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Pharmacogenetic (PGx) testing enables researchers to understand a person’s genetic propensity for a therapeutic response or an adverse reaction to particular medications. Recently the NIH’s Precision Medicine Initiative has begun a nationwide effort to individualize a subject’s treatment program, while the FDA has already included PGx information in over one hundred drug labels. Serious drug reaction events are likely to become more prevalent as more drugs become available and the number of pharmaceuticals each person is taking increases. To understand the occurrence of these events, sequencing genomic regions associated with metabolism of a wide-spectrum of drug classes can help inform clinical researchers, and better characterize the frequency of known and novel haplotypes within validated genes involved in drug metabolism pathways.

In this presentation, we will describe a method and workflow for targeted pharmacogenetic gene sequencing using Kailos’ TargetRichTM PGxComplete assay.

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Date & Time
07-Dec-2017
10 AM (PT)
Location
North America
Affiliation
Troy Moore, Chief Scientific Officer and Founder, Kailos Genetics
Presenter
Julie Collens, Associate Director, Market Development, Illumina
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