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- abbreviation mathematics
differentialwith respect to the variablex; also written Dx and dx.
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CDC-qualified laboratories that previously purchased the 7500 Fast Real-Time PCR System should contact their Applied Biosystems representative for information on how to purchase a 'Dx' upgrade to the 7500 Fast Dx Real-Time PCR Instrument for use with the new CDC flu assay.
Other Dx can be somewhat subjective, such as depression.
Dan Dx: Unfortunately I have already bought “French or Foe.”
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The uncertainty Dx, or noncommutative uncertainty principle is an entropy determined result with
Today many of the newer targeted cancer drugs—Avastin, Tarceva, Erbitux—are administered after genetic testing, while other FDA-approved diagnostic tests, such as Oncotype Dx, look at the expression of a few dozen genes to instruct whether breast cancer patients will benefit from tamoxifen.
The $1,000 Genome Kevin Davies 2010
So these results illustrate how the resolution of the size of a string near the event horizon Dx is conjugate to an entropy difference.
Meanwhile, the WPI has licensed the test it used to detect XMRV to a lab in Reno called Viral Immune Pathology Diagnostics (VIP Dx), charging $450 a time.
The trouble with ME 2010
This is related to the size of the transverse modes of a string on the stretched horizon Dx Dx is the use of capital D to mean the Greek letter capital Delta, which is the probe size one measures a quanta of energy
• ERoentgen Radiology Dx helps radiologists identify the most appropriate radiology exam for a patient by searching a large database of signs, symptoms and diagnoses to help them make quick assessments.
E_Dx ~ hbar c/Dx, hbar = quantum unit of action or angular momentum.