Charles River sees Q1 adjusted EPS about 10% below 4Q15 Sees Q1 revenue sequentially higher vs. 4Q15, adjusted operating margin lower on a sequential basis vs. 4Q15. Expect sequential revenue increase to be primarily driven by higher research model sales after seasonally soft Q4. Sees unallocated corporate cost expected to increase significantly vs. 4Q15. Says quarterly gating in 2016 expected to be similar to previous years, with Q1 starting "slowly" and results improving in subsequent quarters. Sees FY16 RMS revenue growth in constant currency low to mid single digits, DSA revenue up low teens, manufacturing revenue up mid to high teens. Capital priorities include: debt repayment, says focus on debt repayment to limit stock repurchase and M&A activity in 2016; integrating acquisitions. Comments from slides that will be presented on the Q4 earnings conference call.