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    1. Hiratou, T; Miyano-Kurosaki, N; Gushima, H; Takaku, H
      A new class of anti-HIV-1 oligonucleotide targeted to the polypurine tractof viral RNA

      NUCLEOSIDES NUCLEOTIDES & NUCLEIC ACIDS
    2. Burmeister, T
      Oncogenic retroviruses in animals and humans

      REVIEWS IN MEDICAL VIROLOGY
    3. Huleihel, M; Ishano, V
      Effect of propolis extract on malignant cell transformation by moloney murine sarcoma virus

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    4. Hull, R
      Classifying reverse transcribing elements: a proposal and a challenge to the ICTV

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    5. Pandey, PK; Kaushik, N; Talele, TT; Yadav, PNS; Pandey, VN
      Insertion of a peptide from MuLV RT into the connection subdomain of HIV-1RT results in a functionally active chimeric enzyme in monomeric conformation

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Huleihel, M; Arad, S
      Effect of Porphyridium sp. polysaccharide on malignant cell transformationby moloney murine sarcoma virus

      ANTICANCER RESEARCH
    7. Uhrbom, L; Holland, EC
      Modeling gliomagenesis with somatic cell gene transfer using retroviral vectors

      JOURNAL OF NEURO-ONCOLOGY
    8. Voisset, C; Tonjes, RR; Breyton, P; Mandrand, B; Paranhos-Baccala, G
      Specific detection of RT activity in culture supernantants of retrovirus-producing cells, using synthetic DNA as competitor in polymerase enhanced reverse transcriptase assay

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGICAL METHODS
    9. Hooker, CW; Lott, WB; Harrich, D
      Inhibitors of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase target distinct phases of early reverse transcription

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    10. Schecter, WP
      Human immunodeficiency virus and malignancy - Thoughts on viral oncogenesis

      ARCHIVES OF SURGERY
    11. Hiratou, T; Tsukahara, S; Miyano-Kurosaki, W; Takai, K; Saito, T; Yamamoto, N; Takaku, H
      Anti-HIV-1 activity by a triple-helix forming oligonucleotides targeted topolypurine tract on viral RNA

      NUCLEOSIDES NUCLEOTIDES & NUCLEIC ACIDS
    12. Hiratou, T; Miyano-Kurosaki, N; Tsukahara, S; Tamura, Y; Takai, K; Yamamoto, N; Takaku, H
      Anti-human immunodeficiency virus type 1 of a two-strand-system targeted to the polypurine tract

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    13. Zhang, H; Dornadula, G; Orenstein, J; Pomerantz, RJ
      Morphologic changes in human immunodeficiency virus type 1 virions secondary to intravirion reverse transcription - Evidence indicating that reverse transcription may not take place within the intact viral core

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN VIROLOGY
    14. Gallo, RC
      The path to the discoveries of human retroviruses

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN VIROLOGY
    15. Hsu, M; Wainberg, MA
      Interactions between human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase, tRNA primer, and nucleocapsid protein during reverse transcription

      JOURNAL OF HUMAN VIROLOGY
    16. Bjorge, JD; Jakymiw, A; Fujita, DJ
      Selected glimpses into the activation and function of Src kinase

      ONCOGENE
    17. Cowan, JA; Ohyama, T; Howard, K; Rausch, JW; Cowan, SML; Le Grice, SFJ
      Metal-ion stoichiometry of the HIV-1 RT ribonuclease H domain: evidence for two mutually exclusive sites leads to new mechanistic insights on metal-mediated hydrolysis in nucleic acid biochemistry

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    18. Najmanova, L; Janata, J; Kalousek, F; Novak, P; Felsberg, J; Spizek, J
      Two forms of DNA-dependent RNA polymerase alpha subunit in streptomycetes

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    19. Brule, F; Bec, G; Keith, G; Le Grice, SFJ; Roques, BP; Ehresmann, B; Ehresmann, C; Marquet, R
      In vitro evidence for the interaction of tRNA(3)(Lys) With U3 during the first strand transfer of HIV-1 reverse transcription

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    20. Jonckheere, H; Anne, J; De Clercq, E
      The HIV-1 reverse transcription (RT) process as target for RT inhibitors

      MEDICINAL RESEARCH REVIEWS
    21. Banerjee, S; Thampan, RV
      Reverse transcriptase activity in bovine bone marrow: purification of a 66-kDa enzyme

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    22. Butel, JS
      Viral carcinogenesis: revelation of molecular mechanisms and etiology of human disease

      CARCINOGENESIS
    23. Oldstone, MBA; Levine, AJ
      Virology in the next millennium

      CELL
    24. Knudson, AG
      Chasing the cancer demon

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF GENETICS
    25. Goldberg, B; Stricker, RB
      Bridging the gap: Human diploid cell strains and the origin of AIDS

      JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
    26. Szilvay, AM; Stern, B; Blichenberg, A; Helland, DE
      Structural and functional similarities between HIV-1 reverse transcriptaseand the Escherichia coli RNA polymerase beta ' subunit

      FEBS LETTERS
    27. Werner, S; Wohrl, BM
      Homodimeric reverse transcriptases from Rous sarcoma virus mutated within the polymerase or RNase H active site of one subunit are active

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    28. Yang, SL; Delgado, R; King, SR; Woffendin, C; Barker, CS; Yang, ZY; Xu, L; Nolan, GP; Nabel, GJ
      Generation of retroviral vector for clinical studies using transient transfection

      HUMAN GENE THERAPY
    29. Okada, Y
      Historical overview of research on the tobacco mosaic virus genome: genomeorganization, infectivity and gene manipulation

      PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    30. Kuno, H; Ikeda, H; Takeuchi, M; Yoshida, T
      A simple and rapid reverse transcriptase assay for the detection of retroviruses in cell cultures

      CYTOTECHNOLOGY
    31. Christensen, T; Tonjes, RR; Megede, JZ; Boller, K; Moller-Larsen, A
      Reverse transcriptase activity and particle production in B lymphoblastoidcell lines established from lymphocytes of patients with multiple sclerosis

      AIDS RESEARCH AND HUMAN RETROVIRUSES
    32. Hehlmann, R; Essex, M
      Comparative research in leukemia and related diseases. An introduction to a scientific approach

      LEUKEMIA
    33. Laudenbach, V; Mantz, J; Desmonts, JM
      To understand molecular biology

      ANNALES FRANCAISES D ANESTHESIE ET DE REANIMATION
    34. de Harven, E
      Viral etiology of human cancer: a historical perspective

      HAEMATOLOGICA
    35. Hull, R
      Classification of reverse transcribing elements: a discussion document

      ARCHIVES OF VIROLOGY
    36. Isel, C; Westhof, E; Massire, C; Le Grice, SFJ; Ehresmann, B; Ehresmann, C; Marquet, R
      Structural basis for the specificity of the initiation of HIV-1 reverse transcription

      EMBO JOURNAL
    37. Baginsky, S; Tiller, K; Pfannschmidt, T; Link, G
      PTK, the chloroplast RNA polymerase-associated protein kinase from mustard(Sinapis alba), mediates redox control of plastid in vitro transcription

      PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    38. Sears, JF; Repaske, R; Khan, AS
      Improved Mg2+-based reverse transcriptase assay for detection of primate retroviruses

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY
    39. Perach, M; Hizi, A
      Catalytic features of the recombinant reverse transcriptase of bovine leukemia virus expressed in bacteria

      VIROLOGY
    40. Kang, SM; Zhang, ZJ; Morrow, CD
      Identification of a human immunodeficiency virus type 1 that stably uses tRNA(Lys1,2) rather than tRNA(Lys,3) for initiation of reverse transcription

      VIROLOGY
    41. Pennazio, S; Roggero, P
      A short history of plant Virology. V. Plant Virology today

      RIVISTA DI BIOLOGIA-BIOLOGY FORUM
    42. Matthee, G; Wright, AD; Konig, GM
      HIV reverse transcriptase inhibitors of natural origin

      PLANTA MEDICA
    43. Kang, SM; Morrow, CD
      Genetic analysis of a unique human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) with a primer binding site complementary to tRNA(Met) supports a role for U5-PBS stem-loop RNA structures in initiation of HIV-1 reverse transcription

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    44. Martin, J; Herniou, E; Cook, J; O'Neill, RW; Tristem, M
      Interclass transmission and phyletic host tracking in murine leukemia virus-related retroviruses

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    45. Ulich, C; Dunne, A; Parry, E; Hooker, CW; Gaynor, RB; Harrich, D
      Functional domains of tat required for efficient human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcription

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    46. Delviks, KA; Pathak, VK
      Effect of distance between homologous sequences and 3 ' homology on the frequency of retroviral reverse transcriptase template switching

      JOURNAL OF VIROLOGY
    47. Kim, HS; Takenaka, O; Crow, TJ
      Isolation and phylogeny of endogenous retrovirus sequences belonging to the HERV-W family in primates

      JOURNAL OF GENERAL VIROLOGY
    48. Hiratou, T; Tsukahara, S; Miyano-Kurosaki, N; Takai, K; Yamamoto, N; Takaku, H
      Inhibition of HIV-1 replication by a two-strand system (FTFOs) targeted tothe polypurine tract

      FEBS LETTERS
    49. KHAN AS; MAUDRU T; THOMPSON A; MULLER J; SEARS JF; PEDEN KWC
      THE REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE ACTIVITY IN CELL-FREE MEDIUM OF CHICKEN-EMBRYO FIBROBLAST-CULTURES IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH A REPLICATION-COMPETENTRETROVIRUS

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL VIROLOGY
    50. ZHANG ZJ; KANG SM; LI Y; MORROW CD
      GENETIC-ANALYSIS OF THE U5-PBS OF A NOVEL HIV-1 REVEALS MULTIPLE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE TRANSFER-RNA AND RNA GENOME REQUIRED FOR INITIATION OF REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION

      RNA
    51. SARKAR S
      40 YEARS UNDER THE CENTRAL DOGMA

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    52. ZHANG ZJ; KANG SM; MORROW CD
      GENETIC-EVIDENCE OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN TRNA(LYS,3) AND U5 FACILITATING EFFICIENT INITIATION OF REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION BY HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    53. Rynditch, AV; Zoubak, S; Tsyba, L; Tryapitsina-Guley, N; Bernardi, G
      The regional integration of retroviral sequences into the mosaic genomes of mammals

      GENE
    54. ISEL C; KEITH G; EHRESMANN B; EHRESMANN C; MARQUET R
      MUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE TRNA(3)(LYS) HIV-1 RNA (PRIMER/TEMPLATE) COMPLEX/

      Nucleic acids research
    55. KOK TW; LI P; BURRELL CJ
      FURTHER CHARACTERIZATION OF HIV RNA-SYNTHESIS EARLY AFTER CELL-TO-CELL TRANSMISSION INFECTION

      Archives of virology
    56. Bernardi, F; Haenni, AL
      Viruses: Exquisite models for cell strategies

      BIOCHIMIE
    57. VOSS SD; KRUSKAL JB
      GENE-THERAPY - A PRIMER FOR RADIOLOGISTS

      Radiographics
    58. TAUBE R; LOYA S; AVIDAN O; PERACH M; HIZI A
      REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE OF MOUSE MAMMARY-TUMOR VIRUS - EXPRESSION IN BACTERIA, PURIFICATION AND BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION

      Biochemical journal
    59. Le Blancq, SM; Adam, RD
      Structural basis of karyotype heterogeneity in Giardia lamblia

      MOLECULAR AND BIOCHEMICAL PARASITOLOGY
    60. MALMSTEN A; EKSTRAND DHL; AKERBLOM L; GRONOWITZ JS; KALLANDER CFR; BENDINELLI M; MATTEUCCI D
      A COLORIMETRIC REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE ASSAY OPTIMIZED FOR MOLONEY MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS, AND ITS USE FOR CHARACTERIZATION OF REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASES OF UNKNOWN IDENTITY

      Journal of virological methods
    61. HIMLY M; FOSTER DN; BOTTOLI I; IACOVONI JS; VOGT PK
      THE DF-1 CHICKEN FIBROBLAST CELL-LINE - TRANSFORMATION-INDUCED BY DIVERSE ONCOGENES AND CELL-DEATH RESULTING FROM INFECTION BY AVIAN-LEUKOSIS VIRUSES

      Virology (New York, N.Y. Print)
    62. VANWAMEL JLB; BERKHOUT B
      THE FIRST-STRAND TRANSFER DURING HIV-1 REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION CAN OCCUR EITHER INTRAMOLECULARLY OR INTERMOLECULARLY

      Virology
    63. MATSUKA GK
      ALTERNATIVES IN MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY

      Molecular biology
    64. HUGHES WT
      PROLOGUE TO AIDS - THE RECOGNITION OF INFECTIOUS OPPORTUNISTS

      Medicine
    65. GUO JH; WU TY; BESS J; HENDERSON LE; LEVIN JG
      ACTINOMYCIN-D INHIBITS HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 MINUS-STRAND TRANSFER IN IN-VITRO AND ENDOGENOUS REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE ASSAYS

      Journal of virology
    66. ZHANG ZJ; YU Q; KANG SM; BUESCHER J; MORROW CD
      PREFERENTIAL COMPLETION OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 PROVIRUSES INITIATED WITH TRNA(3)(LYS) RATHER THAN TRNA(1,2)(LYS)

      Journal of virology
    67. GAO GX; GOFF SP
      REPLICATION DEFECT OF MOLONEY MURINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS WITH A MUTANT REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE THAT CAN INCORPORATE RIBONUCLEOTIDES AND DEOXYRIBONUCLEOTIDES

      Journal of virology
    68. CAMPBELL RSF; ROBINSON WF
      THE COMPARATIVE PATHOLOGY OF THE LENTIVIRUSES

      Journal of Comparative Pathology
    69. LANCHY JM; KEITH G; LEGRICE SFJ; EHRESMANN B; EHRESMANN C; MARQUET R
      CONTACTS BETWEEN REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE AND THE PRIMER STRAND GOVERN THE TRANSITION FROM INITIATION TO ELONGATION OF HIV-1 REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. SALA M; VARTANIAN JP
      HIV-1 REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE - AN OUT-OF-THE-ORDINARY ENZYME

      Bulletin de l'Institut Pasteur
    71. RADECKE F; BILLETER MA
      REVERSE GENETICS MEETS THE NONSEGMENTED NEGATIVE-STRAND RNA VIRUSES

      Reviews in medical virology
    72. HEHLMANN R; ESSEX M
      COMPARATIVE RESEARCH ON LEUKEMIA AND RELATED DISEASES - AN INTRODUCTION TO A SCIENTIFIC APPROACH

      Journal of molecular medicine
    73. HORELLOU P; MALLET J
      GENE-THERAPY FOR PARKINSONS-DISEASE

      Molecular neurobiology
    74. FILLER AG; LEVER AML
      EFFECTS OF CATION SUBSTITUTIONS ON REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE AND ON HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS PRODUCTION

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    75. LI Y; KANG SM; MORROW CD
      STABILITY OF HIV TYPE-1 PROVIRAL GENOMES THAT CONTAIN 2 DISTINCT PRIMER-BINDING SITES

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    76. MORANGE M
      THE TRANSFORMATION OF MOLECULAR-BIOLOGY ON CONTACT WITH HIGHER ORGANISMS, 1960-1980 - FROM A MOLECULAR DESCRIPTION TO A MOLECULAR EXPLANATION

      History and philosophy of the life sciences
    77. HARRICH D; ULICH C; GARCIAMARTINEZ LF; GAYNOR RB
      TAT IS REQUIRED FOR EFFICIENT HIV-1 REVERSE TRANSCRIPTION

      EMBO journal
    78. BAGINSKY S; TILLER K; LINK G
      TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR PHOSPHORYLATION BY A PROTEIN-KINASE ASSOCIATED WITH CHLOROPLAST RNA-POLYMERASE FROM MUSTARD (SINAPIS-ALBA)

      Plant molecular biology
    79. VIOLA RE
      16TH MIDWEST ENZYME CHEMISTRY CONFERENCE

      Bioorganic chemistry
    80. SMITH CM; POTTS WB; SMITH JS; ROTH MJ
      RNASE-H CLEAVAGE OF TRNA(PRO) MEDIATED BY M-MULV AND HIV-1 REVERSE

      Virology
    81. LINGNER J; HUGHES TR; SHEVCHENKO A; MANN M; LUNDBLAD V; CECH TR
      REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE MOTIFS IN THE CATALYTIC SUBUNIT OF TELOMERASE

      Science
    82. PASQUALINI CD
      RETROVIRUS AND CANCER REVISITED

      Medicina
    83. LI Y; ZHANG ZJ; WAKEFIELD JK; KANG SM; MORROW CD
      NUCLEOTIDE SUBSTITUTIONS WITHIN U5 ARE CRITICAL FOR EFFICIENT REVERSETRANSCRIPTION OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 WITH A PRIMER BINDING-SITE COMPLEMENTARY TO TRNA(HIS)

      Journal of virology
    84. LEITNER T; KUMAR S; ALBERT J
      TEMPO AND MODE OF NUCLEOTIDE SUBSTITUTIONS IN GAG AND ENV GENE FRAGMENTS IN HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 POPULATIONS WITH A KNOWN TRANSMISSION HISTORY

      Journal of virology
    85. WEISSMAHR RN; SCHUPBACH J; BONI J
      REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE ACTIVITY IN CHICKEN-EMBRYO FIBROBLAST-CULTURE SUPERNATANTS IS ASSOCIATED WITH PARTICLES CONTAINING ENDOGENOUS AVIAN RETROVIRUS EAV-0 RNA

      Journal of virology
    86. LIANG C; RONG LW; MORIN N; CHERRY E; HUANG Y; KLEIMAN L; WAINBERG MA
      ROLES OF THE HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 POL PROTEIN AND THE PRIMER BINDING-SITE IN THE PLACEMENT OF PRIMER TRNA(3)(LYS) ONTO VIRALGENOMIC RNA

      Journal of virology
    87. KANG SM; ZHANG ZJ; MORROW CD
      IDENTIFICATION OF A SEQUENCE WITHIN U5 REQUIRED FOR HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 TO STABLY MAINTAIN A PRIMER BINDING-SITE COMPLEMENTARY TO TRNA(MET)

      Journal of virology
    88. MARTIN J; HERNIOU E; COOK J; ONEILL RW; TRISTEM M
      HUMAN ENDOGENOUS RETROVIRUS TYPE I-RELATED VIRUSES HAVE AN APPARENTLYWIDESPREAD DISTRIBUTION WITHIN VERTEBRATES

      Journal of virology
    89. WORMAN HJ
      MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL METHODS IN DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF LIVER-DISEASES

      Clinical chemistry
    90. TSUKAHARA S; SUZUKI J; HIRATOU T; TAKAI K; KOYANAGI Y; YAMAMOTO N; TAKAKU H
      INHIBITION OF HIV-1 REPLICATION BY TRIPLE-HELIX-FORMING PHOSPHOROTHIOATE OLIGONUCLEOTIDES TARGETED TO THE POLYPURINE TRACT

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    91. MCQUINN T
      MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO GENETIC CARDIAC DISEASES

      Progress in pediatric cardiology
    92. MCGUIGAN C; TSANG HW; MAHMOOD N; HAY AJ
      SYNTHESIS AND EVALUATION OF SOME SYMMETRICAL PHOSPHATE DIMER DERIVATIVES OF 3'-MODIFIED NUCLEOSIDES AS POTENTIAL ANTI-HIV AGENTS

      Antiviral chemistry & chemotherapy
    93. SCHUPBACH J; PYRA H; JENDIS J; TOMASIK Z; BONI J
      ISOLATION OF AN IN-VITRO TRANSMISSIBLE AGENT WITH REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE ACTIVITY FROM A BLOOD-DONOR WITH A BORDERLINE-POSITIVE HIV-1 SEROLOGY FOR MORE THAN 5 YEARS

      Clinical and diagnostic virology
    94. BONI J; STALDER J; REIGEL F; SCHUPBACH J
      DETECTION OF REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE ACTIVITY IN LIVE ATTENUATED VIRUS-VACCINES

      Clinical and diagnostic virology
    95. BISHOP JM
      THE DISCOVERY OF PROTOONCOGENES

      The FASEB journal
    96. MANSKY LM
      FORWARD MUTATION-RATE OF HUMAN-IMMUNODEFICIENCY-VIRUS TYPE-1 IN A T-LYMPHOID-CELL LINE

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    97. LUGERT R; KONIG H; KURTH R; TONJES RR
      SPECIFIC SUPPRESSION OF FALSE-POSITIVE SIGNALS IN THE PRODUCT-ENHANCED REVERSE-TRANSCRIPTASE ASSAY

      BioTechniques
    98. MORSE R; COLLINS MD; BALSDON JT; WALLBANKS S; RICHARDSON PT
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF PART OF THE RPOC GENE ENCODING THE BETA' SUBUNIT OF DNA-DEPENDENT RNA-POLYMERASE FROM SOME GRAM-POSITIVE BACTERIA AND COMPARATIVE AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCE ANALYSIS

      Systematic and applied microbiology
    99. WU WM; PALANIAPPAN C; BAMBARA RA; FAY PJ
      DIFFERENCES IN MUTAGENESIS DURING MINUS-STRAND, PLUS STRAND AND STRAND TRANSFER (RECOMBINATION) SYNTHESIS OF THE HIV-1 NEF GENE IN-VITRO

      Nucleic acids research
    100. HUGHES G; MCKERR G; ALLEN J; BARNETT Y
      ARE RETROVIRUSES INVOLVED IN THE ETIOLOGY OF HUMAN BREAST-CANCER

      Cancer letters


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