regimens that would be appropriate for pediatric populations in the event of a bioterrorism incident.
Another study which was looking at the permeability of commercially available gloves to lotion and shampoo that was used in the treatment of lice.
We do routinely studies for dissolution properties of select drugs. I cannot mention the specifics about the drugs because some of the data is proprietary and it's about applications that are still pending.
We do determination of BCS classification of select drugs, and another study that we have done is looking at the neurotoxicity of ketamine in juvenile animal models and this was an interesting study. Ketamine is used in children to set bones when they break their bones, and there were reports in the literature that ketamine may be neurotoxic. That was in an animal species, in the rat, and our labs were able to duplicate the data and show that in fact it is toxic in rats. So the study has now been expanded, and the National Toxicology Program has actually taken that up and they're going to be looking in a non-human primate model to try