Débora de Oliveira focuses on Lipase, Chromatography, Organic chemistry, Food science and Catalysis. Her Lipase research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Solid-state fermentation, Enzyme assay and Soybean oil. The various areas that Débora de Oliveira examines in her Chromatography study include Grape juices, Wine, Hydrolysis and Glycerol.
Her Candida antarctica, Propionate, Propane and Enzymatic synthesis study, which is part of a larger body of work in Organic chemistry, is frequently linked to Biocatalysis, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her research in Food science intersects with topics in Biotechnology, Cyanidin, Caffeic acid and Xanthomonas campestris. Her Catalysis research focuses on Yield and how it relates to Eugenol, Acetic anhydride, Batch reactor, Methanol and Jatropha curcas.
Her primary areas of study are Lipase, Chromatography, Organic chemistry, Catalysis and Food science. Her Lipase study contributes to a more complete understanding of Biochemistry. Débora de Oliveira combines subjects such as Ethanol, Enzyme assay, Substrate, Enzyme and Hydrolysis with her study of Chromatography.
In the subject of general Organic chemistry, her work in Transesterification, Solvent free, Polymerization and Acetic anhydride is often linked to Biocatalysis, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Alcohol, Yield, Solvent and Nuclear chemistry. Débora de Oliveira is interested in Fermentation, which is a field of Food science.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Chemical engineering, Pulp and paper industry, Lipase, Effluent and Nuclear chemistry. Débora de Oliveira interconnects Polyester, Adsorption, Polymer and Polyurethane in the investigation of issues within Chemical engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fermentation and Pseudomonas in addition to Pulp and paper industry.
Her Lipase research entails a greater understanding of Organic chemistry. Her research in Organic chemistry focuses on subjects like Geraniol, which are connected to Chemical composition. Her Nuclear chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Miniemulsion, Polymerization, Nanoparticle and Hydrolysis.
Pulp and paper industry, Biodegradation, Laccase, Human health and Hemicellulose are her primary areas of study. Débora de Oliveira focuses mostly in the field of Pulp and paper industry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Fermentation and, in certain cases, Biofuel, Hydrolysate and Bioreactor. In her work, Lipase is strongly intertwined with Copolymer, which is a subfield of Biodegradation.
She is involved in the study of Lipase that focuses on Glycerolysis in particular. Her research in Laccase intersects with topics in Environmental remediation, Bioremediation, Anthracene and Pyrene. Her work in Hemicellulose covers topics such as Food science which are related to areas like Extraction.
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A Review on Microbial Lipases Production
Helen Treichel;Débora de Oliveira;Marcio A. Mazutti;Marco Di Luccio.
Food and Bioprocess Technology (2010)
Current status and trends in enzymatic nanoimmobilization
Eliane P. Cipolatti;María José A. Silva;Manuela Klein;Vivian Feddern.
Journal of Molecular Catalysis B-enzymatic (2014)
Nanomaterials for biocatalyst immobilization – state of the art and future trends
Eliane P. Cipolatti;Eliane P. Cipolatti;Alexsandra Valério;Rosana O. Henriques;Denise E. Moritz.
RSC Advances (2016)
High genetic differentiation among remnant populations of the endangered Caesalpinia echinata Lam. (Leguminosae-Caesalpinioideae)
M. A. Cardoso;J. Provan;W. Powell;P. C. G. Ferreira.
Molecular Ecology (1998)
Production and characterization of xantham gum by Xanthomonas campestris using cheese whey as sole carbon source.
Marceli Fernandes Silva;Rejane C.G. Fornari;Marcio A. Mazutti;Débora de Oliveira.
Journal of Food Engineering (2009)
A review on enzymatic synthesis of aromatic esters used as flavor ingredients for food, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals industries
Amanda Gomes Almeida Sá;Alessandra Cristina de Meneses;Pedro Henrique Hermes de Araújo;Débora de Oliveira.
Trends in Food Science and Technology (2017)
Optimization of enzymatic production of biodiesel from castor oil in organic solvent medium.
Débora de Oliveira;Marco Di Luccio;Carina Faccio;Clarissa Dalla Rosa.
Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology (2004)
Response surface method to optimize the production and characterization of lipase from Penicillium verrucosum in solid-state fermentation.
Aniela Pinto Kempka;Nadia Lamb Lipke;Thais da Luz Fontoura Pinheiro;Silvana Menoncin.
Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering (2008)
Phase behavior of soybean oil, castor oil and their fatty acid ethyl esters in carbon dioxide at high pressures
P.M. Ndiaye;E. Franceschi;D. Oliveira;C. Dariva.
Journal of Supercritical Fluids (2006)
Rapid determination of flavonoids and phenolic acids in grape juices and wines by RP-HPLC/DAD: Method validation and characterization of commercial products of the new Brazilian varieties of grape.
Carla Valéria da Silva Padilha;Gabriela Aquino Miskinis;Marcelo Eduardo Alves Olinda de Souza;Giuliano Elias Pereira.
Food Chemistry (2017)
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