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en·sheathe

 (ĕn-shēth′)
tr.v. en·sheathed, en·sheath·ing, en·sheathes
To cover or enclose with or as with a sheathe.

en•sheathe

(ɛnˈʃið)

also en•sheath

(-ˈʃiθ)

v.t.
to enclose in or as if in a sheath; sheathe.
[1585–95]
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That is done either by ensheathing the penis by a rubber condom commonly known as French Leather or by covering the entrance to the uterus by means of a tampon or a cap commonly known as Dutch cap or a diaphragm or by introducing a sperm killing medicine into the vagina before the sexual intercourse.
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Notable cell techniques include olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs)--or Schwann cells--shown to aid in nerve cell regeneration after SCI.
Scientists removed one of his olfactory bulbs, where the sense of smell resides, and transplanted his own olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) and olfactory nerve fibroblasts (ONFs) into the damaged area.
The procedure involved transplanting olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs) from the nose to the spinal cord.
To view the photo gallery, click here The technique, described as a breakthrough by a study in the journal Cell Transplantation , involved transplanting what are known as olfactory ensheathing cells into the patient's spinal cord and constructing a "nerve bridge" between two stumps of the damaged spinal column.
The technique, described as a breakthrough by a study in the journal Cell Transplantation, involved transplanting what are known as olfactory ensheathing cells into the patient's spinal cord and constructing a "nerve bridge" between two stumps of the damaged spinal column.
Differential attachment, chemicals and trypsinization to purify olfactory ensheathing cells: Comparison with differential attachment or chemicals alone.
Plants in the clade Araceae possess a characteristic inflorescence consisting of a vase-like, ensheathing modified leaf or spathe that surrounds a slender finger-like spadix.