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Menthol/cyclodextrin inclusion complex nanofibers: Enhanced water-solubility and high-temperature stability of menthol
Cyclodextrins are capable of forming non-covalent host-guest inclusion complexation with variety of molecules in order to enhance water-solubility and thermal stability of such hydrophobic and volatile molecules. Menthol, ...
Fast-dissolving, prolonged release, and antibacterial cyclodextrin/limonene-inclusion complex nanofibrous webs via polymer-free electrospinning
(American Chemical Society, 2016)
We have proposed a new strategy for preparing free-standing nanofibrous webs from an inclusion complex (IC) of a well-known flavor/fragrance compound (limonene) with three modified cyclodextrins (HPβCD, MβCD, and HPγCD) ...
Encapsulation of camphor in cyclodextrin inclusion complex nanofibers via polymer-free electrospinning: enhanced water solubility, high temperature stability, and slow release of camphor
Electrospinning of polymer-free nanofibers (NF) was successfully performed from inclusion complexes (ICs) of modified cyclodextrins [hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin (HPβCD) and hydroxypropyl-γ-cyclodextrin (HPγCD)] and camphor ...
Selective and efficient removal of volatile organic compounds by channel-type gamma-cyclodextrin assembly through inclusion complexation
(American Chemical Society, 2017)
Cyclodextrins (CD), produced from enzymatic degradation of starch, are a form of biorenewable cyclic oligosaccharide which has an outstanding capability to form inclusion complexes with a variety of molecules including ...
Sulfisoxazole/cyclodextrin inclusion complex incorporated in electrospun hydroxypropyl cellulose nanofibers as drug delivery system
Herein, hydroxypropyl-beta-cyclodextrin (HPCD) inclusion complex (IC) of a hydrophobic drug, sul- fisoxazole (SFS) was incorporated in hydroxypropyl cellulose (HPC) nanofibers (HPC/SFS/HPCD-IC-NF) via electrospinning. ...
Fast-dissolving carvacrol/cyclodextrin inclusion complex electrospun fibers with enhanced thermal stability, water solubility, and antioxidant activity
Carvacrol is a known antioxidant molecule and commonly used in food and cosmetics as a flavor and fragrance agent; however, carvacrol has major issues such as high volatility, low water solubility, and stability. In this ...