CGE

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CGECanadian General Electric (now General Electric Canada)
CGEComputable General Equilibrium
CGEComputer Games in Education (software initiative)
CGEConference des Grandes Ecoles (French)
CGECentre for Global Education (various locations)
CGECanadian Government Executive (trade magazine)
CGEConfederación General Económica (Spanish: General Economic Confederation; Argentina)
CGECluster Geographic Edition
CGEClassic Gaming Expo
CGECompagnie Générale des Eaux
CGEClassic Gaming Expo (game)
CGECarrier Grade Edition (COTS Linux platform)
CGECapillary Gel Electrophoresis
CGECentro de Gerenciamento de Emergências (Brasil)
CGEComputational General Equilibrium
CGEClosed Growing Environment (horticulture)
CGEChrétiens en Grande École (French: Christian High School)
CGECommon Graphics Environment
CGECincinnati Gas & Electric
CGEConservative Group for Europe (UK)
CGECentris Group, Inc. (stock symbol)
CGEChief Geotechnical Engineer
CGECertified Gold Exchange, Inc
CGECentre Généalogique de l'Essonne (French: Essonne Genealogical Center; Essonne, France)
CGECopper Gigabit Ethernet
CGECentre Generation Emploi (French: Center for Employment Generation; Canada)
CGEChurch of God, the Eternal
CGECommon Ground Equipment
CGEContractor General Electric (electronic tubes made by General-Electric for US Army)
CGEChicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad Company (old stock symbol - now delisted)
CGEComplementary Graph Entropy
CGECentral Gaming Empire
CGECertified General Ethicist (certification)
CGECristallographie et Grands Équipements (French: Crystallography and Great Facilities)
References in periodicals archive ?
High sensitivity of laser-induced fluorescence detection in capillary gel electrophoresis for accurate apolipoprotein E genotyping.
Capillary gel electrophoresis (CGE) is very closely related to slab gel electrophoresis and is used for size-based separations.
The different modes of capillary electrophoresis include capillary zone electrophoresis (CZE), capillary gel electrophoresis (CGE), micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography (MECC), isoelectric focussing and isotachophoresis (ITP).
Karger successfully separated polynucleotides with a technique known as capillary gel electrophoresis (CGE).
The ligase detection reaction products were resolved from unligated primers in <120 s, ~17 times faster than capillary gel electrophoresis, with only a slight decrease in resolution.