Publicado un trabajo del grupo REDOLí sobre el uso de materiales a base de sílice como moduladores de la hidrólisis de grasas catalizada por lipasa.

El trabajo, realizado por varios miembros del equipo REDOLí, estudia el efecto de los materiales de sílice y su funcionalización en la hidrólisis de grasas catalizadas por la enzima lipasa. Este efecto apenas ha sido estudiado en la actualidad.

https://www.mdpi.com/2079-4991/10/10/1927

Abstract: The effect of silica materials and their functionalization in the lipase catalyzed fat hydrolysis has been scarcely studied. Fifteen silica materials were prepared and their effect on the fat hydrolysis was measured, under simulated duodenal conditions, using the pH-stat method. The materials are composed of the combination of three supports (Stöber massive silica nanoparticles, Stöber mesoporous nanoparticles and UVM-7) and four surface functionalizations (methyl, trimethyl, propyl and octyl). In addition, the non-functionalized materials were tested. The functional groups were selected to offer a hydrophobic character to the material improving the interaction with the fat globules and the lipase. The materials are able to modulate the lipase activity and their effect depending on the support topology and the organic covering, being able to increase or reduce the fat hydrolysis. Depending of the material, relative fat hydrolysis rates of 75 to 140% in comparison with absence of the material were obtained. The results were analyzed by Partial Least Square Regression and suggest that the alkyl modified mesopores are able to improve the fat hydrolysis, by contrast the non-porous nanoparticles and the textural pores tend to induce inhibition. The effects are more pronounced for materials containing long alkyl chains and/or in absence of taurodeoxycholate.

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