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Effect of high pressure carbon dioxide processing on pectin methylesterase activity and other orange juice properties

Formulation and characterisation of wheat bran oil-in-water nanoemulsions

Extraction of alkylresorcinols from wheat bran with supercritical CO2

Concentration by pervaporation of representative brown crab volatile compounds from dilute model solutions

Supercritical fluid extraction of wheat bran oil: Study of extraction yield and oil quality

Enzymatic activity and conformational and morphological studies of four commercial lipases treated with supercritical carbon dioxide

Supercritical fluid extraction of corn germ oil: Study of the influence of process parameters on the extraction yield and oil quality

Concentration by pervaporation of brown crab volatile compounds from dilute model solutions: Evaluation of PDMS membrane

Liquid–liquid equilibria for systems glycerol + sardine oil + tert-alcohols

Kinetic study and kinetic parameters of lipase‐catalyzed glycerolysis of sardine oil in a homogeneous medium

Production and concentration of monoacylglycerols rich in omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids by enzymatic glycerolysis and molecular distillation

Study of the influence of process parameters on liquid andsupercritical CO2 extraction of oil from rendered materials: fish meal and oil characterization

Colour removal from beet molasses by ultrafiltration with activated charcoal

Supercritical fluid extraction of fish oil from fish by-products: A comparison with other extraction methods

Activity coefficients at infinite dilution of volatile compounds in water: effect of temperature and salt concentration

Liquid–liquid equilibrium for ethanolysis systems of fish oil

Glycerolysis of sardine oil catalyzed by a water dependent lipase in different tert-alcohols as reaction medium

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