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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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Zosteriform palisaded encapsulated neuroma: An unusual presentation.
Figure 2 shows the SEM micrographs of ZIX and ZDEC encapsulated in PMMA.
However, according to one industry insider, it's likely that all fiberglass insulation available to the do-it-yourselfer will be encapsulated within a couple of years.
These include work such as laying cables that might disturb already enclosed or encapsulated areas or replacing tiles or pipes.
According to Zackowitz, "Quality and consistency are the key to successful future widespread application of encapsulated ingredients.
OTCQB:NVLX) is becoming an emerging international biotechnology provider of clinically useful therapeutic live encapsulated cells and services for encapsulating live cells for the research and medical communities.
Essentially, the investigators took a comprehensive approach in characterizing the susceptibility of encapsulated materials in colloidal particles to oxidation processes.
Histologically, schwannomas are encapsulated lesions that are characterized by cellular (Antoni A) and edematous (Antoni B) regions in varying proportions.
Nature's Sunshine Products manufactures and markets through direct sales encapsulated and tableted herbal products, high quality natural vitamins, and other complementary products.
The cord and components are completely encapsulated and cannot be pulled out or loosened, and the flame-retardant PUR provides added protection.
The goal of investigators is to stabilize lactic acid bacteria and formulate new types of foods fortified with encapsulated health-promoting bacteria that are released upon reaching the human gut.
Encapsulated ingredients can facilitate the development of new products, but the materials used to encapsulate ingredients and additives must be able to withstand processing conditions themselves.