By Aristippos Gennadios
This quantity offers the main up to date and precise details on hand on protein-based biopolymer movies and coatings. It presents a accomplished assessment of the layout, know-how, homes, performance, and purposes of biopolymer movies and coatings (edible and inedible) from plant and animal proteins. either commonly commercialized and predicted functions of protein movies are mentioned, together with challenging and gentle gelatin tablets, microcapsules, collagen casings, and meat and bring coatings. specialist participants offer thorough experiences of comparable interdisciplinary examine and large lists of references.
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