Christophe Duplais

vendredi 1er avril 2016

Current position

CNRS Group Leader in Chemistry at EcoFoG (Chargé de Recherche CR1)
Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (HDR)
Scientific affiliate at the Field Museum of Chicago in Corrie Moreau Lab

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ORCID ID
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Phone : +594 594 293 134
email : christophe.duplais@ecofog.gf
Twitter account @Chemistophe

Research Interests :
2003-2011 : Organic Chemistry / Organometallic Chemistry / Homogeneous Catalysis / Green Catalysis (M.Sc. ; Ph.D. ; Postdoctorate)

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I studied for 8 years organometallic chemistry, catalysis and cross-coupling reactions under the supervision of outstanding mentors : undergraduate project in the lab of Paul Knochel (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich), Ph.D. with Gérard Cahiez (CNRS, Paris), and postdoctoral studies with Bruce Lipshutz (UC Santa Barbara, California). In Cahiez’s lab I contributed to the field of green chemistry by using non-toxic manganese and iron salts to develop green metal-catalyzed coupling reactions. In Lisphutz’s lab we co-developed with Dr. Arkady Krasovskiy (Dow Chemicals, Michigan) a modification of the Nobel Prize Wining reaction named Negishi cross-coupling, where for the first time this reaction was completed in water at room temperature in a one-pot reaction by using safe and inexpensive surfactants as micelle nano-reactors.

Selected publications :
C. Duplais, A. Krasovskiy, B. H. Lipshutz (2011). Organozinc Chemistry Enabled by Micellar Catalysis. Pd-Catalyzed Cross-Couplings Between Alkyl and Aryl Bromides in Water at Room Temperature, Organometallics, 30, 6090.

C. Duplais, A. J. Forman, B. A Baker, B. H. Lipshutz (2010). UC Pd. A New Form of Pd/C for Sonogashira Couplings. Chem. Eur. J., 16, 3366.

A. Krasovskiy, C. Duplais, B. H. Lipshutz (2009). Zn-Mediated, Pd-Catalyzed Cross-Couplings in Water at Room Temperature Without Prior Formation of Organozinc reagents J. Am. Chem. Soc., 131, 15592.

G. Cahiez, C. Duplais, J. Buendia (2009). Manganese-Catalyzed Oxydative Cross-Couplings of Grignard Reagents Using Oxygen as Oxidant. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 48, 6731.

G. Cahiez, A. Moyeux, J. Buendia, C. Duplais (2007). Manganese- or Iron-Catalyzed Homocoupling of Grignard Reagents Using Atmospheric Oxygen as an Oxidant, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129, 13788.

G. Cahiez, V. Habiak, C. Duplais, A. Moyeux (2007) Iron-Catalyzed Alkylations of Aromatic Grignard Reagents, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 46, 4364.

C. Duplais, F. Bures, I. Sapountzis, T. J. Korn, G. Cahiez, P. Knochel (2004). An Efficient Synthesis of Diaryl Ketones by Iron-Catalyzed Arylation of Aroyl Cyanides. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 43, 2968.


2012-present : Natural Products Chemistry / Analytical Chemistry / Chemical Ecology / Chemical Biology / Evolution (CNRS Full position)


In 2012 I joined EcoFoG lab in French Guiana as a CNRS scientist to develop interdisciplinary research studies at the frontier between natural products chemistry, chemical ecology, and analytical chemistry. This has permitted me to gain knowledge in pharmacology, microbiology, parasitology, entomology, molecular biology, ecology and evolution in the context of Amazonian forests. I am co-leading the group “Functional Chemodiversity and Applications” at EcoFoG with Nadine Amusant (Cirad) and our team includes Yannick Estevez (Research Engineer, CNRS), Emeline Houël (Research Engineer, CNRS) and Cyrielle Sophie (Technician, CNRS).

Currently I am attempting to combine state-of-the-art methods in analytical chemistry (NMR 1D/2D, HR-MAS NMR, TOF-SIMS imaging, MS/MS molecular networking, metabolomics) and molecular ecology (Next-Generation Sequencing, genomics) to decipher the biosynthetic pathways of natural products in an evolutionary context.

Our interdisciplinary research in chemistry focuses on (see the research tab below for more information) :
1- the mechanism of heartwood formation in tropical tree species,
2- the impact of latex in Amazonian tree evolution
3- community ecology of ants cuticular bacteria

Recent publications :
C. Duplais*, Y. Estevez (2017) Tandem biocatalysis unlocks the challenging de novo production of plant natural products. ChemBioChem, Early view.

C. Birer, N. Tysklind, L. Zinger*, C. Duplais* (2017) Comparative analysis of DNA extraction methods to study the body surface microbiota of insects : a case study with ant cuticular bacteria Molecular Ecology Resources, Early view.

R. Duval*, C. Duplais (2017). Fluorescent natural products as tracers and probes in biology. Nat. Prod. Rep, 34:161-193.

L-J. Leba, J. Popovici, Y. Estevez, S. Pelleau, E. Legrand, L. Musset, C Duplais* (2017)
Antiplasmodial activities of dyes against Plasmodium falciparum asexual and sexual stages : Contrasted uptakes of triarylmethanes Brilliant green, Green S (E142), and Patent Blue V (E131) by erythrocytes, International Journal for Parasitology : Drugs and Drug Resistance, 7, 314-320.

Research

What are the chemical markers of heartwood formation ?

Natural products biosynthesized in the wood transition zone provide a chemical defense against external stresses but they can also influence the physico-mechanical properties of heartwood i.e. hygroscopicity, sweeling, dimensional stability and vibrational behavior. These properties are determinant for woods used in construction, furniture or musical instruments.
We evaluate the chemical diversity of secondary metabolites in sapwood and heartwood of different Amazonian tree species used in construction. We use NMR spectrometry (qNMR, 2D NMR) and MS spectroscopy (TOF-SIMS, metabolomics, molecular networking) on wood to identify main constituents and investigate when possible the biosynthesis pathways of wood metabolites within specific cellular compartments. Correlations between quantitative/qualitative chemical analysis and natural durability bioassays or mechanical properties are tested in order to, in fine, improve statistical models used in agroforestry. Main objectives consist in identifying chemical markers and revealing new insights in wood properties and ecology in oder to assist agroforestry and construction industries to optimize the evaluation of wood forest products.

Collaborators : Jacques Beauchêne (Cirad-EcoFoG, Kourou), Bruno Clair (CNRS-EcoFoG, Kourou), Alain Brunelle & David Touboul (CNRS-ICSN, Gif-sur-Yvette), Grégory Genta-Jouve (COMETE, Université Paris V), Gérald Remaud & Richard Robins (UMR CEISAM, Nantes)
Ph.D. student : Claudiane Flora (Fellowship 2014-2017 : Université de Guyane)
Undergraduate students :
L3 : Stéphanie Chou Ket Kime (2015, Université de Guyane)
M2 : Gaël Frédéric (2016, Université de Strasbourg)
Grant : CEBA (2013-2015)

Publications
Biosynthetic investigation and localization of bioactive metabolites in Amazonian tree species Sextonia rubra (Lauraceae) by 2D and 3D TOF-SIMS imaging coupled with MS/MS.
In preparation (thesis work of Tingting Fu supervised by Alain Brunelle & Serge Della Negra)

Tandem MS imaging and in situ identification of bioactive wood metabolites in Amazonian tree species Sextonia rubra (Lauraceae).
In preparation (thesis work of Tingting Fu supervised by Alain Brunelle & Serge Della Negra)

Bossu J, Beauchêne J, Estevez Y, Duplais C*, Clair B* (2016). New Insights on Wood Dimensional Stability Influenced by Secondary Metabolites : The Case of a Fast-Growing Tropical Species Bagassa guianensis Aubl. PLoS ONE 11(3) : e0150777.

Cuticular bacterial communities of ant species

We are interested in the biology and the chemistry of the bacterial microbiota of ant cuticles. We have isolated cuticular Actinobacteria to test their antibiotic activities and we are using mass spectrometry molecular networks to explore the diversity of small natural compounds produced when bacteria are co-culturing. We also try to better understand acquisition mechanisms, biodiversity, and functions of ant cuticular microbiota by testing correlations between microbiota data (metabarcoding) and chemical data (MS metabolomics). This research project link natural products chemistry, microbioloy, and community ecology.

Collaborators : Lucie Zinger (CNRS-EDB, Université de Toulouse), Grégory Genta-Jouve (COMETE, Université Paris V), Alexandre Maciuk & Bruno Figadère (CNRS-BioCIS, Université ParisSud), Niklas Tysklind (INRA-EcoFoG, Kourou), Corrie Moreau (Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago)

Ph.D. student :
Caroline Birer (Fellowship 2013-2016 : CNRS and CEBA)
Undergraduate students :
M2 : Marie-Hélène Soba (2015, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardennes)
L3 : Marie-Claire Izeros (2014, Université de Guyane), Sacha Cataldo (2015, Université de Guyane), Franciscar Bien-Aimé (2016, Université de Guyane).
Grant : CNRS Mission pour l’Interdisciplinarité - PEPS EXOMOD (2014-2016)

Publications
C. Birer, N. Tysklind, L. Zinger*, C. Duplais* (2017) Comparative analysis of DNA extraction methods to study the body surface microbiota of insects : a case study with ant cuticular bacteria Molecular Ecology Resources, early views.

Evolutionary aspects of latex chemical composition in Amazonian trees

Coming soon

Collaborators : Chris Baraloto & Diego Salazar (Florida International University), Frédéric Péruch & Stéphane Carlotti (LPCO, Université de Bordeaux)
Undergraduate student : M1 : Joan Balmot (2016, Université de Montpellier)
Grant : CEBA (2015-2016)

A-M Cortesero, M. Profitt, C. Duplais, F. Viard (2016) Chemical ecology : an integrative and experimental science. In New Advances in Chemical Ecology, Eds : A. G. Bagnères, M. Hossaert-McKey, Coll. ISTE-WILEY. ISBN : 978-1-84821-924-3

Other project - Medicinal chemistry against Malaria

The search for safe antimalarial compounds, acting against asexual symptom-responsible stage and sexual transmission-responsible forms of Plasmodium species, is one of the major challenges in malaria elimination programs. So far, among current drugs approved for human use, only primaquine fulfills this objective.
In collaboration with the parasitology unit of the Pasteur Institute of French Guiana, we have successfully settled transmission-blocking biossays based on the inhibition of male gametocytes exflagellation using P. falciparum reference strains and field isolates from French Guiana. We are interested in antimalarial and transmission-blocking activities of safe and inexpensive dyes and additionally we investigate their use as coupling partner in covalent biotherapy strategy.

Collaborators : Lise Musset & Stéphane Pelleau (Institut Pasteur de la Guyane), Eric Legrand, (Pasteur Paris), Jean Popovici (Institut Pasteur du Cambodge), Louis-Jérôme Leba (UMR QualiSud, Université de Guyane)
Undergraduate student :
L3 : Giovany Marie-Rose (2016, Université de Guyane)
Grant : Institut Pasteur - ACIP (2012-2014)

Publications
L-J. Leba, J. Popovici, Y. Estevez, S. Pelleau, E. Legrand, L. Musset, C Duplais* (2017)
Antiplasmodial activities of dyes against Plasmodium falciparum asexual and sexual stages : Contrasted uptakes of triarylmethanes Brilliant green, Green S (E142), and Patent Blue V (E131) by erythrocytes, International Journal for Parasitology : Drugs and Drug Resistance, 7, 314-320.

L-J. Leba, L. Musset, S. Pelleau, Y. Estevez, C. Birer, S. Briolant, B. Witkowski, D. Menard, M. Delves, E. Legrand, C Duplais, J. Popovici* (2015). Use of Plasmodium falciparum culture-adapted field isolates for in vitro exflagellation-blocking assay. Malaria Journal 14, 214.

News

September 21
Congrats to Anaïs Chanson who is the recipient of a PhD fellowship from the University of French Guiana. Her thesis, co-surpervised by Christophe Duplais and Corrie Moreau, will focus on the bacterial natural products of ants in French Giuana by studying factors that impact the diversity of the biosynthetic genes that produce cyclodipeptides and non-ribosomal peptides.

September 20
Our Highlight article on two amazing papers in biosynthesis : (1) A. Osbourn and collaborators : PNAS 2017, 114, E6005-E6014 & (2) S. O’Connor and collaborators : Nat. Commun. 2017, 8, 316 is online
C. Duplais*, Y. Estevez (2017) Tandem biocatalysis unlocks the challenging de novo production of plant natural products. ChemBioChem, Early view.
The paper is dedicated to Michel Rohmer.

August 2
Our article Antiplasmodial activities of dyes against Plasmodium falciparum asexual and sexual stages : Contrasted uptakes of triarylmethanes Brilliant green, Green S (E142), and Patent Blue V (E131) by erythrocytes is online International Journal for Parasitology : Drugs and Drug Resistance
L.-J. Leba, J. Popovici, Y. Estevez, S. Pelleau, E. Legrand, L. Musset, C. Duplais*

July 22
Update on my marital status, married the most amazing woman Corrie Moreau

May 11
The first paper of Caroline is online in Molecular Ecology Resources. Congrats Caro !!
C. Birer, N. Tysklind, L. Zinger*, C. Duplais*. Comparative analysis of DNA extraction methods to study the body surface microbiota of insects : a case study with ant cuticular bacteria. Mol. Ecol. Res. Early Views.

April 6
Congratulations to Caroline Birer for successfully defending her amazing and impressive Ph.D work !! Thesis title : Bacterial microbiota of ant’s cuticle in French Guiana : antibiotic activities and community ecology.
Thesis committee members : Jean-Luc Wolfender (University of Geneva), Jérôme Chave (CNRS, UMR EDB-University of Toulouse), Heidy Schimann (INRA, UMR EcoFoG), Grégory Genta-Jouve (UME COMETE-University Paris Descartes)
+ Co-PI : Bruno Figadère (CNRS, UMR BioCIS-University Paris Saclay), Lucie Zinger (ENS), Niklas Tysklind (INRA, UMR EcoFoG), Christophe Duplais (CNRS, UMR EcoFoG)

March 13
Collaborative work just published in Journal of Natural Products by Pierre Champy* & Mehdi A. Beniddir* (UMR BioCIS, Université Paris Saclay)
A. E. Fox Ramos, C. Alcover, L. Evanno, A. Maciuk, M. Litaudon, C. Duplais, G. Bernadat, J.-F. Gallard, J.-C. Jullian, E. Mouray, P. Grellier, P. M. Loiseau, S. Pomel, E. Poupon, P. Champy, M. A. Beniddir (2017). Revisiting Previously Investigated Plants : A Molecular Networking-Based Study of Geissospermum leave J. Nat. Prod. 80 (4), pp 1007–1014

March 1
You want to apply for a Ph.D co-supervised by Christophe Duplais & Corrie Moreau ? Interested in Evolution/Molecular Biology/Chemical Biology ? Interested in Ants/Bacteria/Biosynthetic Gene Clusters/Nonribosomal Peptides/Dicyclopeptides ? Please email me NOW

January 28
Check out our review with my colleague Romain Duval (IRD, UMR MERIT-Paris Descartes) just published in Natural Product Reports
R. Duval, C. Duplais (2017). Fluorescent natural products as tracers and probes in biology. Nat. Prod. Rep, 34:161-193.
AND congrats to Romain who made the beautiful Inside Front Cover

Publications

27 publications since 2007 ; 2 book chapters ; 1373 citations ; average citations per item : 52.8 ; Scopus h-index : 18

2017
C. Duplais*, Y. Estevez (2017). Tandem biocatalysis unlocks the challenging de novo production of plant natural products. ChemBioChem, Early view.

L-J. Leba, J. Popovici, Y. Estevez, S. Pelleau, E. Legrand, L. Musset, C. Duplais* (2017). Contrasted antiplasmodial activities of triarylmethane analogues Brilliant Green, Green S and Patent Blue V against Plasmodium falciparum asexual and sexual stages. International Journal for Parasitology : drugs and drug resistance, 7, 314-320.

C. Birer, N. Tysklind, L. Zinger*, C. Duplais* (2017). Comparative analysis of DNA extraction protocols to assess cuticular bacterial diversity of ants. Molecular Ecology Resources, early views doi : 10.1111/1755-0998.12688

A. E. Fox Ramos, C. Alcover, L. Evanno, A. Maciuk, M. Litaudon, C. Duplais, G. Bernadat, J.-F. Gallard, J.-C. Jullian, E. Mouray, P. Grellier, P. M. Loiseau, S. Pomel, E. Poupon, P. Champy, M. A. Beniddir (2017). Revisiting Previously Investigated Plants : A Molecular Networking-Based Study of Geissospermum leave. J. Nat. Prod., 80, 1007-1014.

R. Duval*, C. Duplais (2017). Fluorescent natural products as probes and tracers in biology. Nat. Prod. Rep., 34,161-193.

2016
J. Bossu, J. Beauchêne, Y. Estevez, C. Duplais*, B. Clair* (2016). New insights on wood dimensional stability influenced by secondary metabolites : the case of a fast-growing tropical species Bagassa guianensis Aubl. PLoS ONE, 11, e0150777.

2015
L-J. Leba, L. Musset, S. Pelleau, Y. Estevez, C. Birer, S. Briolant, B. Witkowski, D. Menard, M. Delves, E. Legrand, C. Duplais, J. Popovici (2015). Use of Plasmodium falciparum culture-adapted field isolates for in vitro exflagellation-blocking assay. Malaria Journal, 14, 214.

K. Cottet, Y. Fromentin, M. Kritsanida, R. Grougnet, G. Odonne, C. Duplais, S. Michel, M.-C. Lallemand (2015). Isolation of Guttiferones from renewable parts of Symphonia globulifera by centrifugal partition chromatography Comparative. Planta Med., 81, 1606.

2014
K. Cottet, G. Genta-Jouve, Y. Fromentin, G. Odonne, C. Duplais, O. Laprevote, S. Michel, M.-C. Lallemand (2014). Comparative LC-MS-based metabolite profiling of the ancient tropical rainforest tree Symphonia globulifera. Phytochemistry, 108, 102.

2013
T. M. Casella, V. Eparvier, H. Mandavad, A. Bendelac, G. Odonne, C. Duplais, L. S. Espindola, D. Stien (2013). Antimicrobial and cytotoxic secondary metabolites from tropical leaf endophytes : Isolation of antibacterial agent pyrrocidine C from Lewia infectoria SNB-GTC2402. Phytochemistry, 96, 370.

2012
B. H. Lipshutz, B. R. Taft, A. R. Abela, S. Ghorai, A. Krasovskiy, C. Duplais (2012). Catalysis in the Service of Green Chemistry : Nobel Prize-Winning Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Couplings, Run in Water at Room Temperature. Platinium Metals Rev., 56, 64.

2011
C. Duplais, A. Krasovskiy, B. H. Lipshutz (2011). Organozinc Chemistry Enabled by Micellar Catalysis. Pd-Catalyzed Cross-Couplings Between Alkyl and Aryl Bromides in Water at Room Temperature. Organometallics, 30, 6090.

B. H. Lipshutz, S. Ghorai, A. R. Abela, R. Moser, T. Nishikata, C. Duplais, A. Krasovskiy, R. D. Gaston, R. C. Gadwood (2011). TPGS-750-M : A Second-Generation Amphiphile for Metal-Catalyzed Cross-Couplings in Water at Room Temperature. J. Org. Chem., 76, 4379.

A. Krasovskiy, I. Thomé, J. Graff, V. Krasovskaya, P. Konopelski, C. Duplais, B. H. Lipshutz, (2011). Cross-Couplings of Alkyl Halides with Heteroaromatic Halides, in Water at Room Temperature. Tetrahedron Lett., 52, 2203.

2010
A. Krasovskiy, C. Duplais, B. H. Lipshutz (2010). Stereoselective Negishi-like Couplings Between Alkenyl and Alkyl Halides in Water at Room Temperature. Org. Lett., 12, 4742.

B. H. Lipshutz, A. R. Abela, Z. V. Boskovic, T. Nishikata, C. Duplais, A. Krasovskiy (2010). Greening Up : Cross-Coupling Chemistry. Top. Catal., 53, 985.

C. Duplais, A. J. Forman, B. A Baker, B. H. Lipshutz (2010). UC Pd. A New Form of Pd/C for Sonogashira Couplings. Chem. Eur. J., 16, 3366.

C. Duplais, A. Krasovskiy, Alina Wattenberg, B. H. Lipshutz (2010). Cross-Couplings Between Benzylic and Aryl Halides ‘‘on Water.’’ Synthesis of Diarylmethanes. Chem. Commun., 562.

2009
A. Krasovskiy, C. Duplais, B. H. Lipshutz (2009). Zn-Mediated, Pd-Catalyzed Cross-Couplings in Water at Room Temperature Without Prior Formation of Organozinc reagents. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 131, 15592.

G. Cahiez, C. Duplais, J. Buendia (2009). The Chemistry of Organomanganese Compounds. Chem. Rev., 109, 1434.

G. Cahiez, C. Duplais, J. Buendia (2009). Manganese-Catalyzed Oxydative Cross-Couplings of Grignard Reagents Using Oxygen as Oxidant. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 48, 6731.

G. Cahiez, C. Chaboche, C. Duplais, A. Moyeux (2009). A New Efficient Catalytic System for the Chemoselective Cobalt-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling of Aryl Grignard Reagents with Primary and Secondary Alkyl Bromides. Org. Lett., 11, 277.

2008
G. Cahiez, C. Chaboche, C. Duplais, A. Gulianni, A. Moyeux (2008) Cobalt-Catalyzed Cross Coupling Reaction Between Functionnalized Primary and Secondary Alkyl Halides and Aliphatic Grignard Reagents. Adv. Synth. Catal. 350, 1484.

2007
G. Cahiez, A. Moyeux, J. Buendia, C. Duplais (2007). Manganese- or Iron-Catalyzed Homocoupling of Grignard Reagents Using Atmospheric Oxygen as an Oxidant. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 129, 13788.

G. Cahiez, C. Duplais, A. Moyeux (2007). Iron-Catalyzed Alkylation of Alkenyl Grignard Reagents. Org. Lett., 9, 3253.

G. Cahiez, V. Habiak, C. Duplais, A. Moyeux (2007). Iron-Catalyzed Alkylations of Aromatic Grignard Reagents. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 46, 4364.

2004
C. Duplais, F. Bures, I. Sapountzis, T. J. Korn, G. Cahiez, P. Knochel (2004). An Efficient Synthesis of Diaryl Ketones by Iron-Catalyzed Arylation of Aroyl Cyanides. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 43, 2968.

CV

Positions
2016- Present
CNRS Chargé de Recherche first class (CR1) at EcoFoG
Scientific affiliate at the Field Museum of Chicago. Corrie Moreau Lab
Oct. 2011 - 2016
CNRS Chargé de Recherche (CR2) - research scientist (group leader) at EcoFoG, Cayenne, French Guiana, France.
2011 CNRS job application N°16/05 (natural products, chemical ecology), rank : 1
2011 CNRS job application N°12/03 (organic chemistry, catalysis), rank : 1

2011
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Paris XIII, France
Department of Chemistry, PI : Gérard Cahiez (CNRS).
2008 - 2011
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, PI : Bruce Lipshutz.

Education
2016
HDR (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) – University of French Guiana (France)
Medicinal chemistry against malaria and chemical ecology in French Guiana.
2004 - 2008
Ph.D. – University of Cergy-Pontoise (France)
Manganese- and iron-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions and preparation of functionalized organomanganese compounds. Advisor : Gérard Cahiez, (CNRS).
2003 - 2004
M.Sc. – University of Cergy-Pontoise (France) ; Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Germany)
Fine organic chemistry and total synthesis. Master’s thesis project on iron catalysis. Advisors : Gérard Cahiez (CNRS) and Paul Knochel (LMU, Munich)
2001 - 2004
Engineer school in organic and inorganic chemistry (ESCOM, Cergy-Pontoise, France)


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