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Selected Publications

Polowsky, P., & Janaswamy, S. (2015). Hydrocolloid-based nutraceutical delivery systems: Effect of counter-ions on the encapsulation and release. Food Hydrocolloids, 43, 658-663.

Singh, A., Sarkar, P., Janaswamy, S., Yao, Y., & Bhunia, A. (2014). Delivery and controlled release of antimicrobial compounds. In In Food Microbiology. Novel Preservation and Microbial Assessment Techniques (1, 218-236). CRC Press.

Janaswamy, S. (2014). Encapsulation altered starch digestion: Towards developing starch-based delivery systems. Carbohydrate Polymers, 101, 600-605.

Bordenave, N., Janaswamy, S., & Yao, Y. (2014). Influence of starch structure on the swelling and leaching of starch microparticles. Carbohydrate Polymers, 103, 234-243.

Patel, B., Campanella, O., & Janaswamy, S. (2013). Impact of urea on the three-dimensional structure, viscoelastic and thermal behavior of iota-carrageenan. Carbohydrate Polymers, 92, 1873-1879. Retrieved from

Janaswamy, S., Gill, K., Campanella, O., & Pinal, R. (2013). Organized polysaccharide fibers as stable drug carriers. Carbohydrate Polymers, 94, 209-215. Retrieved from

Youngren, S. (2012). Hydrocolloid-based nutraceutical delivery systems. Food & Function, 3, 503-507.

Running, C., & Falshaw, R. (2012). Trivalent iron induced gelation in lambda carrageenan. Carbohydrate Polymers, 87, 2735-2739.

Hickman, B., & Yao, Y. (2009). Autoclave and beta-amylolysis lead to reduced in vitro digestibility of starch. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 57(7005), 7012.

Hickman, B., & Yao, Y. (2009). Properties of starch subjected to partial gelatinization and beta-amylolysis. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 57, 666-674.

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