CPX


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cleft palate, X-linked

A form of claft palate (OMIM:303400) caused by a mutation in the TBX22 gene, which encodes a DNA-binding T-box protein that plays a key role in palatogenesis.
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CPX

Abbreviation for cardiopulmonary exercise test.
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In addition to function and aesthetics, SCCY CPX pistols are designed to be mass-produced.
Subjects underwent a CPX during the second day of assessment.
While predictive methods are widely used to assess V[O.sub.2] peak, the most accurate method of determining V[O.sub.2] peak is the analysis of expired air by a gas analyzer (4,15,17) during a CPX. Studies have shown that V[O.sub.2] peak values are protocol dependent (5,19).
Structurally, the CPX also features BOWTECH's new Trapezoidal I-beam Cross Section.
Like CC-Link, Festo sees the CPX as an enabling technology that helps make realising ambitious automation projects as straightforward and 'designer-friendly' as possible.
New York, NY, July 22, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Global digital media company, CPX Interactive, has announced the addition of industry veteran Jeff Hirsch in the newly minted role of Chief Marketing Officer.
POWRMATIC has launched the CPx range of cabinet heaters.
The heart of the pneumatic solution is a Festo electrical terminal type CPX combined with a valve terminal type VTSA.
He is also a director and chairman of the audit committee of Axcess International Inc and serves on the boards of Digital Lightwave Inc, CPX Interactive Inc and Moonit.com.
V[O.sub.2max] can be evaluated using a cardiopulmonary exercise test (CPX) or field tests (Leger and Lambert, 1982; Singh et al., 1992).