CEX


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CEX

Abbreviation for:
clinical evaluation exercise (Medspeak-UK)

CEX

clinical evaluation exercise (an educational tool to assess a student's competence and knowledge).
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The calcium groups on CHT can bind to the carboxyl groups on biomolecules via a CEX interaction, and the phosphate groups on CHT can bind to the amino groups on biomolecules via affinity interactions.
CEX was founded in 1992 and has stores in 11 countries.
6 mm, 5 um) column was used to determine concentration of CEX in samples after the experiment at 254nm using mobile phase acetonitrile and in (25:75 v/v) ratio.
This section describes the CEX and presents cross-sectional facts about income and expenditure distributions from the CEX data.
For the latter, make providing phenomenal CEX one of your main ethical obligations --not because it will help you sell more (even though it will), but because it's the right thing to do.
As mentioned earlier, the CEX is not a good source of data on durable goods consumption.
What CEX does Is create efficiency, transparency and access to capital in a marketplace which has none of these features".
In the first set of analyses using the CEX data, the risk aversion coefficient for stockholders is estimated to be around 10 to 20.
Unfortunately, there are few studies that have evaluated the relative accuracy of the individual components of the PCE and the CEX or the completeness of reporting in the CEX.
In Section IV, however, I appeal to a theoretical model and to some cross-sectional evidence from the 1972-73 CEX survey to make it palatable.
Although this portfolio data does not contain explicit amounts of expenditures, it complemented the CEX by allowing the researchers to accurately measure net withdrawals from portfolios.
Ethereum is a unique and one of the most promising projects within blockchain industry," Oleksandr Lutskevych, CEO and Co-Founder of CEX.