View from the Rock: The role of genotyping in cardiology | Genome Engineering

Different people respond in different ways to certain drugs, and Paul A Gurbel of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine discussed the role of genotyping in cardiology as a working example of pharmacogenetics at the Planet xMAP 2012 meeting in Monaco, 10-11 October 2012.
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