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CXCR7

A gene on chromosome 2q37.3 that encodes a member of the G protein-coupled receptor family which is a receptor for CXCL12/SDF1 and a coreceptor with CXCR4 for some HIV isolates.
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The RDC-1 durometer calibrator was designed to help durometer users obtain in-house calibration ability.
The innovative imaging solutions are a perfect match for a wide variety of professional and consumer applicationted digital electronics camera with the RDC-1.
Ricoh was the first manufacturer to design and market a consumer-targeted digital electronics camera with the RDC-1.
Built on the same technology as Ricoh's award-winning RDC-1 digital camera, the RDC-2 offers full multimedia capabilities; it can record and play back still images, continuous motion scenes and sound.
s RDC-1 digital camera received BYTE's Best of COMDEX/Fall `95 Award in a ceremony held at the COMDEX exposition last week.
The RDC-1, which is the world's first camera capable of recording and playing back still images, full-motion video and audio, was selected by editors of BYTE magazine as the best input device from among an estimated 7000 products making their debut at COMDEX.
The Ricoh RDC-1 represents a technological milestone in the photographic and computer industries," said Joseph Bollentini, senior vice president of Ricoh's Consumer Products Group.
Designed for multimedia applications in business and government, the RDC-1 can record a maximum of 492 still images, four motion scenes with sound (five seconds each) or about one hour and 40 minutes of sound on a 24 Megabyte (MB) PC Card (formerly known as PCMCIA cards).
13, 1995--Ricoh Consumer Products Group (Sparks, NV) demonstrated the RDC-1 digital camera at COMDEX '95.
The world's first multimedia offering capable of recording and playing back still images plus full-motion scenes with sound, the pocket-sized RDC-1 camera will begin selling in the United States in Spring 1996 for a suggested list price of $1,800.
Designed for multimedia applications in business and government, the RDC-1 stores data on industry-standard PC memory cards (formerly known as PCMCIA cards) that can be read by computers.
And with its high capacity storage and pushbutton playback capabilities, the RDC-1 also serves as the industry's most portable presentation system.