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Tanner-Smith EE. 
“Corrigendum to 'Pharmacological content of tablets sold as 'ecstasy': Results from an online testing service'”. 
Drug Alcohol Depend. 2008 Jan 11;93(1-2):190.
The above article incompletely described the origins of the data analyzed by the author, not acknowledging the EcstasyData Testing Project ( as the source of the majority of the data used in this review. The article stated (p. 249) that all tablets were submitted to and analyzed by While tablets analyzed from 1999 through July of 2001 were originally published by DanceSafe, those from August 2001 through July 2005 were analyzed, reviewed and published by EcstasyData, a project managed by A detailed description of the EcstasyData Testing Project can be found at
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