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A gene on chromosome 5q35.3 that encodes a tyrosine kinase receptor for vascular endothelial growth factors (VEGF) C and D, which appear to play a role in lymphangiogenesis and maintenance of the lymphatic endothelium.

Molecular pathology
FLT4 mutations cause hereditary lymphedema type IA.


1. Plasma cell leukemia.
2. Posterior cruciate ligament, see there.
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The HP Jornada 680 Handheld PC ships with a rich suite of useful applications that allow users to manage their financial information(2), view files or e-mail attachments in 35 file formats, manage their GSM phone book(3), send and receive faxes, do mathematical conversions, handle and annotate images, and print to printers that use the standard Printer Control Language (PCL).
Printing via the infrared or serial ports -- Printing to Hewlett Packard printer control language compatible
The new printers, which use HP PCL 3 printer control language, can be shared among several users by attaching them to networks using HP JetDirect external print servers.
The IPS/2000 family of print products includes industry leading software emulations of Hewlett-Packard's Printer Control Language (PCL 6, 5E and 5C) for high-quality, high-speed printing of text-intensive business documents and PostScript Level 2 for printing complex documents with integrated text, business graphics and scanned (digitized) images.
The 12 ppm HP LaserJet 5 printer with Printer Control Language (PCL) 6 offers fast return to application and quick output of complex graphics.
today announced Jprinter(TM), a WYSIWYG PostScript and HP Printer Control Language (PCL) network printing system for Java.