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Sericin is a water-soluble globular protein present in the silkworm cocoons (Bombyx mori), usually discharged in the wastewater of degumming process. Sodium alginate is a natural polysaccharide extracted from brown seaweed that has an abundant use in drug delivery systems. The blend of sericin/alginate may provide the most suitable characteristics for improvement of the drug encapsulation. The modification of the form of drug presentation becomes desirable for improved patient compliance anddoi:10.3303/cet1757239 doaj:532fee9f6b3b402288244fd001fdc9c4 fatcat:7hxzama27jfwvh62wm355nwmbm