PHARMACOGENOMICS: GENETIC APPROACH OF TAILORING PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
AbstractPharmacogenomicsÂ examines the genetic variation of patients which are seeking to drug administration. It is the branch which correlating the gene expression with a drugâ€™s efficacy or toxicity. It provides a more rational way for drugs to be discovered, developed, and delivered. Pharmacogenomics make assures that drugs might one day tailorâ€“made for individuals and adapted to each personâ€™s own genetic makeup. Individualâ€™s genetic makeup is thought to be the key to creating personalized with greater efficacy and safety. A personalized medicine is a medical approach for a patient for the diagnosis of the cause of the disease based on the genetic profile of the patient with fewer adverse effects. The ultimate aim of personalized medicine is to individualize health care by using knowledge of patientâ€™s â€“ health history, behaviours, environments and genetic variation. Pharmacogenomics helps to improve the diagnosis of the underlying cause of the disease and allow the selection of a specific drug treatment, with fever side effects. In this review we will discuss about polymorphism based on genetic profile of the people to its molecular level and its future prospects.
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Jain, P. (2015). PHARMACOGENOMICS: GENETIC APPROACH OF TAILORING PERSONALIZED MEDICINE. Innoriginal: International Journal of Sciences. Retrieved from https://innoriginal.com/index.php/iijs/article/view/28