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In the following, we will report on the self-replication of reverse micelles as investigated by using three different systems. In all three cases surfactant molecules are the components of the micellar boundary which separates aqueous microcompartments from an apolar solvent. Due to a simple chemical or enzymatic reaction that takes place within the boundary of the micelles, new surfactant molecules are fonned which in tum leads to an increase in the concentration of micelles. 26 B B B B CCCC C A C C ..