Cage


Cage

Cage may refer to:

Fiction

* "Cage (film)", a 1989 film starring Lou Ferrigno
* , an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"
* John Cage (character), a fictional character in the television show "Ally McBeal"
* Johnny Cage, a fictional character from the Mortal Kombat series of video games
* Luke Cage, a fictional character portrayed in Marvel Comics
* Xander Cage, the protagtonist in the film "xXx", starring Vin Diesel.
* Cage Midwell, the protagonist of the video game .

Music

* John Cage, a very influential American composer
* Cage (band), an American heavy metal band
* "Cage" (song), a single the Japanese rock band Dir en grey
* "La Cage" (song), the 1969 debut single by Jean-Michel Jarre
* Cage (hip hop artist), Chris Palko, an American hip hop artist
* Byron Cage, an African-American gospel recording artist

People

* Jason "Christian Cage" Reso, a Canadian-American professional wrestler
* David Cage, the founder of videogame development studio Quantic Dream
* John Cage, an experimental composer, famed for his piece "4′33″"
* Matt Cage, an American professional wrestler
* Michael Cage, a former NBA basketball player
* Nicolas Cage, American actor
* Shá Cage, a professional actor, playwright, poet and producer originally from Natchez, Mississippi
* Steven Cage, a member of the Conservative Party of Canada
* Stuart Cage, an English golfer

Miscellaneous

* Acronym for Commercial and Government Entity
* Batting cage, an enclosed cage for baseball players to practice the skill of batting
* Bottle cage, a bicycle accessory used to affix a water bottle to a bike
* Cage (BDSM), an enclosure used to confine a submissive in BDSM
* Cage (enclosure), an enclosure made of mesh, bars or wires, used to confine, contain or protect something
* Cage (graph theory), a regular graph in graph theory with the fewest vertices for a given girth and degree
* CAGE questionnaire, a screening tool for determining alcoholism.
* Cap analysis gene expression, a molecular biology technique for identifying mRNA transcription start sites and quantifying their expression levels
* Casino cage, the location where chips are exchanged to or from cash in a casino
* Faraday cage, an enclosure formed by conducting material
* Human rib cage, a part of the human skeleton within the thoracic area
* Iron cage, a concept introduced by Max Weber
* Roll cage, a specially constructed frame built in or around the cab of a vehicle to protect the occupants from being injured in an accident
* Shark proof cage, a cage in which a SCUBA diver enters to examine sharks better and more safely

High throughput genomics techniques

* CAGE: http://www.pnas.org/cgi/content/full/100/26/15776 (CAGE article in PNAS), cap analysis gene expression (CAGE). CAGE allows high-throughout gene expression analysis and the profiling of transcriptional start points (TSP), including promoter usage analysis.


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