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Discrete / LFUV searches at LHCb

The study of lepton flavor universality violation (LFUV) plays an important role in search for new physics beyond standard model and has recently provided some anomalous results. Benefiting from the large datasets available at LHCb, many such measurements have been performed. Some of these measurements have very good precision and play a leading role in their respective world average values. In this talk, I will introduce recent LFUV results from LHCb, with more focus on processes with b->clv transition.

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