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    • Comparative study of processing methods for starch/gelatin films 

      Matta Fakhouri, Farayde; Costa Lu Maldonado, Daryne; Yamashita, Fábio; Martelli, Silvia Maria; Jesus Cardoso, Rodolfo; Alganer, Katlen; Queiroz Collares, Fernanda Paula; Innocentini, Lucia Helena (2013-06)
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      In this work, the influence of processing methods on the properties of starch/gelatin films plasticizedwith glycerol and sorbitol is reported. Four different processing techniques: casting; pressing; pressingfollowed by ...
    • Development and characterization of multilayer films based on polyhydroxyalkanoates and hydrocolloids 

      Souza de Andrade, Camila; Graciano Fonseca, Gustavo; Innocentini, Lucia Helena; Matta Fakhouri, Farayde (Wiley, 2016-11-07)
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      New biodegradable polymeric materials have been developed in order to minimize the environmental impact caused bythe traditional packaging found in the market. Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) are biopolymers with important ...
    • The effect of fatty acids on the physicochemical properties of edible films composed of gelatin and gluten proteins 

      Matta Fakhouri, Farayde; Martelli, Silvia Maria; Caon, Thiago; Velasco Perero, José Ignacio; Cardoso Buontempo, Rodolfo; Bilck, Ana Paula; Innocentini, Lucia Helena (Elsevier, 2018-01-01)
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      In this study, edible films were prepared with different wheat gluten (GLU) and gelatin (GEL) ratios by the solvent casting technique using glycerol (GLY) or sorbitol (SOR) as plasticizers. Fatty acids (caproic, caprylic, ...