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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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.
The molecular basis of pathogenicity in Haemophilus influenzae: comparative virulence of genetically-related capsular transformants and correlation with changes at the capsulation locus cap.
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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.
Most of the tumors were firm in consistency & showed partial to complete capsulation.
When asked how she copes with being a working mother, January told People magazine: "I have a great doula [a non-medical person who assists during or after childbirth] who makes sure I'm eating well, with vitamins and teas, and with placenta capsulation.