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Synonyms for encapsulate

enclose in a capsule or other small container

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Also as expected, the SIP stock is a "medium" encapsulator (33% encapsulated), while KOS is a poor encapsulator (only 10% encapsulated).
V-blender and Bosch encapsulator have positioned us well for large-scale Phase II clinical trial manufacturing," stated Jeff Bibbs, chief executive officer and chief scientific officer of Pharmatek.
In the field of mobile TV, the Institute presents a DVB-H server solution that comprises thoroughly synchronized components for the complete transmission system including optimized video and audio coding schemes, the MPE encapsulator and modulator.
Under the contract, the company will be responsible for delivering products like the SuperFlex Pro Data Receiver and the IP Encapsulator 4000 (IPE-4000).
VeriSym SE is an affordable high-performance optical inspection system designed to verify softgels continuously in-line after a single encapsulator or off-line in a batch mode.
SGTI has been designated as the exclusive soft gelatin encapsulator of Wasabia japonica for Clearwater Wasabi, Inc.
GigaQAM[R] 3000: an edgeQAM, multiplexer and DOCSIS Encapsulator
Flooding can result in a highly aerated (low-density) powder from a feed system to a tablet press or encapsulator, which may adversely affect the tablet or capsule properties or become a further source of segregation (2).
If drying is required, the Processall encapsulator can be equipped to quickly dry at low temperatures.
Development and Commercial capabilities include Milling, Blending, Compression and Film Coating (coming in 2017), Spray granulation, Rotary granulation, Particle/bead coating and Encapsulation using commercial MG2 encapsulators each offering capacity of 125mm doses.
Several examples of natural and engineered food encapsulators have been described [51].
These brilliant properties make them attractive and promising for various technological applications such as microelectronics, aerospace as electrical encapsulators, aircraft interiors, high temperature adhesives (5-10), printed circuit boards (11), photochromics (12), and dielectric coatings (13).
Amarin Corporation plc (Nasdaq:AMRN), Mystic, Conn, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company with a focus on cardiovascular disease, has announced the expansion of its capability to supply AMR101 through the addition of two active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) suppliers and two encapsulators.