oils in complexed product matrices exploiting the encapsulation efficiency of β-cyclodextrin. This study focused on the maximization of… 

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