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Trends in the microencapsulation of probiotics for application in dairy products

KASIPATHY KAILASAPATHY1*, C.P. CHAMPAGNE2
*Corresponding author
1. School of BioSciences, Taylor’s University, Lakeside Campus, Subang Jaya, Malaysia
2. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, St Hyacinthe, Canada

Abstract

Microencapsulation of probiotics has been evolving with reference to encapsulant polymers, encapsulationtechnologies, release mechanisms, targeted and controlled release within the gastrointestinal tract. An overview of the above ispresented with a future prospect of nano encapsulation of physiologically bioactive cellular components of probiotic bacteriawhich may add synergistic effects in addition to live microencapsulated cells in significantly boosting therapeutic effects.


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