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What is long-term toxicology (ongoing) and why is it important in drug development?

Long-term toxicology refers to studies on the toxic effects of a compound when it is administered over an extended period of time. Long-term toxicology studies usually use at least two animal species and three different dose levels. The duration of the study is proportional to the expected clinical use, and testing includes behavioral observations and basic physical examinations.

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