capsulation


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cap·su·late

 (kăp′sə-lāt′, -lĭt, -syo͝o-) also cap·su·lat·ed (-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Enclosed in or formed into a capsule.

cap′su·la′tion n.
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cap·su·la·tion

n. encapsulación, acto de envolver en una cápsula o envoltura.
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Histoplasma capsulation is acquired by inhaling dust particles which contain bird or bat droppings that contain small spores (microconidia), the infectious form of the fungus.
The equipment has a tight structure and simple capsulation [16], which simplifies the supply circuit design significantly and meets the requirements of small size and low cost.
The molecular basis of pathogenicity in Haemophilus influenzae: comparative virulence of genetically-related capsular transformants and correlation with changes at the capsulation locus cap.
(7) Nodular hyperplasia can be defined as a proliferation of mucinous acini with a preserved duct-acini ratio, as seen in a normal gland, without capsulation and with a lobulated or irregular contour.
It takes tens of years and tens of millions of pounds to invest a brand mascot with its unique recipe of brand properties: most so subtle that they defy verbal en- capsulation. Then along come the new boys, driven more by vanity than professionalism, who condemn this priceless heirloom to a landfill.
Androlirc can use the LIRC library as a data encapsulation or data capsulation. Across the marketplace, you can find many infrared coding types, such as the RC-5 and RC-6 protocols.
Similar to dendrimers, the polymers have many functional groups and internal voids, so they are considered appropriate carriers of various medical molecules such as cancer treatment medicine, including cisplatin, through physical (capsulation) or chemical (coupling) methods.
Supply of fodders press, refrigeration unit, crushing unit, boiler and fodders capsulation & packaging unit.
(8) The genera Citrobacter, Hafnia, Serratia, and Klebsiella were ruled out due to several characteristics of the organism, including motility, lack of capsulation, gelatin hydrolysis, and production of lipase, urease, and deoxyribonuclease.