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Encapsulation Preparation 

Encapsulation is commonly adopted in drug delivery systems to form a shell to protect a particular drug and prevent it from leaching out before reaching the targeted site. The shell is usually made of hydrogel matrices or polymeric nanostructures that are able to entrap the targeted drug.

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Drug Delivery Systems

Lipid Carriers

The lipid-based delivery systems as microemulsions, liposomes, solid lipid nanoparticles and nanostructured lipid carriers are widely used to deliver food ingredients due to their ability to protect and deliver it, enhancing its functionality and bioavailability.

Coacervation

Coacervation is a process during which a homogeneous solution of charged macromolecules undergoes liquid-liquid phase separation (LLPS), giving rise to a polymer-rich dense phase at the bottom and a transparent solution above.

Molecular inclusion

In host–guest chemistry, an inclusion compound is a chemical complex in which one chemical compound has a cavity into which a "guest" compound can be accommodated. The interaction between the host and guest involves purely van der Waals bonding.

Molecular inclusion

In host–guest chemistry, an inclusion compound is a chemical complex in which one chemical compound has a cavity into which a "guest" compound can be accommodated. The interaction between the host and guest involves purely van der Waals bonding.

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