- Includes the most up-to-date information on nanoencapsulation and nanocontainer-based delivery of antimicrobials- Presents nanomaterials for innovation based on scientific advancements in the field- Provides control release strategies to enhance bioactivity, including methods and techniques for research and innovation- Provides useful tools to improve the delivery of bioactive molecules and living cells into foods
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Chapter 2. Micro and nanoencapsulation in foods: An assured technique to protect the flavors and aromas
Chapter 3. Food encapsulation: A nanotechnology approach
Chapter 4. Nanoencapsulation of flavors and aromas by cyclodextrins
Chapter 5. Electrohydrodynamic microencapsulation technology
Chapter 6. Cyclodextrins as nanoencapsulation material for flavors and aromas
Chapter 7. Structural and thermodynamic insight into the potentiality of food biopolymers to behave as smart nanovehicles for essential polyunsaturated lipids.
Chapter 8. The utility of nanotechnology for encapsulation of Vitamins C and E: Food shelf-life improvement
Chapter 9. Nanocomposite packaging for food encapsulation
Chapter 10. Microencapsulated bioactive components as a source of health
Chapter 11. Nanoencapsulation technology to control release and enhance bioactivity of essential oils
Chapter 12. Encapsulation: Entrapping essential oil/flavours/aromas in food
Chapter 13. Cyclodextrins-based nanocomplexes for encapsulation of bioactive compounds in food, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical products
Chapter 14. Nanoencapsulation of essential oils for sustained release: Application as therapeutics and antimicrobials
Chapter 15. Nanoencapsulation and nanocontainer-based delivery systems for drugs, flavours, and aromas
Chapter 16. Nanoencapsulation of natural antimicrobial products
Chapter 17. Supramolecular strategy for the encapsulation of low molecular weight food ingredients
Chapter 18. Biocompatible microemulsions for the nanoencapsulation of essential oils and nutraceuticals
Chapter 19. Nanoencapsulation of flavours: Advantages and challenges
Chapter 20. Use of spray-drying process in the food industry: Applications on nanomaterials
is a lecturer in the Department of Science and Engineering of Oxide Materials and Nanomaterials, at the Faculty of Applied Chemistry and Materials Science, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania. He is an experienced researcher and editor in the field of nano and biostructures. He is the editor-in-chief of two international open access journals: Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry, Letters, and Letters in Applied NanoBioScience . Dr. Grumezescu has published more than 200 peer-reviewed papers, authored nine books and has served as editor on more than 50 scholarly books.