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Great start of an article[edit]

Thanks. Not tagging it yet, @User:Jmh649, @User:lnelsonmd, but we need to get some citations into the text, to know what came from where.

Finally, where should the ADME-Tox profiling go, that is standard in early preclincal drug discovery—animal and other studies done prior ro Phase I IND and clinical trials? Here, or elsewhere? Also, can one of you paste in a few of these sentences into the parent Toxicology article, so to move it in a better direction? Cheers, ta. Le Prof Leprof 7272 (talk) 03:46, 19 June 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]