Cyclodextrins in Pharmacy

The resistance of cyclodextrins in alkaline solution is similar to the resistance of cellulose. On γirradiation of crystalline β and γcyclodextrins, the cleavage of the molecule occurs mainly at the 1,4glycosidic bonds.

Author: Karl-Heinz Frömming

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401582773

Category: Medical

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Nearly three thousand papers and patents are dedicated to the actual or potential uses of cyclodextrins in pharmacy and pharmaceutical formulations. This is the first book written for pharmacists and pharmaceutical technologists which not only critically summarizes the enormous amount of literature available, but which can be used as a handbook when looking for solutions to practical problems. The fundamentals -- chemistry of cyclodextrins and their derivatives -- their physical and chemical properties are condensed to the most relevant items in Chapters 1 and 2. Chapter 3 deals with the adsorption, metabolism and toxicological properties of cyclodextrins. Chapter 4 explains the formulation, structure, composition and advantageous effects of the cyclodextrin inclusion complexes. Chapter 5 describes the methods for preparation and characterization of drug/cyclodextrin complexes. Chapters 6 and 7 are dedicated to the pharmacokinetics, biopharmaceutical and technological aspects of drug/CD complexes. Chapter 8 treats the application and effects of cyclodextrins in various drug formulations. The Appendix comprises a collection of recipes for any type of drug formulation. This book is aimed at those who use cyclodextrins in drug formulations, to improve the properties of existing drug formulations, or who want to prepare quite new formulations.
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Cyclodextrins in Chromatography

Cyclodextrins. (Cyclodextrin. Derivatives). In CDs every glucopyranose unit has three free OH groups, two of which (on C-2 and C-3) are secondary and one (C-6) primary.22 As each of these free hydroxyl groups can be modified, ...

Author: Tibor Cserháti

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 9781847550675

Category: Science

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Cyclodextrins can form complexes with a wide variety of organic and inorganic compounds, a property which can prove useful when trying to separate complex mixtures. This book provides an up-to-date and critical evaluation of the application of cyclodextrins in many fields of chromatography (including thin layer, gas-liquid, high performance liquid and supercritical fluid chromatography; capillary electrophoresis; and isotacophoresis). Whilst mainly practical in nature, the book also looks briefly at the theoretical background for the various techniques. Any professional working with chromatography will welcome this unique book as both a practical compilation of methods and a source of reference to the literature regarding the use and impact of cyclodextrins in chromatography.
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Cyclodextrins

Authored by two experts working in this important field of research, the timely book covers the latest advances in the synthesis of cyclodextrins, their properties and important industrial applications.

Author: Wanda Sliwa

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9783527339808

Category: Science

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Authored by two experts working in this important field of research, the timely book covers the latest advances in the synthesis of cyclodextrins, their properties and important industrial applications. To this end, the authors describe covalent and non-covalent assemblies, cyclodextrin inclusion complexes, cyclodextrin polymers, and modified cyclodextrins, resulting in an up-to-date overview of cyclodextrin chemistry. An invaluable reference for organic and polymer chemists in academia as well as those researchers in industry working in polymer, supramolecular and pharmaceutical chemistry, as well as food, textile and cosmetic science.
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Cyclodextrins

k k Cyclodextrin Applications 297 130 Masson, M., Loftsson, T., Masson, G. and Stefansson, E. (1999) Cyclodextrins as permeation enhancers: some theoretical evaluations and in vitro testing. J. Control. Release, 59, 107–118.

Author: Sahar Amiri

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119247524

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The comprehensive resource for understanding the structure, properties, and applications of cyclodextrins Cyclodextrins: Properties and Industrial Applications is a comprehensive resource that includes information on cyclodextrins (CDs) structure, their properties, formation of inclusion complex with various compounds as well as their applications. The authors Sahar Amiri and Sanam Amiri, noted experts in the field of cyclodextrins, cover both the basic and applied science in chemistry, biology, and physics of CDs and offers scientists and engineers an understand of cyclodextrins. Cyclodextrins are a family of cyclic oligosaccharides consisting of (α-1,4)-linked α-D-glucopyranose units. The formation of inclusion complex between CDs as host and guest molecules is based on non-covalent interaction such as hydrogen bonding or van der waals interactions and lead to the formation of supramolecular structures. These supramolecular structures can be used as macroinitiator for initiating various type of reactions. CDs are widely used in many industrial products such as pharmacy, food and flavours, chemistry, chromatography, catalysis, biotechnology, agriculture, cosmetics, hygiene, medicine, textiles, drug delivery, packing, separation processes, environment protection, fermentation, and catalysis. This important resource: Offers a basic understanding of cyclodextrins for researchers and engineers Includes information of the basic structure of cyclodextrins and their properties Reviews how cyclodextrins can be applied in a variety of fields including medicine, chemistry, textiles, packing, and many others Shows how encapsulate corrosion inhibitors became active in corrosive electrolytes to ensure delivery of the inhibitors to corrosion sites and long-term corrosion protection Cyclodextrins offers research scientists and engineers a wealth of information about CDs with particular focus on how cyclodextrins are applied in various ways including in drug delivery, the food industry, and many other areas.
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The History of Cyclodextrins

Szejtli J (1986a) Cyclodextrins in biotechnology. Starch/Stärke 38:388–390. https://doi. org/10.1002/star.19860381107 Szejtli J (1986b) Cyclodextrins and their use in separations. Abstracts Papers Am Chem Soc 191:80–81 Szejtli J (1987a) ...

Author: Grégorio Crini

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030493080

Category: Science

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This book presents the historical development of Cyclodextrins by scientists who have made outstanding contribution to the field. Cyclodextrins are safe, cage-like molecules that have found major applications in many industrial sectors such as medicine, food, agriculture, environment and chemistry.
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Cyclodextrins in Pharmaceutics Cosmetics and Biomedicine

Part II consists of novel and specialized applications of cyclodextrins based on the diversity ofmodified cyclodextrins. Amajor groupof novel cyclodextrinderivatives are amphiphilic cyclodextrins with different surface charges.

Author: Erem Bilensoy

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470934611

Category: Science

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Cyclodextrins in Pharmaceutics, Cosmetics, and Biomedicine covers a wide range of knowledge on cyclodextrins, from an overview of molecular and supramolecular aspects of cyclodextrin physicochemistry, to the latest outcomes in cyclodextrin use and future possibilities in the employment of these systems. This book focuses on the derivatives and physicochemical and biological properties of cyclodextrins, and considers drug delivery through topical, mucosal, and oral via cyclodextrin complexes.
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Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Cyclodextrins

I. Int. Symp. on Cyclodextrins - l. 5. Budapest, 1981 THE PREPARATION AND SOME PROPERTIES OF GLUCOSYL-CYCLODEXTRINS SHOICHI KOBAYASHT," KEIJI KAINUMA," DEXTER FRENCH* l National Food Research Institute Yatabe, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305, ...

Author: J. Szejtli

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ISBN: 9789400978553

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Cyclodextrins are galnlng industrial interest owing to their particu lar structure. These cyclic amyloses are commonly composed of 6, 7 or 8 (named a-, 8-, y-CD) glucose units. They undergo complexation with quite a large number of substances by molecular inclusion. Their potential for in dustrial application is substantiated by their ability to protect fragile substances from oxygen and UV, to delay the evolution of volatiles and to aid the ancillary processing of dangerous or volatile substances in powder ed form. Though a-, 8- and y-CD exhibit different inclusion specificity, 8-CD has found more attention than the others. This is due to the fact that most of the cyclodextrin producing enzymes known produce predominantly 8-CD. Fur thermore 8-CD is by far the least soluble form, leading to a relatively sim ple production and purification. Consequently 8-CD is already in production on an industrial scale [~] while a- and 8-CD are still more or less re garded as specialities. A further CD-producing enzyme has been found in the medium of K. pneu moniae [l], Since this CGT appeared to produce predominantly a-CD [~], it has been chosen to develop a process for the production of a-CD. MATERIALS AND METHODS Analysis of cyclodextrins: HPLC on Lichrosorb-NH . 10 ~m, with acetonitrile 2 water 65/35 per volume. Test for CGT activity: as described by Landert elsewhere in this Volume. Starch: potato starch as obtained from Blattmann, Wadenswil, Switzerland.
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Clathrate Compounds Molecular Inclusion Phenomena and Cyclodextrins

GENERAL FEATURES OF CYCLODEXTRIN PACKING PATTERNS The macrocyclic structure of cyclodextrins resembles a truncated ... This polarity gives the cyclodextrins properties which are essential if packing in Crystal lattices is discussed.

Author: J.L Atwood

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ISBN: 9789400953765

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The Joint Meeting comprisIng the 3rd International Symposium on Clathrate Compounds and Molecular Inclusion Phenomena and the 2nd International Symposium on Cyclodextrins was held on 23-27 July, 1984, in Tokyo, Japan. It was organized by the Japan Association for Inclusion Chemistry together with the International Organization Committee, with the auspices of sixteen societies and associations in Japan. This event was the first joint meeting with the hope of unifying the above two symposia. The program of the symposium consisted of 142 papers, including 14 invited papers. The invited papers and some selected topics were presented verbally, and all the other 118 papers were displayed in poster sessions. The symposium was held at Hoshi University in Tokyo. Due to the multidisciplinary nature of the subjects treated, the scope and subjects were grouped into two parts. In the first group, the chemistry of cyclodextrins, synthetic organic hosts, inorganic and metal complex hosts and layered hosts were treated. In the second group applications in various fields, biomimetic aspects, physicochemical aspects, selectivity, stereo-specificity and other aspects were discussed. The scientific sessions were carried out in a really vivid atmosphere. The number of participants viz 50 from 19 overseas countries and 253 domestic partici pants exceeded our expectation.
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Modified Cyclodextrins for Chiral Separation

Bioorg Chem 11:274—280 Cannors KA (1997) The stability of cyclodextrin complexes in solution. Chem Rev 97:1325—1357 Ahuja S (2000) Chiral separations by chromatography. ACS, New York Juvancz Z (2002) The role of cyclodextrins in chiral ...

Author: Weihua Tang

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642376481

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Modified Cyclodextrins for Chiral Separation offers a review of the latest advances in developing modified cyclodextrins as chiral selectors for various chromatographic and electromigration techniques. Over the years, many descriptions of chiral separation have appeared in academic journals and books, but most of them have been devoted to either the development of analytical methods and protocols or the summary of different chiral selectors, including cyclodextrins for chiral separation applications. This is in marked contrast to this volume which focuses on the research endeavors concerning the development of cyclodextrin derivatives specifically as either chiral mobile phases for capillary electrophoresis, or chiral stationary phases for various chromatographic techniques including gas chromatography, or high-performance liquid chromatography and supercritical fluid chromatography. The ongoing thread in this book is the synthesis of structurally-defined cyclodextrin derivatives and their applications in enantiomer separation by means of different analytical techniques. Modified Cyclodextrins for Chiral Separation is intended for those who are interested in expanding their knowledge of cyclodextrin chemistry and chiral separation, and in what cyclodextrin modification can be made to suit the needs of chiral selectors for different analytical techniques. It primarily focuses on the state-of-the-art cyclodextrin chemistry which is the basis for all chiral selectors used in these chiral separation techniques. Weihua Tang, PhD, is a professor at the Key Laboratory of Soft Chemistry and Functional Materials, Ministry of Education, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China. Siu-Choon Ng, PhD, is a professor at the Division of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Dongping Sun, PhD, is a professor at the Key Laboratory of Soft Chemistry and Functional Materials, Ministry of Education, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China.
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Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Cyclodextrins

CYCLODEXTRINS IN PHARMACEUTICALS 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4. 4.5. 4.6. 4.7. 4.8. 4.9. 4.10. 4.11. 4.12. 4.13. 4.14. 4.15. Duchêne, D. New Trends in Pharmaceutical Applications of Cyclodextrin Inclusion Compounds Frömming, K.-H., Norwig, J., ...

Author: J. Szejtli

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789400926370

Category: Medical

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The rapidly growing number of papers and patents on Cyclodextrins and their potential or actual industrial uses raised the idea to organize a Symposium on Cyclodextrins. This Symposium - held in September 1981 in Budapest, with more than 200 participants from 17 countries - proved to be very succesfull in every respect, therefore it has been accepted unanimously to organize the lInd CD-Symposium in 1984, in Tokyo. (The Budapest-Symposium got posteriorly the "First" adjective). The IInd Symposium was held together with the III. Int. Symposium on Chlatrate Compounds and Molecular Inclusion Phenomena. The IIIrd CD-Symposium also was held as a Joint Symposium, with the IVth. Chlatrate Symposium in Lancaster, U. K. ,1986. The limited time however showed, that such a broad field - from calixarenes to zeolites - can not be managed efficiently. Therefore the International Organizing Committee voted for separation of two Symposia in the future. The IVth Int. CD-Symposium was held in the Munich, in April 1988, and the Vth Chlatrate Symposium (called already Vth Int. Symposium on Inclusion Phenomena and Molecular Recognition) was held in Alabama, Sept. 1988. In Munich 220 participants from 21 countries attended 32 verbal lectures and 54 posters. This volume contains the submitted 71 manuscripts of the IVth Cyclodextrin Symposium.
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Modified Cyclodextrins Scaffolds And Templates For Supramolecular Chemistry

References Chapter 6 MULTISITE COMPLEXATION OF GUESTS AND LINKED CYCLODEXTRINS 6.1. Multiple Complexation of Guest Species by Cyclodextrins 6.2. Dimerisation of Modified Cyclodextrins 6.3. Covalently Linked Cyclodextrin Dimers 6.4.

Author: Easton Chris J

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9781911298861

Category: Science

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Through modification, the natural cyclodextrins are effective templates for the generation of a wide range of molecular hosts. This makes it possible to tailor a cyclodextrin host to a particular guest, to meet specific requirements in the host-guest complex, and opens the way to diverse new areas of supramolecular chemistry. Metallocyclodextrins, rotaxanes and catenanes, as well as surface monolayers of modified cyclodextrins, are readily obtained. The native cyclodextrins serve as scaffolds on which functional groups and other substituents can be assembled, with controlled geometry. This results in substantially improved molecular recognition and procedures for chemical separation, including enantiomer discrimination, through guest binding. Access to the gamut of functional groups greatly expands the utility of cyclodextrins in chemical synthesis and provides catalysts which mimic the entire range of enzymic activity. Modifications to the cyclodextrins also lead to a wide range of photochemistry of cyclodextrin complexes, through which the enhancement of guest reactivity occurs; in addition, light harvesting molecular devices and photochemical frequency switches may be constructed. In solution, modified cyclodextrins have been used to construct molecular reactors, as well as molecular, temperature and pH sensors. At surfaces, they form semipermeable membranes and sensor electrodes. Such exciting fields of chemistry, made possible only through modifications to the natural cyclodextrins, are the subject of this book.
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Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Cyclodextrins

suggest that if the sulfonic acid moiety and the cyclodextrin torus are separated by a critical distance, ... One of the major driving forces for inclusion complexation by cyclodextrins is proposed to be expulsion of “enthalpy rich'' ...

Author: J. Szejtli

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401154482

Category: Medical

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This volume contains the proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Cyclodextrins, held in Budapest, Hungary, March 31-April 2, 1996. The 147 papers collected here are milestones in the exponentially increasing cyclodextrin literature, and represent a summary of the last two years' achievement in this field, with applications in such diverse disciplines as pharmaceuticals, food, cosmetics, textiles, plastics, and chromatography. Some highlights: lipophilicity profiles of cyclodextrins by computer molecular graphics; recent toxicological studies on cyclodextrins; Buckminsterfullerene/cyclodextrin complexes; hydroxypropyl-beta-cyclodextrin; pharmacokinetics and toxicology; peracylated cyclodextrins as drug carriers; cyclodextrins in nasal drug delivery; textile fibre surface modification by a reactive cyclodextrin; cyclodextrin-containing fabric care products; drug targeting by cyclodextrin-dimers for photodynamic cancer therapy; cyclodextrins in ophthalmologic drugs; new cyclodextrin derivatives and their potentials. Audience: This book will be of interest to researchers whose work involves pharmaceuticals, food chemicals and flavours, food additives, chromatographic methods, and biotechnology, as well as fundamental cyclodextrin research.
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Cyclodextrins Preparation And Application In Industry

Synthesisandcharacterization of nano-encapsulated catechin by molecular inclusion with beta-cyclodextrin. Journal of Food Engineering, 111(2), pp. ... Complexation of resveratrol with cyclodextrins: solubility and antioxidant activity.

Author: Jin Zhengyu

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789813229679

Category: Science

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Cyclodextrins are an extremely versatile class of chemicals highly prized for their ability to incorporate a plethora of organic, inorganic and biologic guest molecules into their hydrophobic cavities and form host-guest inclusion complexes. As excellent molecular receptors, they have long been exploited in many important industries such as food and agriculture, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, textiles, analytical chemistry and enzyme mimics. Researchers, technicians and application specialists in many industries will appreciate this handy volume that systematically discusses how cyclodextrins are applied in their industries. Special attention is devoted to the preparation of inclusion complexes, novel properties of the resultant complexes, and details on applying those properties to industry. Contents: Introduction (Junrong Huang, Qi Yang, and Huayin Pu)General Methods for the Preparation of Cyclodextrin Inclusion Complexes (Jinpeng Wang, Haoran Fan, and Mengke Zhang)Applications in Food (Chao Yuan, Wangyang Shen, Bo Yu, and Xing Zhou)Applications in Agriculture (Jianwei Zhao and Shengjun Wu)Applications in Pharmaceuticals (Xiuting Hu and Yaoqi Tian)Applications in Cosmetics (Tao Feng, Haining Zhuang, and Na Yang)Applications in the d104ile Industry (Jin Xu)Applications in Analytical Chemistry (Xuehong Li)Cyclodextrin-Based Enzyme Mimics (Aiquan Jiao) Readership: Researchers, technicians and application specialists in food and agriculture, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, textiles, analytical chemistry and environmental engineering industries. Keywords: Cyclodextrins;Preparation;Application;IndustryReview: Key Features: Shows researchers and technologists how to use cyclodextrins as host compounds and further promote related researchCovers seven fields in one volumeDiscusses the preparation of the inclusion complexes and the important properties of the resultant complexes are covered in detail
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Functionality of Cyclodextrins in Encapsulation for Food Applications

Ikuta N, Okamoto H, Furune T et al (2016) Bioavailability of an R-α-lipoic acid/γ-cyclodextrin complex in healthy volunteers. Int J Mol Sci 17:949 Jansook P, Ogawa N, Loftsson T (2018) Cyclodextrins: structure, ...

Author: Thao M. Ho

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030800567

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Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Cyclodextrins

Development of a sustained release dosage form containing a diclofenac-cyclodextrin inclusion complex . . . . . . . . . . 219 B. Evrard, P. Chiap, G. Piel, T. Van Hees, F. Ghalmi, B. Losson and L. Delattre. Influence of cyclodextrins on ...

Author: Juan José Torres Labandeira

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401146814

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This volume contains the proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Cyclodextrins, held in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, May 31 - June 3, 1998. The papers collected represent a summary of the last two years' achievements in the application of cyclodextrins in such diverse fields as pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, textiles, chromatography and environmental sciences. Highlights: Chiral selection of chemicals, nuclear waste management, cyclodextrins in nasal drug delivery, cyclodextrins in pulmonary drug delivery, cyclodextrins as pharmaceutical excipients, pharmacokinetics, stabilization of drugs by cyclodextrins, structural characterization of cyclodextrin complexes by nuclear magnetic resonance and molecular modeling, artificial receptors, large cyclodextrins, cyclodextrins as enzyme models, new cyclodextrin derivatives and potentials. Audience: This book will be of interest to researchers whose work involves biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, food and chemicals and chromatographic methods, as well as fundamental cyclodextrin research.
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Aqueous Solubility Behavior of Three Cyclodextrins

FIGURE 5. a-cyclodextrin Moisture Uptake at room temperature and relative humidity 50-60%. Uptake of water is graphed as % weight gain as a function of time. Data from Table XIII. time / hr. FIGURE 6. a-cyclodextrin hexahydrate (top) ...

Author: Michael J. Jozwiakowski

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Category: Cyclodextrins

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Cyclodextrins and Their Complexes

COSY see correlated spectroscopy Coulomb electrostatic term, molecular modeling 344 counter-current chromatography 124 covalent catalysis, cyclodextrins 93–95 covalently linked TTF 305 CPC see centrifugal partition chromatography creams ...

Author: Helena Dodziuk

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9783527608447

Category: Science

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Offering comprehensive and up-to-date know-how in one compact book, an experienced editor and top authors cover every aspect of these important molecules from molecular recognition to cyclodextrins as enzyme models. Chapters include reactivity and chemistry, chromatography, X-ray, NMR plus other physicochemical methods, as well as model calculations, rotaxane and catenane structures, and applications in the pharmaceutical industry. The book also discusses other applications such as in the cosmetics, toiletries, textile and wrapping industries, agrochemistry, electrochemical sensors, and devices. A must for everyone working with these substances.
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Inhibition of therapeutic protein aggregation by cyclodextrins

Influence of cyclodextrin ring substituents on folding-related aggregation of bovine carbonic anhydrase. European Journal of Biochemistry 268(8):2456-2463. 3. Sigurjonsdottir JF, Loftsson T, Masson M 1999. Influence of cyclodextrins on ...

Author: Tim Serno

Publisher: Cuvillier Verlag

ISBN: 9783736936317

Category: Medical

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Cyclodextrin

Cyclodextrins as drug carrier molecule: A review. Scientia Pharmaceutica. 2008;76(4):567-598 Challa R, Ahuja A, Ali J, Khar RK. Cyclodextrins in drug delivery: An updated review. AAPS PharmSciTech. 2005;6(2):E329-E357 Gidwani B, ...

Author: Poonam Arora

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ISBN: 9781789230680

Category: Science

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The book is devoted to the highly versatile and potential ingredient Cyclodextrin, a family of cyclic oligosaccharides composed of ?-(1,4)-linked glucopyranose subunits. Its molecular complexation phenomena and negligible cytotoxic effects attribute toward its application such as in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, food, agriculture, textile, separation process, analytical methods, catalysis, environment protection, and diagnostics. Efforts have also been made to concentrate on recent research outcomes along with future prospects of cyclodextrins to attract the interest of scientists from the industry and academia. The contributions of the authors are greatly acknowledged, without which this compilation would not have been possible.
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Cyclodextrin Chemistry

Large cyclodextrins. Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic 10. 11. 12. Chemistry, 43, 1–13. 2. Martin Del Valle, EM (2004). Cyclodextrins and their uses: A review. Process Biochemistry, 39, 1033–1046. 3.

Author: Zheng-Yu Jin

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814436816

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Cyclodextrin Chemistry covers the preparation of cyclodextrins and cyclodextrin derivatives (CDs), and their applications in industrial and non-industrial areas. An overall theme in the book is the screening of cyclodextrin glycosyltransferase (CGTase), the preparation of sugar-branched cyclodextrins and CDs, and the use of CDs for reconstructing various supermolecule systems. The specific content also includes preparation methods, spectroscopy techniques for CDs analysis, and potential applications in food packaging, nutrient fortification, medicine, cosmetics, textiles, chemicals, feed, agriculture, and environment. It summarizes the research merit of CDs in the past twenty years and also emphasizes hot topics and important areas of cyclodextrin chemistry in the future. Contents:Introduction (Jun-Rong Huang, Hai-Ning Zhuang and Zheng-Yu Jin)Enzymes in Preparing Cyclodextrins (Sheng-Jun Wu, Xiu-Ting Hu, Jin-Moon Kim and Jing Chen)Preparation and Analysis of Cyclodextrin (An-Wei Cheng, Jin-Peng Wang and Zheng-Yu Jin)Preparation of Branched-Cyclodextrins (Xing Zhou, Yao-Qi Tian and Zheng-Yu Jin)Preparation and Analysis of Cyclodextrin Derivatives (Chao Yuan, Yu-Xiang Bai and Zheng-Yu Jin)Basic Application of Cyclodextrins in Supermolecule Chemistry (Tao Feng, Ai-Quan Jiao and Zheng-Yu Jin)Use of Cyclodextrins in Food, Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Industries (Yao-Qi Tian, Xing Zhou and Zheng-Yu Jin)Application of Cyclodextrins in Non-industrial Areas (Xue-Hong Li and Zheng-Yu Jin) Readership: Researchers and technicians in food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and chemical industries, as well as in non-industry areas such as agriculture and environmental engineering, supermolecule and analytical chemistry. Keywords:Cyclodextrin;Cycloamyloses;Cyclodextrin Preparation;Cyclodextrin Properties;Cyclodextrin Application;Cyclodextrin Glycosyltransferase;CGTase;Cyclodextrin Derivative;Sugar-Branched CyclodextrinKey Features:The book describes basic knowledge and a number of specific preparation methods of cyclodextrin derivatives (CDs) from research that will be invaluable to researchers and technicians in the fieldIt is the first book in the international market focusing on the screening of cyclodextrin glycosyltransferase (CGTase) and systematic preparation of sugar-branched cyclodextrin and cyclodextrin derivatives (CDs)
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