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During the last decade a special interest has been focused on studying the relationship between the composition and structure of emulsions and the extent of lipolysis, driven by the necessity of modulate lipid digestion to decrease or delay fats absorption or increase healthy fat nutrients bioavailability. Because bile salts (BS) play a crucial role in lipids metabolism, understanding how typical food emulsifiers affect the structures of BS under duodenal conditions, can aid to further understand how to control lipids digestion. In the present work the BS-binding capacity of three emulsifiers (Lecithin, Tween 80 and β-lactoglobulin) was studied under duodenal conditions. The combination of several techniques (DLS, TEM, ζ-potential and conductivity) allowed the characterization of molecular assemblies resulting from the interactions, as modulated by the relative amounts of BS and emulsifiers in solution. © 2018 Elsevier B.V.


Documento: Artículo
Título:Studies on the interactions between bile salts and food emulsifiers under in vitro duodenal digestion conditions to evaluate their bile salt binding potential
Autor:Naso, J.N.; Bellesi, F.A.; Pizones Ruiz-Henestrosa, V.M.; Pilosof, A.M.R.
Filiación:ITAPROQ-Departamento de Industrias, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Ciudad Universitaria, Buenos Aires, 1428, Argentina
Fellowship Agencia Nacional de Promoción Científica y Tecnológica, Argentina
Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET), Argentina
Palabras clave:Bile salt; Binding; Emulsifiers; Interactions; Beam plasma interactions; Biochemistry; Body fluids; Lipids; Beta-lactoglobulin; Bile salts; Binding; Binding capacities; Binding potential; Emulsifiers; Lipid digestions; Molecular assembly; Salts; beta lactoglobulin; bile salt; phosphatidylcholine; polysorbate 80; Article; digestion; duodenum; electric conductivity; food drug interaction; in vitro study; particle size; priority journal; transmission electron microscopy; zeta potential
Página de inicio:493
Página de fin:500
Título revista:Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces
Título revista abreviado:Colloids Surf. B Biointerfaces
CAS:beta lactoglobulin, 9045-23-2; phosphatidylcholine, 55128-59-1, 8002-43-5; polysorbate 80, 8050-83-7, 9005-65-6


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Naso, J.N., Bellesi, F.A., Pizones Ruiz-Henestrosa, V.M. & Pilosof, A.M.R. (2019) . Studies on the interactions between bile salts and food emulsifiers under in vitro duodenal digestion conditions to evaluate their bile salt binding potential. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 174, 493-500.
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Naso, J.N., Bellesi, F.A., Pizones Ruiz-Henestrosa, V.M., Pilosof, A.M.R. "Studies on the interactions between bile salts and food emulsifiers under in vitro duodenal digestion conditions to evaluate their bile salt binding potential" . Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 174 (2019) : 493-500.
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Naso, J.N., Bellesi, F.A., Pizones Ruiz-Henestrosa, V.M., Pilosof, A.M.R. "Studies on the interactions between bile salts and food emulsifiers under in vitro duodenal digestion conditions to evaluate their bile salt binding potential" . Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, vol. 174, 2019, pp. 493-500.
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Naso, J.N., Bellesi, F.A., Pizones Ruiz-Henestrosa, V.M., Pilosof, A.M.R. Studies on the interactions between bile salts and food emulsifiers under in vitro duodenal digestion conditions to evaluate their bile salt binding potential. Colloids Surf. B Biointerfaces. 2019;174:493-500.