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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.
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.
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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