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Milk fat globules, a novel carrier for delivery of exogenous cholecalciferol

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posted on 2023-05-03, 18:41 authored by Maha Alshehab, Mariza Gomes Reis, Li DayLi Day, Nitin Nitin
Vitamin D3 was encapsulated in intact milk fat globules via simple diffusion. Increased concentration of ethanol increases the loading yield of vitamin D3 in milk fat globules. Milk fat globules protect vitamin D3 from acid degradation in the gastric environment.

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Food Research International

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0963-9969

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Alshehab, M., Gomes Reis, M., Day, L., & Nitin, N. (2019). Milk fat globules, a novel carrier for delivery of exogenous cholecalciferol. Food Research International, 126, 108579. doi:10.1016/j.foodres.2019.108579

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