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4. (1) Articles 2 and 3 do not bring into force section 16(1) and (2)(e)(ii) to the extent that those provisions require the authority of a licence for:
(a)storage of relevant material for 48 hours or less,
(b)storage of relevant material for scheduled purposes other than transplantation,
(c)storage of relevant material for the purpose of organ transplantation.
(2) In this article—
“organ” means a differentiated and vital part of the human body, formed by different tissues, that maintains its structure, vascularisation, and capacity to develop physiological functions with an important level of autonomy; and
“organ transplantation” means transplantation of:
a whole organ to function as such in the recipient, or
a part of an organ if it is to function for the same purpose as the whole organ in the recipient.
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