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Helmut
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2015-12-12 18:47

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 Quod licet Iovi, non licet bovi [Off Topic]

Dear all,

discovered a goody.*

The ANOVA model included sequence, treatment, period, and subject within sequence as fixed effects, and subject as a random effect. […] in accordance with the EMA Guideline on the Investigation of Bio­equi­va­lence (January 2010, London)

SCNR :-D


  • Yu Y, Teerenstra S, Vanmolkot F, Neef C, Burger D, Maliepaard M. Interchangeability of Gabapentin Generic Formulations in The Netherlands: a Comparative Bio­avail­ability Study. Clin Pharmacol Ther. 2013;94(4):519-24. doi 10.1038/clpt.2013.108
    Summary in the GaBI Journal

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d_labes
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Berlin, Germany,
2015-12-14 08:15

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 Quod licet Iovi, non licet bovi

Dear Helmut,

the questions is: Who is iovi and who is bovi :-D.

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Detlew
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2015-12-14 11:45

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 Quod licet pastori, non licet ovi

Dear Detlew,

» the questions is: Who is iovi and who is bovi :-D.

Following local customs …

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… I should have rephrased it to:

Quod licet pastori, non licet ovi   (What’s allowed for the shepherd, is not allowed for a sheep)

Affiliation of authors 1, 2, 4, 6: Medicines Evaluation Board, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

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