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醇溶蛋白复合胶体颗粒在稳定Pickering乳液制备中应用的研究进展

张建 赵雪琴 张稳刚 刘利萍 张慧恩

张建,赵雪琴,张稳刚,等. 醇溶蛋白复合胶体颗粒在稳定Pickering乳液制备中应用的研究进展[J]. 食品工业科技,2022,43(23):394−400. doi:  10.13386/j.issn1002-0306.2021110046
引用本文: 张建,赵雪琴,张稳刚,等. 醇溶蛋白复合胶体颗粒在稳定Pickering乳液制备中应用的研究进展[J]. 食品工业科技,2022,43(23):394−400. doi:  10.13386/j.issn1002-0306.2021110046
ZHANG Jian, ZHAO Xueqin, ZHANG Wengang, et al. A Review on Prolamin-based Colloidal Particles for the Formation of Pickering Emulsion and Applications[J]. Science and Technology of Food Industry, 2022, 43(23): 394−400. (in Chinese with English abstract). doi:  10.13386/j.issn1002-0306.2021110046
Citation: ZHANG Jian, ZHAO Xueqin, ZHANG Wengang, et al. A Review on Prolamin-based Colloidal Particles for the Formation of Pickering Emulsion and Applications[J]. Science and Technology of Food Industry, 2022, 43(23): 394−400. (in Chinese with English abstract). doi:  10.13386/j.issn1002-0306.2021110046

醇溶蛋白复合胶体颗粒在稳定Pickering乳液制备中应用的研究进展

doi: 10.13386/j.issn1002-0306.2021110046
基金项目: 浙江省“生物工程”一流学科的资助(ZS2021009);2020年甘肃省级大学生创新创业训练计划项目(S202010737009);浙江省“生物工程”一流学科开放基金资助(No KF2020004,No KF2021011);2021年浙江万里学院国家级大学生创新创业训练计划项目(202110876036)。
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    作者简介:

    张建(1979−),男,博士,副教授,研究方向:胶体颗粒制备及活性物质载运,E-mail:jordan1979@126.com

    通讯作者:

    张慧恩(1981−),男,硕士,高级实验师,研究方向:食品分析,E-mail:41714437@qq.com

  • 中图分类号: TS202.3

A Review on Prolamin-based Colloidal Particles for the Formation of Pickering Emulsion and Applications

  • 摘要: 以醇溶蛋白作为基底复合的胶体颗粒是比较理想的稳定Pickering乳液材料。醇溶蛋白基二元/三元复合胶体颗粒是由醇溶蛋白与多糖、多酚或水溶性蛋白质结合形成的,具有稳定的物理化学性质和优越的功能。由于醇溶蛋白复合胶体纳米颗粒具有天然、无毒、食品工业可接受性和良好的乳液稳定性能等显著优势,因此是Pickering乳液领域的研究热点之一。本文综述了近年来醇溶蛋白基复合胶体颗粒稳定Pickering乳液的研究进展。着重介绍醇溶蛋白的特性与应用以及改性方式对醇溶蛋白特性的影响,为提高醇溶蛋白的加工适应性和醇溶蛋白的应用提供理论和应用参考。最后总结了醇溶蛋白基复合胶体颗粒稳定Pickering乳液的目前瓶颈和未来发展方向。
  • 图  1  体外消化模型、体外细胞模型和体内动物实验的示意图[29]

    Figure  1.  Schematic illustration of the in vitro digestion model, in vitro cell models and in vivo animal experiments[29]

    图  2  使用小麦醇溶蛋白/壳聚糖复合胶体稳定的Pickering乳液作为模板形成的多孔蛋白材料制备示意图[43]

    Figure  2.  Schematic illustration for the preparation of a porous protein material using the Pickering-templating method, in which the HIPEs were stabilized by gliadin-chitosan hybrid particles (GCHPs) [53]

    图  3  微凝胶包埋活性酶及其稳定界面催化反应的应用[55]

    Figure  3.  Schematic illustration of enzyme encapsulation within microgels and application of interfacial catalysis via binary particle-stabilized emulsion[55]

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