HKCTC & HKAS Seminar on R&D Projects of Medical Testing

The Hong Kong Council for Testing and Certification (HKCTC) and Hong Kong Accreditation Service co-organized a seminar entitled “R&D Projects of Medical Testing” on 6th July 2015. The seminar aimed to showcase several R&D projects on medical testing funded by the Innovation and Technology Fund (ITF) about the latest technological advancement on medical testing.

It is pity that I attended the second part of the seminar and missing the following topics.
In the beginning, Mr. Kesson Lee (Secretary-General, HKCTC) gave a welcome remark.
The first speaker was Prof. Allen Chan (Department of Chemical Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, CUHK) and his presentation entitled “Liquid Biopsy: from a Test for Liver Cancer to a Generic Tumor Marker for All Cancers”.
The second speaker was Dr. Leung Ka-wing (Laboratory Manager, Laboratory of Molecular Testing, HKUST) and his topic named “The Critical Role of Hair Sampling: An Extension of The Drug Detection and Service Platform for Hair Testing”.

I arrived during the tea break and took a photo with Prof. Michael Yang.

The third speaker was Prof. Michael Yang (Head and Chair Professor, Department of Biomedical Science, CityU) and his presentation topic was “Molecular Diagnostics Kits and Microfluidics System for Detection of Infectious Pathogens and Cancer Cell Mutations”. Firstly, Prof. Yang introduced the Precision Medicine which focused on Molecular Classification and Effective Drug.

Prof. Yang explained the traditional classification of cancer mainly on organs but the molecular classification on their gene of cancer. Each cancer cell had different mutation gene. Therefore, highly effective drugs for defined patients were employed through the target-based therapeutics for different type of cancer.

Precision Medicine would use Big Data for diagnosis and its analytical platforms included Sample Processing, Data Generation and Data Processing. Then Prof. Yang briefed his researches included DNA Chips, Microfluidics and Nanomedicine in which several projects had got ITF successfully.

One of his spin off companies employed the technique named Multiplex PCR and DNA Chips for Molecular Diagnosis. The company named “Multigene” which had been Science Park Incubatee and got HOKLAS Accreditation (ISO 15189).

Then Prof. Yang introduced his Microfluidics Technology Platform included “Fabrication of Microfluidics”, “Generation of Concentration Gradient”, “Controlled Manipulation of Particles” and “On-chip Analysis of DNA/Proteins/Cells. The following diagram showed his Digital Single-Cell PCR in Microfluidics Chips. After that he mentioned the Single Cell Gene Expression Analysis and found Drug metabolism or resistant genes.
The Amplification Protocol was showed as follows:
1. Single cell isolation by microfluidic chips
2. Cell lysis
3. Inverse transcription
4. Exonuclease treatment
5. cDNA preamplication
6. 10-100 Dilution of qPCR

Finally, Prof. Yang summarized the talk included Molecular Diagnostic Kits based on PCR and DNA Chip Technology for Infectious pathogens, Viral genotyping and Tumor gene mutations; as well as, Single Cell Analysis System based on Microfluidics Technology on Sing Cell selection and isolation, mutation analysis, gene expression analysis, and circulation tumor cell identification.

Q&A Session
One of participants asked Prof. Yang about Quality and Quantity result of molecular analysis. “It depended on what purpose of the testing.” answered by Prof. Yang. He said the technique could do both. About the cost of molecular diagnostic, Prof. Yang said it had already lower (~one to several thousand HKD).

Before we left, Mr. Dominic Lam (CEO, CMATCL), Mr. Arthur SY Lam (General Manager, Business Development, CMATCL) and I took a photo with Prof. Yang.

HKCTC - http://www.hkctc.gov.hk/en/home.html
HKCTC Seminar presentation file - http://www.hkctc.gov.hk/en/work_seminars.html#b50
HKAS - http://www.itc.gov.hk/en/quality/hkas/about.htm


HKSTP Entrepreneurship Symposium 2015

The “Entrepreneurship Symposium 2015” was coorganized by Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) and Innovation and Technology Commission (ITC) on 3rd July 2015. The theme named “How to start up Start-Ups? You can Make A Difference! Be Inspired!” Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA) was one of strategic partners

In the beginning, Mrs Fanny Law Fan Chiu-fun, GBS, JP (Chairperson, HKSTP) gave welcome speech. She said one of secrets of success startup was Mentor. She also pointed out that Hong Kong needed to adopt local innovation (e.g. First@SciencePark program to test innovation concept). In addition, most important things of startup founder were Super-hardworking and passion.

Ms. Janet Wong Wing-chen, JP (Commissioner, Innovation and Technology Commission, HKSAR) gave an opening remark. She quoted seven questions from the book “Form Zero to One” for opening as below:
i) Can you create breakthrough technology instead of incremental improvements? (Engineering)
ii) Is now the right time to start your particular business? (Timing)
iii) Are you starting with a big share of a small market? (Market Share)
iv) Do you have the right team? (People)
v) Do you have a way to not just create but deliver your product? (Distribution)
vi) Will your market position be defensible 10 and 20 years into the future? (Durability)
vii) Have you identified a unique opportunity that others don’t see? (Secret)

The first speaker was Prof. Li Ze-xiang (Director, Da-Jiang Innovations Science and Technology Co., Ltd.; Professor, ECE Dept., HKUST) and his topic named “Coach to Win: Creating an Ecosystem for the Hong Kong Robotic Industry and Beyond”. Firstly, Prof. Li introduced background of HKUST and his Entrepreneurship Experience such as his first startup company – Googol Tech. 

Then Prof. Li introduced the Automation Technology Centre which established in 1992 and spinoff four successful companies including DJI, Googol, QKM and ePropulsion.

After that Prof. Li briefed the “Tech Transfer” Model they employed and it separated into 3 tiers from HKUST to ASTRI and then to Hong Kong Industries.

Using this model, Prof. Li explained a new ecosystem for Hong Kong Robotic Industry. In Tier 2 & 3, we needed to collaborate with Shenzhen. So Prof. Li concluded to create a mini ecosystem that leveraged strength from both HKUST and Shenzhen, it was possible to foster world class technology companies. Robotics presented a rare and grand opportunity for both Hong Kong and the Region. Lastly, he told student to be “Dream Big, Start Small and Move Fast”.

The second speaker was Mr. Jason Chiu (CEO, Cherrypicks) and his presentation topic named “My Startup Hacking Journey”. Mr. Chiu said “Ordinary Person Trying to Do Extraordinary Things” and then briefed his company, which established in 2000, to be a regional leader in mobile marketing, shopping and commerce. His statement called “Think Global, Dream Big, Start Small, Take Risk”.

Mr. Chiu said “Success is often merely seizing the opportunity with a prior foresight and long preparation; to be focused and be persistent in building core competence to support your vision… then, when the opportunity arises, you will get lucky”. Then he shared his company up and down seriously from fund rising to reduction of staff.

Some tips Mr. Chiu pointed out below.
i) Think validation, not valuation. Most of the time, what you need is not funding, but product or business model validation.
ii) When something looks clearly feasible and certain, it is usually wrong.
iii) Lean and starved makes you more creative. Don’t take the money before tipping point. Because too many battle lines; too many investors.
He concluded that “Do Something Difficult and Different” and “Fail Big, Fail Fast, Fail Forward”. He used Dragon Boat told us their management philosophy. Lastly, he said culture for Innovation supported by IP policy, internal reward and external award.

Panel Discussion: Hatching the Golden Egg.
Left: Mr. Peter Mok (Head of Incubation Programmes, HKSTP), Mr. Herman LAM (CEO, Cyberport), Dr. Alwin Wong (Director, Institute for Entrepreneurship, PolyU) and Mr. Theodore Ma (Co-Founder, CoCoon) and Moderator – Ms. Yana Robbins (Editor-In-Chief, JampStart Magazine))

The third speakers were Mr. Johann Wong (Deputy Commissioner, Innovation and Technology Commission, HKSAR) and Mr. Constant Tang (Senior Manager, Corporate Development, HKSTP) and their topic named “Fund as Fuel”. Mr. Johann Wong introduced different ITC funding especially the new one named “Enterprise Support Scheme (ESS)”.

Mr. Constant Tang introduced Corporate Venture Fund (CVF), which initially HK$50M formed from HKSTP; it aimed to help high potential early stage technology companies to overcome the difficulty to get seed to Series A funding. Since it was co-invest with private investors up to 1:1 ratio, it could attract more Angel and Venture Capital investors to invest in technology start-ups in Hong Kong in order to spur more private funding into the ecosystem, especially at the early stage.

The CVF would be managed according to investment industry best practices. HKSTP would form Investment Committee (IC) to oversee the fund. The assessment criteria of the CVF were showed in the following diagram.

Mr. Nick Alter (Global Wealth Management Technology Lead, Asia Pacific, J.P. Morgan Private Bank) was the fourth speaker and his topic was “Investing in Game Changing Technologies – Innovation is coming!” He quoted head of JPMorgan Intelligent Solutions (JPMIS) that “the opportunity for our firm is inspiring, including facilitating better customer, outcomes, more efficient execution, improved productivity and new ways for the firm to grow”.

Mr. Alter briefed “What is Innovation”. He said innovation means different things to different people. Then he discussed Fintechs which was importantly to bring innovation to Fintechs so as to leverage new technology advances. The first element Mr. Alter considered was “Innovation Culture”. Fintech could improve productivity for clients and staff.

Mr. Alter also identified three tech trends below.
i) US adults now spend a third of their waking hours with digital devices
ii) About 70% of the world’s population will be using smartphones by 2020
iii) Global data will grow by 50 times over the next decade
The challenges engaging with Global Fintech was show in the following diagram.

The last keynote speaker was Mr. Po Chung (Co-founder, DHL International) and his presentation was “From Zero to Global”. In the beginning, Mr. Chung briefed his relevant story. Then he introduced the development of DHL from USA and Hong Kong in 1969 to China in 1980. Then he told us the most important elements for Start-up Success were Idea, Team, Business Plan, Money and Timing. Timing is the key!

Mr. Po Chung shared three key DHL Secrets below.
i) Push decision to the lowest level. Distributed Leadership.
ii) Educate every member to think strategically. Critical and independent thinking can be taught and must be taught at all levels of management.
iii) You can make any mistake once but tell everyone else.
The management evolution was also mentioned.

Lastly, Mr. Po Chung shared three entrepreneurial things Hong Kong was able to do through One Belt One Road below.
i) Hong Kong Needs a Vision
- “Where there’s no vision, the people will perish.” (The Bible)
- “Differentiate or Die.” (Jack Trout)
- “Go where our competitor cannot go or will not go.” (Anita Roddick, Body Shop)
ii) Hong Kong’s Killer App
- Be trustworthy and respectable by the world so others will follow.
- Think critically and independenly so we can provide superior service and manage the unpredictable (執生).
- We are different. They are Makers & Builders; we are Traders and Service Providers (行商坐賈).
iii) Hong Kong’s Positioning
- Help the Mainland to learn the rights things when going global.
- Identify “Mustn’t Have” elements when going global and explain why.
- Explain to the Mainland’s “local” service is not good for “global”.

Mr. Chung concluded that Hong Kong provide service upto Global standard to Mainland after “One Belt One Road” constructions finished. He quoted James McNerney (Former CEO of Boeing) statement that “Making planes is not difficult. Servicing them around the world is difficult.” There are things that Makers cannot see about Service: 看不見, 看不起, 看不懂.

There are two panel discussion sessions. The first one was Fire-side Chat: How We Did It? Mr. Allen Ma (CEO, HKSTP) chaired the session. Guests were Prof. Ronald Li (Director, Novoheart), Mr. Fracis Kwok (CEO, Radica) and Mr. Isaac Mao (Co-founder, Aivvy) (From Left).

The second panel discussion named “Hunting for Deals”. Mr. Duncan Chiu (Managing Director, Radiant Ventures) was the moderator. Guests included Dr. Samson Tam (Chairman, Hong Kong Business Angel Network) and Mr. S.C. Mak (Vice Chairman, PRC Committee, Hong Kong Venture Capital & Private Equity Association).

Some demonstration booths were located in the hall. DJI was showed their product.

The eNano our former incubatee was also here. (Our service to eNano is shown at http://enewsletter.hkstp.org/66/en-us/news/2 )

HKSTP - http://www.hkstp.org
HKSTP Enterpreneurship Symposium 2015


ASQ InfVoices – Quality Life and Succession

The topic in June 2015 of ASQ Influential Voices was written by Sunil Kaushik who shared his travel experience using lean & 5S. His article named “How Lean Helped Me Travel To Egypt With Just $500”. Mr. Sunil Kaushik demonstrated how employed Quality Principle in our life and he got effective and efficiency results. However, I observed many gurus were able to apply quality principle they believed in their life and then influent to their family, friends and others. Therefore, I would like to discuss quality life of quality professionals and their succession.

The first one I would like to discuss was Prof. Liu Yuanzhang (1925-2014) who is the father of Quality Management in China. HKSQ met Prof. Liu during ANQ Congress 2011 in Vietnam.

Recently, I received his daughter (Ms. Liu Ming, (Mindy Fukushi)) email and she sent me an essay on her father for memory. She had influenced by Prof. Liu and became Quality Professional too. I would like to summarize some points of the article to show how Prof. Liu influent Ms. Liu Ming:
i) Don’t complaint the fact (e.g. old factory problem)! You need to accept the fact objectively and face it.
ii) Good Quality Professionals should have high standard on themselves.
iii) When Ms. Liu Ming was 12 years old, Prof. Liu handmade a very delicate small balance. At the time, Ms. Liu Ming understood how to appreciate the taste or standard of things.
iv) When she was a child, Prof. Liu blamed her about the mistake on “cm” and “m” seriously.
v) Prof. Liu had told her that people needed to observe others need (Customer Requirements / Needs) and also focused on effective.
vi) Prof. Liu’s enthusiasm and passion on TQM burn into his daughter’s mind.

The second one was Mr. Bill Hunter (One of authors on the book named “Statistics for Experimenters - Second Edition”) (1937-1986) and worked with Deming before. Bill Hunter was a consultant, educator for practitioners, communicator, and integrator of statistical thinking into other disciplines. Now, his son Mr. John Hunter become Quality Professional and one of 12 people worldwide selected by the W. Edwards Deming Institute to reconfigure Dr. Deming’s famous “Four Day Seminar” into the 2.5 day seminar “Out of the Crisis”. After read John’s blog, I observed that he visited many factories with his father when he was a child.
(Photo: We met on 15 Jun 2014 when John taught a course for HKQAA in Hong Kong.)

The third succession case was Mr. Gregory Watson (Past President of International Academy for Quality (IAQ)) and his son Mr. Andrew Watson. Mr. Gregory Watson is a leading global voice on quality and his son is an artist and educator. They wrote an article named “The Future of Customer Experience (CEx): CEx Becomes the Dominant Design Force Influencing Markets” in the ASQ 2015 Future of Quality Report.
(Photo: We met in ASQ WCQI Chairman Session in 2011)

Mr. Andrew Watson was one of keynote speakers in ANQ Congress 2015 and his topic named “The Role of Artistic Thinking as an Innovation Stimulus to Increase Quality” (http://www.anq2015.org/?product_13.html).

Therefore, I could draw a conclusion that most quality gurus practice quality principle in themselves and their quality behavior would affect people around them including family members, friends, co-workers, partners, and others. 

A View from the Q - http://asq.org/blog/
20140406: Remember Academician Liu Yuanzhang (劉源張) - Father of Quality Management in China - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2014/04/remember-academician-liu-yuanzhang.html
20140615: HKSQ Dinner with John Hunter (Deming Institute) - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2014/06/hksq-dinner-with-john-hunter.html
20110518: ASQ World Conference - World Partner Workshop - http://qualityalchemist.blogspot.hk/2011/05/asq-world-conference-world-partner.html
John Hunter (2015) “The Aim Should be the Best Life – Not Work v. Life Balance” and (2013) “George Box


HKSQ Seminar on Food Toxicity using Fish Embryos

The seminar entitled "Food Toxicity using Fish Embryos" was organized by Hong Kong Society for Quality (HKSQ) and co-organizer by America Society for Quality (ASQ) – Hong Kong on 26th Jun 2015. The seminar aimed to share Vitargent’s ground-breaking transgenic medaka and zebrafish Fish Embryo Toxicity (FET) test technologies has the capability to screen more than 1,000 toxins at one time. Moreover, Vitargent got the “Grand Prize of the 43rd International Exhibition of Inventions of GENEVA” to using a system for detecting toxins in April 2015. In the beginning, I (Former Chairman, HKSQ) introduced our guest speaker Dr. Xueping Chen who studied PhD in BCH Department, City University of Hong Kong (CityU) and then performed 3 years post-doc. After 6 years research in CityU, Dr. Xueping Chen and another CityU student formed Start-up named “Vitargent (Int’l) Biotechnology Ltd.” since April 2010 and located in Hong Kong Science and Technology Park.

Dr. Xueping Chen (CTO, Vitargent) introduced the history and service of her company first. They were first and only accredited ISO 17025 testing lab in Asia offering in vivo toxicity screening methods.

Then Dr. Chen explained why market needs because consumer very concerned about the impact of chemicals used in their products on their health. However, traditional chemical testing was not enough to cover all harmful materials/chemicals.

After that Dr. Chen briefed her technologies that “Zebrafish share 70% of genes with humans and 84% of genes known to be associated with human disease have a zebrafish counterpart” and proven could test over 1,000+ human toxin at once, as well as, widely used in pharmaceutics industry.

The 1st patented transgenic Medaka Embryo test using 8 embryo per well and prepared test sample, negative control (e.g. water) and positive control (e.g. 1ppb, 3ppb, 5ppb, 8ppb, 10ppb) to form calibration curve. Moreover, their curve fitness R-sq was usually above 0.95. In their research, categories included Dairy products, Meat products, Drinks and Others.

Recently, cooking oil was concerned because of gutter oil incident that could not be found using traditional chemical method. The photo showed the abnormalities of the embryos if oil contained harmful toxin.

Finally, Dr. Chen introduced their business model included “Safe Products Testing Provider”, “Safe Products Quality Consultant” and “Safe Products Brand Builder”. Lastly, she mentioned their focus areas involved Cosmetics, Dairy, Edible Oil, Meat & Seafood and Water.

Q&A Session:

Mr. Peter Fung (Chairman, HKSQ) presented a souvenir to Dr. Xueping Chen.

Before end of the seminar, Dr. Albert Tsang (Former Chairman, HKSQ) introduced some coming activities such as ASQ Certification Program Introduction and HKSQ AGM talk about Zero Defect.

HKSQ - www.hksq.org
HKSTP News - HKSTP companies bring home the highest global recognitions on innovation & HKSTP supports Vitargent to achieve laboratory accreditation
CityU News - Alumni win top international award with biotech invention


HKSTP APAC Innovation Summit 2015 - Robotic

The flagship innovation conference of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTPC) named “APAC Innovation Summit 2015 – Robotics” was held from 24th -25th June 2015. Before the summit, I took a photo with my colleague Mr. Nathan Liu in front of the banner.

In the beginning, our chairman Mrs Fanny Law gave welcome speech to all participants. She said the mission of HKSTP was connecting different stakeholder and robotic would be one of new industries to be focused. Hong Kong is a good living laboratory to develop and test of different systematic technologies.

Mr. Johann Wong (Deputy Commissioner, Innovation and Technology Commission, HKSAR) gave an opening remark. He hoped Hong Kong was able to contribute in “Made in China 2025” and joining Robotic community included Health Care, Entertainment and Logistic Industry.

Then group photo with guest was taken.

The first speaker was Mr. Nury Vittachi (Journalist) and his topic named “Introduction”. Mr. Nury Vittachi introduced the story of robot and claimed that more than 50% of movies described robots in negative way. However, it could help many human being in future.

The second speaker was Prof. Homayoon Kazerooni (University of California at Berkeley) and he presented a topic entitled “Phoenix”. Phoenix is the latest exoskeleton from Kaz Lab for personal and home use. Firstly, Prof. Kazerooni briefed different robot related movies such as Alien, The Edge of Tomorrow, Ironman, District 9, etc.

Then Prof. Kazerooni analyzed that Back and Knee injuries were ranked as the number 1 and 2 workplace injuries from US Department of Labor. He use the diagram to classify the difficult of job performed by Disabled, Elderly, Practitioner, Workers and Soldiers.

Finally, Prof. Kazerooni introduced different Excoskeleton tools included “Trunk Support Excoskeleton”, “Leg Support Excoskeleton” and “Complete Exoskeleton”.

The third speaker was Prof. Robert Riener (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich) and his presentation was “Cybathlon: Benchmarking assistive robotic devices”. The Cybathlon is an international championship for racing pilots with disabilities (i.e., parathletes) who are using advanced robotic technologies that provide assistance for daily life activities. Firstly, Prof. Riener demonstrated the use of C-Leg Otto Bock.

Then Prof. Riener introduced “Powered Exoskeleton Race” included Powered Arm Prosthesis Race and Brain-Computer-Interface Race.

Prof. Gordon Cheng (Technische Universität München) was fifth speaker and his topic named “From neuroscience to robotic innovations”. His talk was highlight key robotic systems that had been taken from neuroscience. He said there were three areas of challenges such as Society, Science (Advancing our understanding of human sciences) and Engineering (Improving and bettering technological developments).

Then Prof. Cheng demonstrated his researches in the Institute for Cognitive Systems (ICS) included “Humanoid Balancing, Posture and Locomotion Control” (Diagram below), “Tasks and Skills Transfer”, “Tools for the body”, “Ball Swapping Task”, etc.

The Biological Motivation for an Artificial Skin was introduced. The following diagram used to compare biological skin cell and artificial skin cell. Each artificial skin cell contained different sensors.

Prof. Dario Floreano (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) was sixth speaker and his presentation entitled “Bio-inspired autonomous drones: From research to business”. His research was to simulate flying insect vision such as compound eyes.

Then Prof. Floreano demonstrated the 10-gram indoor microflyer which could perform obstacle avoidance and altitude control.

Prof. Floreano also explained the curved artificial compound eye. Moreover, another research was to develop adaptive morphology flyer like bird’s arm.

The last speaker in the morning session was Mr. Marc Papageorge (Spec Sensors) and his presentation was “Measurement of outdoor air quality using drones”. Firstly, Mr. Papageorge briefed “What gas sensors can do” including Health, Consumer, Safety, Security, Medical, Environmental, Commercial, Industrial and Automotive.

He said air quality for health, Safety and Security needed precise measurement which required by US EPA such as CO, NO2, SO2 and Ozone, etc. For consumer & medical devices, the breath analysis should include Alcohol (EtOH), Asthma (NO), Bad Breath (VSC’s/Sulphur) and Metabolic Rate (Ketones), etc. The six criteria pollutants for gases and particle size were showed in following diagram.

Finally, Mr. Papageorge used video to demonstrate how drone carried the sensor for monitoring CO.

After lunch, the discussion panel theme named “Hong Kong and the Fourth Industrial Revolution”. Prof. Norman Tien (HKU) was the moderator (Right). The panel members were Prof. Ning Xi (Michigan State University), Mr. Cristian Fanucci (Comau Robotics) and Mr. Kay Matzner (Fraunhofer Gesellschaft (IFF)) (Start from Left).

Mr. Kay Matzner said Industry 4.0 was Internet of Manufacturing included Big Data, Robot and IoT in Germany. He also said the key problem in China was data security loss. However, Hong Kong had advantage on data security. Nevertheless, Robotic could support high salary such as Hong Kong and Germany.
Prof. Ning Xi said Robot Connectivity would be the future. Big data analysis added into the physical world needed tools which were robotic. Moreover, robotic was very hot topic in China. He added one of advantages in Hong Kong was multi-culture.

Then Prof. Ning Xi (Michigan State University) presented his topic named “Ultra robots: Applications and challenges”.

He analyzed the robotics development in 3 dimension and the challenges were from Ultra Robots and Automation. Some research reviews were discussed such as “Super Media Enabled Internet-based Telerobotic Operations”, “Internet Based Tele-Diagnostics”, “Car Seat Tele Inspection System”, “Natural Language Control of Robotic Systems”, “Bio-inspired Design for Mobile Sensor Network”, and “Nano Manufacturing”.

Some demonstration booths were located outside. CityU’s one was collaborated with Prof. Ning Xi for developing Nanorobotic platform for fabrication of nanodevices.

HKU’s robot was also here.

(Remark: I haven’t attended the whole day summit because of other business at the same time.)

HKSTP - http://www.hkstp.org
APAC Innovation Summit - http://www.apacinnosummit.net/aboutus


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