SETX

SETX

A gene on chromosome 9q34 that encodes a protein homolous to fungal Sen1p protein which has RNA helicase activity, and which is thought to be involved in RNA and DNA processing and repairing breaks in double-stranded DNA caused by oxidative damage.

Molecular pathology
SETX mutations have been linked to ataxia-ocular apraxia-2 (AOA2) and an autosomal dominant form of juvenile amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS4).
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The security of all transactions, and an EMR (Electronic Medical Records) system containing patient medical records, is provided for by the CitX proprietary SETX (Secure Electronic Transaction Exchange) system, which conceals the identity of the patient as information is transmitted across public and private networks between authorized parties.
CitX has developed a unique transaction transport technology called SETX to provide the end-to-end security, scalable processing capability of Electronic Commerce transactions.
IntraEuroX features a new enhanced version of the CitX SETX system that enables secure international transactions across the Internet, while protecting the personal financial information and anonymity of its users.
The insurance program is based on the CitX network-centric technology that runs via the Internet, using the CitX Intrapay E Commerce Platform and CitX secure electronic transaction exchange system called SETX.
Any business that has a computer with Internet access and a web browser can utilize the SETX system to collect credit card or EFT payments for less then the price of a US postage stamp.
Security is achieved using the proprietary SETX (Secure Electronic Transaction Exchange) transport system for internet-based transactions.