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microencapsulated

adjective Surrounded by a thin layer of biodegradable substance (e.g., a microsphere), as a means of protecting a drug or vaccine antigen from rapid breakdown—especially in gastric juices—or of enhancing antigenic absorption and immune response thereto.

microencapsulated

Therapeutics adjective Surrounded by a thin layer of biodegradable substance–eg, a microsphere, as a means of protecting a drug or vaccine antigen from rapid breakdown, or of enhancing antigenic absorption and immune response thereto
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Microencapsulated phase change materials (PCM) are used for thermal regulation in building and construction, mattresses and pillows, textiles, electronics, and packaging applications.
The release rate of cinnamaldehyde, an active repellent, in the polypropylene was 23 times lower when cinnamaldehyde was microencapsulated.
INESFLY EM HOUSE FLOOR CLEANER is a floor cleaner that contains microencapsulated active ingredients for the control of crawling insects (cockroaches, ants, fleas) on surfaces where the product is applied.
2005) microencapsulated cardamom oleoresin by spray drying in arabic gum, maltodextrin and modified starch, the results showing an increase in the oleoresin protection.
Another field experiment using blown fiberglass and microencapsulated PCM installed on the attic floor was completed by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in order to investigate the potential of this new material for retrofit projects (Kosny 2010).
As the authors write, "Healing is accomplished by the release and transport of a microencapsulated conductive material to the site of damage.
Under the deal, PCT will provide contract manufacturing and regulatory services related to the development of Islet Sciences - PTM product, an injectable suspension of microencapsulated insulin-producing, pancreatic islet cells which are harvested from designated pathogen free pigs.
Enteric-coated tablets, sustained-release or extended release coated capsules or tablets, sublingual and buccal tablets, and microencapsulated products should never be opened or crushed for administering through a feeding tube (3).
ABSTRACT Diets microencapsulated with gelatin and ethyl cellulose for larval shrimp Penaeusjaponicus were produced using a fluidized bed coating process.
The new Insta-Dri French Manicure is described as an easy-to-apply, fast-drying system, and new VitaSurge multiactive gels release microencapsulated vitamins upon contact to provide lasting nourishment and protection.
In collaboration with leading ingredients suppliers and using its natural, easy-to-use and stable technology solution--wowCAPS technology--GAT Food Essentials offers a broad range of microencapsulated sensitive active ingredients.
Researchers in France looked at the effect of a feed supplement (XTract 6965, which is a microencapsulated mixture of eugenol and cinnamaldehyde) on dairy goat performance.