microencapsulate

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mi·cro·en·cap·su·late

 (mī′krō-ĕn-kăp′sə-lāt′)
tr.v. mi·cro·en·cap·su·lat·ed, mi·cro·en·cap·su·lat·ing, mi·cro·en·cap·su·lates
To enclose in microcapsules.

mi′cro·en·cap′su·la′tion n.
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LycoRed has extensive manufacturing, blending, microencapsulating and R&D facilities and capabilities worldwide.
The new system is designed to work by microencapsulating a proprietary activator within a teeth-whitening gel that is capable of generating oxygen-free radicals when the microcapsules come in contact with saliva.
has extensive manufacturing, premixing, microencapsulating and R&D facilities.
Scientists at the University of Manitoba overcame cation interference by microencapsulating LF and maximizing the potential for its contact with pathogenic and spoilage bacteria.
The physico-chemical properties and especially the microencapsulating properties of whey proteins allow us to position these milk constituents as functional compounds in food and pharmaceutical value-added applications.
The method works by microencapsulating the individual flavourings within an invisible and taste-free microfilm of vegetable oil.
Great Lakes will also be gearing up production of PAM (Phosphite/Amorphous) blends made by microencapsulating GE's Ultranox 626 phosphite with Anox 20AM phenolic (equivalent to Irganox 1010).
He and his team are working with a number of groups including scientists at the Norwegian Institute of Technology and the University of Parugia in Italy to test new microencapsulating technologies.
There's a need to introduce new, highly functional GRAS microencapsulating agents into the market place.
The method works by microencapsulating individual flavourings within an invisible taste-free layer of vegetable oil.
Another family of products is EniChem's PAM (phosphite/amorphous) blends, made by microencapsulating GE's Ultranox 626 phosphite with Anox 20AM phenolic (equivalent to Irganox 1010), resulting in a free-flowing pellet that is hydrolytically stable and disperses efficiently.
The second test involved EKOR(TM) Matrix microencapsulating simulated radioactive debris.