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A gene on chromosome 9q32-q34 that encodes an extracellular matrix protein with a spatially and temporally restricted tissue distribution. It plays a role in guiding migrating neurons, as well as axons, during development, synaptic plasticity, and neuronal regeneration.
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The PCIe-1744 has four BNC connectors for analog input and a 1 x PS/2 connector for an external clock and trigger.
The dielectric is surrounded by the shield's foil layer and can be very easily removed for BNC connectors, minimising possible conductor-to-shield shorts.
Six BNC connectors provide alternate connections for the four analogue inputs, external pacer clock and external digital trigger input.
Leakage resistances of all BPO connectors, the few BNC connectors, and all coaxial cables are greater than [10.sup.14] [ohm].
This series of attenuators covers a frequency range of DC to 3000 MHz, depending on the model, and are available with SMA, N or BNC connectors. All models are equipped with mounting holes for panel installation and can be furnished with bench top brackets or mounted into rack mount front panels.
The most basic connectivity is screw terminals, but other options include thermocouple jacks, BNC connectors, banana plugs, and LEMO connectors.
Relay logic is configurable from the front panel, as well as access to dynamic vibration signals via BNC connectors.
Relay logic is configurable from the front panel as well as access to dynamic vibration signals via BNC connectors.
They tell us the electrodes in this series are easily maintained cartridge-type ones with quick-disconnect BNC connectors. Installation and removal takes a few seconds and no tools are required.
Y/R-Y/B-Y component signal input and output through BNC connectors and a 12-pin DUB connector take full advantage of the Betacam SP format.