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PHARMACOGENOMIC definition: A study of identification and analysis of genomic variations that affect the efficacy of a drug. Pharmacogenomic studies can potentially be predictive of an individual's drug-response or adverse reactions or susceptibility to iatrogenic disorders, and may also reveal new targets that can help in the design of new drugs. (NCI)
Pharmacogenomic Study definition: A study of identification and analysis of genomic variations that affect the efficacy of a drug. Pharmacogenomic studies can potentially be predictive of an individual's drug-response or adverse reactions or susceptibility to iatrogenic disorders, and may also reveal new targets that can help in the design of new drugs.
Pharmacogenomic Test definition: An assay intended to study interindividual variations in whole-genome or candidate gene, single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) maps, haplotype markers, or alterations in gene expression or inactivation that may be correlated with pharmacological function and therapeutic response. In some cases, the pattern or profile of change is the relevant biomarker, rather than changes in individual markers.
 
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