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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 41 to 60 (Ox.x : Orals; Pxx : Posters) PDF
P-06 optimizing antigen encapsulation for a fish oral vaccine
José Miguel Troncoso, Cargill Aqua Nutrition, Chile
P-07 survival of probiotics in non-aqueous skin formulation
Hans Tromp, NIZO food research, Netherlands
P-08 preparation of artificial garlic cell by spray drying process
Lucie Mašková, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Czech Republic
P-09 improve quality of a feed product using a mix-coating process
Chapeau A.-L., Mixscience, Avril Group, Bruz, France
P-10 microcapsule caking capabilities and applications
Bradley Scott, Encapsys, LLC, USA
P-11 synthesis of amphiphilic copolymers for the stabilization of bio-sourced latexes.
Valentine de Villedon, IPREM / CRPP, France
P-12 the use of sem technique to evaluate the process of spray drying of probiotic bacteria.
Szymon Powa?owski
P-13 tuned microfluidic synthesis of stealth liposomes through increasing ionic strength
Amanda C. S. N. Pessoa¹†, UNICAMP, Brazil
P-14 acrylic acid synthesis using amidohydrolase activity of alginate entrapped rhodococcus pyridinivoran
Shyam Mundhe, Himachal Pradesh University, India
P-15 generation of magnesium enriched water-in-oil-in-water food emulsions
Marijana Dragosavac, Loughborough University , U.K.
P-16 determination of parameters to microencapsulation of cyanocobalamin (b12) by co-extrusion technique
Marcella Chalella Mazzocato, University of São Paulo, Brazil
P-17 nanocarriers with sambucus nigra l. extracts for skin application
Catarina Pinto Reis, iMed.ULisboa/FF and IBEB/FCUL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
P-18 a novel method for encapsulating hydrophilic materials
Salman Akram, University of Strasbourg, France
P-19 development of hydrophobic formulations for the slow release of semiochemicals
Linda Muskat, FH Bielefeld, Germany
P-20 optimization of nanoemulsion based gels using various sor/sowr:impact of mb in different oils
Usama Jamshaid, University of Strasbourg, France
P-21 study of polymerization at the water/oil interface for the functionalization of nanoparticles
Amani Germain Brou, University of Strasbourg, France
P-22 thermally induced re-acetylation of chitosan acetate salt
Riccardo Pedron, Université de Strasbourg, Institut de Science des Matériaux de Mulhouse, France
P-23 development of attract-and-kill formulations based on co-encapsulated baker‘s yeast and neem extract
Pascal Humbert, Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany
P-24 pomegranate peel extract microparticles as potential natural antimicrobial
Paula Garcia, Universidad de Chile, Chile
P-25 zein-based micropowders as a novel strategy to deliver bioactive compounds in food supplements
Diletta Esposito, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italia