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GJA8

A gene on chromosome 1q21.1 that encodes a calcium and pH-dependent transmembrane connexin protein required for lens growth and maturation of lens-fibre cells. 

Molecular pathology
GJA8 mutations have been linked to zonular pulverulent cataracts, nuclear progressive cataracts, and cataract-microcornea syndrome.

CAE

caprine arthritis-encephalitis.
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Exhibit 4: Top Four Vendors in the Computer-aided Engineering Software Market in Japan 2011
Exhibit 4: Computer-aided Engineering Software Market in India by End-user Segmentation 2011
Convex Computer Corporation, a leading supplier of air-cooled supercomputers worldwide, markets its products primarily to scientific, engineering and technical users for a wide variety of applications in areas such as seismic processing, reservoir simulation, computational chemistry, computer-aided engineering, image processing, aerospace simulation and molecular biology.
It is a vital part of the computer-aided engineering (CAE) process for companies around the world and is deployed in nearly every manufacturing industry.
IQS has built a reputation as a leader in a wide range of engineering management services, including thermal design and modeling, computer-aided engineering and reliability, compliance, safety and thermal testing.
As part of HP Flexible Computing Services, the company is offering another industry first with a complete application utility for computer-aided engineering analysis.
Today, Hannappel SOFTWARE gmbH is a leading software provider for professional computer-aided engineering and computer-aided design for electrical installation engineering.
Vice President, General Manager, and Chief Sales Officer of MSC Software, (NYSE:MNS), a world leader in Mechanical Computer-Aided Engineering (MCAE) software and IT solutions.
In order to further our advantage on the track, computer-aided engineering (CAE) is where we are heading with the Bill Davis Racing program.
Minor weakness in IC Physical Design & Verification and Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) were mostly offset by slight improvement in Semiconductor Intellectual Property and Printed Circuit Board.
Also at the conference, Rick Borns, director of technology, Alcoa Automotive Castings, will present Alcoa's Optimal Design Initiative(TM), where engineers use advanced computer-aided engineering methods, process optimization and high strength alloys to produce a part design that weighs less, while meeting the demanding performance specifications of customers.

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