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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.
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MENA firms are in a global arms race to find talented people who are certified in using the latest computer-aided engineering technology.
CAE (computer-aided engineering) was used, along with various flow simulation software, to determine the size of the backspill cavity, discreetly position the gas pin, and avoid a hole at the gating location.
EADS Matra Datavision, based at the University of Warwick Science Park, will provide a computer-aided engineering (CAE) system for Birmingham- based firm Modular Automation.
By expanding application of computer-aided engineering (CAE) and systems analysis to include even the conceptual and preliminary design processes, the overall robustness of a given design can be improved.
Both companies offer computer-aided engineering and design tools for the production of printed circuit boards but, while Cadence's strength is in high-end PCBs, OrCAD concentrates on the shrink- wrap segment of the PCB market.
Topics include automatic control principles, computer-aided engineering, materials handling, packaging and storing, quality control and management, robots, and safety engineering, as well as numerous related applications.
However, the Viper project afforded an opportunity to try out new computer-aided engineering (CAE) software that may help solve or prevent such problems in the future.
The DALibrary, a CD-ROM-based reference for design automation, computer-aided design and computer-aided engineering, will be released this month.
The number of users of mechanical computer-aided engineering (CAE) products in the US is expected to total over 48,000 by 1989, but the number of installed workstations will grow at a slower rate, according to the International Data Crop (IDC), Framingham, M.A.
[USPRwire, Wed Jun 17 2015] The global engineering software market defines the use of different software such as computer-aided designing (CAD) software, computer-aided engineering (CAE) software, computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software, electronic design automation (EDA) software, and architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) software.
John Goff, of G&A Moulding Technology, writes for BP&R on the importance of utilising Computer-Aided Engineering flow analysis for part design, troubleshooting and material selection.

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