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Albena Alexandrova, Lubomir Petrov, Nikolay Zaekov, Borislav Bozhkov and Zshivka Zsheliaskova-Koynova

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Serban C. Moldoveanu, Wayne A. Scott and Darlene M. Lawson

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Péter Szuvandzsiev, Lajos Helyes, Andrea Lugasi, Csongor Szántó, Piotr Baranowski and Zoltán Pék

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Monika Wójcik, Dariusz Dziki, Beata Biernacka, Renata Różyło, Antoni Miś and Waleed H. Hassoon

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Zheng Sponsiello-Wang, Guillaume de La Bourdonnaye, Morgane David, Frank Lüdicke and Rolf Weitkunat

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Gerhard Scherer

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AR Tricker

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Thomas Meisgen, Ewald Roemer, Lynda L. Conroy, Jeroen Hostens, Marie Vasquez, Andreas Humeny, Michaela Moehring, Walter K. Schlage and Michael Kasper

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