BX, Bx, and similar may refer to:
Terumasa Ishihara (石原 輝政, Ishihara Terumasa, born July 15, 1980 in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan) better known by his ring name BxB Hulk (BxBハルク, BxB Haruku, pronounced "B B Hulk"), is a Japanese professional wrestler, currently working for Dragon Gate.
In computer science, the Bx tree is a query and update efficient B+ tree-based index structure for moving objects.
BX Brussels is a Belgian association football club based in Brussels. It currently plays its first-team games at the Communal Stadium in Jette.
Based on submission by Monika Frey to the MaizeGDB and the Maize Genetics Cooperation Newsletter.
BX442 (Q2343-BX442) is a grand design spiral galaxy of type Sc. It has a companion dwarf galaxy. It is the most distant known grand design spiral galaxy in the universe, with a redshift of z=2.1765 ± 0.0001. Although commonly referred to as the oldest known grand design spiral galaxy in the universe, it is more accurately the earliest such galaxy known to exist in the universe, with a lookback time (the difference between the age of the universe now and the age of the universe at the time light left the galaxy) of 10.7 billion years in the concordance cosmology.
Bithoraxoid (bxd) is a long non-coding RNA found in Drosophila. It silences the expression of the Ultrabithorax (Ubx) gene by transcriptional interference.
The BX sternwheeler was the first of two river steamers built for service on the upper Fraser River by the BC Express Company during the busy era of Grand Trunk Pacific Railway construction.
BXI is a collaborative EP by the Japanese band Boris and The Cult lead vocalist Ian Astbury. The EP was released in September 2010 in CD, black, blue and pink vinyl, and digital formats through Southern Lord Records.
BX Circini is a star in the constellation Circinus. Its variability was discovered in 1995, with its apparent magnitude ranging from 12.57 to 12.62 over a period of 2 hours 33 minutes.