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capsulate

[′kap·sə‚lāt]
(biology)
Enclosed in a capsule.
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Most of the tumors were firm in consistency & showed partial to complete capsulation. Cut section revealed solid, grey white homogenous areas.
Smulian, "Histoplasma capsulation manifests preferential invasion of phagocytic sub-populations in murine lungs," Journal of Leukocyte Biology, vol.
When asked how she copes with being a working mother, January told People magazine: "I have a great doula [a non-medical person who assists during or after childbirth] who makes sure I'm eating well, with vitamins and teas, and with placenta capsulation.
"I have a great doula who makes sure I'm eating well, with vitamins and teas, and with placenta capsulation," Contactmusic quoted her as telling People magazine.
Construction of the $40 million plant in Saudi Arabia will begin in the second quarter of this year and will produce tablets, capsulation and liquid filling, he said in an interview with Gulf News.
Catalent Pharma Solutions, headquartered in Somerset, New Jersey, and Banner, headquartered in High Point, North Carolina, are both leading global providers of prescription softgel capsulation services.
(49) The same can be detected in the field of biotechnology, where on the one hand international trends are favouring the emergence of outsourcing in the economy where supply and service orientation is already prevailing and hence capsulation at the lower value-added end may occur, and on the other where the simultaneous availability and delivery of structural funds (the EU's support system for transition countries) have paved the way for another set of changes that the local level has not been able to deal with strategically (read general political agreement on cooperation, while the opposite trends are spreading in practice).
Capsules were prepared in a semi-automatic capsulation machine (Ultra 8 II, Capsugel-Divison of Warner Lambert, Greenwood, South Carolina, USA) and the hop extract capsules were controlled for content of 8-prenylnaringenin (8-PN or ([+ or -])-2,3-dihydro-5,7-dihydroxy-2-(4-hydroxyphenyl)-8-(3-methylbut-2-enyl)-4H-benzopyran-4-one) by applying HPLC-MS (in analogy to Rong et al., 2000).
Developments discussed include innovative binder chemistries, novel capsulation techniques, Mg-rich primers based on nanoparticles and the next generation of moisture cure urethanes.
As with many literature reviews the brevity of these chapters requires capsulation of a broad set of themes, but could easily go on for far longer.