Molecular Mycology Laboratory

Broad Research Interests  

1. Molecular biology of chromosome segregation 

2. Genetic circuit modulated by a recent histone innovation

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Research

Centromeres form the primary constriction of a metaphase chromosome.  More than 100 proteins assemble on the centromere (CEN) DNA to form a kinetochore that serves as the site of contact of chromosomes to spindle microtubules.  In some budding yeasts, like Saccharomyces cerevisiae, centromeres are short, less than 400 bp in length, often referred to as point centromeres and the function is DNA sequence dependent.  However in most other organisms, centromeres are longer. These regional centromeres are usually 4000 bp – few megabases in long.  Centromeres of 4 kb – 40 kb in length (Candida albicans, Malassezia globosa), they are often termed as short regional centromeres and those longer than 40 kb (Schizosaccharomyces pombe, Cryptococcus neoformans) are termed as long regional centromeres.  

Our favorite model organisms :

Basidiomycota

Malassezia furfur

Malassezia sympodialis

Malassezia globosa

Cryptococcus neoformans

Cryptococcus deneoformans

Cryptococcus gattii

Cryptococcus amylolentus

 
 

Members

Kaustuv Sanyal

Professor & Tata Innovation Fellow

 

MSc in Biotechnology (Madurai Kamaraj University, India) 

PhD (Bose Institute/Jadavpur University, India)   

Mentor: Prof. Pratima Sinha

Postdoc (University of California, Santa Barbara, USA) 

Mentor: Prof. John Carbon

2020  Visiting Professor, Osaka University                   

2019   Fellow of American Academy of Microbiology

2018   Fellow of Indian National Science Academy  

2017   Fellow of Indian Academy of Sciences

2015   Faculty member, Faculty of 1000

2014   Fellow of National Academy of Sciences of India

2012   Fellow of Guha Research Conference

 

Krishnendu Guin

Research Associate
krishnendu@jncasr.ac.in

Sundar Ram

Research Associate

sundar_ram@jncasr.ac.in

Rima Singha

Graduate Student

rimasingha@jncasr.ac.in

Graduate Student

priya@jncasr.ac.in

Priya Brahma

Graduate Student

priyabrahma@jncasr.ac.in

Priya Jaitly

P V S Satya Dev

Graduate Student
pvssdev@jncasr.ac.in

Rashi Aggarwal

Graduate Student
rashi@jncasr.ac.in

Tejas Patel

Kuladeep Das

Graduate Student
kuladeep@jncasr.ac.in

Nagaraj C

Lab Assistant

Ankita Chattopadhyay

Graduate Student
ankita@jncasr.ac.in

Sahana Ravi

Administrative Assistant

Project student

Aswathy Narayanan

ICMR-Scientist B
aswathy@jncasr.ac.in

Md. Hashim Reza

DBT-Research Associate
hashimreza@jncasr.ac.in

Shweta Panchal

DST-Woman Scientist
shwetapanchal@jncasr.ac.in

 

Alumni

PhD Students 

 

2011      Jitendra Thakur (Steve Henikoff Lab, Fred Hutch, USA)

2012     Babhrubahan Roy (Ajit Joglekar Lab, Univ. of Michigan, USA)

2014     Sreyoshi Mitra  (Lars Jansen Lab, Oxford Univ, UK)

2014     Gautam Chatterjee (Assistant Professor, Vivekananda Univ., India)

2014     Laxmi Shanker Rai (Christophe d’Enfert Lab, Pasteur Institute, Paris, France)

2017      Vikas Yadav (Joe Heitman Lab, Duke Univ., USA)

2018     Neha Varshney (Arshad Desai Lab, Univ. of California, San Diego, USA) 

2019     Lakshmi Sreekumar (Julia Cooper Lab, Colorado Univ, Denver, USA)

2020    Shreyas Sridhar (Tatsuo Fukagawa Lab, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan)

 

MS Students

 

2012    Sivani Vempati

2012    Vikas Yadav

2012    Lakshmi Sreekumar

2013    Shreyas Sridhar

2013    Sundar Ram S

2015    Priya Jaitly

2016    Jigyasa Verma

2016    Aditi Batra

2017    P V S Satya Dev

2018    Bornika Roy

2019    Kuladeep Das

2019    Rashi Aggarwal

2020   Padmalaya

 

 

Postdoctoral Fellows 

 

2008–13   Uttara Chakraborty,  Assistant Professor, Manipal Institute of Regenerative Medicine, Bangalore, India

2009–10   Deepti Jain

2011–13      Abhishek Baghela, Assistant Professor, Agharkar Research Insititute, Pune, India

2012–15:    Arti Dumbrepatil, Science Writer, Durham

 

Project Fellows 

 

2005-06      Shlini

2006–06     Shweta

2006-07      Museer Ahmed Lone

2006-08      Sreedevi Padmanabhan

2007-08      Jinal Shukla

2008–08     Rituparna Mondal

2008–11        Yogitha Thattikota

2008-10       Vikram Naik

2009–10      Ramesh Gadi

2011-13          Tanmoy Chakraborty

2012-12         Hima Bindu

2013-15         Asif Bakshi

2014-15         Parijat Bandhopadhyay

2017–17         Priti Rai

2015–17        Radha Mishra

2017–19        Abhijit Das

2017–18        Bhagya C T

2018–19        Promit Ganguly

 

Undergraduate Students 

 

POBE Students

2007-08   Deepti Ramachandran

2010-11      Vishram Terse

2011-12      Hemanta Sarmah

2015–16    Ninadini Sharma

2018–19    Mohammad Abdus Shakur

 

IISc Undergraduate Student

2012-13     Madwesh

 

Summer Students

 

2006      Achira Roy

2006      Jinal Shukla

2006      Sreedevi Padmanabhan

2007      Anuja C

2009      Shipra Grover

2010      Shipra Grover

2013      Lavanya Balakrishnan

2014      Jyothsna Rameshkumar

2014      Devika C Namboodiri

2015      Dipasree Hajra

2015      Bhavya Revathy

2016      Upasana Basu

2016      Chitra Joshi

2017      Kajal Sandhu

2018      Arkaprabha Adhikary

2019      Deepak M. Kushalani

 

 

Short-term Visitors

 

Aditya Singh Pratihar (Purvanchal University, India)

Jonathan Gomez Raja (Universidad de Extremadura, Spain) 

Priya (IIT-Bombay, India)

Aakansha (IIT-Bombay)

Sabyasachi Sutradhar (IACS, India)

Song Hyungnam  (KRIBB, Korea)

 

 

Visiting Scientists

 

2008      Dharanidhar Dubey (Professor, Purvanchal University, India)

2009      Dharanidhar Dubey (Professor, Purvanchal University, India)

2010      Indrani Bose (Associate Professor, Western Carolina University, USA)

2013      Euijeon Woo (Professor, KRIBB, Korea)

2018      Bharati Prakash (Assistant Professor, University College-Mangalore, India)

 
  1. Guin K, Chen Y, Mishra R, Siti R, Thimmappa BC, O'Brien C, Butler G, Sanyal A*, Sanyal K* (2020) Spatial inter-centromeric interactions facilitated the emergence of evolutionary new centromeres. eLIFE DOI: 10.7554/eLife.58556    Recommended by F1000  

  2. Fang YF, Coelho MA, Sue H, Schotanus K, Thimmappa BC, ...., Sanyal K, Dong S, Nowrousian M, Heitman J  (2020) Long transposon-rich centromeres in an oomycete reveal divergence of centromere features in Stramenopila-Alveolata-Rhizaria lineages. PLOS Genetics DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1008646  

  3. Sankaranarayanan SR, Ianiri G, Coelho M, Reza H, Thimmappa BC, Ganguly P, Vadnala RN, Sun S, Siddharthan R, Tellgren-Roth C, Dawson TL, Heitman J*, Sanyal K* (2020) Loss of centromere function drives karyotype evolution in closely related Malassezia species. eLIFE DOI: 10.7554/eLife.5394      eLife digest: The yeast that re-organized its centromeres 

  4. Navarro-Mendoza M, Perez-Arques C, Panchal S, Nicolas FE, Mondo SJ, Ganguly P, Pangilinan J, Grigoriev IV, Heitman J*, Sanyal K* and Garre V* (2019) Early diverging fungus Mucor circinelloides lacks centromeric histone CENP-A and displays a mosaic of point and regional centromeres. Current Biology DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2019.09.024       Recommended by F1000                                                            Commentary in Current Biology I  Evolution: A mosaic-type centromere in an early diverging fungus. Current Biology 29: R1124 - R1186  DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2019.09.042                                                   

  5. Rai LS, Singha R, Sanchez H, Chakraborty T, Chand B, Bachellier-Bassi S, Chowdhury S, d’Enfert C, Andes DR, Sanyal K* (2019) The Candida albicans biofilm gene circuit modulated at the chromatin level by a recent molecular histone innovation, PLOS Biology  DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.3000422    Recommended by F1000                                                                                                                       

  6. Yadav V^, Yang F^, Reza H, Liu S, Valent B, Sanyal K*, Naqvi NI* (2019) Cellular dynamics and genomic identity of centromeres in cereal blast fungus, mBIO DOI: 10.1128/mBio.01581-19

  7. Prasad P, Sanyal K, Ghosh SK (2019) Sth1, the key subunit of the RSC chromatin remodelling complex, is essential in maintaining chromosomal integrity and mediating high fidelity chromosome segregation in the human fungal pathogen Candida albicans Frontiers in Microbiology  DOI: 10.3389/fmicb.2019.01303

  8. Varshney N*, Sanyal K*. (2019) Nuclear migration in budding yeasts: position before division, Current Genetics DOI: 10.1007/s00294-019-01000-x

  9. Sreekumar L, Jaitly P, Chen Y, Thimmappa BC, Sanyal A, Sanyal K* (2019) Cis and trans chromosomal interactions define pericentric boundaries in the absence of conventional heterochromatin, Genetics  DOI: 10.1534/genetics.119.302179

  10. Suneet K^, Sridhar S^, Agiwal P, Sridhar MS, Sanyal K, Jain S (2019) Magnetic hyperthermia adjunctive therapy for fungi: in vitro studies against Candida albicans International Journal of Hyperthermia DOI: 10.1080/02656736.2019.1609705

  11. Varshney N, Sanyal K* (2019) Aurora kinase Ipl1 facilitates bilobed distribution of clustered kinetochores to ensure error‐free chromosome segregation in Candida albicans, Molecular Microbiology DOI: 10.1111/mmi.14275

  12. Legrand M, Jaitly P, Feri A, d’Enfert C*, Sanyal K* (2019) Candida albicans: an emerging yeast model to study eukaryotic genome plasticity, Trends in Genetics DOI: 10.1016/j.tig.2019.01.005

  13. Varshney N, Som S^, Chatterjee S^, Sridhar S, Bhattacharyya D, Paul R*, Sanyal K* (2019) Spatio-temporal regulation of nuclear division by Aurora B kinase Ipl1 in Cryptococcus neoformans, PLOS Genetics DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1007959

  14. Kakade P, Mahadik K, Balaji KN, Sanyal K, Nagaraja V (2019) Two negative regulators of biofilm development exhibit functional divergence in conferring virulence potential to Candida albicans, FEMS Yeast Research DOI: 10.1093/femsyr/foy078

  15. Hoque J, Yadav V, Prakash RG, Sanyal K, Haldar J (2018) Dual-Function Polymer–Silver Nanocomposites for Rapid Killing of Microbes and Inhibiting Biofilms, ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering  DOI:10.1021/acsbiomaterials.8b00239

  16. Yadav V, Sreekumar L, Guin K, Sanyal K* (2018) Five pillars of centromeric chromatin in fungal pathogens, PLOS Pathogens  DOI: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1007150

  17. Yadav V*, Sanyal K* (2018) Sad1 spatiotemporally regulates kinetochore clustering to ensure high-fidelity chromosome segregation in the human fungal pathogen Cryptococcus neoformans, mSphere DOI: 10.1128/mSphere.00190-18

  18. Yadav V, Sun S, Billmyre RB, Thimmappa BC, Shea T, Lintner R, Bakkeren G, Cuomo CA, Heitman J, Sanyal K* (2018) RNAi is a critical determinant of centromere evolution in closely related fungi, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1713725115

  19. Rai LS, Singha R, Brahma P, Sanyal K*. (2018) Epigenetic determinants of phenotypic plasticity in Candida albicans, Fungal Biology Reviews DOI: 10.1016/j.fbr.2017.07.002

  20. Sun S, Yadav V, Billmyre RB, Cuomo CA, Nowrousian M, Wang L, Souciet JL, Boekhout T, Porcel B, Wincker P, Granek JA, Sanyal K, Heitman J. (2017) Fungal genome and mating system transitions facilitated by chromosomal translocations involving intercentromeric recombination, PLOS Biology   DOI: 10.1371/journal.pbio.2002527

  21. Altamirano S, Fang D, Simmons C, Sridhar S, Wu P, Sanyal K, Kozubowski L. (2017) Fluconazole-induced ploidy change in Cryptococcus neoformans results from the uncoupling of cell growth and nuclear division, mSphere DOI: mSphere.00205-17   Recommended by F1000  

  22. Ghosh C, Yadav V, Younis W, Mohammad H, Hegazy YA, Seleem MN, Sanyal K, Haldar J. (2017) Aryl-alkyl-lysines: membrane-active fungicides that act against biofilms of Candida albicans, ACS Infectious Diseases DOI: 10.1021/acsinfecdis.6b00192

  23. Zhu Y, Engström PG, Tellgren-Roth C, Baudo CD, Kennell JC, Sun S, Billmyre RB, Schröder MS, Sankaranarayanan SR, Sanyal K, Andersson A, Holm T, Sigurgeirsson B. (2017) Proteogenomics produces comprehensive and highly accurate protein-coding gene annotation in a complete genome assembly of Malassezia sympodialis. Nucleic Acids Research. DOI: 10.1093/nar/gkx006

  24. Hoque J, Adhikary U, Yadav V, Samaddar S, Konai MM, Prakash RG, Paramanandham K, Shome BR, Sanyal K, Haldar J. (2016) Chitosan derivatives active against multidrug-resistant bacteria and pathogenic fungi: in vivo evaluation as topical antimicrobials, Molecular Pharmaceutics                      DOI: 10.1021/acs.molpharmaceut.6b00764

  25. Datta A^, Yadav V^, Ghosh A, Choi J, Bhattacharyya D, Kar RK, Ilyas H, Dutta A, An E, Mukhopadhyay J, Sanyal K, Lee D, Ramamoorthy, A Bhunia A (2016) Mode of action of a designed antimicrobial peptide: high potency against Cryptococcus neoformans, Biophysical Journal                   DOI: 10.1016/j.bpj.2016.08.032

  26. Kakade P, Sadhale P, Sanyal K, Nagaraja V. (2016) ZCF32, a fungus specific Zn (II) 2 Cys6 transcription factor, is a repressor of the biofilm development in the human pathogen Candida albicansScientific Reports DOI: 10.1038/srep31124

  27. Chatterjee G, Sankaranarayanan SR, Guin K, Thattikota Y, Padmanabhan S, Siddharthan R, Sanyal K* (2016) Repeat-associated fission yeast-like regional centromeres in the ascomycetous budding yeast Candida tropicalisPLOS Genetics DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1005839

  28. Mitra S, Rai LS, Chatterjee G, Sanyal K* (2016) Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) assay in Candida albicansMethods in Molecular Biology DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4939-3052-4_4

  29. Suryanarayanan TS, Gopal V, Sahal D and Sanyal K (2015) Establishing a national fungal genetic resource to enhance the bioeconomy, Current Science DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2010.09.024

  30. Sutradhar S^ Yadav V^, Sridhar S^, Sreekumar L, Bhattacharyya D, Ghosh SK, Paul R* and Sanyal K* (2015) A comprehensive model to predict mitotic division in budding yeasts, Molecular Biology of the Cell DOI: 10.1091/mbc.E15-04-0236  

  31. KT Nishant* and Sanyal K* (2015) The good, the bad and the ugly: How to protect genome stability from potential threats, Bioessays DOI: 10.1002/bies.201500023

  32. Varshney N^, Schakel A^, Singha R, Chakraborty T, Wijlick LV, Ernst JF* and Sanyal K* (2015),  A surprising role for the Sch9 protein kinase in chromosome segregation in Candida albicansGenetics DOI: 10.1534/genetics.114.173542

  33. Hoque J, Akkapeddi P, Yadav V, Manjunath GB, Uppu DSSM, Konai MM, Yarlagadda V, Sanyal K and Haldar J (2015) Broad spectrum antibacterial and antifungal polymeric paint materials: synthesis, structure-activity relationship and membrane-active mode of action, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces       DOI: 10.1021/am507482y

  34. Mitra S, Gomez-Raja J, Larriba G, Dubey DD and Sanyal K* (2014) Rad51-Rad52 mediated maintenance of centromeric chromatin in Candida albicansPLOS Genetics DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1004344

  35. Janbon G, Ormerod KL, Paulet D, Byrnes III EJ, Yadav V, Chatterjee G, (+41 authors), Sanyal K, Heitman J, Fraser JA, Cuomo CA and Dietrich FS (2014) Analysis of the genome and transcriptome of Cryptococcus neoformans var. grubii reveals complex RNA expression and microevolution leading to virulence attenuation, PLOS Genetics  DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1004261  Recommended by F1000  

  36. Kozubowski L^, Yadav V^, Chatterjee G, Sridhar S, Yamaguchi M, Kawamoto S, Bose I, Heitman J and Sanyal K* (2013) Ordered kinetochore assembly in the human fungal pathogen basidiomycetous yeast Cryptococcus neoformansmBIO DOI: 10.1128/mBio.00614-13

  37. Chakraborty U, Mohamed A, Kakade P, Mugasimangalam R, Sadhale PP and Sanyal K* (2013) A stable hybrid containing haploid genomes of two obligate diploid Candida species, Eukaryotic Cell   DOI: 10.1128/EC.00002-13

  38. Thakur J and Sanyal K* (2013) Efficient neocentromere formation is suppressed by gene conversion to maintain centromere function at native physical chromosomal loci in Candida albicansGenome Research DOI: 10.1101/gr.141614.112

  39. Roy B, Varshney N, Yadav V and Sanyal K* (2013) The process of kinetochore assembly in yeasts, FEMS Microbiology Letters DOI: 10.1111/1574-6968

  40. Thakur J and Sanyal K* (2012) A coordinated interdependent protein circuitry stabilizes the kinetochore ensemble to protect CENP-A in the human pathogenic yeast Candida albicansPLOS Genetics DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1002661

  41. Sanyal K* (2012) How do microbial pathogens make CENs?, PLOS Pathogens                                   DOI: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1002463

  42. Laha S, Das SP, Hajra S, Sanyal K and Sinha P (2011) Functional characterization of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae protein Chl1 reveals the role of sister chromatid cohesion in the maintenance of spindle length during S-phase arrest, BMC Genetics DOI: 10.1186/1471-2156-12-83

  43. Roy B and Sanyal K* (2011) Diversity in Requirement of Genetic and Epigenetic Factors for Centromere Function in Fungi, Eukaryotic Cell DOI: 10.1128/EC.05165-11

  44. Thakur J and Sanyal K* (2011) The essentiality of the fungus specific Dam1 complex is correlated with one kinetochore one microtubule interaction present throughout the cell cycle, independent of the nature of a centromere, Eukaryotic Cell DOI: 10.1128/EC.05093-11

  45. Roy B, Burrack LS, Lone MA, Berman J and Sanyal K* (2011) CaMtw1, a member of the evolutionarily conserved Mis12 kinetochore protein family, is required for efficient inner kinetochore assembly in the pathogenic yeast Candida albicansMolecular Microbiology DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2958.2011.07558.x

  46. Padmanabhan S^, Thakur J^, Siddharthan R and Sanyal K* (2008) Rapid evolution of Cse4p-rich centromeric DNA sequences in closely-related pathogenic yeasts, Candida albicans and Candida dubliniensisProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America   DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0809770105  Recommended by F1000  

  47. Baum M^, Sanyal K^, Mishra PK, Thaler N and Carbon J (2006) Formation of functional centromeric chromatin is specified epigenetically in Candida albicansProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America   DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0606958103   Recommended by F1000  

  48. Sanyal K, Baum M and Carbon J (2004) Centromeric DNA sequences in the pathogenic yeast Candida albicans are all different and unique, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0404318101

  49. Sanyal K and Carbon J (2002) The CENP-A homolog CaCse4p in the pathogenic yeast Candida albicans in a centromere protein essential for chromosomes transmission, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America DOI: 10.1073/pnas.162488299

  50. Ghosh SK, Poddar A, Hajra S, Sanyal K and Sinha P (2001) The IML3/MCM19 gene of Saccharomyces cerevisiae is required for a kinetochore-related process during chromosome segregation, Molecular Genetics and Genomics DOI: 10.1007/s004380000408

  51. Sanyal K, Ghosh SK and Sinha P (1998) The MCM16 gene of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is required for chromosome segregation, Molecular and General Genetics  DOI: 10.1007/s004380050892

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Publications

Student Awards

2019                      

  • Vikas YadavINSA Young Scientist Award

  • Vikas Yadav, NASI Young Scientist Award

  • Neha Varshney, Research Associate fellowship from CSIR

  • Shreyas Sridhar, EMBO travel grant to attend “ Chromosome segregation and Aneuploidy meeting” at Cascais, Portugal.

  • Md. Hashim Reza, travel fellowship from SERB to attend “30th Fungal Genetics Conference”  at Pacific Grove, California, USA

  • Md. Hashim Reza, DBT-CTEP travel Grant to attend “The 8th International Rice Blast Conference” held at Chengdu, China

2018                       

  • Jitendra Thakur  INSA Young Scientist Award

  • Neha Varshney   PLOS Genetics Best Poster Award in Chromosome Stability 2018 in Bangalore

  • Kirishnendu Guin  PLOS Genetics Best Poster Award in Chromosome Stability 2018 in Bangalore

  • Lakshmi Sreekumar  PLOS Genetics Best Poster Award in Chromosome Stability 2018 in Bangalore.

More

 
 
 

Nuclear migration in the wild-type and Ipl1-depleted cells of C. neoformans.
The nucleus is visualized by GFP-tagged histone H4. Images were acquired every 60 s with confocal microscopy.

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1007959.s010

MTOC clustering and nuclear migration in the wild-type and ipl1 mutant with the effect of biased cortical interaction of C. neoformans

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1007959.s011

Kinetochores decluster momentarily but arrange randomly on the spindle axis before sister kinetochore separation during anaphase in M. oryzae.

https://doi.org/10.1101/475574

Organization of SPB (Alp6-mCherry), kinetochores (GFP-CenpA) and microtubules (GFP-TubA) during mitosis in M. oryzae

https://doi.org/10.1101/475574

Live‐cell time‐lapse imaging of CaMtw1–GFP in hyphal cells of Candida albicans.

10.1111/j.1365-2958.2011.07558.x

Live‐cell time‐lapse imaging of CaMtw1–GFP in yeast cells of Candida albicans.

10.1111/j.1365-2958.2011.07558.x

Contact Us

Kaustuv Sanyal, PhD

Molecular Mycology Laboratory

Molecular Biology and Genetics Unit

Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research

Rachenahalli Lake Road, Jakkur,

Bengaluru, Karnataka-560064

India

Telephone: +91 80-2208-2898 (lab I), +91 80-2208-2704 (lab II), +91 80 2208 2878 (office)

email: sanyal@jncasr.ac.in

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