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freeze-dry

(frēz′drī′)
tr.v. freeze-dried, freeze-dry·ing, freeze-dries
To preserve (food, for example) by rapid freezing and drying in a high vacuum.

freeze-dried

adj
preserved by rapid freezing and subsequent drying in a vacuum
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.freeze-dried - used of tissue or blood or serum or other biological substances; dried by freezing in a high vacuum
preserved - prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
2.freeze-dried - preserved by freezing and drying in a vacuum; "freeze-dried coffee"
preserved - prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
Translations

freeze-dried

[ˌfriːzˈdraɪd] ADJliofilizado, deshidratado por congelación

freeze-dried

[ˈfriːzˌdraɪd] adjliofilizzato/a

freeze-dried

adj liofilizado
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The 105,000 square foot manufacturing facility will bring research and development, meat processing, freeze drying, and packaging together under one roof, creating nutritious and quality protein ingredients for pet food suppliers.
Attendees can expect to learn details of the nature of the amorphous and crystalline state, how formulations influence the freeze drying of proteins and how you can, through analytical methodology (freeze drying microscopy, thermal analysis) arrive at a freeze drying cycle which should deliver a successful freeze dried end product.
As a member of the international organization LyoHUB, dedicated to industrial pharmaceutical freeze drying, Optima Pharma is partnering with other companies to work on future freeze-drying processes.
On June 7, ASTM International announced a proposed standard that aims to promote a shared understanding of the science and engineering behind pharmaceutical freeze drying. The proposed standard (WK63507), is being developed by ASTM's committee on the manufacture of pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical products (E55).
showed that a considerable saving in FD time and similar quality parameters including color, dimensions, and rehydration ratio were achieved in dried carrot slices which were dried by combining freeze drying with a short microwave treatment and air or vacuum drying [7].
Freeze drying leaves the nutritional integrity, as well as the taste and appearance, of the food completely intact.
In this first stage of the clinical development program, healthy volunteers receive increased doses of autologous freeze-dried plasma their own blood plasma that has been processed using the proprietary lyophilization (freeze drying) and packaging techniques, to assess safety and tolerability.
SP Scientific's LyoModelling Calculator (LMC) is a powerful software utility that allows those developing freeze drying cycles to calculate the time required for primary drying and the maximum product temperature based on user data input.
salivarius after freeze-drying and storage (16), and protects the various strains of lactic acid bacteria during freeze drying (17).
Mil!rock Technology is always looking to provide new innovations to the freeze drying industry.
Finson et al., "Evaluation of tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy for in-process water vapor mass flux measurements during freeze drying," Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol.
Freeze drying is an important preservation technique used to preserve a perishable material or to market the materials more conveniently for transport.