PD184352 MEK evaluated cooperative eff ects of Ahi 1 in a BCR ABL

died. CFC colonies formed by CML cells with suppression of AHI 1 were found to be smaller than those resulting from cells transduced with a control vector. It was interesting that more signifi cant reduction in CFC numbers was observed in transduced primary PD184352 MEK inhibitor CML cells from IM nonresponders and blast crisis compared with IM responders. Coexpression of Ahi 1 in BCR ABL inducible cells regulates transforming activities of BCR ABL cells To further investigate potential regulatory roles of Ahi 1 in mediating BCR ABL transforming activities, we evaluated cooperative  transduced BaF3 cell line in which the level of expression of p210 BCR ABL can be variably down regulated by exposure to doxycycline.
Reduction in BCR ABL protein expression in the presence of Dox results in a corresponding BAY 73-4506 decrease in GF independence of BaF3 cells both in liquid suspension cultures and in semisolid cultures in vitro. As shown in Fig. 6, cell growth and survival was dramatically reduced when Dox was added to culture at 48 h, while the same cells showed a marked increase in cell expansion in the absence of both IL 3 and Dox. Similarly, down regulation of BCR ABL expression completely inhibited CFC generation in semisolid cultures in the absence of IL 3. Interestingly, introduction of Ahi 1 into cells with inhibited BCRABL expression under these stringent conditions enabled them to grow continuously in liquid suspension culture, to have less Annexin V apoptotic cells, and to produce more factorindependent CFCs than cells transduced with BCR ABL alone.
These results were consistently observed in two individual clonal cell lines. In the presence of IL 3 and Dox, BCR ABL transduced BaF3 cells showed a signifi cant reduction in CFC production, addition of IL 3 cannot rescue inhibitory effects caused by suppression of BCR ABL expression. This can be enhanced signifi cantly by cotransduction of Ahi 1. Collectively, these results demonstrate the ability of Ahi 1 to immediately reverse in vitro growth defi ciencies resulting from down regulation of BCRABL in vitro, and provide direct evidence of the regulatory role of Ahi 1 in BCR ABL mediated transformation.
Coexpression of Ahi 1 in BCR ABL inducible cells sustains tyrosine phosphorylation of BCR ABL and enhances activation of JAK2 and STAT5 To determine whether coexpression of Ahi 1 in BCR ABL inducible BaF3 cells infl uences protein expression and tyrosine kinase activity of BCR ABL, and candidate downstream signaling that refl ects enhanced transforming phenotypes observed, we performed Q RT PCR and Western blot analyses in these cells in the presence and absence of Dox. As expected, BCR ABL transcripts were highly expressed without Dox and down regulated in the presence of Dox in the BCR ABL inducible cells after 24 48 h in culture. Elevated BCR ABL transcript levels were again observed in BCR ABL and Ahi 1 cotransduced cells generated from two individual cells lines. As expected, Ahi 1 transcripts were highly elevated in cotransduced cells when compared with control BaF3 cells. Strikingly, tyrosine phosphorylation of p210 BCR ABL could not sufficiently be suppressed in Ahi 1 and BCR ABL cotransduced cells, as compared with BCR ABL transduced cells alone in the presence of the same amount of D

TH-302 was introduced into CHO cells

The knockdown of Sig 1R addicted TH-302 t vulnerability of cells pro-apoptotic stimuli. To investigate whether the identified way plays an r Cellular Ma took Protect 1R signaling, we tested oridonin and Bcl-2 overexpression found 1R signaling promotes apoptosis by siRNA. Apoptosis was introduced into CHO cells by the challenge 50 M H2O2 for 48 h. Control cells exhibited apoptosis 8 h after H2O2 exposure increased Ht and the proportion of apoptotic cells hours continuously to 48th Sig 1R siRNA accelerated H2O2-induced apoptosis, as demonstrated by the increase in h of apoptotic cells after exposure to H2O2 in particular 8. Bcl 2 overexpressing cells showed steer a bit on here resistance to H2O2 compared to cells, but the difference was not statistically significant, suggesting that FA You U Erten endogenous Bcl second May anti-apoptotic effect near the maximum are in control cells.
On the other hand, inhibited the overexpression of Bcl 2 fa Marked apoptosis by Sig 1R siRNA potentiated. We also tested whether the inhibition of NF B by JNJ 26854165 oridonin k can prevent The effect of Sig 1R siRNA induces apoptosis potentiatingH2O2. Although oridonin showed marginal effect on H2O2-induced apoptosis in control cells, it inhibits the action of Sig 1R siRNA to H2O2-induced apoptosis strengths verst. Discussion In the present study we have shown that Bcl 2 1 localized to MAM, but not as a substrate for chaperone Sig 1R, 2 Sig 1R transcription and tonic used to regulate the expression of Bcl-2 by ROS / NF B, NF B induced causes and 3 lock up or control Bcl 2 lifts the potentiation of apoptosis by H2O2 by Sig 1R knockdown.
These results imply the importance of the process of ROS / NF found B-cell protective effect of Sig 1R Promoted. Regulation of the expression of Bcl 2, thus maintaining the rate of Bcl 2/Bax at a high level is for the cell to survive important. Cell with multifunction systems erm glicht L Bcl 2 expression in different stages, including normal transcription, translation and protein embroidered caused deg. As an important regulator of Bcl 2, ROS regulate the expression of Bcl 2 via transcription and protein degradation. ROS-activated transcription factors such as NF B often negatively regulate transcription of the gene bcl second Under certain conditions to reduce ROS half life of Bcl 2 in facilitating protein degradation.
In squamous cell carcinomas of the OSC 4, Mn-superoxide dismutase reversing active ubiquitination and proteasomal degradation of Bcl 2, but l deleted Degradation of Bax, without activation of NF B. It is interesting to note that in our system of reverse Sig 1R downregulation of Bcl the 2 Haupts chlich caused by the activation of NF B. Sig not touched 1R reverse degradation of Bcl 2 protein or the level of the Bax protein. This difference k Nnte in part by the difference in the cell types used in these studies. However, it is interesting to note that the PPBP Sig 1R agonist also shown to prevent selective downregulation of bcl-2 mRNA, but not bax mRNA in primary cortical neurons Re hypoxia and glucose deprivation. Thus, the effect of the regulation of the signal detect 1R bcl 2 mRNA levels in a variety of cell types. Sig 1R k Nnte Regulat

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Bcl 2 and Bcl 2 G145A V159D n Ago we apoptosis conformational changes These proteins On That compared previously observed for Bcl 2 in preventing apoptosis. In both cases Cell line MCF-7 JNJ-26481585 human breast cancer cells and induced apoptosis Council 1myc ERTAM, bcl-2 is significantly delay Wrestled two different chemotherapeutic agents against Bcl 2 and Bcl 2 G145A V159D. Data G145A Bcl 2 not. For 48 h treatment of MCF 7 cells with doxorubicin available, since no intact cells remained at this point in time Bcl 2 and Bcl 2 V159D G145A were not functional in these tests that the response of cells. Not different from vector control cells at times, Bcl 2 prevents apoptosis by doxorubicin and etoposide a substantial fraction of Bcl 2, a conformational change undergone such as cysteine 158 is embedded in helix 5 in the membrane, where it was protected by labeling the membrane does not penetrate cysteine reagent probe IASD as observed previously.
Protection against IASD is due to the introduction into the lipid bilayer, that the marking was to develop in sufficient urea performed Bcl second As stated above, the dosage is between 10% protection for Reset Nde train Accessible h At Pelitinib most 80% in relation to the protection of the labeling of Reset Incorporated ligands in the bilayer. The residue was effective even by IASD time when the membrane with a non-ionic detergent and in the membranes of cells, which was not treated with the drug labeled solubilized.
A Similar Ver Change train Accessibility IASD was for several other residues in helices 5 and 6, so the protection of 158 gr cysteine labeling with IASD indicative of Ere structural Ver Change Bcl 2, which is integrated best CONFIRMS many found in this region of the bilayer. However, in the membranes of cells with the same drug, cysteine 158 as G145A Bcl 2 and Bcl 2 V159D is not protected against IASD treated. Thus, the observed Ver Change in the conformation of Bcl 2 does not occur or is greatly inhibited in these mutants, both inactive and MCF-7 cells, rat first The final step of Bax activation in multiple stages w During apoptosis is oligomerization and membrane permeabilization. Bcl 2, but not Bcl 2 G145A decreased Bax oligomerization in Rat 1 cells exposed to etoposide. Zus Tzlich, a time w While Bcl 2 was the prevention of apoptosis, a fraction of Bcl-2, but not Bcl 2 G145A was in complexes with more than 2 dimers found Bcl available untreated cells.
Thus, in intact cells, Bcl 2 Pr Prevention of apoptosis mediated by a conformational Change of Bcl 2 cysteine 158, which is connected moves from the cytosol, the membrane and the inhibition of Bax oligomerization. Conformational Change Bcl 2 is a better pr Predictor of function in the cell membranes of the Bcl 2 binding to Bax. These results suggest that the mutation of the Bcl 2, two or G145 V159 a conformational Change in Bcl 2, cysteine 158 of the integrated membrane and is essential for Bcl 2 and Bax in S Ugerzellen prevents inhibit. Prevention Bcl 2 release of cytochrome c Pr And topology Changes in mitochondria treated with Bax and tBid to the molecular interactions in the inhibition of Bcl-2 Bax-mediated membrane permeabilization n Ago correlated study involved, we cleaned all L Length recombinant Bax and tBid and measured cytochrome

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This observation was best by spectrophotometric titration Saturated with 10 M in 30 mM Fe3 baicalein NaAc buffer, pH 4 5th Third Third Measures the binding affinity of t Of iron with baicalein conditional binding constants with Fe2 and Fe3 baicalein in 20 mM KPB, pH investigated the seventh 2-298 K, as described in WZ8040 the experimental part. It has been protected by method 1 gesch Than apparent st Ndiger connection Complex 2 is Fe2 ? 1011 9 M 2 And apparent st Ndiger connection for the complex Fe3 baicalein is ? 3106 M 1, w While the corresponding values process are ? second February 1011 M 2 and M 1 ? 1106th The values obtained by both methods are in good agreement, and the differences are within a factor of about 4 Under Similar conditions, it seems that baicalein Fe2 size one Enordnung h Ago than quercetin Tats Chlich binds, suggesting that baicalein can be more effective than quercetin in Eisenhom Homeostasis modulation under physiological conditions.
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Dipeptidyl has been initiated with Castration Resistant Prostate Cancer Bone Metastatic patients

Vascular endothelial growth factor receptor that has shown preclinical Dipeptidyl peptidase-4 activity in lung adenocarcinoma cell lines. Another SFK inhibitor, KX2 391, targets the peptide substratebinding site rather than the ATP binding site. Based on the promising results from phase I study, a phase II study has been initiated with Castration Resistant Prostate Cancer Bone Metastatic patients, All these therapeutic agents appear to be well tolerated and we eagerly await their detailed clinical results. 10. Conclusions Our understanding of Src structure and function, regulation, and localization has increased dramatically since its discovery. One hundred years after the original description of Src, this protein continues to attract keen interest because of its multiplicity of actions in the molecular signaling pathways underlying developmental as well as oncogenic events.
Many studies have NVP-AUY922 addressed the molecular mechanisms of Src regulation in cells and tumor tissues. In order to clarify and fully elucidate the normal physiologic function of Src and other SFKs and to fully comprehend Src signaling networks in various cancers, Src interactions with specific targets or binding partners in different subcellular localization studies should be characterized in as much detail as possible. Special focus should be placed on the role of Src in bone metastasis because of the protein,s role in osteoclast and osteoblast function. Moreover, preclinical reports of combination treatments involving chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and targeted therapies with a Src inhibitor warrant further investigation.
Abstract BACKGROUND INNO 406, an oral dual Abl/Lyn tyrosine kinase inhibitor, demonstrates specific Lyn kinase activity with no or limited activity against other Src family member kinases. Several Bcr Abl kinase domain mutations are sensitive to INNO 406 in vitro, including the F317L and F317V mutations. In this study, we evaluated INNO 406 in Philadelphia chromosome positive chronic myelogenous leukemia or acute lymphocytic leukemia post imatinib resistance or intolerance. METHODS A dose escalation study was conducted with a starting dose of 30mg administered orally once daily. Cohorts of at least 3 patients were treated at each dose level until the maximum tolerated dose was reached. Twice daily dosing was also evaluated. Therapy was allowed for a maximum of 24 months.
RESULTS INNO 406 was administered to 56 patients with imatinib resistance or intolerance. Other previous treatments included nilotinib, dasatinib, and dasatinib/nilotinib. Common mutations upon study entry included Y253H, G250E, T315I and F317L. Among 31 patients with CML in chronic phase treated with INNO 406, the major cytogenetic response rate was 19%. In this study, no responses were seen in patients with CML AP, CML BP, or Ph positive ALL. Dose limiting toxicities at INNO 406 480mg BID were liver function abnormalities and thrombocytopenia. CONCLUSIONS INNO 406 showed anti CML efficacy in this heavily pretreated study population. Based on the classical determinations of both DLT and MTD, the recommended phase 2 dose of INNO 406 is 240mg orally BID. Lower doses of INNO 406 may be equally effective and should be exploredINTRODUCTION Chronic myeloid leukemia is a hematopoietic stem cell disorder in which

Cyt387 were identified as human homologues of viral oncogenes

As BAD, BIM, MCL 1, caspase-9 and BCL 2 and so regulates apoptosis. 2.1. RAS target for inhibiting melanoma RAS family of small G proteins K consists RAS Cyt387 RAS H and N is the. Activation of MAPK proteins, such as behind the PI3K and RAF HRAS and KRAS genes were identified as human homologues of viral oncogenes in the proto Harvey and Kirsten rat sarcoma virus. RAS proteins Act as molecular switches embroidered l proliferation and survival of the cell. In human tumors, RAS mutation, loss of CAP 1 or NF RAS by upstream Rtigen activation of cell surface Activated surface receptors. Oncogenic mutations of RAS family members have been reported in one-third of all human cancers. In melanoma, the replacement of leucine for glutamine at residue 61 of the h Most frequent aberration is observed in N RAS.
Ras mutant lacking GTPase activity t and remains active, what Uncontrollable cell proliferation Lee and transformed Isoliquiritigenin Ph Genotype. In melanoma, the introduction of activated RAS in melanocytes lead to melanoma tumors in M Nozzles. Au Addition, the expression of RAS remove tumor suppressor p16INK4a, p53 and p14 ARF and H Removable RAS expression by siRNA can lead to regression of melanoma in melanoma tumor model inducible. Therefore, the RAS is a potentially important target in melanoma. 2.2. Therapeutic Targeting RAS works melanoma Efforts pharmacologically inhibit RAS or its regulatory components in the treatment of cancer, were far less successful. Since the activation of Ras requires farnesylation of the cysteine residues Carboxyl farnesyltransferase was found that.
Using targeting FT farnesyltransferase inhibitors of farnesyl cysteine or mimetics as farnesyl derivatives Thiosalicyls Acid can effectively prevent growth of melanoma However, these agents have failed in clinical trials due to nonspecific reactions, such as FTS farnesylate many other proteins Than RAS, other mechanisms by which RAS proteins Activated which are developing resistance to inhibitors, and the presence of fortune assets and other oncogenic proteins. For example, the N RAS proved geranyl geranyl transferase from geranylated was his. Target FT and GGT completely together Inhibit constantly all forms of Ras activation was found to be toxic, because they. Activation of many other proteins With RAS inhibitor In a phase II study of 14 patients with metastatic melanoma, was oral administration of FT inhibitor R115777 toxic and lack of therapeutic efficacy although FT is a potent inhibitor.
Another potent inhibitor FT, SCH 66336 has been shown to induce G1 phase of the cell cycle and the inactivation of the retinoblastoma protein, melanoma cells to t Ten. In addition, the combination of SCH 66336 Thiosalicyls Acid and farnesyl cisplatininduced apoptosis significantly improved activity T chemosensitizer FTI. Another inhibitor of farnesyl-called Lonafarnib tested alone or in combination with chemotherapeutic agents as regulators of melanoma cell invasion, proliferation and survival. Lonafarnib was not able to inhibit the growth of metastatic melanoma cells and tested to sensitize chemotherapeutics. In contrast, significantly Lonafarnib Erh Ht

CHIR-124 with no apparent differential effec

AZD1480 effectively inhibited the function of the target JAK2 CHIR-124 protein, as evident by dephosphorylation of the downstream STAT proteins, these concentrations had no significant antiproliferative effect in the HD LM2 and L 428 cell lines. Submicromolar concentrations of AZD1480 inhibited the phosphorylation of STAT1, STAT3, STAT5 and STAT6, with no apparent differential effect. This is in contrast with what was recently reported with selective silencing of STAT6 gene expression experiments, as it resulted in activation of STAT1 in the same cell line, which may have contributed to induction of cell death. 32 At low concentrations, AZD1480 displayed predominantly immunomodulatory effects, downregulating the expression of Th2 cytokines and chemokines, and factors involved in mechanisms of immune escape.
Collectively, these data suggest that AZD1480 may enhance anti tumor immunity by increasing the activity of cytotoxic T cells. Regarding the mechanism involved in the resistance of the HD LM2 and L 428 cell lines to low doses of AZD1480, this may be related to a negative feedback loop involving hyperphosphorylation of JAK2 and activation of secondary ERK and p38 signaling pathways AZD8931 that promote HL survival. In fact, even though the function of JAK2 was effectively inhibited as demonstrated by the abrogation of downstream STATs phosphorylation, we observed a paradoxical increase in the JAK2 and TYK2 phosphorylation status after incubation with AZD1480. Although the mechanism of AZD1480 induced JAK2 phosphorylation is currently unclear, it may be related to the conformational changes and/or induction of negative feedback loops involving activating cytokines.
Similar results were previously reported by Okuzumi et al. 33, who described paradoxical hyperphosphorylation of AKT after treatment with an ATP competitive kinase inhibitor. On the other hand, our data suggest that AZD1480 induced ERK and p38 phosphorylation may involve two major regulators of the JAK and MAPK pathways: SOCS 3 21 and SHP 2. 24 According to other reports showing sustained SHP 2 and ERK activation after SOCS 3 deletion in various in vitro and in vivo models,22,23,25 we observed a similar regulation of MAPK signaling, at least in the HD LM2 and L 428 cells that were resistant to AZD1480. These observations are consistent with a model in which SOCS 3, JAK2 and SHP 2 are reciprocally regulated as previously reported.
22 It is important to note that these molecular negative feedback loop events were associated with an increase in the level of IL 8, IP 10 and RANTES cytokines in HL cell lines supernatants. As RANTES may activate and phosphorylate JAK2 and TYK2, it is possible that the increased baseline levels of pJAK2 and pTYK2 in the HDLM2 and L428 cells, but not L 540 cells, may be related to the differential production of RANTES and other cytokines among these cell lines. Similarly, an increased secretion of these cytokines, such as RANTES, in response to AZD1480 treatment, may have also contributed to the observed JAK2 hyperphosphorylation, following incubation with AZD1480. 34 This observation should be further investigated in the clinical setting to determine whether changes in the levels of certain cytokines in serial plasma specimens may serve as a surrogate biomarker for r

INNO-406 ead to higher titers of natural antibodies

ead to higher titers of natural antibodies. Since IFA stimulates Thl lymphocytes to produce the cytokines interleukin 2, gamma interferon, and tumor necrosis factor beta, this may explain the developing antibody level seen in these rats. The pathologic INNO-406 changes observed in the D ALG toxin Aand P. aeruginosa alginate immunized animals were similar in degree, the total clearance of the bacteria in the two groups was also similar. However, the doses and composition of the two alginates used for immunization were rather different. Rats immunized with depolymerized alginate received two 25,ug doses, whereas rats immunized with purified alginate received 140 jig per dose.
Although we did not investigate the opsonic capacity of sera in this study, our findings do not seem to be in agreement with those of Pier et al, who found that mice and rats immunized with 1 to 10 jig of MEP, ON-01910 respectively, elicited opsonizing antibodies, which reduced the chronic lung infection and induced complete bacterial clearance compared with the results in nonimmune controls. However, doses of. 40,ug per mouse and 100,ug per rat induced only nonopsonic antibodies, resulting in more severe lung damage and more animals with detectable P. aeruginosa in the lungs, when compared with results for animals immunized with low doses. Furthermore, it was found that in mice, a higher molecular weight preparation of MEP elicited opsonic killing antibodies over a wide dose range. We have no obvious explanation for the differences between our results and those of Pier et al.
Woods and Bryan immunized rats twice with 100 jig of alginate and showed that animals inoculated with a nonmucoid strain cleared the bacteria whereas the rats inoculated with a mucoid strain remained infected on day 30. These findings are also different from ours, since we found that rats immunized with either 140 jig of purified alginate or 25 jig of depolymerized alginate were able to clear the mucoid challenge strain. The severity of the pathologic changes observed in our rats immunized with alginate could be due to hypersensitivity reactions, e. g, immune complexes formed during the chronic lung infection, as suggested by Woods and Bryan. LPS was included in two of the vaccines used in the study, the O PS toxin A conjugate and the P. aeruginosa sonicate. The number of cross reactive IgM, IgG, and IgA antibodies elicited by the toxin A conjugate against PAO 579 LPS was small.
Considering the 0 antigens involved, this is surprising since two of the eight serotypes represented in the vaccine have a similar 0 group 2/5 to that of the antigen used in the ELISA, and we would therefore expect a certain cross reactivity. The low level of cross reacting antibodies could be due to differences in the typing antisera and typing methods, which may lead to apparently similar Habs 0 groups with antigenically different LPS types. The O PS toxin A conjugate vaccine has previously been used in a clinical study of noncolonized CF patients. It is thoughtprovoking that the antibody responses are low in rats whereas the vaccine induces high and functional antibody levels when used in humans. When rats were immunized with a combination of the two toxin A conjugate vaccines, diminished immune responses were recorded against all antigen

Rolipram 61413-54-5 avasimibe 50 108 mg PAV change 24 months

8.1 14.2% 16.9 13.9% pitavastatin 125 Hirayama observational studies atorvastatin 2009 28 28% chg Change the volume of the week record 9.4 10.3% 18.9 14.1% 80 weeks of inhibitor tests ACAT A MORE ECR 2004 Rolipram 61413-54-5 avasimibe 50 108 mg PAV change 24 months 0.7 0.4% 250 mg avasimibe avasimibe 98 0.8 0.4% 750 117 1.0 0.3 mg Placebo 109% 0, 4 0 , 4% ACTIVATE ECR 2006 pactimibe 206 Ver 18 months change PAV placebo 0.69% 202 0.25% 0.25 0.59 Table 1 Continued Study Design A n results obtained FU treatment endpoint main therapies hen high-density lipoprotein apoA I ECR 2003 Milano Milano apoA I 15 mg / kg 21 Variation 5 weeks PAV 1.29 ApoA I Milano 3.5%, placebo 45 mg / kg 15 0.73 11 0.14 2 3.09% 8% ERASE ECR 2007 CSL 111 89 weeks 4% change in plaque volume placebo 47 3.41 1.
62 CART 2 ECR Succinobucol 2008 12 months 183 Absolute Ver change in plaque volume 14.5 mm3 placebo 3.4 49 0.6 13, 4 mm3 Other therapies CAMELOT ECR amlodipine months 91 24 2004 Ver PAV% change 0.5 3.9 0.8 3.7 Placebo Enalapril 88% 1.3 4.4 95% Waseda observational studies losartan 41 2006 Changes in the composition 7 months in the area of the plate 9.9 3.1 mm2 no ARB July 23 months ON-01910 9.1 2.7 mm2 ILLUSTRATING ECR 2007 torcetrapib Atorvastatin 464 24 0.12 2.99 Ver Change PAV months atorvastatin PERSPECTIVE 446 2.83% 0.19% 36 months perindopril ECR 2007 75 Changes in the composition 1.6mm2 placebo in the plate 69 0.1 0.2 1 2 mm2 PERISCOPE pioglitazone ECR 2008, 179 Ver change PAV 18 months 0.16% 0.73% glimepiride STRADIVARIUS ECR 2008 181 335 18 Ver change rimonabant PAV months Placebo 341 0.25% 0.
51% ENCORE II Nifedipine ECR 2009 97 18 24 Changes in the composition% in plaque volume of 5.0 months in the placebo 96 3.2 APPROACH Rosiglitazone ECR 2010 233 change the PAV 18 months 0.21 0.
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Rolipram ZK 62711 E are several humanized variants

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