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The Use of Nanotechnology in Functional Food Product Development

Challenges While Working With Bioactives

Jul. 23, 2010
 Fig. 1: Phase diagram of formation capsaicin-loaded nanoemulsions, and its samples and transmission ... Fig. 2: Transmission electron microscopy  of capsaicin-loaded nanoemulsions. SN, single-layer ... 

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Authors:
Chong-Tai Kim (corresponding author)
Yong-Jin Cho
Namsoo Kim
Chul-Jin Kim

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Keywords : Bioprocess Food Nanoparticle Nanotechnology Processing TEM Transmission Electron Microscopy

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