NKX2-6

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NKX2-6

A gene on chromosome 8p21.2 that encodes a homeobox transcription factor which may interact with NKX2-5, possibly playing a role in the embryonic development of pharyngeal and cardiac structures.
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The Model CSX2 is a two-electrode sensor that measures electrolytic conductivity at a range of 1.
Engineers in search of a rugged conductivity sensor for high pressure, high temperature environments will find that the new CSX2 conductivity sensor from Electro-Chemical Devices (ECD) offers maximum reliability and a dramatically increased usable lifetime for harsh industrial processes.
The model CSX2 features rugged construction with a 316 stainless steel outer body and center electrode, separated by a Peek (poly ether ether ketone) internal insulator.
With its rugged design and superior accuracy, the CSX2 provides highly accurate and reliable conductivity measurement in a wide range of demanding industrial process plant applications.
The CSX2 features a weather-resistant aluminum junction box that allows easy access to the terminal strip or the signal conditioner.