5 edition of An A-Z Guide to Pharmacogenomics found in the catalog.
An A-Z Guide to Pharmacogenomics
July 14, 2006
by American Association for Clinical Chemistry
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||58|
Pharmacogenomics articles are dedicated to producing analysis, insight and data relating to questions of importance in understanding the Pharmacogenomics fields. The international spread of scientific society, especially in recent decades, across national boundaries and with research organizations by governments Pharmacogenomics has become a. An A-Z Guide to Pharmacogenomics Michael Catania Not In Library. Fla.), 1 book Paul S. Horn, 1 book Arnold O. Beckman Conference in Clinical Chemistry (5th Monterey, Calif.), 1 book Arnold O. Beckman Conference in Clinical Chemistry (4th Portsmouth, N.H.).
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Editor-board member of over 35 medical journals. Has received several international prizes (Genomic Pioneer and Thomas Edison Awardshared, Japan Liver Foundation). Has co-edited a successful book on aging-intervention and book chapters on probiotics and vitamins. Pharmacogenomics – a new scientific research field focused on the interplay between the human genome and the safety and efficacy of modern drugs, may level the playing field for all patients.
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Catania. An A-Z Guide to Pharmacogenomics. Michael G. Catania. Washington DC: AACC Press,58 pp., $24 ($19 AACC members), softcover. ISBN Author: Roland Valdes. Pharmacogenetic variation (eg, in acetylation, hydrolysis, oxidation, or drug-metabolizing enzymes) can have clinical consequences (see table Examples of Pharmacogenetic Variations).For example, if patients metabolize certain drugs rapidly, they may require higher, more frequent doses to achieve therapeutic concentrations; if patients metabolize certain drugs slowly, they may need lower, less.
PharmGKB is a comprehensive resource that curates knowledge about the impact of genetic variation on drug response for clinicians and : Kimberly O'Neill.
Pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics are two disciplines with overlapping aims, the latter newer and broader than the former. A search of PubMed revealed more than hits for pharmacogenetics Cited by: An A-Z Guide to Pharmacogenomics by Michael G.
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This book contains three modules in which the basics of genetics and pharmacogenomics are described and applications to specific therapeutic areas are highlighted. Each module includes content outlines, learning objectives, key words and abstracts, self-assessment questions and explained answers, and references to reinforce : Hardcover.
The book covers a spectrum of topics, from the evolution of pharmacogenomics to the clinical application of pharmacogenetics in the clinical setting, with particular focus on select classes of agents and diseases/conditions; competencies for health care professionals; pharmacogenomics research; and regulatory, ethical, and economic issues.
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