This category is for sites about the closely related fields of pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics. Both involve themselves with the variation in drug reaction and expression in individuals with different genetic makeup; pharmacogenetics considers the influence of one or several individual genes, whereas pharmacogenomics deals with the entire genome.
Article by Alla Katsnelson from the Scientific American on how variations in a persons' genes may cause variations in responses to drug treatments.
Provides examples, scenarios, implications, definitions, and the economics of pharmacogenetics.
Non-profit organization focused on promoting the science and practice of personalized medicine through research, commercialization and education. Provide information on ongoing partnerships, clinical trials and studies of marketed products.
Diagnostics company providing analysis of FGFR2 gene that have been associated with several medical conditions including Breast Cancer, Apert Syndrom, and Jackson-Weiss Syndrome. Provides information about the company, diagnostic assays, and services.
Offers pharmacogenomic tests to clinical diagnostic laboratories and research institutions.
Provider of DNA test that helps healthcare providers take a personalized approach to prescribing medicine for patients.
Provides an easily understandable introduction to genetics and pharmacogenomics, the study of how different drugs interact with multiple genes and the biological molecules they encode.
Molecular diagnostics company providing laboratory testing for cancer genomics and pharmacogenomics, as well as forensic toxicology.
Provides information on the institute's pharmacogenetics research network . Includes links to program announcements, news and events, and resources.
Links to Pharmacology Research Partners.
Blog by Dr P van Uden that reviews new cancer therapies, discoveries, and next generation diagnostics (IVD). Description of cancer personalized medicine and available treatment options.
Portal for research and clinical news and articles related to personalized medicine.
Identify and evaluate polymorphisms in drug metabolizing enzymes, transporters, or targets relevant to anticancer agents. Includes publications, training, and related links.
Overview, anticipated benefits, and links to related resources. From the U.S. Human Genome Project.
Integrated resource about how variation in human genetics leads to variation in response to drugs.
Dedicated to the rapid publication of original research on basic pharmacogenomics research and its clinical applications.
Conduct research and a series of integrated studies to elucidate the pharmacogenetics of membrane transport proteins. Includes information on personnel, publications, training, and available data.
Online encyclopedia entry on this field which is generally regarded as the study or clinical testing of genetic variation that gives rise to differing response to drugs.
Online encyclopedia entry on this branch of pharmacology which deals with the influence of genetic variation on drug response in patients by correlating gene expression or single-nucleotide polymorphisms with a drug's efficacy or toxicity.
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