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Does there exist an invertible matrix \(S\) such that \[ S \gamma_\mu  S^{-1} = \gamma_\mu'\] where  \[\gamma_1'= \gamma_2\gamma_3, \quad \gamma_2'=\gamma_3\gamma_1, \quad \gamma_3'= \gamma_1\gamma_2, \gamma_4'=\gamma_5 \gamma_4?\] 

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