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Title: Influence of ultrasonication and processing parameters on stability of carvacrol loaded emulsions
Authors: Syed, Irshaan
Sarkar, Preetam
Keywords: Ultrasonication
Carvacrol Loaded Emulsions
Issue Date: Oct-2018
Citation: 19th World Congress of Food Science and Technology (IUFoST 2018), Mumbai, India , 23-27 October 2018
Abstract: Objective: Emulsion stability is one of the vital factors that determine its food applications. In this study, carvacrol loaded emulsions were prepared through ultrasonication technique. • The Influence of concentration of the emulsifier (1%, 1.25% and 1.5%) on the emulsion formation was determined. • The effect of sonication amplitude (45%, 60% and 75%) on the emulsion formulations was investigated. • Similarly, the influence of sonication time (3 min, 6min and 12 min) on the emulsion droplet size and ζpotential was found out. Conclusion: Creaming stability studies demonstrated no visible separation of cream and serum layers. The microstructural analysis of the emulsion with CLSM and TEM indicated formation of stable emulsion. Antimicrobial studies demonstrated lower MIC values for antimicrobial compounds protected through emulsion based delivery system compared with their essential oil-only based counterparts • These results demonstrate that an oil-in-water emulsion system can be used to incorporate plant based antimicrobial compounds for the prolonged protection of food systems.
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