cyclodextrin

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cyclodextrin

(ˌsaɪkləʊˈdɛkstrɪn)
n
any of a group of cyclic oligosaccharides found in starch digests of certain bacteria
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Because of these abilities, cyclodextrins are used in numerous industries, from household and personal care to pharma, cosmetics, textiles, food and agrochemicals, as well as in the coatings sector.
Mutnuri, Biodegradation of Hydrocarbons in the Presence of Cyclodextrins, World J.
On the other hand, cyclodextrins (CDs), such as [beta]CD, have been a useful tool to improve several chemical and pharmacological properties of non-polar compounds as terpenes (Brito et al.
Cyclodextrins are cyclic oligosaccharides formed during the enzymatic degradation of starch.
Cyclodextrins are naturally occurring oligosaccharides consisting of D-glucose molecules linked end-to-end by [alpha]-1,4 glycosidic bonds to form a circular structure.
7,8) Cyclodextrins are promising candidates to serve this purpose.
Their efforts offer substantial information on the relative performance of different cyclodextrins when encapsulating aroma compounds.
They discuss the physicochemical engineering of nanomedicines, their pharmacokinetics, biocompatibility and biodegradability aspects, representative nanoplatforms (based on lipids, polymers, cyclodextrins, metals, carbon, silica, iron oxides, and others) for efficient drug delivery, and advanced nano-engineering strategies for passive, ligand-mediated, or stimuli-sensitive drug targeting.
Cyclodextrins supplier CTD Holdings (Other OTC:CTDH) reported on Tuesday the issuance of 1,725,000 shares of common stock in a private placement with a group of qualified private investors led by Novit, an investment arm of US Pharmacia.
Cyclodextrins are interesting because they have a lipophilic central cavity and a hydrophilic exterior surface.
Cyclodextrins (CDs) are complex carbohydrates composed of glucose units ([alpha]-D-glucopyranose) linked by type [alpha]-1, 4, with a structure similar to a cone branch.
Among his topics are tools and techniques for the physico-chemical characterization of nanoparticles, targeted gene delivery mediated by nanoparticles, chitosan nanoparticles, polyethylenimine nanoparticles, cyclodextrins and cyclodextrin-containing polymers, and metallic and inorganic nanoparticles.