Ashok Patel
Ashok Patel
Guangdong Technion Israel Institute of Technology
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Synthesis and characterisation of zein–curcumin colloidal particles
A Patel, Y Hu, JK Tiwari, KP Velikov
Soft Matter 6 (24), 6192-6199, 2010
3312010
Preparation and in vivo evaluation of SMEDDS (self-microemulsifying drug delivery system) containing fenofibrate
AR Patel, PR Vavia
The AAPS journal 9 (3), 344-352, 2007
3162007
Sodium caseinate stabilized zein colloidal particles
AR Patel, ECM Bouwens, KP Velikov
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 58 (23), 12497-12503, 2010
2082010
Edible oil structuring: an overview and recent updates
AR Patel, K Dewettinck
Food & function 7 (1), 20-29, 2016
1732016
Food-grade particles for emulsion stabilization
I Tavernier, W Wijaya, P Van der Meeren, K Dewettinck, AR Patel
Trends in Food Science & Technology 50, 159-174, 2016
1612016
Quercetin loaded biopolymeric colloidal particles prepared by simultaneous precipitation of quercetin with hydrophobic protein in aqueous medium
AR Patel, P Heussen, J Hazekamp, E Drost, KP Velikov
Food Chemistry, 2012
1442012
Zein as a source of functional colloidal nano-and microstructures
AR Patel, KP Velikov
Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science 19 (5), 450-458, 2014
1432014
Colloidal delivery systems in foods: A general comparison with oral drug delivery
AR Patel, KP Velikov
LWT-Food Science and Technology 44 (9), 1958-1964, 2011
1382011
Edible applications of shellac oleogels: spreads, chocolate paste and cakes
AR Patel, PS Rajarethinem, A Grędowska, O Turhan, A Lesaffer, ...
Food & function 5 (4), 645-652, 2014
1222014
Preparation and evaluation of taste masked famotidine formulation using drug/β-cyclodextrin/polymer ternary complexation approach
AR Patel, PR Vavia
AAPS PharmSciTech 9 (2), 544-550, 2008
1072008
Edible oleogels based on water soluble food polymers: preparation, characterization and potential application
AR Patel, N Cludts, MDB Sintang, A Lesaffer, K Dewettinck
Food & function 5 (11), 2833-2841, 2014
1042014
Preparation and rheological characterization of shellac oleogels and oleogel-based emulsions
AR Patel, D Schatteman, WH De Vos, A Lesaffer, K Dewettinck
Journal of colloid and interface science 411, 114-121, 2013
982013
Rheological profiling of organogels prepared at critical gelling concentrations of natural waxes in a triacylglycerol solvent
AR Patel, M Babaahmadi, A Lesaffer, K Dewettinck
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 63 (19), 4862-4869, 2015
892015
Evaluating the oil-gelling properties of natural waxes in rice bran oil: rheological, thermal, and microstructural study
CD Doan, D Van de Walle, K Dewettinck, AR Patel
Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 92 (6), 801-811, 2015
882015
Biopolymer-based structuring of liquid oil into soft solids and oleogels using water-continuous emulsions as templates
AR Patel, PS Rajarethinem, N Cludts, B Lewille, WH De Vos, A Lesaffer, ...
Langmuir 31 (7), 2065-2073, 2015
882015
A foam-templated approach for fabricating organogels using a water-soluble polymer
AR Patel, D Schatteman, A Lesaffer, K Dewettinck
Rsc Advances 3 (45), 22900-22903, 2013
832013
Comparative evaluation of structured oil systems: Shellac oleogel, HPMC oleogel, and HIPE gel
AR Patel, K Dewettinck
European journal of lipid science and technology 117 (11), 1772-1781, 2015
822015
Shellac as a natural material to structure a liquid oil-based thermo reversible soft matter system
AR Patel, D Schatteman, WH DeVos, K Dewettinck
RSC Advances, 2013
672013
High internal phase emulsions stabilized solely by whey protein isolate-low methoxyl pectin complexes: effect of pH and polymer concentration
W Wijaya, P Van der Meeren, CH Wijaya, AR Patel
Food & function 8 (2), 584-594, 2017
662017
Chemical profiling of the major components in natural waxes to elucidate their role in liquid oil structuring
CD Doan, CM To, M De Vrieze, F Lynen, S Danthine, A Brown, ...
Food chemistry 214, 717-725, 2017
592017
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