Pharmacogenomics is the genetic basis of interpersonal variation in drug response in terms of efficacy and toxicity. Pharmacogenomics seeks to reintroduce disease management and patient stratification, with clear implications not only for the patient's quality of life but also for reducing overall health care costs. The latter has far-reaching implications for clinical and public health settings. Whether it is rare variations, general variations that are not always associated with a feature, or forms of unknown significance, the research of pharmacogenomics exceeds the field's ability to understand it. Pharmacogenomics is a branch of pharmacology that studies the relationship between genes and drug effects with the goal of "personalizing" medical treatment.

  • Genetics & Genetic Engineering
  • Pharmacokinetics and Genomics
  • Drug Metabolism


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