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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Agroindústria de Alimentos - Resumo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2017
Type of Material: Resumo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Authors: LIMA, H. L. S.
BRIGIDA, A. I. S.
NASCIMENTO, E. S. do
BARROSO, M. K. A.
BORGES, M. de F.
GAMA, F. M. P.
ROSA, M. de F.
Additional Information: Helder L. S. Lima, UFC; ANA IRAIDY SANTA BRIGIDA, CTAA; Elígenes S. do Nascimento; Maria K. A. Barroso, UFC; MARIA DE FATIMA BORGES, CNPAT; Francisco Miguel P. Gama, Universidade do Minho; MORSYLEIDE DE FREITAS ROSA, CNPAT.
Title: Antioxidant edible films based on bacterial cellulose and tilapia gelatin skin peptides.
Publisher: In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NATURAL FIBERS, 3., 2017, Braga. Advanced materials for a greener world. Proceedings... Braga: Fibrenamics, 2017. p. 185-186.
Language: en
Notes: Editor: Raul Fangueiro. ICNF. 21, 22 e 23 de jun. 2017.
Description: In this work antioxidant films (AF) based on bacterial cellulose nanofibers (BCNF) and fish skin gelatin peptides (AFSGP) were developed. AFSGP addiction up to ~44% contributes to increase antioxidant activity (Aa) of BCNF films. The films containing AFSGP and sorbitol presented similar opacity compared to BCNF films without AFSGP. Considering the compact nanostructure, Aa, water vapour permeability and thermal stability, BCNF/AFSGP films can be used as bioactive food packing.
Thesagro: Peptídeo
Tecnologia de Alimento
Tilápia
Gelatina
Celulose
Embalagem
Biofilme.
NAL Thesaurus: Gelatin.
Food packaging
Fish
Cellulose
Food technology
Antioxidants
Edible films
Data Created: 2017-12-04
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