Special Issue "Pharmacogenomics: Precision Medicine and Drug Response"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 January 2022.
2. Forensic Genetics Laboratoty, Department of Biomedicine and Prevention, Tor Vergata University, 00133 Rome, Italy
Interests: forensic genetics; genetic counselling; human identification; neurogenetics; prenatal and postnatal genetic diagnosis; pharmacogenetics, genetics of complex diseases
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The advances in disease treatment have allowed the development of new therapeutic approaches. Over the years, many therapies have shown different efficacy profiles, supporting the development of precision medicine. Several pharmacogenomic approaches have been used to individualize treatments, optimizing dosage and preventing adverse effects. With the recent development of new high-throughput technologies and massive parallel sequencing, it is now possible to test the entire human genome to reveal positive associations between specific variations and the response to drugs in terms of efficacy and safety. Although numerous associations have been published, the translation to clinical practice in some areas has been minimal. A notable exception to this is the oncological field.
This Special Issue aims to curate available practical information in the pharmacogenomic domain to promote the translation of research data into precision medical protocols. Particular attention will be paid to new bioinformatic approaches to the interpretation of omic data and to research advances in populations that up to this point have little study data. At the same time, drug repurposing approaches will be encouraged to promote alternative applications of drugs with existing approval for use. This Special Issue of Genes will highlight recent advances in the field, and innovations in the use of omic data in the treatment of human diseases. Clinical and molecular studies, as well as reviews, will be considered for publication in this Issue.
Prof. Dr. Emiliano Giardina
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- Drug Repurposing
- Precision Medicine
- Drug response
- Personalized therapies