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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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Control cells received additions of solvents or microencapsulating substances (DMSO, olive oil, or cyclodextrin) as singular ingredients.
has extensive manufacturing, premixing, microencapsulating and R&D facilities.
Its portfolio includes a range of analog products, electronic pressure indicators, optical imaging systems and microencapsulating paints.
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).
There's a need to introduce new, highly functional GRAS microencapsulating agents into the market place.