Pharmacogenomics: The Search for Individualized Therapies

Pharmacogenomics: The Search for Individualized Therapies

Editor(s): Julio Licinio, Ma-Li Wong

Published Online: 12 MAY 2003

Print ISBN: 9783527303809

Online ISBN: 9783527600755

DOI: 10.1002/3527600752

About this Book

This work represents the first comprehensive publication in the innovative field of pharmacogenomics, a field which is set to revolutionize pharmaceutical research. In addition to renowned editors, the list of contributors is a "who-is-who" in the field. Broad coverage of all aspects of pharmacogenomics with a full presentation of applications to disease conditions is featured. Anyone involved in pharmaceutical research and drug development needs this book to keep up with this new and revolutionary approach

Table of contents

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    2. Chapter 2

      The Human Genome (pages 9–34)

      Samuel Broder, G. Subramanian and J. Craig Venter

    3. Chapter 4

      Association Studies in Pharmacogenomics (pages 57–82)

      Laurent Essioux, Benoit Destenaves, Philippe Jais and François Thomas

    4. Chapter 10

      Pharmacogenomics of Asthma Treatment (pages 215–234)

      Lyle J. Palmer, Eric S. Silverman, Jeffrey M. Drazen and Scott T. Weiss

    5. Chapter 13

      Pharmacogenomics of Lipid-Lowering Agents (pages 267–281)

      Michael M. Hoffmann, Bernhard R. Winkelmann, Heinrich Wieland and Winfried März

    6. Chapter 16

      Pharmacogenomics and the Treatment of Neurological Disease (pages 337–346)

      David B. Goldstein, Viswanathan Ramachandran, Nicholas W. Wood and Simon D. Ahorvon

    7. Chapter 21

      Pharmacogenomics of Alcoholism (pages 417–441)

      Thomas D. Hurley, Howard J. Edenberg and Ting-Kai Li

    8. Chapter 22

      Pharmacogenomics of Tobacco Addiction (pages 443–460)

      Elaine Johnstone, Marcus Munafò, Matt Neville, Siân Griffiths, Mike Murphy and Robert Walton

    9. Chapter 27

      Glossary of Key Terms in Molecular Genetics and Pharmacogenomics (pages 531–539)

      Bernhard R. Winkelmann, Michael M. Hoffmann, Markus Nauck and Winfried März