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Development of antioxidant food packaging materials with controlled release properties
In this study, cellulose acetate (CA) films with different morphological features were prepared in order to control the release rates of low molecular weight natural antioxidants, L-ascorbic acid and L-tyrosine. Increasing ...
Development of cellulose acetate based antimicrobial food packaging materials for controlled release of lysozyme
Antimicrobial packaging materials were obtained by incorporation of lysozyme into cellulose acetate (CA) films. In order to achieve controlled release of lysozyme, the structure of the films was changed from highly asymmetric ...
Development of mono and multilayer antimicrobial food packaging materials for controlled release of potassium sorbate
In this study, cellulose acetate (CA) based mono and multilayer films including potassium sorbate (Psb) as an antimicrobial agent were prepared using dry phase inversion technique. To achieve appropriate controlled release ...