Dr. H G Nagendra


Dr. H .G. Nagendra

Professor & HOD

Ph.D. (Biophysics), IISc, Bangalore,
PDF (Bioinformatics), University of Cambridge, England, UK.

Department of Biotechnology Engineering



Contact Faculty

Teaching Experience

23 Years

Industry Experience


Research Experience


VTU Assignments/ Professional Experience

  • Expert committee member by the Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) to develop a scheme of studies and syllabi for a four-year bachelor of engineering (B.E.) degree course in Biotechnology. August 2001- July 2002.
  • Member of Board of Studies, BT Adhoc Board, VTU for the year 2002-04.
  • Member of Board of Examiners of the Composite Board (Chemical Engg., Bio-Technology, Polymer Technology) under the VTU for the year 2003-04.
  • Member Board of Studies for the Bio-Technology, VTU for 2004-2006.
  • Chairman, Board of Studies for the Bio-Technology, VTU, for 2007-2010.
  • Member, Board of Studies for the Bio-Technology, VTU, for 2013-2016.
  • Chairman, Board of Examination, Bio-Technology, VTU, for 2013-2014.
  • Expert Member, VTU PhD Committee for the year 2014 – 2015.
  • Chairman, Board of Examination, Bio-Technology, VTU, for 2015-2016.
  • VTU Nominee, Board of Studies for the Bio-Technology at MSRIT (Autonomous) for 2015-18.
  • Member, Board of Studies for the Bio-Technology, VTU, for 2016-2019.
  • Invited Member, Board of Studies for the NanoTechnology, VTU, for 2016-2019.
  • Member, Board of Studies for the Bio-Technology, VTU, for 2019-2020
  • Chairman, Board of Studies for the Bio-Technology, VTU, for 2020-2022

Professional Assignments / Memberships of Professional Bodies

  • Technical Committee member for TEAM-TECH National Symposium 2006.
  • Doctoral Committee member of Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore, India (2007-11).
  • Fellow, Research Journal of Biotechnology.
  • Editor of the “International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics”.
  • Editorial Board Member, International Research Journal of Biochemistry and Bioinformatics.
  • Fellow of Society for Applied Biotechnology, India.
  • Member BOE, Integrated MSc Course, Yuvaraja’s College Mysore.
  • Board of Trustees, Forum for Excellence in Education, Bangalore.
  • Honorary Governing Council Member, Scintilla BIO-MARC, Research Academy, Bangalore.
  • Working Group Member for KSCST & KSBDB, under Research Projects on Biofuels.
  • Chairman, ABLE (Association of Biotechnology Led Enterprise) committee for Academia & Education.
  • ‘Advisory Board Member’ for the journal – ‘BIOINFO Drug Targets’ for a period three years up to 30 Nov 2015.
  • Doctoral Committee member of PPISR, Bangalore for 2013-16.
  • Vice-President, Association of Microbiologists of India, Bangalore Chapter for the year 2014 – 2015.
  • Expert Member, Board of Studies for the Bio-Technology at DSCE (Autonomous) for 2015-18.
  • Expert, Board of Studies for the Bio-Technology at NHCE (Autonomous) for 2015-18.
  • Advisory Board Member, PG programme on Industrial Nano-Biotechnology. Srinivas University, Mangalore.
  • Member, Program Assessment Committee, Oxford College of Engineering
  • Member, BOS, BT Board, PES University
  • Member, Advisory Board, Maharani Lakshmi Ammanni College, Bangalore
  • Advisory Member, Scientific Advisory Board Seragen Biotherapeutics Private Limited.

Research Interest

  • Structural Biophysics
  • Structural Bioinformatics/Structural Biology of Diseases.
  • Nanotechnology/Nano Informatics

Courses Handled

  • Structural Biology
  • Bioinformatics
  • Protein Engineering and Insilco Drug Design
  • Bioanalytical Techniques
  • Genomics And Proteomics

Funded Projects

On-going projects

  • Computational Strategies to investigate the therapeutic potentials of Snake Venom Toxins for specific neuro-degenerative disorders. ICMR funded project – Rs. 16.54 Lakhs; Period 2019-2021.
  • Package and practices to rear edible grade Eri silkworm and formulation of nutraceutical recipe comprising of the same. Collaborative project funded by DBT-GoI, for INR 114.33 Lakhs, Period: 2021-2023.


Completed projects

  • Sequence Analyses   and    Comparative Modeling   of    Hypothetical Proteins in Human
  • Genome (UGC Funded Project – Rs. 2.33 Lakhs; Period: 2004-2006) – Completed
  • Engineering Proteins for Nanobiotechnology: Investigations of Multidomain Proteins (In-House Funded)
  • Structural Biology and Insilico Analysis of Biomolecules Involved in Neuro-Degenerative Disorders
  • Insilco Characterization of Disordered Hypothetical Protein Sequences as Potential Drug Targets for Cancer (VTU Funded Project – Rs.16.12 L; Period: 2008-10) – Completed
  • Determination of Hydrophobic Patterns in Protein Structures to Develop Basis for Engineering Novel Systems (In-House Funded)
  • Development of Automated Assay Unit for Anti-Mitotic Activities (DST Funded – Rs. 8.05 Lakhs; Period: 2010-2012; Collaborative Project with CEDT, IISc, Bangalore) – Completed
  • Structural Investigations of Amyloid Beta peptides involved in Alzheimer’s disease (DST Funded Project – Rs. 16.33 Lakhs; Period: 2012-2015; Collaborative Project with NMRC IISc, Bangalore) – Completed
  • Establishment of pilot-scale Supercritical Fluid Extraction unit for nutraceutical and cosmoceutical products development”Collaborative project funded by BIPP-BIRAC (DBT-GoI) for INR 201; Lakhs; Period: 2016-2018; Formation of Company M/s Aspartika Biotech.
  • Development of Fusarium resistant banana cv Elakki bale through chemical mutagenesis of embryogenic cells and mass screening for resistance. Collaborative project funded by BIPP-BIRAC (DBT-GoI) for INR 34  Lakhs; Period: 2017-2019;
  • Computational Strategies to investigate the therapeutic potentials of Snake Venom Toxins for specific neuro-degenerative disorders” ICMR funded project – Rs. 16.54 Lakhs; Period 2019-2021.
  • Evaluation of a non-antibiotic feed supplement towards enhancement of immune response against mycoplasma infection in poultry to prevent the occurrence of Complicated chronic respiratory disease by BIRAC-PACE, INR 48.25 Lakhs (2019-20)

No. Of Ph.Ds/M.sc Eng. Projects Guided/ Guiding

    • Of Ph.Ds-03
    • Guiding Ph.Ds -01
    • Guiding M.sc Eng .-01

Patents Filed

  • Novel formulation of non-antibiotic poultry feed supplement for the prevention and treatment of Mycoplasma infection in poultry industries, Ashwathy Das and H G Nagendra, 2019
  • Detection and quantification of nucleic acids, Kasihf Shareef, H G nagendra and Ramanujam, 2019.

Research Publications

  • S.S. Rashmi, Jagadeesh Kumar D, H.G. Nagendra, H.K. Manonmani. HELIYON (November 2021). In silico evaluation of naturally isolated triterpene glycosides (TG) from Gymnema sylvestre towards diabetic treatment
  • H. M. Sathyananda, P. A. Prashanth, G. K. Prashanth, M. S. Dileep, B. M. Nagabhushana, c. Shivakumara, H. G. Nagendra. (2021) “Evaluation of Antimycobacterial, Antioxidant, and Anticancer Activities of CuO Nanoparticles through Cobalt Doping”, has been accepted for publication in
    Applied Nanoscience. (October 2021)
  • Evaluation of Antimicrobial, Antioxidant, and Cytotoxicity Activities of CuO Nanopellets Synthesized by Surfactant-Free Hydrothermal Method. H. M. Sathyananda, P. A. Prashanth, G. K. Prashanth, B. M. Nagabhushana, G. M. Krishnaiah, H. G. Nagendra, M. S. Dileep, S. Ananda, and S. R. Boselin Prabhu, Journal of Testing and Evaluation, Journal of Testing and Evaluation ASTM International, March 2021, https://doi.org/ 10.1520/JTE20200538.
  • 51. The Current Understanding and Potential Therapeutic Options to Combat COVID-19 (2021) Srividya Subash, Shivam Pandit and H G Nagendra, SSRN Reports.
  • Imaging in Diagnosis and Management of COVID 19: A short Review. Mr. Vidhi Prasad, Dr. Jagadeesh Kumar D, Dr. Priya Narayan, Dr. Govindaraju M, Dr. H G Nagendra. International Journal of Medical Microbiology and Tropical Diseases (2021) Volume: 6 Issue 4 Print-ISSN: 2581-4753, Online-ISSN:2581-4761.
  • G S Arjun Kashyap, Prashanth Gopala Krishna, Prashanth Paduvaralli Ananthaswamy, Nagendra HG (2020) Protocol for Medicine and Technology for COVID-19 – A Mini Review, Asian Journal of Applied Science and Technology Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 58-70, July-September 2020. DOI: 10.38177/ajast.2020.4308
  • Prashanth G K et al., (2020), In vitro antibacterial, antioxidant and cytotoxicity response of CuO nanoparticles prepared by lemon juice and citric acid fueled solution combustion synthesis, International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology Vol. 29, No. 8s, (2020), pp. 3678-3690
  • Prashanth G K et al., (2020), Effect of doping (with cobalt or nickel) and UV exposure on the antibacterial, anticancer, and ROSgeneration activities of zinc oxide nanoparticles, Journal of Asian Ceramic Societies, 8:4,1175-1187
  • In vitro antibacterial and anticancer response of MgO nanoparticles prepared by solution combustion synthesis, International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, Vol. 29, No. 8s, (2020), pp. 3668-3677
  • Nithin Ravooru1, Ojal Sarah Paul1, H G Nagendra1 & Nitish Sathyanarayanan*, Bioinformation, 2019, Data enabled prediction analysis assigns folate/biopterin transporter (BT1) family to 36 hypothetical membrane proteins in Leishmania donovani, Volume 15(10) 697-707.
  • Anindita Roy Chowdhury (Chakravarty)*, H.G. Nagendra and Alpana Seal, (2019) Correlation among hydrophobic aromatic and aliphatic residues in the six enzyme classes, Int. J. Computational Biology and Drug Design, 2019.
  • Prashanth G. K, Prashanth P A, Meghana Ramani, Ananda S, Nagabhushana B. M, Krishnaiah G. M, Nagendra H. G, Sathyananda H. M, et al. Springer Publication, BioNanoSci. (2019) Comparison of Antimicrobial, Antioxidant and Anticancer Activities of ZnO Nanoparticles Prepared by Lemon Juice and Citric Acid Fueled Solution Combustion Synthesis 9:799-812.
  • Jagadeesh Kumar D*, Sneha Paturi, Kiranchandrika S, Ashwathi P, Priya Narayan and Nagendra H G. (2019) COMPUTATIONAL STUDIES TO DECIPHER THE plausible INHIBITION OF type III secretion system (T3SS) ATPases INVOLVED IN BACTERIAL MOTILITY AND Virulence. RJLBPCS 5(2) 1037-1056.
  • Vigasini Subbiah, Pannaga Nagaraja, Priya Narayan*, Holenarasipur Gundu Rao Nagendra, Pharmacogn J. 2019; Evaluation of Pharmacological Properties of Caesalpinia bonducella Seed and Shell Extract, 11(1):150-154
  • Bandyopadhyay, Sambit; Narayan, Priya; Selvan, Arul; Nagendra HG, (2018). Disruption of Biofilms by the action of Peptides from Human Placental Extract. IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) e-ISSN: 2279-0853, p-ISSN: 2279-0861.Volume 17, Issue 11 Ver. 5 (November. 2018), PP 30-34
  • G. Satyanarayana Murthy, T. P. Francis, C. Rajendra Singh, K. Somasundar, H. G. Nagendra, N. B. Sridhar, (2017) Therapeutic properties of processed aqueous extract of Asteracantha longifolia in the human. Current Science, Published on 01 Jan 2017, doi: 10.18520/cs/v112/i05/982-988
  • S.V. Reshma, Nitish Sathyanarayanan, H.G. Nagendra, Bioinformation 13(12): 430-438 (2017). Characterization of a hypothetical protein YVRE from Bacillus subtilis indicates its key role as glucono-lactonase in pentose phosphate pathway and glucose metabolism. (IF 0.94)
  • Jagadeesh Kumar D, Mainak Mondal, Kapil Kumar Mehta, Priya Narayan, H.G. Nagendra, (2017) In Silico docking analysis of Amyloid Precursor Protein Intracellular Domain (AICD) with neuronal cytoplasmic and nuclear membrane proteins and its relevance in neuronal death and AD pathogenesis. Indian Journal of Neuroscience, July-September, 2017, 3(3), 92-99. DOI: 10.18231/2455-8451.2017.0025 (IF 0.54)
  • G. K. Prashanth, P. A. Prashanth, B. M. Nagabhushana, S. Ananda, G. M. Krishnaiah, H. G. Nagendra, H. M. Sathyananda, C. Rajendra Singh, S. Yogisha, S. Anand & Y. Tejabhiram (2017): Comparison of anticancer activity of biocompatible ZnO nanoparticles prepared by solution combustion synthesis using aqueous leaf extracts of Abutilon indicum, Melia azedarach and Indigofera tinctoria as biofuels, Artificial Cells, Nanomedicine, and Biotechnology, 2018 Aug;46(5):968-979 DOI: 10.1080/21691401.2017.1351982 (IF 0.87)
  • Jagadeesha Poyya, Chandrashekhar Joshi, D Jagadeesha Kumar, and H G Nagendra. Sequence Analysis and Phylogenetic Studies of Hypoxia Inducible factor 1α. Cancer Informatics, Volume 16, 1-8, 2017.
  • Govardhan Balaji, H G Nagendra, Sasidhara Rao & V N Balaji. Experimental Conformational Energy Maps of Proteins and Peptides, PROTEINS: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics (2017) 85 , 979-1001 (IF 3.59)
  • Vinay CR, Chandrashekhar Naik & H G Nagendra “Insilico Investigations of Snake Venom Toxins as Therapeutic Peptides for Treating Auto-immune disorders (RA)” International Journal of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Volume 1, Issue 1, 2016. (IF 0.74)
  • GK Prashant, PA Prashanth, BM Nagabhushan, S Ananda, H G Nagendra & C Rajendra Singh.”In vitro antimicrobial, antioxidant and anticancer studies of ZnO nanoparticles synthesized by precipitation method”. Advanced Science, Engineering and Medicine (ASEM) Vol. 8, 1-8, 2016. ISSN: 2164-6627(IF-0.7039)
  • S. N. Pruthvi & H. G. Nagendra “In silico Interaction Studies of Melanoidin Pigments with ligands reveal preferential binding and their plausible roles in bioaccumulation and biomagnification”,International Journal of Biotech Trends and Technology (IJBTT),V11:1-7 July-August 2015. Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.(IF- 0.893)
  • Vinutha K , Vidya SM , Suchetha Kumari N , Ganesh Sanjeev , Nagendra HG, Pradeepa& Vaman Rao C. In vitro, In vivo and In silico Radioprotective Activity of Ethanol and Aqueous Extracts of Pterocarpus Marsupium. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 32(1), May – June 2015; Article No. 22, Pages: 123-131 ISSN 0976 – 044X.( IF-0.65)
  • Vinutha K , Vidya SM , Suchetha Kumari N , Ganesh Sanjeev , Nagendra HG, Pradeepa& Vaman Rao C. “RADIOPROTECTIVE ACTIVITY OF FICUS RACEMOSA ETHANOL EXTRACT AGAINST ELECTRON BEAM INDUCED DNA DAMAGE IN VITRO, IN VIVO AND IN SILICO” International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences ISSN- 0975-1491 Vol 7, Issue 6, 2015(IF- 0.49)
  • Priya Narayan, D Jagadeesha Kumar, H G Nagendra, K N Shashanka Rao, M Govindaraju& K R K Easwaran. Conformational studies of Aβ(1-12) with metals and small molecules suggests plausible disruption of aggregation. International Journal of Research Studies in Biosciences (IJRSB) Volume XI, Issue II, 2014, 28-35. (IF- 0.765)
  • GUL Mounika and H G Nagendra. In Silico Investigations of Silk Fibroin Peptides Highlight Their Therapeutic Values towards Wound Healing. International Journal of Research Studies in Biosciences (IJRSB) Volume X, Issue II, November 2014, PP 8-10.(IF- 0.765)
  • S.V. Reshma, Nitish Sathyanarayanan&H.G. Nagendra. Characterization of hypothetical protein VNG0128C from Halobacterium NRC-1 reveals GALE like activity and its involvement in Leloir pathway of galactose metabolism. Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics, November (JBSD) 2014.(IF- 2.300)
  • Nithin Ravooru, Sandesh Ganji, Nitish Sathyanarayanan&Holenarsipur G. Nagendra. Insilico analysis of hypothetical proteins unveils putative metabolic pathways and essential genes in Leishmania donovani. Frontiers in Genetics, 2014.(IF- 3.92)
  • Prashanth G.K, Prashanth P.A, B.M. Nagabhushana, H.G. Nagendra, C. Rajendra Singh &H.M. Sathyananda. Antifungal Studies of ZnO Nanopowder Prepared by Solution Combustion Method. Volume III, Issue V, May 2014, IJLTEMAS ISSN 2278 – 2540. (ISRA IF- 2.115)
  • Nitish Sathyanarayana &H G Nagendra. Genome wide survey and molecular modeling of hypothetical proteins containing 2Fe-2S and FMN binding domains suggests Rieske Dioxygenase Activity highlighting their potential roles in bio-remediation.Bioinformation. 2014, Volume 10(2). ISSN 0973-2063 (IF-2.85); H INDEX-18
  • N. Shruthila, Priya Narayan, D. Jagadeesh Kumar, &H. G. Nagendra. Docking Studies of Plant Polyphenols with Aβ Fragments Suggests Determinants That Enable Design of Inhibitors towards Preventing Aggregation Events during Alzheimer’s. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research (IJPSDR) 2013; 5(4): 170-174(IF- 0.489)
  • Jagadeesh Kumar. D and H.G. Nagendra. Preferential Selectivity of Inhibitors with Human Tau-Protein Kinase GSK3β Elucidates Their Potential roles for Off-Target Alzheimer’s Therapy, International Journal of Alzheimer’s disease (IJAD), August 2013.(IF 1.53)
  • Raju K D, Rathankar N, Jagadeesh Kumar D and H G Nagendra. Disordered Regions in Cancer Proteins Exhibit Potential Drug Binding Properties. International Journal of Genomics & Proteomics (IJGP). ISSN: 0976-4887 & E-ISSN: 0976-4895, Volume 4, Issue 1, 2013, pp.76-83.(IF-1.830)
  • Priya Narayan, Bankala Krishnarjuna, Vinaya Vishwanathan, D. Jagadeesh Kumar, Sudhir Babu, K.V. Ramanathan, K.R.K Easwaran, H G Nagendra, Srinivasarao Raghothama. Does Aluminium bind to Histidine? An NMR investigation of Amyloid β12 and Amyloid β16 fragments. Chemical Biology & Drug Design (IJCBDD), 2013.(IF-2.802)
  • Nitish Sathyanarayana &H G Nagendra. Analysis of multi-domain hypothetical proteins containing iron-sulphur clusters and fad ligands reveal rieske dioxygenase activity suggesting their plausible roles in bioremediation. Bioinformation. 2012, Volume 8(23), 1154-1161. ISSN 0973-2063(IF-2.85); H INDEX-18
  • N. Rathankar, K. A. Nirmala, Varun Khanduja, and H. G. Nagendra. Identification of Potential Drug Targets Implicated in Parkinson’s Disease from Human Genome: Insights of Using Fused Domains in Hypothetical Proteins as Probes. International Scholarly Research Network ISRN Neurology, Volume11, 2011, Article ID 265253, 1-10. ISSN:2090 5505(IF- 0.685)
  • N Rathankar, Kuldeep D Raju and H G Nagendra. Information Loss observed in ignoring low complexity regions (LCRs) in cancer drug targets. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Biomedical Sciences. (JPSBS) 2011, 7(2):1-6 ISSN 2230 7885
  • N. Rathankar &H. G. Nagendra. Comparative Modelling studies of the hypothetical protein YHR105W from S. Cerevisae Genome. On Line Journal of Bioinformatics. 2011, 12(1):207-216. ISSN 1443 2250
  • G Sathyanarayana Murthy, T P Francis, C Rajendra Singh, H. G. Nagendra, and Chandrashekhar Naik. An Assay for Screening Anti-mitotic activity of herbal extracts. Current Science, 2011, 100 (9):1399-1404. ISSN: 0011-3891(IF- 0.833)
  • Anindita Roy Chowdhury (Chakravarty), H. G. Nagendra, and Alpana Seal. Computational analysis of hydrophobicity across six enzyme classes revealing relative contribution of aliphatic and aromatic residues. Biotechnol. Bioinf. Bioeng. 2011, 1(1):83-91. ISSN: 2249 9075
  • N. Rathankar, K. A. Nirmala and H. G. Nagendra. LCRs in Diseases: Analysis of human hypothetical proteins. Int. J. Medical Engineering and Informatics, 2011, 3(2):130-143. ISSN:1775 0653(h index 8)(IF-0.36)
  • Kuldeep D Raju, N Rathankar and H. G. Nagendra. Insilico Investigations of Drug Binding to Disordered Regions in Cancer Proteins. Full article published in NRDC Innovate Conference Proceedings (‘Leveraging Innovations for Knowledge Economy’, IISc Campus, 19-20 November) 2009, 94-99.
  • N. Rathankar, K. A. Nirmala and H. G. Nagendra. Insilico investigations of disordered regions from hypothetical sequences in human proteome as drug targets. Int. J. Medical Engineering and Informatics, 2008. 1(2):187-194. ISSN:1755 0653(h index 8)(IF-0.36)
  • 7. G. Nagendra, Adrian E Harrington, Nicholas J Harmer, Luca Pellegrini, Tom L Blundell and David F Burke. Sequence analyses and comparative modelling of fly and worm fibroblast growth factor receptors indicate that the determinants for FGF and heparin binding are retained in evolution. FEBS Letters. 2001, 501:51-58. ISSN: 0014 5793(IF- 3.519)
  • M G Williams, H Shirai, J Shi, H. G. Nagendra, J Muller, K Mizuguchi, R N Miguel, S C Lovell, C A Innis, C M Deane, L Chen, N Campillo, D F Burke, T L Blundell, P I W de Bakker. Sequence-Structure Homologue Recognition by Iterative Alignment Refinement and Comparative Modelling.PROTEINS: Structure, Function and  Genetics 2001, 5:92-97. ISSN:0887 3585(IF- 2.499)
  • H. G. Nagendra, N Sukumar &  M Vijayan.  Role  of  water  in  stability,   plasticity  and  action  of  proteins.  Crystal  structures  of  lysozyme  at very low  levels  of  hydration.  PROTEINS: Structure, Function and Genetics. 1998, 32:1-12. ISSN:0887 3585(IF- 2.499)
  • C Sadasivan, H. G. Nagendra& M Vijayan. Plasticity, hydration and accessibility in ribonuclease A. The structure of a new crystal form and its low-humidity variant. Acta Cryst. 1998, D54:1343-1352. ISSN : 1399 0047(IF- 2.333)
  • H. G. Nagendra, C Sudarasanakumar &   M Vijayan.  An   X-ray analysis of native monoclinic lysozyme. A case study on   the reliability of refined  protein structures  and a  comparison with the low-humidity form in relation to mobility and enzyme  action. Acta Cryst.  1996, D52:1067-1074. ISSN : 1399 0047(IF- 2.333)
  • Moses M Prabu, H. G. Nagendra, Stephen Suresh & M Vijayan. X-ray studies on crystalline complexes involving amino  acids  and  peptides XXXI. Effect of chirality on ionization  state,  stoichiometry and aggregation in complexes of oxalic acid with L- and DL-histidine. J. Biomol. Struc. & Dynamics. 1996, 14:387-392.  ISSN:0739 1102 (IF-2.300)
  • H. G. Nagendra, C Sudarsanakumar & M Vijayan. Characterization of lysozyme crystals with unusually low solvent content. Acta Cryst. 1995, D51:390-392.  ISSN : 1399 0047(IF- 2.333)

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