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- v. dry by bringing into the form of a spray, through contact with a hot gas
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Pfizer paid Nektar Therapeutics, from which it licensed the drug, about 15% of sales, and also paid Nektar to make the device and spray-dry the powder.
In order to capture and protect the delicate nutrients and enzymes in freshly harvested young barley grass, he developed a unique extraction and spray-dry process that earned him Japans prestige Science and Technology Award.
An intermediate or semi-dry system is referred to as a spray-dry system.