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Therapeutic approaches in cardiovascular genetics 

Therapeutic approaches in cardiovascular genetics
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Therapeutic approaches in cardiovascular genetics
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10.1093/med/9780199559688.003.0150
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date: 15 October 2019

Pharmacogenetics 388

Warfarin 390

Clopidogrel 392

β-blockers 393

Pharmacogenetics is the use of genetic information to predict the likelihood of response to medication (efficacy) or the likelihood of a significant side effect (adverse drug reaction) to that medication.

Pharmacogenomics, an allied discipline, is the use of genetic information in a broader sense, for example the use of gene expression profiles to predict drug response or the identification of therapeutic targets....

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