WGPSE

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WGPSEWorking Group on Private Sector Evaluation
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Prolonged Release of Urea from WGPSE Microparticles.
The fact that the release mechanism is a Fickian diffusion provides an idea that when the WGPSE microparticles were applied, the concentration gradient exerts an effect to produce equilibrium in the system, executed by the diffusion process.
Solutions of WGPSE at low concentrations demonstrate that they can be used to develop microparticles using the nanoprecipitation technique due to its shear-thickening behavior.
TGA curves of WGPSE microparticles loaded with urea, WGPSE microparticles without urea, WGPSE, and urea.
Urea release from wheat-gluten proteins soluble in ethanol (WGPSE) microparticles at 25[degrees]C and pH 7.
Caption: Figure 2: Effect of shear rate [??] on shear stress [tau] for low concentrations of wheat-gluten proteins soluble in ethanol (WGPSE) at 25[degrees]C.
Caption: Figure 3: Effect of shear rate on viscosity for the three solutions of WGPSE at different concentrations, at 25[degrees]C.
Caption: Figure 4: Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) micrographs of wheat- gluten proteins soluble in ethanol (WGPSE) microparticles with 2000x magnification; (a) without urea and (b) loaded with urea.
Caption: Figure 5: Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectrum of (a) wheat flour, (b) wheat gluten, and (c) wheat-gluten proteins soluble in ethanol (WGPSE) (gliadins, mainly).
Caption: Figure 6: Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectra of (a) wheat-gluten proteins soluble in ethanol (WGPSE) (gliadins, mainly) and (b) WGPSE microparticles.
Caption: Figure 7: Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectra of (a) urea, (b) wheat-gluten proteins soluble in ethanol (WGPSE) microparticles without urea and (c) urea-loaded WGPSE microparticles.
Caption: Figure 8: TGA curves of WGPSE microparticles loaded with urea, WGPSE microparticles without urea, WGPSE, and urea.