It's an exhilarating time for genome-wide association studies
Decades of steady progress in pharmacogenetics have unearthed hundreds of associations between genes and drug response. But the field has to solve some theoretical and practical issues before it can deliver on the promise of personalized drug therapy.
A unique opportunity to build both flexibility and high performance into a piece of software.
Researchers are not simply retrieving and repackaging what is already known, but are also deriving new knowledge by discovering connections that were previously unnoticed.
There is growing recognition that epigenetics may be just as important as genetics in human health and disease.
Network biology is allowing scientists to convert their cellular parts lists into insights about complex diseases
Disentangling the different types of skeptics and what modelers can learn from each.
Database automatically mines literature for drug-gene relationships--and does it as well as manually curated databases.
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