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encapsulate

[en′kap·sə‚lāt]
(science and technology)
To surround, encase, or enclose as if in a capsule; for example, the formation of a protective coating around a bacterium, or the enclosure of an item such as an electronic component in plastic.

encapsulate

To enclose, wrap or contain. Numerous electronic formats, including graphics, audio, video and especially network packets, are containers for the data. The actual data reside within the header and footer data of the container and are said to be "encapsulated" within the format. At the receiving end, the data are extracted ("decapsulated") for playback.
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5] MPa was reached after about 165 seconds at 120[degrees]C, while the encapsulated system required a time of 300 sec.
This sphingosome encapsulated technology was discovered at the University of British Columbia and subsequently developed by Inex Pharmaceuticals Corporation.
Sphingosome encapsulated vinorelbine, for which a US Investigational New Drug (IND) application and Canadian Clinical Trials Application (CTA) have been accepted, is planned to enter clinical trials in 2006.
Upon accepting the encapsulated vehicle, Paul Achille, deputy program executive manager, PEO/CU PMA-258B for the U.
The membrane protects the cells within the membrane from the body's immune system allows nutrients and oxygen to pass through to the cells and permits the desired therapeutic molecules to pass through to the body, These encapsulated cells can be surgically implanted at the site in the body where they are needed and can be retrieved, if desired or necessary.
18, 1992, barring the importation and sale of any plastic encapsulated integrated circuit or board-level product that infringes Texas Instruments Inc.
NASDAQ:NATR), a leading manufacturer and marketer of encapsulated herbs and vitamins, will make a presentation at the Adams Harkness' Annual Summer Seminar on Tuesday August 2, 2005, at 10:00 AM E.
CytoTherapeutics is developing encapsulated cell products to treat a variety of chronic and disabling diseases.
com), a leader in encapsulated islet replacement and pancreatic adult stem cells, will present results from its Adult Stem Cell Regenerated Islet Program at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the International Society of Stem Cell Research, taking place in San Francisco, June 23-25, 2005 (http://www.
The system, which is based on membrane encapsulated living cells, should allow for the rapid and early evaluation of biopharmaceutical products in laboratory animals.
Third graph, second sentence should read: At present, the HL7 XML framework is encapsulated in the X12 EDI 275.