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    1. Haney, J; Lukowiak, K
      Context learning and the effect of context on memory retrieval in Lymnaea

      LEARNING & MEMORY
    2. Murphy, AD
      The neuronal basis of feeding in the snail, Helisoma, with comparisons to selected gastropods

      PROGRESS IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    3. Ierusalimsky, VN; Balaban, PM
      Ontogenesis of the snail, Helix aspersa: Embryogenesis timetable and ontogenesis of GABA-like immunoreactive neurons in the central nervous system

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCYTOLOGY
    4. Kemenes, G; Staras, K; Benjamin, PR
      Multiple types of control by identified interneurons in a sensory-activated rhythmic motor pattern

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    5. Janse, C; van der Roest, M
      cAMP and excitability in neuroendocrine cells during reproductive senescence

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING
    6. Gutierrez, A; Perera, G; Yong, M; Wong, L
      The effect of isolation on the life-history traits of Pseodosuccinea columella (Pulmonata : Lymnaeidae)

      MEMORIAS DO INSTITUTO OSWALDO CRUZ
    7. Vehovszky, A; Elliott, CJH
      Activation and reconfiguration of fictive feeding by the octopamine-containing modulatory OC interneurons in the snail Lymnaea

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    8. Jones, N; Kemenes, G; Benjamin, PR
      Selective expression of electrical correlates of differential appetitive classical conditioning in a feeding network

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Lacoste, A; Malham, SK; Cueff, A; Poulet, SA
      Stress-induced catecholamine changes in the hemolymph of the oyster Crassostrea gigas

      GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY
    10. Woodall, AJ; McCrohan, CR
      Excitatory actions of propofol and ketamine in the snail Lymnaea stagnalis

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-TOXICOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY
    11. Santhanagopalan, V; Yoshino, TP
      Monoamines and their metabolites in the freshwater snail Biomphalaria glabrata

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR AND INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Elekes, K
      Snail nervous system: From classical histology to chemical and molecular neuroanatomy

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    13. Campbell, MM; White, KN; Jugdaohsingh, R; Powell, JJ; McCrohan, CR
      Effect of aluminum and silicic acid on the behaviour of the freshwater snail Lymnaea stagnalis

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    14. Kojima, S; Ogawa, H; Kouuchi, T; Nidaira, T; Hosono, T; Ito, E
      Neuron-independent Ca2+ signaling in glial cells of snail's brain

      NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Kobayashi, S; Ogawa, H; Fujito, V; Ito, E
      Nitric oxide suppresses fictive feeding response in Lymnaea stagnalis

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    16. Sadamoto, H; Yamanaka, M; Hatakeyama, D; Nakamura, H; Kojima, S; Yamashita, M; Ito, E
      Developmental study of anatomical substrate for conditioned taste aversionin Lymnaea stagnalis

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    17. Elliott, CJH; Vehovszky, A
      Comparative pharmacology of feeding in molluscs

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    18. Copping, J; Syed, NI; Winlow, W
      Seasonal plasticity of synaptic connections between identified neurones inLymnaea

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    19. Janse, C
      Changes in molluscan neurosecretory cells during reproductive cessation: Cause or effect?

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    20. Magoski, NS; Bulloch, AGM
      Stability and variability of synapses in the adult molluskan CNS

      JOURNAL OF NEUROBIOLOGY
    21. Koene, JM; Jansen, RF; Ter Maat, A; Chase, R
      A conserved location for the central nervous system control of mating behaviour in gastropod molluscs: Evidence from a terrestrial snail

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    22. Sidelnikov, AP; Stepanov, IL
      Influence of population density on growth and regenerative capacity of thesnail Achatina fulica

      IZVESTIYA AKADEMII NAUK SERIYA BIOLOGICHESKAYA
    23. Nakamura, H; Kobayashi, S; Kojima, S; Urano, A; Ito, E
      PKA-dependent regulation of synaptic enhancement between a buccal motor neuron and its regulatory interneuron in Lymnaea stagnalis

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    24. Yamanaka, M; Sadamoto, H; Hatakeyama, D; Nakamura, H; Kojima, S; Kimura, T; Yamashita, M; Urano, A; Ito, E
      Developmental changes in conditioned taste aversion in Lymnaea stagnalis

      ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    25. Kamardin, N; Szucs, A; Rozsa, KS
      Distinct responses of osphradial neurons to chemical stimuli and neurotransmitters in Lymnaea stagnalis L.

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR NEUROBIOLOGY
    26. Stares, K; Kemenes, G; Benjamin, PR
      Cellular traces of behavioral classical conditioning can be recorded at several specific sites in a simple nervous system

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    27. Kemenes, G
      Cellular analysis of appetitive learning in invertebrates

      ACTA BIOLOGICA HUNGARICA
    28. Janse, C; Peretz, B; van der Roest, M; Dubelaar, EJG
      Excitability and branching of neuroendocrine cells during reproductive senescence

      NEUROBIOLOGY OF AGING
    29. Nakamura, H; Kojima, S; Kobayashi, S; Ito, I; Fujito, Y; Suzuki, H; Ito, E
      Physiological characterization of lip and tentacle nerves in Lymnaea stagnalis

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    30. Nakamura, H; Ito, I; Kojima, S; Fujito, Y; Suzuki, H; Ito, E
      Histological characterization of lip and tentacle nerves in Lymnaea stagnalis

      NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
    31. Jones, JI; Young, JO; Haynes, GM; Moss, B; Eaton, JW; Hardwick, KJ
      Do submerged aquatic plants influence their periphyton to enhance the growth and reproduction of invertebrate mutualists?

      OECOLOGIA
    32. Jansen, RF; Pieneman, AW; ter Maat, A
      Pattern generation in the buccal system of freely behaving Lymnaea stagnalis

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    33. Staras, K; Kemenes, G; Benjamin, PR
      Electrophysiological and behavioral analysis of lip touch as a component of the food stimulus in the snail Lymnaea

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    34. Magoski, NS; Bulloch, AGM
      Dopamine activates two different receptors to produce variability in sign at an identified synapse

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    35. HIRIPI L; VEHOVSZKY A; JUHOS S; ELEKES K
      AN OCTOPAMINERGIC SYSTEM IN THE CNS OF THE SNAILS, LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS AND HELIX-POMATIA

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    36. VEHOVSZKY A; ELLIOTT CJH; VORONEZHSKAYA EE; HIRIPI L; ELEKES K
      OCTOPAMINE - A NEW FEEDING MODULATOR IN LYMNAEA

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    37. HORAK P; NEELEMAN AP; VANDERKNAAP WPW; SMINIA T
      EFFECT OF SACCHARIDES ON PLASMA MEDIATED HEMAGGLUTINATION AND IN-VITRO PHAGOCYTOSIS BY HEMOCYTES OF THE SNAIL LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Comparative haematology international
    38. HERMANN PM; BULLOCH AGM
      DEVELOPMENTAL PLASTICITY OF RESPIRATORY BEHAVIOR IN LYMNAEA

      Behavioral neuroscience
    39. TENSEN CP; COX KJA; SMIT AB; VANDERSCHORS RC; MEYERHOF W; RICHTER D; PLANTA RJ; HERMANN PM; VANMINNEN J; GERAERTS WPM; KNOL JC; BURKE JF; VREUGDENHIL E; VANHEERIKHUIZEN H
      THE LYMNAEA CARDIOEXCITATORY PEPTIDE (LYCEP) RECEPTOR - A G-PROTEIN-COUPLED RECEPTOR FOR A NOVEL MEMBER OF THE RFAMIDE NEUROPEPTIDE FAMILY

      The Journal of neuroscience
    40. STARAS K; KEMENES G; BENJAMIN PR
      PATTERN-GENERATING ROLE FOR MOTONEURONS IN A RHYTHMICALLY ACTIVE NEURONAL NETWORK

      The Journal of neuroscience
    41. LEGIERSE KCHM; SIJM DTHM; VANLEEUWEN CJ; SEINEN W; HERMENS JLM
      BIOCONCENTRATION KINETICS OF CHLOROBENZENES AND THE ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDE CHLORTHION IN THE POND SNAIL LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS - A COMPARISON WITH THE GUPPY POECILIA-RETICULATA

      Aquatic toxicology
    42. GOMOT A
      TOXIC EFFECTS OF CADMIUM ON REPRODUCTION, DEVELOPMENT, AND HATCHING IN THE FRESH-WATER SNAIL LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS FOR WATER-QUALITY MONITORING

      Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
    43. ZANCAN DM; BRAUER M; ACHAVAL M
      MONOAMINE-CONTAINING NEURONS IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF MEGALOBULIMUS-OBLONGUS (GASTROPODA, PULMONATA)

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Section A: Comparative physiology
    44. KITS KS; DREIJER AMC; LODDER JC; BORGDORFF A; WADMAN WJ
      HIGH INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM LEVELS DURING AND AFTER ELECTRICAL DISCHARGES IN MOLLUSCAN PEPTIDERGIC NEURONS

      Neuroscience
    45. KEMENES G
      IN-VIVO NEUROPHARMACOLOGICAL AND IN-VITRO LASER-ABLATION TECHNIQUES AS TOOLS IN THE ANALYSIS OF NEURONAL CIRCUITS UNDERLYING BEHAVIOR IN A MOLLUSCAN MODEL SYSTEM

      General pharmacology
    46. KOJIMA S; NANAKAMURA H; NAGAYAMA S; FUJITO Y; ITO E
      ENHANCEMENT OF AN INHIBITORY INPUT TO THE FEEDING CENTRAL PATTERN GENERATOR IN LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS DURING CONDITIONED TASTE-AVERSION LEARNING

      Neuroscience letters
    47. WARD PI; GOATER CP; MIKOS M
      SHELL VARIATION IN SYMPATRIC FRESH-WATER LYMNAEA-PEREGRA AND LYMNAEA-OVATA (GASTROPODA, LYMNAEIDAE)

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    48. DEBOER PACM; TERMAAT A; PIENEMAN AW; CROLL RP; KUROKAWA M; JANSEN RF
      FUNCTIONAL-ROLE OF PEPTIDERGIC ANTERIOR LOBE NEURONS IN MALE SEXUAL-BEHAVIOR OF THE SNAIL LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    49. BRIERLEY MJ; YEOMAN MS; BENJAMIN PR
      GLUTAMATERGIC N2V CELLS ARE CENTRAL PATTERN GENERATOR INTERNEURONS OFTHE LYMNAEA FEEDING SYSTEM - NEW MODEL FOR RHYTHM GENERATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    50. JANSEN RF; PIENEMAN AW; TERMAAT A
      BEHAVIOR-DEPENDENT ACTIVITIES OF A CENTRAL PATTERN GENERATOR IN FREELY BEHAVING LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    51. MAGOSKI NS; BULLOCH AGM
      LOCALIZATION, PHYSIOLOGY, AND MODULATION OF A MOLLUSKAN DOPAMINERGIC SYNAPSE

      Journal of neurobiology
    52. DEBOER PACM; JANSEN RF; KOENE JM; TERMAAT A
      NERVOUS CONTROL OF MALE SEXUAL DRIVE IN THE HERMAPHRODITIC SNAIL LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    53. HORAK P; VANDERKNAAP WPW
      LECTINS IN SNAIL-TREMATODE IMMUNE INTERACTIONS - A REVIEW

      Folia parasitologica
    54. BRENDELBERGER H
      CONTRASTING FEEDING STRATEGIES OF 2 FRESH-WATER GASTROPODS, RADIX-PEREGRA (LYMNAEIDAE) AND BITHYNIA-TENTACULATA (BITHYNIIDAE)

      Archiv fur Hydrobiologie
    55. SANTAMA N; LI KW; GERAERTS WPM; BENJAMIN PR; BURKE JF
      POSTTRANSLATIONAL PROCESSING OF THE ALTERNATIVE NEUROPEPTIDE PRECURSOR ENCODED BY THE FMRFAMIDE GENE IN THE PULMONATE SNAIL LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      European journal of neuroscience
    56. DEBOER PACM; JANSEN RF; TERMAAT A
      COPULATION IN THE HERMAPHRODITIC SNAIL LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS - A REVIEW

      INVERTEBRATE REPRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT
    57. BATURO W; LAGADIC L
      BENZO[A]PYRENE HYDROXYLASE AND GLUTATHIONE-S-TRANSFERASE ACTIVITIES AS BIOMARKERS IN LYMNAEA-PALUSTRIS (MOLLUSCA, GASTROPODA) EXPOSED TO ATRAZINE AND HEXACHLOROBENZENE IN FRESH-WATER MESOCOSMS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    58. TERMAAT A; FERGUSON GP
      NEURONAL INPUT CONTRIBUTES TO SEQUENCE OF APLYSIA EGG-LAYING BEHAVIORS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    59. NESIC OB; MAGOSKI NS; MCKENNEY KK; SYED NI; LUKOWIAK K; BULLOCH AGM
      GLUTAMATE AS A PUTATIVE NEUROTRANSMITTER IN THE MOLLUSK, LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Neuroscience
    60. SROZSA K; RUBAKHIN SS; SZUCS A; STEFANO GB
      MET-ENKEPHALIN AND MORPHICEPTIN MODULATE A GABA-INDUCED INWARD CURRENT IN THE CNS OF LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS L

      General pharmacology
    61. CSOKNYA M; LENGVARI I; HIRIPI L; ECKERT M; RAPUS J; ELEKES K
      OCTOPAMINE IN THE CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF OLIGOCHAETA - AN IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL-STUDY

      Cell and tissue research
    62. WHELAN HA; MCCROHAN CR
      FOOD-RELATED CONDITIONING AND NEURONAL CORRELATES IN THE FRESH-WATER SNAIL LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Journal of molluscan studies
    63. INOUE T; TAKASAKI M; LUKOWIAK K; SYED NI
      IDENTIFICATION OF A PUTATIVE MECHANOSENSORY NEURON IN LYMNAEA - CHARACTERIZATION OF ITS SYNAPTIC AND FUNCTIONAL CONNECTIONS WITH THE WHOLE-BODY WITHDRAWAL INTERNEURON

      Journal of neurophysiology
    64. INOUE T; TAKASAKI M; LUKOWIAK K; SYED NI
      INHIBITION OF THE RESPIRATORY PATTERN-GENERATING NEURONS BY AN IDENTIFIED WHOLE-BODY WITHDRAWAL INTERNEURON OF LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    65. EWADINGER NM; RIDGWAY RL; SYED NI; LUKOWIAK K; BULLOCH AGM
      IDENTIFICATION AND LOCALIZATION OF A [MET(5)]-ENKEPHALIN-LIKE PEPTIDEIN THE MOLLUSK, LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Brain research
    66. SPENCER GE; SYED NI; LUKOWIAK K; WINLOW W
      HALOTHANE AFFECTS BOTH INHIBITORY AND EXCITATORY SYNAPTIC TRANSMISSION AT A SINGLE IDENTIFIED MOLLUSCAN SYNAPSE, IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      Brain research
    67. BATURO W; LAGADIC L; CAQUET T
      GROWTH, FECUNDITY AND GLYCOGEN UTILIZATION IN LYMNAEA-PALUSTRIS EXPOSED TO ATRAZINE AND HEXACHLOROBENZENE IN FRESH-WATER MESOCOSMS

      Environmental toxicology and chemistry
    68. BERNHEIM SM; MAYERI E
      COMPLEX BEHAVIOR INDUCED BY EGG-LAYING HORMONE IN APLYSIA

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    69. CARPENTER DO; KEMENES G; ELEKES K; LEUNG M; STEFANO G; ROZSA KS; SALANKI J
      OPIOID-PEPTIDES IN THE NERVOUS-SYSTEM OF APLYSIA - A COMBINED BIOCHEMICAL, IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL, AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY

      Cellular and molecular neurobiology
    70. HENRY M; BENLINMAME N; BELHSEN OK; JULE Y; MATHIEU M
      IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF FMRFAMIDE-CONTAINING NEURONS AND NERVE-FIBERS IN THE GANGLIA AND THE GONAD WALL OF THE SCALLOP, PECTEN-MAXIMUS (L)

      Neuropeptides
    71. SPENCER GE; SYED NI; LUKOWIAK K; WINLOW W
      HALOTHANE-INDUCED SYNAPTIC DEPRESSION AT BOTH IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO RECONSTRUCTED SYNAPSES BETWEEN IDENTIFIED LYMNAEA NEURONS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    72. MAGOSKI NS; BAUCE LG; SYED NI; BULLOCH AGM
      DOPAMINERGIC TRANSMISSION BETWEEN IDENTIFIED NEURONS FROM THE MOLLUSK, LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    73. MOROZ LL; WINLOW W; TURNER RW; BULLOCH AGM; LUKOWIAK K; SYED NI
      NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE-IMMUNOREACTIVE CELLS IN THE CNS AND PERIPHERY OF LYMNAEA

      NeuroReport
    74. BOER HH; MONTAGNEWAJER C
      FUNCTIONAL-MORPHOLOGY OF THE NEUROPEPTIDERGIC LIGHT-YELLOW-CELL SYSTEM IN PULMONATE SNAILS

      Cell and tissue research
    75. KEMENES G; BENJAMIN PR
      TRAINING IN A NOVEL ENVIRONMENT IMPROVES THE APPETITIVE LEARNING-PERFORMANCE OF THE SNAIL, LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Behavioral and neural biology
    76. DYAKONOVA VE; SAKHAROV DA
      INVOLVEMENT OF ENDOGENOUS OPIOID SYSTEM I N CONTROL OF FEEDING AND DEFENSIVE BEHAVIOR IN THE MOLLUSK LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Zurnal vyssej nervnoj deatelnosti im. I.P. Pavlova
    77. LOKER ES; COUCH L; HERTEL LA
      ELEVATED AGGLUTINATION TITERS IN PLASMA OF BIOMPHALARIA-GLABRATA EXPOSED TO ECHINOSTOMA-PARAENSEI - CHARACTERIZATION AND FUNCTIONAL RELEVANCE OF A TREMATODE-INDUCED RESPONSE

      Parasitology
    78. BROWN KM; CARMAN KR; INCHAUSTY V
      DENSITY-DEPENDENT INFLUENCES ON FEEDING AND METABOLISM IN A FRESH-WATER SNAIL

      Oecologia
    79. YEOMAN MS; PIENEMAN AW; FERGUSON GP; TERMAAT A; BENJAMIN PR
      MODULATORY ROLE FOR THE SEROTONERGIC CEREBRAL GIANT-CELLS IN THE FEEDING SYSTEM OF THE SNAIL, LYMNAEA .1. FINE WIRE RECORDING IN THE INTACTANIMAL AND PHARMACOLOGY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    80. YEOMAN MS; KEMENES G; BENJAMIN PR; ELLIOTT CJH
      MODULATORY ROLE FOR THE SEROTONERGIC CEREBRAL GIANT-CELLS IN THE FEEDING SYSTEM OF THE SNAIL, LYMNAEA .2. PHOTOINACTIVATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    81. MAGOSKI NS; SYED NI; BULLOCH AGM
      A NEURONAL NETWORK FROM THE MOLLUSK LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Brain research
    82. MOED PJ; PIENEMAN AW; TERMAAT A
      THE ROLE OF INTRACELLULAR PH IN THE REGULATION OF ELECTRICAL-ACTIVITYOF THE NEUROENDOCRINE CAUDODORSAL CELLS OF LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Physiology
    83. MOROZ LL; PARK JH; WINLOW W
      NITRIC-OXIDE ACTIVATES BUCCAL MOTOR PATTERNS IN LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      NeuroReport
    84. DYAKONOVA TL; MOROZ LL; WINLOW W
      EFFECTS OF MET-ENKEPHALIN ON ELECTRICAL COUPLING BETWEEN IDENTIFIED NEURONS IN THE PULMONATE SNAILS, HELIX AND LYMNAEA

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology
    85. MOROZ LL; WINLOW W
      MET-ENKEPHALIN MODULATES RHYTHMIC ACTIVITY IN CENTRAL NEURONS OF LYMNAEA-STAGNALIS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology
    86. BRIGHT K; KELLETT E; SAUNDERS SE; BRIERLEY M; BURKE JF; BENJAMIN PR
      MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE EXPRESSION OF ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED FMRFAMIDE TRANSCRIPTS IN IDENTIFIED NEURONAL SYSTEMS OF THE SNAIL LYMNAEA

      The Journal of neuroscience
    87. YEOMAN MS; PARISH DC; BENJAMIN PR
      A CHOLINERGIC MODULATORY INTERNEURON IN THE FEEDING SYSTEM OF THE SNAIL, LYMNAEA

      Journal of neurophysiology
    88. MCKILLOP WB; MCKILLOP WM; CONROY AC
      OBSERVATIONS ON THE LIFE-HISTORY AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE SHOWY POND SNAIL, BULIMNEA-MEGASOMA (SAY) (GASTROPODA, PULMONATA) IN SOUTHEASTERN MANITOBA

      Canadian field-naturalist
    89. SAKHAROV D; NEZLIN L; MOROZ L; ELOFSSON R
      PATTERNS OF ENKEPHALIN IMMUNOLABELING IN THE PULMONATE SNAIL CEPAEA-NEMORALIS AND RELATED MOLLUSKS

      Brain research


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