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Effect of plasticizers on the properties of sugar palm nanocellulose/cinnamon essential oil reinforced starch bionanocomposite films

Abstract This paper investigates the effects of plasticizer type and concentration on the mechanical, physical, and antibacterial characteristics of sugar palm nanocellulose/sugar palm starch/cinnamon essential oil bionanocomposite films. Plasticizer contents' increase resulted in an increase in film thickness and moisture content as a result of increasing plasticizer content. Comparing to S-plasticised films, increased moisture content was found in glycerol and glycerol-sorbitol plasticized films. The results of this research revealed significant improvement in the stability of bionanocomposite films of various sizes and concentrations of plasticizers, as well as their potential for food packaging applications.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1515/ntrev-2022-0028


Preparation of humidity-responsive cinnamon essential oil nanomicelles and its effect on post-harvest quality of strawberries

Abstract: Biodegradable substances have drew significant interest in maintaining food quality and safety due to their ability to produce persistent amounts of antimicrobial agents. This study revealed that cinnamon essential oil loaded poly -poly micelles were ready for humidity-controlled CEO release and strawberry quality preservation. The release rate could be controlled by adjusting the relative humidity, and 75% RH was sufficient for CEO removal from micelles. The cytotoxicity was reduced by the encapsulation of CEOs with high amounts of PEG-PCL micelles.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1939880/v1


Effect of Cinnamon Powder Supplementation with Diets Containing Maize Cobs and Sugarcane Pulps/Peels on In-Vitro Methane Emission and Performance of Goats

Using a completely random approach, the investigation was conducted to see the effects of cinnamon powder as an additive in diets that contain maize cobs and sugarcane pulps/peels in in-vitro methane production and results of goats using a completely random approach. The basal and each of the supplementary diets tested in a ratio of 60: 40 in treatment diets D 1, D 2, D 3, and D 4 contained 0%, 1%, 2%, and 3% on dry matter based on cinnamon powder inclusion respectively, respectively. Randomly assigned to the four treatment diets by Thirty-two West African dwarf goats aged 7 to 8 months of age with average body mass of 70. 00 %u00b1 0. 80 kg. In D 3, the lowest reduction in methane gas production was the highest in D3.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5276/jswtm/2022.262


Antitumor Activities of Aqueous Cinnamon Extract on 5637 Cell Line of Bladder Cancer through Glycolytic Pathway

A promising therapy for cancer is pharmacotherapy with medicinal plants. The antitumor effects of Cinnamon were investigated in this research, with a focus on glucose metabolism in bladder cancer carcinoma cell-line 5637. Cinnamon bark was used to create an Aqueous extract of Cinnamon. Different amounts of aqueous extract of Cinnamon were used on the Bladder cancer 537cell line. The crude extract of Cinnamon significantly reduced ErbB2, HSF1, and LDHA gene expression, as well as reduced the serum level of HSF1 and LDHA, LDH activity, glucose intake, and lactate production dose-dependently. The aqueous extract of Cinnamon can inhibit proliferation in 5637 cells by inhibition of glycolysis and inducer of apoptosis, according to our results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1155/2022/3855368


Effect of Giving of Ethanol extract of Ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.), Pandan leaves (Pandanus amarylifolius Roxb), Citronella (Cymbopogon nardus (L.) Randle), Cinnamon (Cinnamomum burmanii B.) on Cholesterol Reduction in Male Strain Rats (Rattus Norvegicus)

Cholesterol in the blood is a form of sterol obtained from a lipid molecule that serves as the main structural component of plasma membranes. The rat group at a dose 200 mg/kgbw had cholesterol levels of 90,75 percent, according to u00b1 2,06, with cholesterol levels of 90,75 percent/dl in the rat group at a dose 100mg/kgbw showing cholesterol levels of 90,75 percent at a dose 300 mg/kgbw.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.24114/ijcst.v5i2.37454


Use Of Cinnamon, Vitamin D And Starch Capsules to Attenuate Different Types of Dysmenorrhea

The results showed that Cinnamon reduced pain, bleeding, and physical pain, as well as improved physical fitness, leisure pursuits, health care, meaningful life, and body image among the majority participants. Likewise, vitamin D reduced dysmenorrhea symptoms and improved the quality of life for the majority of patients. Conclusions: The study found that cinnamon tea and vitamin D were the most potent drug for reducing dysmenorrhea symptoms.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.54393/pbmj.v5i7.623

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