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encapsulate

To remediate hazardous waste by surrounding it,such as spraying a special coating on asbestos.

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Palisaded Encapsulated Neuroma (PEN): An often misdiagnosed neural tumor.
The cells remained fully encapsulated for up to 150 days, the longest period tested.
Subsequently, the encapsulated accelerator was added, and the compound was mixed for another minute at 3,500 rpm.
When encapsulated in a simple steel tube, the lead is protected from the cupola atmosphere until the tube melts.
Owens-Corning's Miraflex insulation is not only encapsulated, but it has a completely new type of glass fiber that's springy, flexible and soft.
Anytime you touch asbestos and disturb it with a renovation or demolition it has to be removed, encapsulated or enclosed said Leitner.
A quarter century of product and process development by the researchers and producers of encapsulated chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and food products--together with the encapsulation technology transfer from pharmaceuticals to "nutraceuticals" (also called "medical foods" of nutritionally controlled foods)--has now gained technical credibility with the commercial introduction of McDonald's McLean Deluxe [TM] hamburger.
The intellectual property assets and patent ownership benefits just acquired specifically cover use of encapsulated cells to produce antibody and antibody-like molecules for therapeutic purposes.
The oxidative stability of encapsulated products is a critical parameter for many end products ranging from food to pharmaceutical to cosmetic industries.
Vertellus has developed NiaPro encapsulated niacin, an encapsulated feed-additive form of niacin.
In collaboration with the Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) and the Cancer Institute of the Japan Foundation for Cancer Research (JFCR), NEC has encapsulated cisplatin, a kind of antitmor agent, into carbon nanohorns.
Schwannomas are benign, encapsulated, submucosal, neural sheath tumors derived from Schwann's cells.