Polytechnic University of Valencia Congress, 21st International Drying Symposium

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Spray dried proliposomes of Rosmarinus officinalis polyphenols: a quality by design approach
Victor Oloruntoba Bankole, Claudia Regina F. Souza, Wanderley Pereira Oliveira

Last modified: 03-01-2019

Abstract


Harnessing the benefits of rosemary polyphenols is limited by variability in their physicochemical properties. These limitations may be overcome by encapsulation in systems possessing hydro-lipophilic centers thereby accommodating molecules of different polarities. Proliposomes offer a viable option in this regards, being particles which form liposomal suspension in water. Lyophilized extracts of rosemary was encapsulated in hydrogenatedsoyphosphatidylcholine/cholesterol by solvent replacement method. Spray dried proliposomes were obtained with lactose as carrier. Using Central Composite Design, the effects of lipid, extract and carrier concentrations on response variables including bioactive content and retention, moisture content characteristics, recuperation and redispersibility were evaluated by statistical analysis.

Keywords: Polyphenols; antioxidant;  proliposomes; spray drying

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