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|Title:||Precipitation of particles using combined high turbulence extraction assisted by ultrasound and supercritical antisolvent fractionation|
|Author:||Santos, Diego T.|
Santana, Ádina L.
Meireles, M. Angela A.
Petenate, Ademir José
Silva, Eric Keven
Albarelli, Juliana Q.
Johner, Júlio C. F.
Gomes, M. Thereza M. S.
Torres, Ricardo Abel Del Castillo Torres
|Abstract:||High Turbulence Extraction Assisted by Ultrasound combined with Supercritical Antisolvent Fractionation (SAF) was done to intensify the recovery of bixin and phenolic compounds from semi-defatted annatto seeds. Annatto seeds are extensively used due to its colorant properties and bioactive potential in human health. Modifications were performed in the SAF experimental apparatus in order to prevent losses of product. Results show that supercritical fractionation resulted in particle yields between 72.2–80.5%, 20–50% phenolics, and 66% bixin.|
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