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GO Term History: Displaying 53 audit records for all terms for the date 2004-02-27

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Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2004-02-27 GO:0018308 obsolete enzyme active site formation via N6-pyruvic acid 2-iminyl-L-lysine Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The transient modification of lysine by pyruvate to form N6-pyruvic acid 2-iminyl-L-lysine, found in the active site of dihydrodipicolinate synthase.
2004-02-27 GO:0018337 obsolete enzyme active site formation via L-2',4',5'-topaquinone Added DEFINITION OBSOLETE (was not defined before being made obsolete).
2004-02-27 GO:0007590 obsolete fat body metabolic process (sensu Insecta) Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The chemical reactions and physical changes involving the fat body. A fat body is a fat-containing cellular structure which serves as an energy reserve. As in, but not restricted to, the true insects (Insecta, ncbi_taxonomy_id:50557).
2004-02-27 GO:0001826 inner cell mass cell differentiation Updated DEFINITION The differentiation of inner cell mass cells (TS4,inner cell mass; EMAP:14).
2004-02-27 GO:0001827 inner cell mass cell fate commitment Updated DEFINITION The cell fate commitment of precursor cells (TS4,compacted morula; EMAP:13)that will become inner cell mass cells (TS4, inner cell mass; EMAP:14).
2004-02-27 GO:0001833 inner cell mass cell proliferation Updated DEFINITION The proliferation of cells in the inner cell mass (TS4,inner cell mass; EMAP:14 |TS5,inner cell mass; EMAP:24).
2004-02-27 GO:0001828 inner cell mass cellular morphogenesis Updated DEFINITION The morphogenesis of cells in the inner cell mass (TS4,inner cell mass; EMAP:14 |TS5,inner cell mass; EMAP:24).
2004-02-27 GO:0018262 isopeptide cross-linking Added DEFINITION The formation of a covalent cross-link between or within peptide chains, where either the amino group or the carboxyl group, or both, are not attached to the alpha carbon.
2004-02-27 GO:0018264 isopeptide cross-linking via N-(L-isoaspartyl)-glycine Updated DEFINITION The formation of an isopeptide cross-link between peptidyl-asparagine and peptidyl-glycine to produce N-(L-isoaspartyl)-glycine.
2004-02-27 GO:0018263 isopeptide cross-linking via N-(L-isoaspartyl)-L-cysteine Updated DEFINITION The formation of an isopeptide cross-link between peptidyl-asparagine and peptidyl-cysteine to produce N-(L-isoaspartyl)-L-cysteine.
2004-02-27 GO:0018153 isopeptide cross-linking via N6-(L-isoglutamyl)-L-lysine Updated DEFINITION The formation of an isopeptide cross-link between peptidyl-lysine and peptidyl-glutamine to produce N6-(L-isoglutamyl)-L-lysine.
2004-02-27 GO:0018276 isopeptide cross-linking via N6-glycyl-L-lysine Updated DEFINITION The formation of an isopeptide cross-link between peptidyl-lysine and peptidyl-glycine to produce N6-glycyl-L-lysine.
2004-02-27 GO:0030077 plasma membrane light-harvesting complex Updated DEFINITION A light-harvesting complex; as in, but not restricted to, the purple bacteria and relatives (Proteobacteria, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1224).
2004-02-27 GO:0046945 N-terminal peptidyl-alanine N-carbamoylation Added DEFINITION The carbamylation of the N-terminal alanine of proteins to form the derivative N-carbamoyl-L-alanine.
2004-02-27 GO:0018218 peptidyl-cysteine phosphorylation Updated DEFINITION The phosphorylation of peptidyl-cysteine to form peptidyl-S-phospho-L-cysteine.
2004-02-27 GO:0010205 photoinhibition Updated DEFINITION The mechanism by which high light intensity inhibits photosynthesis through inactivation of the D1 protein of photosystem II.
2004-02-27 GO:0009768 photosynthesis, light harvesting in photosystem I Added DEFINITION After a photon of light is absorbed by one of the many chlorophyll molecules, in one of the light-harvesting complexes of an antenna on photosystem I, some of the absorbed energy is transferred to the pair of chlorophyll molecules in the reaction center.
2004-02-27 GO:0009769 photosynthesis, light harvesting in photosystem II Added DEFINITION After a photon of light is absorbed by one of the many chlorophyll molecules, in one of the light-harvesting complexes of an antenna on photosystem II, some of the absorbed energy is transferred to the pair of chlorophyll molecules in the reaction center.
2004-02-27 GO:0009773 photosynthetic electron transport in photosystem I Added DEFINITION Electrons move from the primary electron acceptor (Quinone, X) through a chain of electron transport molecules in the thylakoid membrane until they reach ferredoxin which passes the electron to the ultimate electron acceptor; NADP.
2004-02-27 GO:0009772 photosynthetic electron transport in photosystem II Added DEFINITION Electrons move from the primary electron acceptor (Quinone, Q) through a chain of electron transport molecules in the thylakoid membrane until they reach the ultimate electron acceptor of Photosystem II, which is plastocyanin (PC). The electron is then passed to the P700 chlorophyll a molecules of the reaction centre of phtosystem I.
2004-02-27 GO:0030094 plasma membrane-derived photosystem I Added DEFINITION Photosystem I; as in, but not restricted to, the blue-green algae (Cyanobacteria, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1117).
2004-02-27 GO:0030093 chloroplast photosystem I Added DEFINITION Phtosystem I; as in, but not restricted to, green plants and algae (Viridiplantae, ncbi_taxonomy_id:33090).
2004-02-27 GO:0009782 photosystem I antenna complex Added DEFINITION The antenna complex of photosystem I. A photosystem has two closely linked components, an antenna containing light-absorbing pigments and a reaction center. Each antenna contains one or more light-harvesting complexes (LHCs).
2004-02-27 GO:0030096 plasma membrane-derived thylakoid photosystem II Added DEFINITION Photosystem II; as in, but not restricted to, the blue-green algae (Cyanobacteria, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1117).
2004-02-27 GO:0030095 chloroplast photosystem II Added DEFINITION Phtosystem II; as in, but not restricted to, green plants and algae (Viridiplantae, ncbi_taxonomy_id:33090).
2004-02-27 GO:0009783 photosystem II antenna complex Added DEFINITION The antenna complex of photosystem II. A photosystem has two closely linked components, an antenna containing light-absorbing pigments and a reaction center. Each antenna contains one or more light-harvesting complexes (LHCs).
2004-02-27 GO:0010207 photosystem II assembly Updated DEFINITION Formation of photosystem II complex on thylakoid membrane. In plants, the photosystem II complex consists of over 20 polypeptides encoded by either nuclear or chloroplast genome.
2004-02-27 GO:0010206 photosystem II repair Updated DEFINITION Proteolysis of the damaged D1 protein and re-assembly of a new D1 subunit in the Photosystem II following photoinhibition.
2004-02-27 GO:0010208 pollen wall assembly Updated DEFINITION The formation of reticulate pollen wall pattern consisting of two layers, exine and intine.
2004-02-27 GO:0009770 primary charge separation in photosystem I Added DEFINITION Energized reaction-center P700 chlorophylls on photosystem I donate an electron to a loosely bound Quinone acceptor molecule X, on the stromal surface of the thylakoid membrane. The result is charge separation; a negative charge on the stromal side of the thylakoid membrane and a positive charge on the luminal side.
2004-02-27 GO:0009771 primary charge separation in photosystem II Added DEFINITION Energized reaction-center P680 chlorophylls on photosystem II donate an electron to a loosely bound acceptor molecule, the quinone Q, on the stromal surface of the thylakoid membrane. The result is charge separation; a negative charge on the stromal side of the thylakoid membrane and a positive charge on the luminal side.
2004-02-27 GO:0018117 protein adenylylation Updated DEFINITION The addition of phospho-adenosine to a protein amino acid.
2004-02-27 GO:0018260 protein guanylylation Updated DEFINITION The addition of phospho-guanosine to a protein amino acid.
2004-02-27 GO:0018175 protein nucleotidylation Updated DEFINITION The addition of a nucleotide to a protein amino acid.
2004-02-27 GO:0005114 type II transforming growth factor beta receptor binding Added DEFINITION Interacting selectively with the punt protein, a type II transforming growth factor beta receptor.
2004-02-27 GO:0030075 bacterial thylakoid Updated DEFINITION A thylakoid; as in, but not restricted to, the blue-green algae (Cyanobacteria, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1117).
2004-02-27 GO:0030074 obsolete thylakoid (sensu Proteobacteria) Updated DEFINITION A thylakoid; as in, but not restricted to, the purple bacteria and relatives (Proteobacteria, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1224).
2004-02-27 GO:0001829 trophectodermal cell differentiation Updated DEFINITION The differentiation of trophectoderm cells (TS4,trophectoderm; EMAP:19).
2004-02-27 GO:0001830 trophectodermal cell fate commitment Updated DEFINITION The cell fate commitment of precursor cells that will become trophectoderm cells (TS4,trophectoderm; EMAP:19).
2004-02-27 GO:0001834 trophectodermal cell proliferation Updated DEFINITION The proliferation of cells in the trophectoderm (TS4,trophectoderm; EMAP:19|TS5,trophectoderm; EMAP:28|TS6,trophectoderm; EMAP:39).
2004-02-27 GO:0001831 trophectodermal cellular morphogenesis Updated DEFINITION The morphogenesis of trophectoderm cells (TS4,trophectoderm; EMAP:19|TS5, trophectoderm; EMAP:28|TS6, trophectoderm; EMAP:39).
2004-02-27 GO:0003787 obsolete actin depolymerizing activity Added DEFINITION OBSOLETE (was not defined before being made obsolete).
2004-02-27 GO:0008651 obsolete actin polymerizing activity Added DEFINITION OBSOLETE (was not defined before being made obsolete).
2004-02-27 GO:0048286 lung alveolus development Updated DEFINITION Development of a sac for holding air in the lungs; formed by the terminal dilation of air passageways.
2004-02-27 GO:0001824 blastocyst development Updated DEFINITION The formation and subsequent development of the mammalian blastocyst (TS5,embryo; EMAP:23), a hollow ball of cells containing two cell types, the inner cell mass (TS5,inner cell mass; EMAP:24) and the trophectoderm (TS5, trophectoderm; EMAP:28).
2004-02-27 GO:0001825 blastocyst formation Updated DEFINITION The initial formation of a blastocyst from a solid ball of cells known as a morula (TS3, compacted morula; EMAP:9.).
2004-02-27 GO:0001832 blastocyst growth Updated DEFINITION An increase in size of a blastocyst due to expansion of the blastocoelic cavity (TS4,blastocoelic cavity; EMAP:17|TS5,blastocoelic cavity; EMAP:27|TS6,blastocoelic cavity; EMAP:36) cell shape changes, and cell proliferation.
2004-02-27 GO:0001835 blastocyst hatching Updated DEFINITION The hatching of the cellular blastocyst from the zona pellucida (TS4,zona pellucida; EMAP:22|TS5,embryo; EMAP:23).
2004-02-27 GO:0040002 collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle development Updated DEFINITION Synthesis and deposition of a noncellular, hardened, or membranous secretion from an epithelial sheet, as in, but not restricted to, the roundworms (Nematoda, ncbi_taxonomy_id:6231).
2004-02-27 GO:0004171 obsolete deoxyhypusine synthase activity Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. Catalysis of the reaction: [eIF5A-precursor]-lysine + spermidine = [eIF5A-precursor]-deoxyhypusine + propane-1,3-diamine.
2004-02-27 GO:0009387 DNA supercoiling activity Updated DEFINITION Catalysis of the supercoiling of DNA, whereby DNA has its axis arranged in a helical coil, the usual form in vivo.
2004-02-27 GO:0042395 ecdysis, collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle Updated DEFINITION The shedding of the old cuticular fragments during the molting cycle, as in, but not restricted to, the roundworms (Nematoda, ncbi_taxonomy_id:6231).
2004-02-27 GO:0018183 obsolete enzyme active site formation via S-selenyl-L-cysteine Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The transient selenylation of peptidyl-cysteine to form S-selenyl-L-cysteine.

Definition/synonyms

Timestamp GO ID GO Term Name Action Category Detail
2004-02-27 GO:0018308 obsolete enzyme active site formation via N6-pyruvic acid 2-iminyl-L-lysine Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The transient modification of lysine by pyruvate to form N6-pyruvic acid 2-iminyl-L-lysine, found in the active site of dihydrodipicolinate synthase.
2004-02-27 GO:0018337 obsolete enzyme active site formation via L-2',4',5'-topaquinone Added DEFINITION OBSOLETE (was not defined before being made obsolete).
2004-02-27 GO:0007590 obsolete fat body metabolic process (sensu Insecta) Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The chemical reactions and physical changes involving the fat body. A fat body is a fat-containing cellular structure which serves as an energy reserve. As in, but not restricted to, the true insects (Insecta, ncbi_taxonomy_id:50557).
2004-02-27 GO:0001826 inner cell mass cell differentiation Updated DEFINITION The differentiation of inner cell mass cells (TS4,inner cell mass; EMAP:14).
2004-02-27 GO:0001827 inner cell mass cell fate commitment Updated DEFINITION The cell fate commitment of precursor cells (TS4,compacted morula; EMAP:13)that will become inner cell mass cells (TS4, inner cell mass; EMAP:14).
2004-02-27 GO:0001833 inner cell mass cell proliferation Updated DEFINITION The proliferation of cells in the inner cell mass (TS4,inner cell mass; EMAP:14 |TS5,inner cell mass; EMAP:24).
2004-02-27 GO:0001828 inner cell mass cellular morphogenesis Updated DEFINITION The morphogenesis of cells in the inner cell mass (TS4,inner cell mass; EMAP:14 |TS5,inner cell mass; EMAP:24).
2004-02-27 GO:0018262 isopeptide cross-linking Added DEFINITION The formation of a covalent cross-link between or within peptide chains, where either the amino group or the carboxyl group, or both, are not attached to the alpha carbon.
2004-02-27 GO:0018264 isopeptide cross-linking via N-(L-isoaspartyl)-glycine Updated DEFINITION The formation of an isopeptide cross-link between peptidyl-asparagine and peptidyl-glycine to produce N-(L-isoaspartyl)-glycine.
2004-02-27 GO:0018263 isopeptide cross-linking via N-(L-isoaspartyl)-L-cysteine Updated DEFINITION The formation of an isopeptide cross-link between peptidyl-asparagine and peptidyl-cysteine to produce N-(L-isoaspartyl)-L-cysteine.
2004-02-27 GO:0018153 isopeptide cross-linking via N6-(L-isoglutamyl)-L-lysine Updated DEFINITION The formation of an isopeptide cross-link between peptidyl-lysine and peptidyl-glutamine to produce N6-(L-isoglutamyl)-L-lysine.
2004-02-27 GO:0018276 isopeptide cross-linking via N6-glycyl-L-lysine Updated DEFINITION The formation of an isopeptide cross-link between peptidyl-lysine and peptidyl-glycine to produce N6-glycyl-L-lysine.
2004-02-27 GO:0030077 plasma membrane light-harvesting complex Updated DEFINITION A light-harvesting complex; as in, but not restricted to, the purple bacteria and relatives (Proteobacteria, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1224).
2004-02-27 GO:0046945 N-terminal peptidyl-alanine N-carbamoylation Added DEFINITION The carbamylation of the N-terminal alanine of proteins to form the derivative N-carbamoyl-L-alanine.
2004-02-27 GO:0018218 peptidyl-cysteine phosphorylation Updated DEFINITION The phosphorylation of peptidyl-cysteine to form peptidyl-S-phospho-L-cysteine.
2004-02-27 GO:0010205 photoinhibition Updated DEFINITION The mechanism by which high light intensity inhibits photosynthesis through inactivation of the D1 protein of photosystem II.
2004-02-27 GO:0009768 photosynthesis, light harvesting in photosystem I Added DEFINITION After a photon of light is absorbed by one of the many chlorophyll molecules, in one of the light-harvesting complexes of an antenna on photosystem I, some of the absorbed energy is transferred to the pair of chlorophyll molecules in the reaction center.
2004-02-27 GO:0009769 photosynthesis, light harvesting in photosystem II Added DEFINITION After a photon of light is absorbed by one of the many chlorophyll molecules, in one of the light-harvesting complexes of an antenna on photosystem II, some of the absorbed energy is transferred to the pair of chlorophyll molecules in the reaction center.
2004-02-27 GO:0009773 photosynthetic electron transport in photosystem I Added DEFINITION Electrons move from the primary electron acceptor (Quinone, X) through a chain of electron transport molecules in the thylakoid membrane until they reach ferredoxin which passes the electron to the ultimate electron acceptor; NADP.
2004-02-27 GO:0009772 photosynthetic electron transport in photosystem II Added DEFINITION Electrons move from the primary electron acceptor (Quinone, Q) through a chain of electron transport molecules in the thylakoid membrane until they reach the ultimate electron acceptor of Photosystem II, which is plastocyanin (PC). The electron is then passed to the P700 chlorophyll a molecules of the reaction centre of phtosystem I.
2004-02-27 GO:0030094 plasma membrane-derived photosystem I Added DEFINITION Photosystem I; as in, but not restricted to, the blue-green algae (Cyanobacteria, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1117).
2004-02-27 GO:0030093 chloroplast photosystem I Added DEFINITION Phtosystem I; as in, but not restricted to, green plants and algae (Viridiplantae, ncbi_taxonomy_id:33090).
2004-02-27 GO:0009782 photosystem I antenna complex Added DEFINITION The antenna complex of photosystem I. A photosystem has two closely linked components, an antenna containing light-absorbing pigments and a reaction center. Each antenna contains one or more light-harvesting complexes (LHCs).
2004-02-27 GO:0030096 plasma membrane-derived thylakoid photosystem II Added DEFINITION Photosystem II; as in, but not restricted to, the blue-green algae (Cyanobacteria, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1117).
2004-02-27 GO:0030095 chloroplast photosystem II Added DEFINITION Phtosystem II; as in, but not restricted to, green plants and algae (Viridiplantae, ncbi_taxonomy_id:33090).
2004-02-27 GO:0009783 photosystem II antenna complex Added DEFINITION The antenna complex of photosystem II. A photosystem has two closely linked components, an antenna containing light-absorbing pigments and a reaction center. Each antenna contains one or more light-harvesting complexes (LHCs).
2004-02-27 GO:0010207 photosystem II assembly Updated DEFINITION Formation of photosystem II complex on thylakoid membrane. In plants, the photosystem II complex consists of over 20 polypeptides encoded by either nuclear or chloroplast genome.
2004-02-27 GO:0010206 photosystem II repair Updated DEFINITION Proteolysis of the damaged D1 protein and re-assembly of a new D1 subunit in the Photosystem II following photoinhibition.
2004-02-27 GO:0010208 pollen wall assembly Updated DEFINITION The formation of reticulate pollen wall pattern consisting of two layers, exine and intine.
2004-02-27 GO:0009770 primary charge separation in photosystem I Added DEFINITION Energized reaction-center P700 chlorophylls on photosystem I donate an electron to a loosely bound Quinone acceptor molecule X, on the stromal surface of the thylakoid membrane. The result is charge separation; a negative charge on the stromal side of the thylakoid membrane and a positive charge on the luminal side.
2004-02-27 GO:0009771 primary charge separation in photosystem II Added DEFINITION Energized reaction-center P680 chlorophylls on photosystem II donate an electron to a loosely bound acceptor molecule, the quinone Q, on the stromal surface of the thylakoid membrane. The result is charge separation; a negative charge on the stromal side of the thylakoid membrane and a positive charge on the luminal side.
2004-02-27 GO:0018117 protein adenylylation Updated DEFINITION The addition of phospho-adenosine to a protein amino acid.
2004-02-27 GO:0018260 protein guanylylation Updated DEFINITION The addition of phospho-guanosine to a protein amino acid.
2004-02-27 GO:0018175 protein nucleotidylation Updated DEFINITION The addition of a nucleotide to a protein amino acid.
2004-02-27 GO:0005114 type II transforming growth factor beta receptor binding Added DEFINITION Interacting selectively with the punt protein, a type II transforming growth factor beta receptor.
2004-02-27 GO:0030075 bacterial thylakoid Updated DEFINITION A thylakoid; as in, but not restricted to, the blue-green algae (Cyanobacteria, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1117).
2004-02-27 GO:0030074 obsolete thylakoid (sensu Proteobacteria) Updated DEFINITION A thylakoid; as in, but not restricted to, the purple bacteria and relatives (Proteobacteria, ncbi_taxonomy_id:1224).
2004-02-27 GO:0001829 trophectodermal cell differentiation Updated DEFINITION The differentiation of trophectoderm cells (TS4,trophectoderm; EMAP:19).
2004-02-27 GO:0001830 trophectodermal cell fate commitment Updated DEFINITION The cell fate commitment of precursor cells that will become trophectoderm cells (TS4,trophectoderm; EMAP:19).
2004-02-27 GO:0001834 trophectodermal cell proliferation Updated DEFINITION The proliferation of cells in the trophectoderm (TS4,trophectoderm; EMAP:19|TS5,trophectoderm; EMAP:28|TS6,trophectoderm; EMAP:39).
2004-02-27 GO:0001831 trophectodermal cellular morphogenesis Updated DEFINITION The morphogenesis of trophectoderm cells (TS4,trophectoderm; EMAP:19|TS5, trophectoderm; EMAP:28|TS6, trophectoderm; EMAP:39).
2004-02-27 GO:0003787 obsolete actin depolymerizing activity Added DEFINITION OBSOLETE (was not defined before being made obsolete).
2004-02-27 GO:0008651 obsolete actin polymerizing activity Added DEFINITION OBSOLETE (was not defined before being made obsolete).
2004-02-27 GO:0048286 lung alveolus development Updated DEFINITION Development of a sac for holding air in the lungs; formed by the terminal dilation of air passageways.
2004-02-27 GO:0001824 blastocyst development Updated DEFINITION The formation and subsequent development of the mammalian blastocyst (TS5,embryo; EMAP:23), a hollow ball of cells containing two cell types, the inner cell mass (TS5,inner cell mass; EMAP:24) and the trophectoderm (TS5, trophectoderm; EMAP:28).
2004-02-27 GO:0001825 blastocyst formation Updated DEFINITION The initial formation of a blastocyst from a solid ball of cells known as a morula (TS3, compacted morula; EMAP:9.).
2004-02-27 GO:0001832 blastocyst growth Updated DEFINITION An increase in size of a blastocyst due to expansion of the blastocoelic cavity (TS4,blastocoelic cavity; EMAP:17|TS5,blastocoelic cavity; EMAP:27|TS6,blastocoelic cavity; EMAP:36) cell shape changes, and cell proliferation.
2004-02-27 GO:0001835 blastocyst hatching Updated DEFINITION The hatching of the cellular blastocyst from the zona pellucida (TS4,zona pellucida; EMAP:22|TS5,embryo; EMAP:23).
2004-02-27 GO:0040002 collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle development Updated DEFINITION Synthesis and deposition of a noncellular, hardened, or membranous secretion from an epithelial sheet, as in, but not restricted to, the roundworms (Nematoda, ncbi_taxonomy_id:6231).
2004-02-27 GO:0004171 obsolete deoxyhypusine synthase activity Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. Catalysis of the reaction: [eIF5A-precursor]-lysine + spermidine = [eIF5A-precursor]-deoxyhypusine + propane-1,3-diamine.
2004-02-27 GO:0009387 DNA supercoiling activity Updated DEFINITION Catalysis of the supercoiling of DNA, whereby DNA has its axis arranged in a helical coil, the usual form in vivo.
2004-02-27 GO:0042395 ecdysis, collagen and cuticulin-based cuticle Updated DEFINITION The shedding of the old cuticular fragments during the molting cycle, as in, but not restricted to, the roundworms (Nematoda, ncbi_taxonomy_id:6231).
2004-02-27 GO:0018183 obsolete enzyme active site formation via S-selenyl-L-cysteine Updated DEFINITION OBSOLETE. The transient selenylation of peptidyl-cysteine to form S-selenyl-L-cysteine.
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