BACKGROUND: Fish skin gelatin (FSG) and luteolin (LUT) were used as composite emulsifiers, and benzyl isothiocyanate (BITC) was used as a model of nutrient delivery to construct a stable emulsion. The storage stability of the FSG–LUT emulsion and its effect on BITC release were investigated both in vitro and ex vivo. RESULTS: LUT can quench FSG fluorophores statically and form a stable complex through hydrogen bonding and hydrophobic interactions. The FSG–LUT emulsion storage stability and embedding rate were higher than those of the FSG emulsion. The FSG–LUT emulsion microstructure was resistant to oral and gastric digestion, and the BITC retention rate and bioaccessibility were much higher than those of the FSG emulsion. Lastly, the ex vivo everted gut sac of rat intestine study demonstrated that BITC showed the highest absorption in the ileum, and the FSG–LUT emulsion absorbed BITC and sustained a controlled release in a specific position. CONCLUSION: LUT could form stable complexes with FSG, which improved the stability and bioavailability of BITC in the FSG–LUT emulsion delivery system, and promoted further intestinal BITC absorption.
|ジャーナル||Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture|
|出版ステータス||Published - 3月 15 2023|
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