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Formation of gelatin microgels using water-in-water emulsification technique
thesisposted on 10.08.2020, 06:35 by Lee Jia Min
Water-in-water (W/W) emulsion is an interesting template for microentrapment of hydrophilic compounds due to the biocompatible nature of its aqueous media. Gelatin is a good candidate because of its biocompatibility and the ability to form a thermally reversible gel. Gelatin microgels were successfully synthesised from the gelatin-based emulsion system via rapid cooling of the dispersed phase of gelatin. The model protein, green fluorescent protein, was successfully entrapped in the gelatin.