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to break up into tiny particles

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form into grains

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become granular

form granulating tissue

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Although the general principles of granulation technology have remained unchanged for several decades, the emergence of several process modifications seem to be gaining popularity among the pharmaceutical industry.
We believe that, in the end, these are the same granulations that have long since been pointed out by observers, under the name of "lucules" and "pores" and that with the new method they can better be distinguished" [17].
projects in the field of granulation and tableting in close cooperation with the director of this department, Prof.
it can be observed density variations for different granulation for crude and sintered at 1100[degrees]C pieces used for tests.
Two theories have been proffered to explain nontraumatic defects in the tegmen of the temporal bone: the congenital defect theory (7) and the arachnoid granulation theory (3,9,10):
The following case study demonstrates how a PPG starch, Starch 1500 from Colorcon, outperformed a polymer [1] and super disintegrant [2] in a high shear wet granulation application with an estimated cost saving of 60%.
Pacchionian granulations are reported more frequently among adults, but earlier stages of hypertrophic arachnoid villi can be present as early as 18 months of age.
Jake Smeltzer will serve as Product Manager for Nutri Granulations under HORN's Nutraceutical Division.
For example, if the API can be converted from one morphic form to another then it will need to be monitored at key steps including milling, granulation and compression.
A biopsy of the granulation tissue in the left ear was sent for histopathology and microbiology.
Horn Company, La Mirada, CA, has combined its Nutrition and Nutri Granulations groups into a single business unit to be known as the Nutraceutical Division.
Huber offers a number of processing capabilities and services, including fluid bed granulation, blending, custom granulations, triturations and contract manufacturing.
Nutri Granulations (NG) uses state-of-the-art technology to convert raw materials into tablet-able forms for vitamin, supplement and food manufacturers.
Vector has multiple processing systems for the manufacturing of specific types of granulations.