SOX

Sound Exchange

sox

(1) SoxR: Redox sensory protein in E. coli . (2) SOX syndrome: Sialadenitis, osteoarthritis and xerostomia syndrome. (3) Sox genes: Gene family involved in many developmental processes. Sox -2 regulates transcription of FGF-4 gene, sox -3 is involved in neural tube closure and lens specification, sox -9 is related to sry and found in mouse testis, sox -10 is important in neural crest development. ...

SOX

Note: this picture is obsolete, following S+C/AUH`s recalculation of their series in 2005/06. Ed Poor`s own chart of Troposphere temp data ...
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SoX

Sound eXchange, abbreviated SoX, is a free cross-platform digital audio editor, licensed under the GNU General Public License, and distributed by Chris Bagwell through SourceForge.net. SoX is written in standard C, and has a command-line interface. ==History== SoX was created in July 1991 by Lance Norskog and posted to the Usenet group alt.sources...
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SOX

[operating system] SOX was a name of a UNIX clone developed from scratch in Brazil in late 1980s by Computadores e Sistemas Brasileiros SA (now Cobra Tecnologia), under the leadership of Ivan da Costa Marques. Certified as UNIX-compatible by X/Open (through Unisoft) in early 1989, SOX was one of the first re-implementation of UNIX fully ind...
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Sox

acronym: Oxides of sulfur
Found on http://cdiac.ornl.gov/pns/acronyms.html#S
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