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Study on biodegradability a biosurfactant

Over the last few years, the global biosurfactant market has raised due to the increasing awareness among consumers, for the use of biological or bio‐based products. Because of their composition, it can be speculated that these are more biocompatible and more biodegradable than their chemical homologous. However, at the moment,...

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Production of biosurfactant rhamnolipid optimized

Biosurfactants are surfactants biologically produced by microorganisms, presenting several advantages when compared to synthetic surfactants. Pseudomonas aeruginosa is known for producing rhamnolipids, considered one of the most interesting types of biosurfactants due to their high yields, when compared to other types. In a recent study published by Camara and co-workers, the...

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Formulation guideline for application of rhamnolipids in cosmetics and personal care

A  recently published microrheological study of ternary surfactant‐biosurfactant mixture reveales the effect of formulation conditions on the mixtures rheological responses. The main objective of the paper by Liangchen Xu and Samiul Amin is to understand the rheological impact of rhamnolipids biosurfactant (mono/dirhamnolipids mixture, CCB) on a common personal care mixed surfactant...

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