Hubert Hug

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The rapid development of new diagnostic procedures, the mapping of the human genome, progress in mapping genetic polymorphisms, and recent advances in nucleic acid- and protein chip technologies are driving the development of personalized therapies. This breakthrough in medicine is expected to be achieved largely due to the implementation of(More)
Under the Adverse Drug Reactions Information Scheme (ADRIS) data and knowledge relevant to the etiology of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) such as chemical structure of parent compounds, metabolites, covalent adducts, nucleic acid and protein sequences, protein structures, pharmaco-, toxico- and enzyme kinetics, pharmaco- and toxicodynamics, protein(More)
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