Pharmacogenomics in Admixed Populations

1st Edition

Dr. G. Suarez-Kurtz

CRC Press
Published August 3, 2007
Reference - 222 Pages - 33 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781587063114 - CAT# K25220

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Ethnic specificity has become an integral part of research in the overlapping sciences of pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics. Pharmacogenomics in Admixed Populations was conceived to compile pharmacogenetic/-genomic (PGx) data from peoples of four continents: Africa, America, Asia and Oceania, where admixture and population stratification occurs in distinct patterns. The organization of this book was formed by a population PGx perspective: an initial review of the evolution of human genetic diversity leads into a series of chapters dealing with the population structure, and the PGx profiles, of various peoples selected on the basis of continents, countries or particular sub-groups within a continent or country.


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