PREPARATION OF ORAL CURCUMIN DELIVERY FROM 3D-NANO-CELLULOSE NETWORKS MATERIAL PRODUCED BY ACETOBACTER XYLINUM USING OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUE

  • Thanh Xuan Nguyen Director of Institute of Scientific Research and Applications (ISA), Hanoi Pedagogical University 2 (HPU2)
  • Huong Lan Thi Pham Institute of Scientific Research and Applications (ISA), Hanoi Pedagogical University 2 (HPU2); Xuan Hoa, Phuc Yen, Vinh Phuc 280000, Vietnam
  • Thuong Thi Ngo Institute of Scientific Research and Applications, Hanoi Pedagogical University 2; Xuan Hoa, Phuc Yen, Vinh Phuc 280000, Vietnam
  • Phong Xuan Ong Institute of Scientific Research and Applications, Hanoi Pedagogical University 2; Xuan Hoa, Phuc Yen, Vinh Phuc 280000, Vietnam

Abstract

Objective: To prepare oral curcumin delivery and optimize curcumin loading of 3D-nano-cellulose networks material (3DCM) by looking into the impact of process variables on the response utilizing response surface methodology (RSM) and Box-Behnken design.


Methods: Optimization of curcumin loading of 3DCM was conducted using RSM and Box-Behnken model. Impact of four independent variables, that is, the concentration of curcumin (X1), temperature (X2), shaking speed (X3), and time of loading (X4), was studied on one dependent response, that is, an amount of loaded curcumin (Y). Characterization of optimized 3DCM including curcumin was examined by Transmission electron microscopy and Fourier transform infrared analysis.


Results: R2 value for Y was approximately 0.94. X1 possessed the biggest positive impact compared to X2, X3 and X4. Optimized conditions for curcumin loading of 3DCM were X1 at 3 mg/ml, X2 at 40 oC, X3 at 120 rpm and X4 at 120 min. SEM photograph of 3DCM surfaces were found including fibers creating a 3D network structure. FTIR spectra studies depicted that there was no interaction between curcumin and 3DCM.


Conclusion: The data obtained in this study thus suggest that curcumin loaded 3DCM was successfully fabricated to give a potential oral delivery system of curcumin.

Keywords: Acetobacter xylinum; characterization; curcumin; loading; optimization; 3D-nano-cellulose networks material (3DCM)

Author Biographies

Thanh Xuan Nguyen, Director of Institute of Scientific Research and Applications (ISA), Hanoi Pedagogical University 2 (HPU2)

Thanh Xuan Nguyen is a main lecturer and a director of Institute of Scientific Research and Applications at Hanoi Pedagogical University 2 (HPU2). He received a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry in 2000 from HPU2, Vietnam. He was awarded the second prize of the Vietnamese scientific and technical creative competition in 1999 of the Vietnam Fund for Supporting Technological Creations (VIFOTEC), and the second prize of the Student Scientific Research in 1999 of the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET), Vietnam. He also received a Master of Science in Human and Animal Physiology in 2005 from the Hanoi National University of Education, Vietnam. In 2010, he won a full scholarship and became a PhD student of Biopharmaceutical Engineering at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), China. He received his PhD degree from HUST, in 2014. His research interests focus on Biopharmaceutical Engineering, application of bio-pharmaceutical engineering (new materials, bio-nanomaterials, multifunctional materials, and so on) to design and manufacture the intelligent carrier systems for drug delivery and the functionally active substances in the body.

Huong Lan Thi Pham, Institute of Scientific Research and Applications (ISA), Hanoi Pedagogical University 2 (HPU2); Xuan Hoa, Phuc Yen, Vinh Phuc 280000, Vietnam

Huong Lan Thi Pham is a researcher of Institute of Scientific Research and Applications (ISA), Hanoi Pedagogical University 2 (HPU2); Xuan Hoa, Phuc Yen, Vinh Phuc 280000, Vietnam.

Thuong Thi Ngo, Institute of Scientific Research and Applications, Hanoi Pedagogical University 2; Xuan Hoa, Phuc Yen, Vinh Phuc 280000, Vietnam

Thuong Thi Ngo is a researcher of Institute of Scientific Research and Applications (ISA), Hanoi Pedagogical University 2 (HPU2); Xuan Hoa, Phuc Yen, Vinh Phuc 280000, Vietnam.

Phong Xuan Ong, Institute of Scientific Research and Applications, Hanoi Pedagogical University 2; Xuan Hoa, Phuc Yen, Vinh Phuc 280000, Vietnam

Phong Xuan Ong is a researcher of Institute of Scientific Research and Applications (ISA), Hanoi Pedagogical University 2 (HPU2); Xuan Hoa, Phuc Yen, Vinh Phuc 280000, Vietnam.

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Nguyen, T., Pham, H., Ngo, T., & Ong, P. (2020). PREPARATION OF ORAL CURCUMIN DELIVERY FROM 3D-NANO-CELLULOSE NETWORKS MATERIAL PRODUCED BY ACETOBACTER XYLINUM USING OPTIMIZATION TECHNIQUE. International Journal of Applied Pharmaceutics, 12(2). Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijap/article/view/36627
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