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Impact of process and physico-chemical conditions on the formation of curcumin-whey protein composite particles capable to stabilize food-compatible oil in water emulsions

Abstract : Use of nanonized curcumin-whey protein (CWP) composite particles as Pickering stabilizers are an attractive strategy due to their edibility and natural origin. This study aimed to examine the effect of physico-chemical conditions (pH, ionic strength, protein form) during the formation of CWP composite nanoparticles on their physico-chemical characteristics (size, surface charge, morphology) and further their Pickering ability by influencing their aptitude to stabilize oil/water interfaces. Our study demonstrated that, to favor the protein-curcumin interactions and to improve the particle characteristics (smaller size, monodispersity), one should increase the accessibility of hydrophobic moiety of proteins (denaturation) and control ionic strength. Increasing the concentration of the CWP composite nanoparticles decreased size and polydispersity enhancing emulsion stability. Use of these CWP composite nanoparticles in food products with high ionic strength will tend to flocculation and thereby emulsions destabilization. This work allows for a better understanding of the role of physico-chemical conditions on the formation of CWP composite nanoparticles and thereof their oil/water interfacial activity.
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Aditya Nayak, Claude Genot, Anne Meynier, Angélina Dorlando, Isabelle Capron. Impact of process and physico-chemical conditions on the formation of curcumin-whey protein composite particles capable to stabilize food-compatible oil in water emulsions. LWT - Food Science and Technology, Elsevier, 2022, 153, pp.112421. ⟨10.1016/j.lwt.2021.112421⟩. ⟨hal-03465097⟩

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