by Moreno-Perez, Sonia, Filice, Marco, Guisan, Jose M and Fernandez-Lorente, Gloria
Abstract:
The reaction of transesterification between oils (e.g., olive oil) and ascorbic acid in polar anhydrous media (e.g., tert-amyl alcohol) catalyzed by immobilized lipases for the preparation of natural liposoluble antioxidants (e.g., ascorbyl oleate) was studied. Three commercial lipases were tested: Candida antarctica B lipase (CALB), Thermomyces lanuginosus lipase (TLL) and Rhizomucor miehei lipase (RML). Each lipase was immobilized by three different protocols: hydrophobic adsorption, anionic exchange and multipoint covalent attachment. The highest synthetic yields were obtained with CALB adsorbed on hydrophobic supports (e.g., the commercial derivative Novozym 435). The rates and yields of the synthesis of ascorbyl oleate were higher when using the solvent dried with molecular sieves, at high temperatures (e.g. 45textdegreeC) and with a small excess of oil (2 mol of oil per mol of ascorbic acid). The coating of CALB derivatives with polyethyleneimine (PEI) improved its catalytic behavior and allowed the achievement of yields of up to 80% of ascorbyl oleate in less than 24h. CALB adsorbed on a hydrophobic support and coated with PEI was 2-fold more stable than a non-coated derivative and one hundred-fold more stable than the best TLL derivative. The best CALB derivative exhibited a half-life of 3 days at 75textdegreeC in fully anhydrous media, and this derivative maintained full activity after 28 days at 45textdegreeC in dried tert-amyl alcohol.
Reference:
Synthesis of ascorbyl oleate by transesterification of olive oil with ascorbic acid in polar organic media catalyzed by immobilized lipases. (Moreno-Perez, Sonia, Filice, Marco, Guisan, Jose M and Fernandez-Lorente, Gloria), In Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, volume 174, 2013.
Bibtex Entry:
@article{MorenoPerez:2013gq,
author = {Moreno-Perez, Sonia and Filice, Marco and Guisan, Jose M and Fernandez-Lorente, Gloria},
title = {{Synthesis of ascorbyl oleate by transesterification of olive oil with ascorbic acid in polar organic media catalyzed by immobilized lipases.}},
journal = {Chemistry and Physics of Lipids},
year = {2013},
volume = {174},
pages = {48--54},
month = sep,
affiliation = {Instituto de Catalisis, ICP-CSIC, Campus UAM, 28049 Madrid, Spain; Instituto de Investigaci{'o}n en Ciencias de la Alimentaci{'o}n (CIAL), Campus UAM, 28049 Madrid, Spain.},
doi = {10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2013.06.003},
pmid = {23891831},
language = {English},
rating = {0},
date-added = {2016-12-12T13:04:22GMT},
date-modified = {2020-07-09T13:27:49GMT},
abstract = {The reaction of transesterification between oils (e.g., olive oil) and ascorbic acid in polar anhydrous media (e.g., tert-amyl alcohol) catalyzed by immobilized lipases for the preparation of natural liposoluble antioxidants (e.g., ascorbyl oleate) was studied. Three commercial lipases were tested: Candida antarctica B lipase (CALB), Thermomyces lanuginosus lipase (TLL) and Rhizomucor miehei lipase (RML). Each lipase was immobilized by three different protocols: hydrophobic adsorption, anionic exchange and multipoint covalent attachment. The highest synthetic yields were obtained with CALB adsorbed on hydrophobic supports (e.g., the commercial derivative Novozym 435). The rates and yields of the synthesis of ascorbyl oleate were higher when using the solvent dried with molecular sieves, at high temperatures (e.g. 45{textdegree}C) and with a small excess of oil (2 mol of oil per mol of ascorbic acid). The coating of CALB derivatives with polyethyleneimine (PEI) improved its catalytic behavior and allowed the achievement of yields of up to 80% of ascorbyl oleate in less than 24h. CALB adsorbed on a hydrophobic support and coated with PEI was 2-fold more stable than a non-coated derivative and one hundred-fold more stable than the best TLL derivative. The best CALB derivative exhibited a half-life of 3 days at 75{textdegree}C in fully anhydrous media, and this derivative maintained full activity after 28 days at 45{textdegree}C in dried tert-amyl alcohol.},
url = {http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S0009308413001023},
uri = {url{papers3://publication/doi/10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2013.06.003}}
}