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26th International Conference on Bioencapsulation

August 27-29, 2019 - Strasbourg, France

Abstract : [1 to 20] [21 to 40] [41 to 60] [61 to 78]

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Ref. Contributions 1 to 20 (Ox.x : Orals; Pxx : Posters) PDF
O1-1 preparing the ground for endogenous repair
Michael Sefton, University of Toronto, Canada
O1-2 bridging polymer science and (core-shell) microencapsulation
Christian Quellet, Leugos SÓrl, Switzerland
O1-3 multicomponent cross-linked alginate-based hydrogels for cell transplantation
Luca Szabo, EPFL, Switzerland
O1-4 microencapsulation of lutein extracted from marigold flowers (tagetes erecta l.) using hydrophilic carriers
Dr. Pravin Nalawade, OmniActive Health Technologies Ltd., India
O1-5 cell entrapment and growth in macroporous chitosan-based hydrogels for tissue engineering
Elena Markvicheva, Shemyakin-Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry Russian Academy of Scienc
O1-6 towards chemoenzymatic one-pot reaction: encapsulation of catalysts in biopolymer hydrogels
Jan Pauly, Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences / Bielefeld University, Germany
O1-7 development and controlled release of antioxidant oil loaded in cashew gum nanocapsules.
Kahynna Cavalcante Loureiro, Institute of Technology and Research, Brazil
O2-1 correct encapsulation strategies make a positive impact on drug performance and patients lives
Sarah Barthold, Glatt Pharmaceutical Services, Germany
O2-2 entrapment of lutein nano-droplets within a novel ethanol-induced whey protein gel matrix
Nahla Kreidly and Graciela Padua Wild, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA
O2-3 effects of pea protein content and drying temperature on the physicochemical properties of spray dried particles
Cristhian Francisco, University of Campinas (Unicamp), Brazil
O2-4 novel coatings for improved attract-and-kill formulations containing metarhizium brunneum
Katharina Hermann, Bielefeld University of applied Sciences, Germany
O2-5 encapsulation of the nematocide fluensulfone in a hydrocolloid matrix
Amos Nussinovitch, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem , Israel
O2-6 microencapsulation of flavours in yeast cells using the concentrated powder form (cpf)-technology
Cornelia Errenst, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
O2-7 electrodripping analysis using a fast recording camera
Ana Santos, Planta Piloto de Procesos Industriales y Microbiol, Argentina
O3-1 upscaling the continuous manufacturing of highly uniform droplets and microcapsules to industrially meaningful quantities
Marijana Dragosavac, Loughborough University , U.K.
O3-2 soft microencapsulation by polymer cross-linking
Denis Poncelet, EncapProcess, France
O3-3 the netmix technology, a novel approach to produce microcapsules in continuous mode
Ana Catarina Moreira, LA LSRE-LCM/FEUP, Portugal
O3-4 photo-sensitive dextran-based nanoprecipitates as pickering emulsions stabilizers
Valentin Maingret, CRPP / LCPO, France
O3-5 microencapsulation by complex coacervation of oil soluble vitamins
Heidi Johnsen, SINTEF, Norway
O3-6 encapsulation of super-bright new fluorochrome for single particle tracking in living cells
Xinyue WANG, University of Strasbourg, France