dex


Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

dex

(dĕks)
n. Slang
Dextroamphetamine.
References in periodicals archive ?
DEX will provide a platform for both retail and institutional grade investors to invest through a fully regulated exchange into crypto assets in a highly regulated financial ecosystem.
To learn more about Catchpoint's DEX Sonar and other SaaS Monitoring solutions, visit www.catchpoint.com/dex-sonar.
DEX embodies first in class operational capabilities, regulatory mechanisms and is positioned to be a leading regulated Crypto Asset Exchange attracting both local and global institutional investment into crypto assets.
Regarding Binance DEX, Binance team used Infinito provider, a bridge that enables communication between DApp and wallet SDK through callback functions, to integrate their well-known exchange into the Infinito App Square.
This will allow users to perform different tasks on their phone/tablet and their main DeX screen.
The electrochemical syntheses of PmPD/SMZ and PmPD films were performed directly on the unmodified (PmPD and PmPD/SMZ) as well as on the dextran-modified (PmPD(Dex) and PmPD/SMZ(Dex)) QCM sensor surfaces.
Two moderators (GM and LT) selected 15 panellists based on their experience in the use of DEX for management of sedation and delirium in critically ill patients.
Entercom/Chattanooga SVP/Programming Justin Cole said,"Dex has impacted the careers of countless country artists over the years and there has been an outpouring of support from artists and listeners.
Intravitreal dexamethasone (DEX) implant has been introduced as a new therapy strategy in PCME in recent years [16-22].
Dexmedetomidine (DEX), a highly selective alpha-2 agonist with sedative and analgesic properties, is well-known not only for its ability to preserve respiratory function but also for its anti-inflammatory effect that has been described in various studies including the experimental lung injury model [12] and clinical studies conducted in cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass [13] and laparoscopic surgery [14].