Human Cloning

[Sundance Review] “You Won’t Be Alone” is a sensory examination of humanity through witchy folk horror

Australian-Macedonian screenwriter/director Goran Stolevsky weaves an intricate emotional tapestry of humanity into its period folk tale that wields horror as a vehicle. You won’t be alone reframes life and its stages through the lens of a witch, creating a sensory experience that is shrewd, languorous meditation with an aid of …

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Facebook patents reveal how it plans to profit from the metaverse

According to an analysis of dozens of patents recently granted to Facebook’s parent company, pupil movements, body poses and frowns are among the flickers of human expression that Meta wants to harvest in building its metaverse. Chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to spend $10 billion a year over the …

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WHO supports two new drugs for the treatment of COVID-19

© Milosdrn The two drugs, tested in seven trials of 4,000 COVID patients, may protect the immune system from overload and reduce the risk of breakdown While vaccines – turning pharmaceutical companies into global, household names – make mainstream news, existing drugs used for COVID patients remain mostly obscure. When …

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Fantastic Four #39: The Reunion of Father and Clone

The court suspends the hearing for the custody of Bentley 23, the clone of the evil wizard. The Torch is inflamed with impatience for Reed to find a way to reverse what Dr. Doom did to Johnny’s powers. Reed’s face disappears into that damn shabby beard. Sue in fact slapping …

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10 Jurassic Park / World dinosaurs that would make great pets

From the first jurassic park A film released in theaters in 1993, the franchise has captured the imagination of fans. Jurassic World: Dominion is slated for release in June 2022, and the film will incorporate legacy characters Alan Grant, Dr. Ellie Sattler, and even Ian Malcolm into the story. RELATED: …

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First successful pig-to-human heart transplant performed

Surgeons at the University of Maryland School of Medicine performed the transplant on Friday. Photo: University of Maryland School of Medicine Surgeons at the University of Maryland Medical Center on Friday transplanted the heart from a genetically engineered pig to a human patient with end-stage heart disease. It was the …

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Global Regeneration Market Status (2016-2020) and Forecast (2021E-2026F) by Region, Product Type and End Use – Industrial Computing

[ad_1] Global regeneration market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study accurate and valuable information. The data that has been examined is calculated taking into account both the best existing players and future competitors. The business strategies of major players and new industries entering the market …

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Cyber ​​trends to shape 2022

[ad_1] Without a doubt, the accelerated digital transformation caused by the pandemic has made organizations increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks. In fact, Deloitte reports that 72 percent of those polled in its Global 2021 Future of Cyber ​​Survey experienced between one and ten cyber incidents and breaches in 2021 alone. …

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The 10 best action movies ever made (according to AFI)

[ad_1] Due to their spectacle-oriented nature, action movies generally don’t get much respect as art. But action-oriented stories can be a great vehicle for themes and commentary, as evidenced by RoboCop, First blood, and The matrix. The genre can also be used to tell human stories about universally relatable motivations …

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Best Sci-Fi TV Shows of 2021

[ad_1] This year has seen the release of many long-awaited sci-fi TV series, but which of them are the best sci-fi TV series of 2021? This year has seen a slew of science fiction shows released, with the best sci-fi TV of 2021 made up of both new and returning …

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Naomie Harris can’t understand Swan Song’s grief and wants more, Entertainment News

[ad_1] They say art and life imitate each other, and if that rings true for Swan Song director Ben Cleary, the same can’t be said for actress Naomie Harris. Almost anyone would have experienced grief in their lifetime, whether it was the loss of a grandparent, parent, or even a …

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Man-ape hybrids, sex freaks and COVID potato: the weirdest stories of 2021

[ad_1] By most metrics, 2021 was another bleak year for the world. But all was not gloomy, with idiots and geniuses giving us reason to smile, laugh, and silently say “WTF” as we went through another 12 months of closings, rising house prices and falling prices. Daily talk radio hosts …

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Love is nature’s masterpiece

[ad_1] “Except that we liked,” writes Mary Oliver, “all the news comes as from a distant land. We can only know what we liked, in other words. The meaning of this – that without the act of opening we know nothing – is transcendent and true. Love is then seen …

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Laboratory-grown embryo research poised to transform medicine

[ad_1] According to several studies, one in three pregnancies results in a miscarriage and one in 33 babies born will have a birth defect, due to the improper formation of the embryo in the womb. Studying the development of the embryo can help us find ways to reduce these numbers. …

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Most Exciting Character In Years Needs A Spin-Off ASAP

[ad_1] Every child remembers the majestic awe of seeing Star Wars for the first time. For the characters, the shooting stars of hyperspace are just another day in the galaxy. But in the Disney + pilot The bad lot, Omega, a young girl experiences it for the first time, just …

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OpenAI’s WebGPT Explores Text-Based Web Environment to Achieve Human-Level Performance on Long QA

[ad_1] Anyone taking an exam understands the language and other challenges associated with providing paragraph answers to open-ended questions versus simple yes / no or multiple choice questions. Such a long question-answer (LFQA) presents similar challenges in the field of natural language processing (NLP) research, where existing approaches tend to …

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‘Swan Song’ review: Dying Mahershala Ali wonders whether to send the clone

[ad_1] Looks like it was yesterday, but it was actually seven months ago when an episode of Amazon Studios’ “Solos” series starred Anthony Mackie as a dying family man who concludes a difficult alliance with a clone that will soon take its place. ‘Swan song’: 3 out of 4 CST_ …

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Memo Therapeutics AG to clinically develop SARS-CoV-2 antibody

[ad_1] COVAB 36 is a potent all-human monoclonal antibody for the treatment of SARS-CoV-2 infections, which can be administered by inhalation, improving patient acceptance. It was found to neutralize all major variants known before the Omicron emergency; and tests against Omicron are currently underway. Following the CHF 10.5 million grant …

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Mauro Perucchetti to unveil a new series of immersive sculptural 3D paintings.

[ad_1] Mauro Perucchetti detail SUPERFICI 2021 124 x 125 cm Courtesy of the artist Mauro Perucchetti will unveil a new series of immersive sculptural 3D paintings in a highly anticipated solo exhibition in St. Moritz, Switzerland. Perucchetti rose to fame for his pigmented resin Jelly Babies, originally inspired by cloning, …

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Global Animal Biotechnology Market Research Report 2021: Analysis and Forecast of Technologies, Markets and Competitive Landscape 2020-2030 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

[ad_1] DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The report “Animal Biotechnology – Technologies, Markets and Companies” by Jain PharmaBiotech has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. This report describes and assesses animal biotechnology and its application in veterinary and pharmaceutical medicine as well as the improvement of food production. Knowledge of animal …

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Beginner’s Guide to Cloning

[ad_1] In 1996, one of the most famous cloning cases occurred when Dolly was made udder cell of a 6-year-old sheep. But what exactly is cloning? it’s roughly defined as “the creation of an exact genetic replica of a small segment of DNA, of a cell or of an entire …

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The novel Ancient of Genes resurfaces More: soon a version 2b “Audio Theater” published

[ad_1] AOG bestseller in several Amazon categories Book cover Amazing Publisher Logo Regeneration of Ice Age animals and humans by a geneticist is stolen … becomes the basis for the weapons of genetic warfare – and the prophesied resurrection of the dead! TRUE genetic potential and ONE common prophecy among …

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Foundation season 1 ends with dozens of space dramas [Apple TV+ recap]

[ad_1] The first season of the epic Apple TV + Space Opera Foundation ends this week with one last dramatic episode. Terminus has a great, brilliant weapon to use against the Empire, which is renewed in its belief that all rebellion must be dealt with. Between the hammer and the …

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Could research on human embryos aged 16-19 days provide insight into the ban on research on human embryos after 14 days?

[ad_1] This is an important document, not only for the reasons given in the discussion, but because of its potential (which the authors do not discuss) to help shape future regulations on the use of human embryos. and simbryos (the class of self-constructed stem cell structures used or proposed as …

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Bishops approve new socially responsible investment guidelines

[ad_1] BALTIMORE (CNS) – Bishops have approved new guidelines governing financial investments from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops that include broader limits on where money would be invested and advance a policy of engagement on business practices that have an impact on human dignity. With 216 votes in …

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7 reasons why a future ‘Jurassic World’ movie probably won’t have dinosaurs

[ad_1] We all know that the sixth installment of the jurassic park the franchise will feature dinosaurs – we saw the five minute preview teaser that was released alongside Fast & Furious 9 in IMAX a few months ago, and we watched Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, after which dozens of …

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10 key predictions for voice technology to watch in 2022

[ad_1] Systems like Alexa and Siri have created a new area of ​​cognitive science research that examines the effects of conversational devices interacting with humans. With the onset of the pandemic, contactless technologies such as assistants and voice-activated applications have helped reduce and eliminate points of contact and increase security. …

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Scientists Develop High Throughput Cellless Screening Platform for Discovery of Anti-SARS-CoV-2 Antibodies

[ad_1] Scientists at Northwestern University in the United States recently developed a high-throughput automated screening platform to rapidly identify antibodies to coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in severe acute respiratory syndrome. The study is currently available on the bioRxiv* preprint server. Background Therapeutic monoclonal antibodies developed against the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein have …

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Q&A: Was it for real? Immerse yourself in deepfake reality

[ad_1] The ability to transform changes and recompose them produces frightening and rather disturbing results. Image by Edward Webb, https://www.flickr.com/photos/crazyeddie/4118740532/, CC BY-SA 2.0 How much should we care about deepfakes? Is it valuable technology or something of great concern for confidence in public life? To understand the complexity, Digital journal …

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Pig kidney successfully transplanted into humans

[ad_1] Pig and Kidney Graphic (Christopher Elias) With a title as strong as the one given, there should be some shock. However, rightly so, Dr Montgomery and his team at NYU Langone Health did. They successfully transplanted a pig kidney into a human, but what does that mean? The success …

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From red cell development to cultural preservation, VCU’s Baldacci researchers continue to pursue their studies – VCU News

[ad_1] By Joan Tupponce Biology majors Sivam Bhatt and Anubhav Thapaliya have deepened their knowledge of zebrafish since working in the laboratory of Erich Damm, Ph.D. Their research into the role that specific genes play in zebrafish development and blood stem cell generation would not have been possible without grants …

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First, surgeons attached a pig kidney to a human

[ad_1] Surgeons in New York have successfully attached a kidney grown on a genetically engineered pig to a human patient and found the organ to be functioning normally, a scientific breakthrough that could one day provide a vast new supply of organs for them. critically ill patients. Researchers have long …

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VectorBuilder and Landau Enter into Strategic Partnership to Establish World’s First Primate Gene Therapy R&D Center

[ad_1] VectorBuilder Inc., a global leader in vector design, optimization and GMP manufacturing, and Landau Biotechnology Co., a global leader in the development of non-human primate (NHP) models for clinical research applications, have signed a strategic partnership that will establish the world’s first primate gene therapy R&D center. The center …

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Best Sci-Fi Movies

[ad_1] Sci-fi movies today are the part of the genre that has the greatest potential and the part that is exploited in the most detailed and profound way. of Dune from Frank Herbert, which arrived as one of the biggest productions of the year, until BusinessThe highly anticipated Apple TV …

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Biopharmacy and Biomedicine Market to Pass US $ 800.0 Billion Threshold by 2027 | Future opportunities from the best players F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG, Novartis AG, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Inc.

[ad_1] Global Biopharmaceuticals and Biomedicine Market – Overview Biopharmaceuticals are drugs that are produced using biotechnology and biological sources. Biopharmaceuticals contain a number of products such as monoclonal antibodies, vaccines, recombinant human insulin, human growth hormone, erythropoietin, interferon, colony stimulating factor and blood factors. Currently, biopharmaceuticals represent more than a …

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New Lanier Biotherapeutics Company Signs License Agreement with Alloy Therapeutics | No more news

[ad_1] New Lanier Biotherapeutics enters into licensing agreement with Alloy Therapeutics Details Category: More news Posted on Wednesday, 06 October 2021 17:33 Hits: 93 Agreement marks official launch of Lanier, a Georgia-based biopharmaceutical company developing a strong portfolio of first-class antibody candidates BOGART, GA, USA I 05 October 2021 I …

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8 questions we have so far

[ad_1] Warning: spoilers for the first three episodes of the series and the Foundation books follow. The Apple TV Foundation (read our review) is a sprawling adaptation of the space opera of Isaac Asimov’s sci-fi spin on the fall of the Roman Empire, a series that spans seven books written …

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I changed my mind – Facebook is a monopoly

[ad_1] I am the founder of MeWe, the ad-free social network with data privacy and without content amplification or newsfeed manipulation. MeWe competes directly with Facebook. On June 27, 2019, I wrote an op-ed in this newspaper titled “I am in competition with Facebook and it is not a monopoly”. …

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The Circle season 4 release date: renewed or canceled?

[ad_1] Produced by Studio Lambert and Motion Content Group, “The Circle US”, or simply “The Circle”, is a social experience-type original series from Netflix whose concept is derived from the eponymous British series. Its first season premiered on the streaming platform on January 1, 2020, the second season following April …

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In Russia, divorced couple fight over frozen corpses

[ad_1] A container of liquid nitrogen. Photo: beigephotos / Flickr, CC BY 2.0 On September 8, the Moscow region police received a call about an unusual theft – of containers with frozen bodies. The suspect was Valeria Udalova, and the man who accused her of theft was her ex-husband, Danila …

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Foundation review

[ad_1] Isaac Asimov is one of the greatest science fiction writers to ever write. Next year will mark the 30th anniversary of his death, following complications from a blood transfusion. There may have been other adaptations of his work, including I robot and Bicentennial man, but no one dared to …

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Conversational AI and voice cloning market to reach $ 13 billion by 2021-2028 with Amazon, AmplifyReach, Aristech GmbH, Artificial Solutions, AT&T, Avaamo, Baidu, CandyVoice, Cepstral, CereProc, Clinc, Cognigy, Conversica

[ad_1] The conversational AI and voice cloning market is booming to $ 13 billion by 2021-2028. Conversational AI is the technology that makes this possible. It enables artificial intelligence (AI) technologies like chatbots to interact with people in a human way. By bridging the gap between human and computer language, …

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Covington County Sav-A-Life Hosts Annual Banquet

[ad_1] Those involved in the Sav-A-Life ministry gathered Monday evening to celebrate the success of the organization over the past year. After canceling the event last year due to the pandemic, the 29th annual Sav-A-Life hosted around 350 to 400 attendees at Monday’s event. The guest speaker was Dr David …

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Phylogeographic reconstruction of the origin of marbled crayfish

[ad_1] Procambarus fallax PCR collections and genotyping Animals were collected from various wild populations (Table S1) in accordance with state and local regulations (Georgia Department of Natural Resources Scientific Collection Permit 115621108, Florida State Collection Permit S-19-10 and S- 20-04). DNA was isolated from abdominal muscle tissue using SDS-based extraction …

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How to watch alien movies in order

[ad_1] “Alien” takes place in 2122, 17 years after “Alien: Covenant”. But, despite this short span of time, there is a lot going on in between. “Covenant” continued to put vital information into spin-off media. Peter Weyland’s company became Weyland-Yutani not on screen, but in a book by Alan Dean …

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Y: The Last Man – Why did Yorick survive?

[ad_1] But what makes him particularly special is how “not special” he is. Yorick is often the first to admit he’s just a guy. Beyond his love of magic tricks and sleight of hand, Yorick is like any other young man who stumbles in life – relying on his politician …

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Harbor BioMed Announces IND Approval for Phase II Trial of Anti-FcRn Batoclimab in Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy in China

[ad_1] CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and ROTTERDAM, Netherlands and SUZHOU, China, Sept. 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Harbor BioMed (“HBM”, HKEX: 02142) today announced that the Center for Drug Evaluation (CDE) of the China National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) has approved the new investigational drug (IND) request to initiate a phase …

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Return to Kamino (final part one)

[ad_1] – The recommendations are chosen independently by the editors of Reviewed. The purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. In the first part of the bad batch season finale, “Return to Kamino” many dominoes installed during the first begin to fall. Old friends together, so …

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The best new Korean movies coming in 2021 and beyond

[ad_1] Several exciting new Korean films are on the way, including Escape from Mogadishu, which releases Friday in the United States. Distributed by Well Go USA Entertainment in the United States, the political action thriller will be the opening film of the New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF), which runs …

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EGFR activation limits liver cancer response to lenvatinib

[ad_1] 1. Villanueva, A. Hepatocellular carcinoma. N. Engl. J. Med. 380, 1450-1462 (2019). Google Scholar CAS Article 2. Kudo, M. et al. Lenvatinib versus sorafenib in the first-line treatment of patients with unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma: a phase 3 randomized non-inferiority trial. Lancet 391, 1163-1173 (2018). Google Scholar CAS Article 3. …

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Why Anthony Bourdain’s voice cloning scares people

[ad_1] The revelation that a documentary filmmaker used voice cloning software to get the late chef Anthony Bourdain to say words he never said has drawn criticism over ethical concerns over the use of the powerful technology. The movie “Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain” hit theaters Friday and features …

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Faith-Based Investing: An Interview with Michael Skillman on KOCG

[ad_1] FAith-based ETFs have continued to gain attention as investors increasingly seek to align their investments with their moral principles. In 2015, the Knights of Columbus, a worldwide fraternal organization of the Catholic Church, launched an investment management company called Knights of Columbus Asset Advisors (KoCAA) to give Catholics the …

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An interview with Michael Skillman on KOCG

[ad_1] Faith-based ETFs have continued to gain attention as investors increasingly seek to align their investments with their moral principles. In 2015, the Knights of Columbus, a worldwide fraternal organization of the Catholic Church, launched an investment management company called Knights of Columbus Asset Advisors (KoCAA) to give Catholics the …

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Clinical trial SARS-CoV2 candidate vaccines

[ad_1] Note: This vaccine is much better than the vaccines generated previously. Take away message 1. There are currently over 230 vaccine candidates in development, a number of which have already received EUA within a year of the first report of SARS-CoV-2 infection. 2. All major vaccine candidates are administered …

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Ingenious innovators: The Tribune India

[ad_1] The city of Jalandhar boasts of a number of educational institutes. Besides academics, these institutes are also increasingly becoming centers of innovation and research. The pandemic has given professors and technocrats more than usual time to think about and develop new products. For their part, the institutes also encouraged …

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About BAC, Singapore News & Top Stories

[ad_1] The Bioethics Advisory Board (BAC) was established by the Cabinet to deal with ethical, legal and social issues arising from biomedical science research in Singapore. It has 15 members from various backgrounds such as law, biomedical research, medicine, philosophy, sociology and education as well as representatives of religious groups …

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Male rats giving birth show biotechnology needs to be regulated

[ad_1] Biotechnology is being exploited to accelerate social-revolutionary policies and get through what was once immutable. moral limits. The last example occurred in China, where scientific ethics will die. Here’s the story: Two Shanghai-based researchers surgically tied male and female rats. They then uteri transplanted into male rats and made …

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