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Fig. 7


Top panel: the distribution of the observed delays between the beginning of a mm flare () and the peak in the 1FGL light curves (). The mean observed delay is about 70 days, with radio leading the γ-rays. The delays for each individual source have also been estimated in the source frame and the distribution is shown in the bottom panel. The mean value of the delay in the source frame is roughly one month.

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