pharmacogenomic test

pharmacogenomic test

An assay intended to study interindividual variations in candidate genes, biomarkers, and in gene expression or inactivation, which correlate with pharmacologic activity and therapeutic responses.
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Comprehensive Pharmacogenomic ME TEST[TM] Panel offers the most comprehensive pharmacogenomic test offered in the United States and covers drug-use and multiple disease states including:
In a recent partnership among several PGRN members, investigators found that 1 out of 4 pharmacogenomic test results had a potential clinically actionable outcome.
Nevertheless, the cost for the pharmacogenomic test has to be less than or equal to $37.
In conjunction, OneOme's RightMed pharmacogenomic test covers 22 genes, 340+ medications for more than 20 medical indications and it can be integrated into electronic medical records (EMRs).
They are particularly useful resources given that many health care providers may not be comfortable with interpreting pharmacogenomic test results in practice.
a company that provides a pharmacogenomic test, said in an interview.
deCODE recently signed an agreement with Genmab A/S to develop a pharmacogenomic test for a novel treatment for rheuma-toid arthritis.
Akonni is preparing its first FDA submission for a clinical IVD pharmacogenomic test on the company's TruDx2000 platform, utilising its proprietary TruArray 3D gel-drop microarray technology.
And we have been first-to-market with innovative new insurance products, such as an iGenes Pharmacogenomic test for eligible buyers of ManuSilver Care.
His pharmacogenomic test results were used to identify a metabolic issue that was causing the side effects.
According to the document, a pharmacogenomic test may be considered a valid biomarker if "it is measured in an analytical test system with well-established performance characteristics" and "there is an established scientific framework or body of evidence that elucidates the physiologic, pharmacologic, toxicologic, or clinical signification of the test result.
As defined by the document, pharmacogenomics is "the use of a pharmacogenomic or pharmacogenomic test in conjunction with drug therapy.