microencapsulated


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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 sodium butyrate administered to patients with diverticulosis decreases incidence of diverticulitis--a prospective randomized study.
The release rate of cinnamaldehyde, an active repellent, in the polypropylene was 23 times lower when cinnamaldehyde was microencapsulated.
4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Use of microencapsulated phase change materials (MPCMs) in global building and construction is accelerating, while energy efficiency regulations mount globally.
KEY WORDS: digestive enzyme, gelatin, ethyl cellulose, microencapsulated diet, larvae, Penaeusjaponicus
In this paper, a novel nozzle suitable for preparing microencapsulated particles by RESS without using a sulfurated bed was designed.
In this respect, it is expected that microencapsulated PCMs (PCMMcs) will provide the best solution, as they provide a large heat transfer area.
It comprises ammonium polyphosphate particles microencapsulated within a melamine resin or melamine-based resin and melamine-based particles retained in a base material.
Rohm and Haas has obtained a patent for a coating composition comprised of a microencapsulated biocide comprised of an isothiazolone biocide or antifouling agent as a core material encapsulated in a wall material that is essentially impermeable to xylene and from which water can leach the biocide from the wall material; free isothiazolone biocide or antifouling agent; a film forming polymer or binder; and one or more solvents.
The extract used in Capsimax Plus Blend is microencapsulated using OmniActive's patented OmniBead vegetarian beadletting technology, which delivers functionally effective levels of capsaicinoids while minimizing the oral and gastric irritation that unprotected capsicum can cause (www.
When AIT was microencapsulated in gum acacia and lyophilized, the odorless powder was less effective than AIT (oil) or the NDH mustard flour.
The systems include bars that are pretreated with zinc chromate to improve the adhesion between the epoxy and the reinforcing steel; two epoxies with improved adhesion to the reinforcing steel; one inorganic corrosion inhibitor calcium nitrite; two organic corrosion inhibitors' an epoxy-coated bar with a primer containing microencapsulated calcium nitrite; three epoxy-coated bars with improved adhesion combined with the corrosion inhibitor calcium nitrite; and multiple-coated bars with an initial 50-micrometer (2-mil) coating of 98 percent zinc and 2 percent aluminum, followed by a conventional epoxy coating.
ABSTRACT : This study was designed to develop microencapsulated Korean mistletoe extract, to determine the stability in vitro and to examine its application in milk.