Enzymatic synthesis of sugar esters and their potential as surface-active stabilizers of coconut milk emulsions

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  title={Enzymatic synthesis of sugar esters and their potential as surface-active stabilizers of coconut milk emulsions},
  author={Nair do Amaral Sampaio Neta and Jos{\'e} Cleiton Sousa dos Santos and Soraya de Oliveira Sancho and Silvio Rodrigues and Luciana R B Gonçalves and L{\'i}gia R. Rodrigues and Jos{\'e} Ant{\'o}nio Couto Teixeira}
}
Sugar esters are compounds with surfactant properties (biosurfactants), i.e., capable of reducing the surface tension and promote the emulsification of immiscible liquids. On the other hand, as with all emulsions, coconut milk is not physically stable and is prone to phase separation. Therefore, the aim of this work was to evaluate the synthesis of fructose, sucrose and lactose esters from the corresponding sugars using Candida antarctica type B lipase immobilized in two different supports… CONTINUE READING
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