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Optimization of extraction conditions for active components in equisetum arvense extract
(University of Bucharest, 2013)
Response surface methodology was applied to predict optimum conditions for equisetum arvense extraction. Central composite design was used to monitor the effects of temperature, stirring speed, ethanol percent, extraction ...
Adsorption/desorption and biofunctional properties of oleuropein loaded on different types of silk fibroin matrices
(Society of Chemists and Technologists of Macedonia, 2017)
The objective of this study was to investigate the adsorption/desorption behavior of oleuropein on different types of silk fibroin matrices including silk fibroin microfibers (MF), regenerated silk fibroin (RSF), and silk ...
Bioactive Sheath/Core nanofibers containing olive leaf extract
This study aimed at producing silk fibroin (SF)/hyaluronic acid (HA) and olive leaf extract (OLE) nanofibers with sheath/core morphology by coaxial electrospinning method, determining their antimicrobial properties, and ...
Olive leaf extract as a crosslinking agent for the preparation of electrospun zein fibers
Incorporating active agents, reinforcing structure by crosslinking, thus changing release properties, can be listed as possible modifications in preparation methods of biopolymer fibers. This study introduces oleuropein, ...
Kinetic and structural characterization of interaction between trypsin and equisetum arvense extract
(Türk Biyokimya Derneği, 2014)
Objective: In this study the inhibitory effect of E. arvense extract on trypsin activity and the effect of trypsin on E. arvense extract were studied. In addition the nature of the interaction between the extract and trypsin ...