Proteomics

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* 22nd Annual Symposium of The Protein Society
San Diego, CA, United States
19 Jul 2008 - 23 Jul 2008
Proteins: Machines of Life.

*Proteomics & Beyond
Bethesda, MD, United States
16 Mar 2008 - 19 Mar 2008
Proteomic Technology/Mass Spectrometry ; Proteomic Applications/Systems Proteomics ; Clinical Proteomics ; Proteomic Bioinformatics.

*13th Annual Proteomics Symposium
Lorne, Australia
7 Feb 2008 - 10 Feb 2008
Organised by the Australiasian Proteomics Society.

*PROTEOMICS
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
6 Nov 2007 - 19 Nov 2007
This intensive laboratory and lecture course will focus on two major themes in proteomics: protein profiling and functional proteomics..

*Genome-wide approaches with fission yeast
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
1 Oct 2007 - 7 Oct 2007
This intensive course is aimed at introducing participants to both practical and theoretical methodologies and concepts for the global analysis of large-scale data sets..

*Proteomics Europe
Amsterdam, Netherlands
4 Sep 2007 - 5 Sep 2007
We are assembling an excellent list of influential speakers for the agenda and will have a large exhibition alongside. The conference will be co-located with the European Biomarkers Summit..

*Genomic and Proteomic Approaches to Complex Heart, Lung, Blood, & Sleep Disorders
Bar Harbor, ME, United States
3 Aug 2007 - 11 Aug 2007
This highly acclaimed course covers the application of statistics, molecular biology and genetics to the analysis of complex diseases such as asthma, hypertension, and coronary heart disease. Both human and animal model data are presented and considered.

*Proteins: From Birth to Death
Boston, MA, United States
21 Jul 2007 - 25 Jul 2007
For research scientists working in the fields of protein science, proteomics, bioinformatics, structural biology, and computational biology..

* 4th Joint BSPR/EBI Proteomics meeting
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
25 Jul 2007 - 27 Jul 2007
We are pleased to announce that, following yet another very successful year at Hinxton, the fourth annual scientific meeting of the British Society for Proteome Research, will again be organized in collaboration with the European Bioinformatics Institute.

*5th International Conference on Pathways, Networks, and Systems
Porto Heli, Greece
24 Jun 2007 - 29 Jun 2007
With the availability of whole genome sequences, research attention shifts from gene sequences and genome content to protein functions and systems biology..

*Proteomics: advances in biomarker discovery
London, United Kingdom
22 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
This meeting examines the use of proteomics in the identification of biomarkers using a variety of old, new and developing technologies. Dr Ayesha De Souza, St Georges Hospital Medical School, London (Meeting Chair).

*7th European Symposium of The Protein Society - From Ptroteins to Proteome
Stockholm-Uppsala, Sweden
12 May 2007 - 16 May 2007
The Symposium offers a scientific program at the highest level and an opportunity to meet and interact with leading scientists from all over the world in a stimulating environment and pleasant climate..

* Mass spectrometry and proteomics
Odense, Denmark
22 Apr 2007 - 27 Apr 2007
EMBO Lecture Courses 2007 Contact: jenseno@bmb.sdu.dk .

*Cancer Proteomics World Congress
Philadelphia, PA, United States
26 Apr 2007 - 27 Apr 2007
Agenda topics will include : Clinical Cancer Biomarkers from Body Fluids: Proteomes, Peptidomes, and Autoantibodies; Transition to Applications of Proteomic Discovery: Assays for Biomarkers.

*EvoBIO 2007 Conference
Valencia, Spain
11 Apr 2007 - 13 Apr 2007
The goal of the conference is to present recent research results, including significant work-in-progress, and to identify and explore directions of future research, besides stimulating closer interaction between those working on Bioinformatics..

*Cell Signaling and Proteomics
Steamboat Springs, CO, United States
22 Mar 2007 - 27 Mar 2007
Cell signaling is an essential physiological function in cells and developing a complete understanding of signaling pathways, networks and interactions is a major challenge in the field..

*Cell Signaling and Proteomics (X6)
Steamboat Springs, CO, United States
22 Mar 2007 - 27 Mar 2007
The objective of this meeting is to combine cell signaling issues--frontiers, challenges, unanswered questions--with discussions of proteomic technology status and future directions related to challenges in the signaling area..

*Systems Biology and Regulatory Networks (X5)
Steamboat Springs, CO, United States
22 Mar 2007 - 27 Mar 2007
The goals of this meeting are to bring together leading investigators in the areas of genomics, proteomics & systems biology to discuss the elucidation of complex biological processes & the transcription and posttranscriptional networks that control them.

*Genomics, Proteomics and Beyond
Oxford, United Kingdom
19 Mar 2007 - 22 Mar 2007
This course aims to introduce delegates to the methods used in obtaining gene sequences. It then provides a comprehensive overview of the ways used to analyse the data obtained from sequencing projects..

*Characterization & developments of biomarkers in fluids & tissue extracts : from basic research to clinical perspectives II
Marseille, France
6 Mar 2007 - 9 Mar 2007
INSERM Workshop 173 Phase II Practical Course. Also March 13-15 Strasbourg and March 19-22 Dijon.

*Joint Congress of the Spanish Proteomics Scoiety & the European Proteomics Association
Valencia, Spain
10 Feb 2007 - 14 Feb 2007
The focus of this meeting will be PROTEOMICS & PATHOLOGY: linking both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. The aim is to provide the appropriate atmosphere for scientists from European and Latinamerican countries..

*LORNE 2007
Lorne, Australia
4 Feb 2007 - 8 Feb 2007
Conference on Protein Structure and Function.

*Characterization and developments of biomarkers in fluids and tissue extracts : from basic research to clinical perspectives
La-Londe-Les-Maures, France
1 Feb 2007 - 2 Feb 2007
INSERM Workshop 173 Phase I Clinical Assessment.

*CHI's 6th Annual PepTalk
Coronado, CA, United States
8 Jan 2007 - 12 Jan 2007
Featuring: PROTEIN EXPRESSION; PROSPECTING THE PLASMA PROTEOME; optimizing protein & antibody therapeutics etc..

*5th Asian-Pacific Organization for Cell Biology Congress (APOCB 2006)
Beijing, China
28 Oct 2006 - 31 Oct 2006
he Congress is designed to present an updated progress in the field of Cell Biology. It will give all the participants a chance to share the lasted experience and knowledge, and will provide us with a unique opportunity to make a further collaboration.

*Human Proteome Organisation 5ht Annual World Congress
Long Beach, CA, United States
28 Oct 2006 - 1 Nov 2006
To facilitate exchange of scientific ideas, knowledge & information; to promote the application of proteomic based novel prognostic, diagnostic & therapeutic tools; & to advance our understanding of the proteomic basis underlying human disease..

*International Conference on Proteomics: "Bridging the Gap Between Gene Expression and Biological Function"
Luxembourg, Luxembourg
11 Oct 2006 - 14 Oct 2006
This conference will address the current and future status of proteomic techniques. The program will include keynote lectures and podium and poster sessions covering recent developments in proteomic studies in relation to biological systems..

*European Biomarkers Summit
Prague, Czech Republic
26 Sep 2006 - 27 Sep 2006
Submissions already received suggest focus on Proteomic technologies for biomarker discovery and applications thereof, Biomarkers in translational-driven medicine/research and Biomarkers in clinical development..

*EUROTOX 2006
Dubrovnik, Croatia
21 Sep 2006 - 24 Sep 2006
Details not available.

*RNAi Europe 2006
Prague, Czech Republic
28 Sep 2006 - 29 Sep 2006
The agenda will include, but is not limited to, the following topics : RNAi biology, RNAi technology – principles and applications.

*Proteomics: Challenges and Emerging Technologies
London, United Kingdom
29 Sep 2006 - 29 Sep 2006
Proteomics: Challenges and Emerging Technologies.

*29th European Peptide Symposium
Gdansk, Poland
3 Sep 2006 - 8 Sep 2006
In the tradition of European Peptide Symposia, the 29th EPS will cover all aspects of the latest developments in peptide research, providing researchers with different backgrounds an opportunity to present and exchange ideas..

*17th International Mass Spectrometry Conference
Prague, Czech Republic
27 Aug 2006 - 1 Sep 2006
We cordially invite you to attend the 17th International Mass Spectrometry Conference, to be held at the end of summer 2006 in Prague..

*20th Annual Symposium of The Protein Society
San Diego, CA, United States
5 Aug 2006 - 9 Aug 2006
The 20 th Symposium of The Protein Society ~ and ~ 20 th Anniversary Celebration.

*The Biochemical Society's BioScience 2006
Glasgow, United Kingdom
23 Jul 2006 - 27 Jul 2006
Topics include: Molecular basis of transcription. Nuclear receptors - structure, mechanisms and therapeutic targets.Control of immune responses..

*The Fifth International Conference on Bioinformatics of Genome Regulation and Structure (BGRS'2006)
Novosibirsk, Russia
16 Jul 2006 - 22 Jul 2006
BGRS'2006 is a multidisciplinary conference, and we are pleased to invite scientists with an interest in bioinformatics, mathematical, theoretical, or computational biology to attend the meeting..

*Biopolymers
Newport, RI, United States
11 Jun 2006 - 16 Jun 2006
Topics include:Self-assembly of large cellular complexes;Ligand recognition and protein folding ; Protein amyloids.

*71st CSHL SYMPOSIUM: Regulatory RNAs
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
31 May 2006 - 5 Jun 2006
The Symposium will include 12/13 oral sessions and 2/3 poster sessions covering molecular strategies aimed at understanding and controlling the cancerous state..

*Molecular Chaperones & the Heat Shock Response
Cold Spring Harbor, NY, United States
3 May 2006 - 7 May 2006
This meeting will cover all aspects of the biology of chaperones. Topics include: Chaperone Biochemistry & Protein Folding; Chaperone Function in Disease and Development; Regulation of the Stress Response.

*DIMACS Workshop on Sequence, Structure and Systems Approaches to Predict Protein Function
Piscataway, NJ, United States
3 May 2006 - 5 May 2006
The goal of the workshop is to bring together biologists, computer scientists and mathematicians who work on various aspects of protein function prediction. This workshop will provide both a venue for reviewing the current state-of-the-art of diverse meth.

*OncoProteomics World Congress
San Fransisco, United States
27 Apr 2006 - 28 Apr 2006
Select Biosciences invite you to the inaugural World Congress dedicated to OncoProteomics. This field has developed rapidly over recent years & now is a good time to assess its success to date together with future opportunities & challenges..

*Heat Shock Protein Detection
London, United Kingdom
25 Apr 2006 - 25 Apr 2006
Heat Shock Protein Detection.

*Joint 62nd Harden Conference/EMBO Symposium
Cirencester, United Kingdom
4 Apr 2006 - 8 Apr 2006
Joint 62nd Harden Conference/EMBO Symposium - NO; a radical in control. The biological diversity of nitric oxide metabolism and signalling.

*Genomes to Systems
Manchester, United Kingdom
22 Mar 2006 - 24 Mar 2006
We present 16 sessions covering all aspects of genomics technologies and their applications, gand also systems biology approaches. We have 5 plenary lectures and sessions provided by the European Bioinformatics Institute on their services and resources..

*Theoretical and Practical Course in Bioinformatics Applied to Proteomics and Structural Bioinformatics
Petropolis, Brazil
20 Mar 2006 - 31 Mar 2006
The course aims to provide an intensive training in the bioinformatics area giving the students a solid multidisciplinary background in Computational Molecular Biology & at same time will put the students in contact with the most recent tools & techniques.

*NMR Fragment Screening: Techniques and Applications
London, United Kingdom
1 Mar 2006 - 1 Mar 2006
This executive briefing will educate delegates about the advantages of fragment-based lead discovery and will focus on NMR fragment screening as a new powerful technology enabling high screening throughputs and structure-aided fragment-to-lead chemistry..

*Symposium on Malaria Protein Structure and Function
Melbourne, Australia
3 Feb 2006 - 3 Feb 2006
This one-day Symposium will focus on the latest methods for probing the structure and function of Plasmodium proteins. Several applications of the results of such studies will also be presented..

*Australasian Proteomics Society 11th Symposium
Philip Island, Victoria, Australia
3 Feb 2006 - 5 Feb 2006
Australasian Proteomics Society 11th Symposium.

*31st Lorne Conference on Protein Structure and Function
Philip Island, Victoria, Australia
5 Feb 2006 - 9 Feb 2006
The conference will focus on proteins in disease. An outstanding group of invited overseas & local speakers, will address the roles of proteins in particular disease states, as well as approaches for defining their roles, such as cell imaging & proteomics.

*MSB�2006 - 20th International Symposium on Microscale Bioseparations
Amsterdam, Netherlands
22 Jan 2006 - 26 Jan 2006
The conference will provide a platform for all MicroScale (Bio)separation methods and a leap in technology through cross-fertilization. Still, we also like specifically to stimulate and revive scientific work in Capillary Electrophoresis..

*CHI's Fifth Annual PepTalk
Coronado, CA, United States
9 Jan 2006 - 13 Jan 2006
Cambridge Heathtech Institue's Fifth Annual PepTalk: Peptides.

*Swiss Proteomics Society: Fifth scientific meeting
Zurich, Switzerland
5 Dec 2005 - 7 Dec 2005
Swiss Proteomics Society: Fifth scientific meeting: Expanding Proteomics - New directions in Biology, Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Medicine.

*CSHL's Rat Genomics & Models
Long Island, NY, United States
8 Dec 2005 - 11 Dec 2005
CSHL's Rat Genomics & Models.

*The Third International UPPSALA Conference
Seattle, United States
6 Dec 2005 - 9 Dec 2005
The Third International UPPSALA Conference on Electron Capture and Transfer Dissociation in Mass Spectrometry: Fundamentals and Applications.

*2D Electrophoresis; The Way Forward
London, United Kingdom
18 Nov 2005 - 18 Nov 2005
This meeting is to examine the current 2-D gel electrophoresis technologies that are currently on the market, and how they are being utlizied within the scientific community. How has 2DE developed over the years and where is it going?.

*EuroSciCon's 2D Electrophoresis: The Way Forward
London, United Kingdom
18 Nov 2005 - 18 Nov 2005
2D Electrophoresis; The Way Forward.

*2005 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence
San Diego, CA, United States
14 Nov 2005 - 15 Nov 2005
2005 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (CIBCB 2005).

*EuroSciCon's Proteomics: Challenges and Emerging Technologies
London, United Kingdom
11 Nov 2005 - 11 Nov 2005
Proteomics: Challenges and Emerging Technologies.

*5th Annual Bioscience Forum
York, United Kingdom
1 Nov 2005 - 2 Nov 2005
5th Annual Bioscience Forum.howcasing the Best in Biotech from Yorkshire and the Humber; How to Build Successful Biotech Companies.

*2005 International Workshop on Bioinformatics
Nanjing, China
2 Nov 2005 - 5 Nov 2005
2005 International Workshop on Bioinformatics ISPA '05 3rd International Symposium on Parallel & Distributed Processing & Applications.

*EuroSciCon's High Throughput Technologies and Data Analysis
London, United Kingdom
9 Nov 2005 - 9 Nov 2005
EuroSciCon's High Throughput Technologies and Data Analysis. This will be an exciting meeting which will cover novel genomic technologies and the use of bioinformatics in high throughput data analysis..

*Advances in Metabolic Profiling
London, United Kingdom
1 Nov 2005 - 2 Nov 2005
Set to become a major worldwide conference on developments in Metabolic Profiling, the inaugural conference and exhibition will be held in central London..

*Workshop on Application of Proteomics and Transcriptomics in EMF Research
Helsinki, Finland
30 Oct 2005 - 1 Nov 2005
Workshop on Application of Proteomics and Transcriptomics in EMF Research. There is still uncertainty about whether the various biological effects produced by low-energy EMF pose either a health benefit or a potential health risk..

* 3rd Annual Young Bioinformaticians Forum 2005
London, United Kingdom
21 Oct 2005 - 21 Oct 2005
Joint UKBRF, RSC Molecular Modelling Group and Institute of Physics 3rd Annual Young Bioinformaticians Forum 2005.

*CSHL's Genome Informatics
Long Island, NY, United States
26 Oct 2005 - 30 Oct 2005
CSHL's Genome Informatics.

*Wellcome Trust's - Comparative and Functional Genomics (BITS) Workshop
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
27 Oct 2005 - 30 Oct 2005
Wellcome Trust's - Comparative and Functional Genomics (BITS) Workshop. The aim of this meeting is to bring together scientists from around the world with a broad spectrum of interests and expertise in genomics and post-genomic science..

*2nd Czech Proteomic Conference hosted by Czech Proteomic Society
Lednice, Czech Republic
20 Oct 2005 - 18 Oct 2005
2nd Czech Proteomic Conference hosted by Czech Proteomic Society, section of CSBMB together with Institute of Microbiology and Institute of Animal Physiology and Genetics, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic.

*Atelier 164 Biostatistical modelling of postgenomic data - Phase II
Villejuif, France
10 Oct 2005 - 11 Oct 2005
Atelier 164 Biostatistical modelling of postgenomic data for biomedical research (Phase II - Technical workshop).

*Executives on Target: Maximizing the Impact of Discovery on R&D Productivit
Boston, MA, United States
18 Oct 2005 - 19 Oct 2005
CHI's Discovery on Target : Executives on Target: Maximizing the Impact of Discovery on R&D Productivity.

*Disease Models for Target Discovery and Validation
Boston, MA, United States
18 Oct 2005 - 19 Oct 2005
CHI's Discovery on Target: Disease Models for Target Discovery and Validation.

*Advances in Microarray Technology
London, United Kingdom
11 Oct 2005 - 13 Oct 2005
Advances in Microarray Technology Set to become the major European conference on microarrays and related technologies, the inaugural AMT will be held in central London..

*1st European Conference on Chemistry for the Life Sciences
Rimini, Italy
4 Oct 2005 - 8 Oct 2005
The First European Conference on Chemistry for the Life Sciences: Understanding the Chemical Mechanisms of Life.

*Atelier 164 Biostatistical modelling of postgenomic data
Villejuif, France
6 Oct 2005 - 7 Oct 2005
Atelier 164 Biostatistical modelling of postgenomic data for biomedical research (Phase II - Critical Assessment).

*CHI's Inaugural From Gene Expression Profiling to Validated Biology
Cambridge, MA, United States
6 Oct 2005 - 7 Oct 2005
CHI's Inaugural From Gene Expression Profiling to Validated Biology: Extending Microarray Results through Independent Quantitative Analysis.

*Joint meeting 2nd Basic & Clinical Immunogenomics & 3rd Immunoinformatics
Budapest, Hungary
8 Oct 2005 - 12 Oct 2005
A joint meeting of 2nd Basic and Clinical Immunogenomics and 3rd Immunoinformatics (Immunomics) Conferences. IMMUNOLOGY FOR THE 21st CENTURY Immunogenomics + Immunoproteomics + Immunoinformatics = IMMUNOMICS.

*6th Australian Peptide Conference: From Discovery to Therapeutics
Hamilton Island, Australia
9 Oct 2005 - 14 Oct 2005
With the sequencing of the human and other genomes now complete, we are at a particularly exciting time as the impacts of genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics start to drive modern drug discovery..

*Functional Genomics of Mammalian Nervous Systems
Hinxton, Cambridge, United Kingdom
28 Sep 2005 - 2 Oct 2005
Wellcome Trust's and Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory's joint meeting - Functional Genomics of Mammalian Nervous Systems.

*Expression Profiling For Compound Characterization and Prioritization
Philadelphia, PA, United States
26 Sep 2005 - 26 Sep 2005
Expression Profiling For Compound Characterization and Prioritization. Presentations inlcude: Is There Any Value in Using Gene Expression Profiling for Compound Prioritization and Elucidating Possible Mechanism of Action?.

*CHI's Target Cancer Therapies
Cambridge, MA, United States
20 Sep 2005 - 21 Sep 2005
Attacking cancer cells on the molecular level is a new therapeutic approach in cancer treatment with a tremendous amount of promise. Many hurdles still limit the overall success of developing drugs that interfere with carcinogenesis..

*Ion Channel Targets - Conference and Exhibition
Boston, MA, United States
20 Sep 2005 - 21 Sep 2005
Set to become a major worldwide conference on Ion Channel Targets, the inaugural conference and exhibition will be held in Waltham, Boston, 20-21 September 2005..

*International Specialized Symposium on Yeast
Oropesa del Mar, Spain
28 Sep 2005 - 2 Oct 2005
International Specialized Symposium on Yeast. Cells surface: a genomic and proteomic approach.

*Biomarker Discovery Summit
Philadelphia, PA, United States
26 Sep 2005 - 28 Sep 2005
Biomarker Discovery Summit : Protein Biomarkers, Mass Spectrometry for Protein Biomarker Discovery and Toxicity Biomarkers.

*Mass Spectrometry for Protein Biomarker Discovery
Philadelphia, PA, United States
26 Sep 2005 - 26 Sep 2005
Mass Spectrometry for Protein Biomarker Discovery.

*ComBio2005
Adelaide, Australia
25 Sep 2005 - 29 Sep 2005
ComBio2005 will be a fully integrated meeting incorporating the Annual Conferences of the Australian Society for Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, the Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology and the Australian Society of Plant.

*ECCB 05 - 4th European Conference on Computational Biology
Madrid, Spain
28 Sep 2005 - 1 Oct 2005
ECCB 05 - 4th European Conference on Computational Biology and 6th Meeting of The Spanish Bioinformatics Network (Jbi 05).

*Diversity Oriented Synthesis - Conference and Exhibition
Boston, MA, United States
22 Sep 2005 - 23 Sep 2005
Combinatorial chemistry has evolved from the concept of producing massive numbers of compounds to smaller, more focused libraries. Now is a good time to review the current thinking and state-of-the art in Diversity Oriented Synthesis..

*RNAi Europe 2005: Conference & Exhibition
Amsterdam, Netherlands
28 Sep 2005 - 29 Sep 2005
RNAi Europe 2004 was a spectacular success by all measures. More than 150 attendees and 16 exhibitors packed the venue to hear about the latest developments in this fast moving field..

*Protein Biomarkers 2005
Philadelphia, PA, United States
27 Sep 2005 - 28 Sep 2005
THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE OF PROTEIN BIOMARKERS:New methods for sample enrichment and multi-dimensional separations; Debate on top-down vs. bottom-up approaches to protein biomarker discovery; Progress update on disease-specific protein biomarkers.

*Toxicity Biomarkers 2005
Philadelphia, PA, United States
27 Sep 2005 - 28 Sep 2005
Toxicity Biomarkers 2005 Sessions Include: Expression Profiling to Characterize Compound Activity,Mechanism of Action, and Selectivity; Toxicogenomics;Proteins as Toxicity and Pharmacodynamic Biomarker; Systems Biology Approaches to Toxicology.

*CHI's 2nd Annual Cancer Immunotherapeutics
Cambridge, MA, United States
19 Sep 2005 - 20 Sep 2005
While the common goal for cancer immunotherapeutics is to boost the immune system and thereby fight cancer in various stages, the approaches to reach this goal vary widely and many obstacles and challenges still need to be overcome..

*IBC's 12th Annual Chips to Hits 2005
Boston, MA, United States
12 Sep 2005 - 15 Sep 2005
The 12th Annual Chips to Hits® conference continues to be the industry's most comprehensive and crucial event in the microarray and microtechnology field..

*IBC's 4th Annual Molecular Diagnostics and Personalized Medicine
Boston, MA, United States
12 Sep 2005 - 15 Sep 2005
Molecular Diagnostics and Personalized Medicine Scientific, Business and Regulatory Strategies for Companion Diagnostic Products and Advanced Applications..

*Keystone meeting: Tissue-Selective Nuclear Receptors (D4)
Breckenridge, Colorado, United States
18 Sep 2005 - 22 Sep 2005
Keystone meeting: Tissue-Selective Nuclear Receptors (D4).

*2nd European Conference: Functional Genomics and Disease
Oslo, Norway
6 Sep 2005 - 10 Sep 2005
We are putting together an exciting scientific programme covering the various areas of biology and disease where functional genomics is currently applied..

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