Cyclodextrins (CDs) are a good alternative to reduce or enhance different biomolecule characteristics and have demonstrated great results in food science. However, CDs present intrinsic limitations that can be solved by derivative synthesis. This review represents a survey of the state of the art of CD-based materials and their uses in food science. A deep review of the structure is carried out and different groups for ordination are suggested. After that, different applications such as cholesterol complexation or its use as sensors are reviewed. The derivatives show novel and promising activities for the industry. A critical perspective of the materials suggests that they might not present toxicity, although more studies are required. These points suggest that the research in this field will be increased in the following years.

Advances and classification of cyclodextrin-based polymers for food-related issues

Matencio Duran A.
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Pedrazzo Rubin Alberto.
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Difalco A.;Rezayat A.;Trotta Francesco.
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2021

Abstract

Cyclodextrins (CDs) are a good alternative to reduce or enhance different biomolecule characteristics and have demonstrated great results in food science. However, CDs present intrinsic limitations that can be solved by derivative synthesis. This review represents a survey of the state of the art of CD-based materials and their uses in food science. A deep review of the structure is carried out and different groups for ordination are suggested. After that, different applications such as cholesterol complexation or its use as sensors are reviewed. The derivatives show novel and promising activities for the industry. A critical perspective of the materials suggests that they might not present toxicity, although more studies are required. These points suggest that the research in this field will be increased in the following years.
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Cyclodextrins; Food industry; Materials; Polymers; Review
Matencio Duran A.; Pedrazzo Rubin Alberto.; Difalco A.; Navarro-Orcajada S.; Monfared Y.K.; Conesa I.; Rezayat A.; Lopez-Nicolas J.M.; Trotta Francesco.
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