DRX


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AcronymDefinition
DRXDynamic Range Extension
DRXDvd Rewritable
DRXX-Ray Diffraction
DRXDiscontinuous Reception
DRXDiffractométrie de Rayons X (French: X-Ray Diffractometry)
DRXDigital Receiver
DRXDrug Expert (pharmacist)
DRXDiscontinuously Reinforced Metal
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The company established a reputation for innovation with its wireless DRX detectors that have dramatically improved radiology workflows.
The regime marked by the limiting conditions for these processes is defined as "safe" for processing, and in this regime the processes of dynamic recovery (lower temperatures and strain rates) and DRX (higher temperatures and strain rates) occur.
In the 0.4 reduction specimen (Figure 1(b)), parent grains were elongated with some fine DRX grains formed alongside.
dRx Capital is a joint venture investment company launched by Qualcomm and Novartis.
The DRX Core portfolio includes wireless gadolinium (GOS) and cesium (CsI) scintillators in 35 x 43 cm and 43 x 43 cm sizesas well as fixed 43 x 43 cm detectors with both scintillators.
"DRX is an investment tool, it ties together the investment side and the geology side," said Dasys.
The new funding came from Lux Ventures IV LP, a USD350m fund targeting early-stage science and technology ventures, and the newly-formed dRx Capital, a joint venture between Qualcomm (NasdaqGS:QCOM) and Novartis (NYSE:NVS) focused on digital medicine products, services and business models.
Con el fin de buscar correlaciones entre los pigmentos arqueologicos y los tiestos de ceramica pintada del sitio Puerto La Tuna se analizan las muestras por DRX, FRX y EMT.
DRX -- a Los Angeles-based company originally known as DestinationRx -- has been a major player in the Medicare plan shopping system market.
Citigroup has increased the target price of Drax Group (LSE: DRX), a United Kingdom-based electrical power generation company.