DEVELOPMENT OF PRODUCT CONTAINING MICROENCAPSULATED PROBIOTICS: AN UPDATE ON ISSUES
AbstractTo have a handy reference and a source of outstanding knowledge for the scientist engaged in developing products containing probiotics (PRs). Probiotic micro-organisms explored for delivering associated proclaimed valuable benefits. PRs included in the pharmaceutical, dairy, nondairy, and personal care products. The market of all these products is expanding day by day, which expected to prosper. Diverse methods and technology devisedÂ to get their product with wished and improved performances. All these methods or technologies have failed in achieving preset goal, as they could not improve their performances and marketplace survival. Microencapsulation (MEC) can achieve goals with promoted degrees of success. Interest evoke for marketing of product containing encapsulated probiotics (PCMP), as means to upkeep their performance, reproducible, throughout life cycle. Related reports are available in literatures, which are unable to provide latest information and found unhandy for professionals. In this regard, information collected from form databases and presented as a handy reference. The review features on basis, limits, and applicability of MEC method suited for evolution of PCMP. Theme of debate also covers issues on their development, evaluation, and marketing. Presented information will be a helping hand for scientists and will offer an outstanding knowledge to developers, while designing them, with excellent feature and improved marketability.
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Alli S. DEVELOPMENT OF PRODUCT CONTAINING MICROENCAPSULATED PROBIOTICS: AN UPDATE ON ISSUES. JDDT [Internet]. 14Sep.2013 [cited 23Feb.2020];3(5):121-3. Available from: http://jddtonline.info/index.php/jddt/article/view/600
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