forms that would be palatable for children to take in the event of a bioterrorism incident.
Other on-going projects are to support the Therapeutic Inequivalence Action Coordinating Committee which Ajaz mentioned, the TIACC, and they've kept us quite busy, too.
We are also working with the Office on Drug Safety on some data mining projects to characterize adverse event profiles for generic drugs as compared to innovators. So this is a literature-based research study.
We're also providing laboratory support for select RSR projects, and RSR projects are review science research projects that are specifically sponsored by reviewers and so we support, not all of them but some of them, in trying to get their studies done.
What have we accomplished? Well, we've generated some data for publication on the FDA website called The Home Preparation Procedure for Emergency Administration of Potassium Iodide Tablets to Infants and Small Children. I have the website there, if you're interested. We've also generated data to update drug labels.