Effects of shilajit on the bone tissue of alcohol administered rats

@inproceedings{Bhardwaj2016EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of shilajit on the bone tissue of alcohol administered rats},
  author={Payal Bhardwaj and Mehak Goel and Durg Vijay Rai},
  year={2016}
}
Pharmacogenetics and pharmacogenomics are two major emerging trends in medical sciences, which influence the success of drug development and therapeutics. In current times, though pharmacogenetic studies are being done extensively for research, its application for drug development needs to get started on a large scale. Pharmacogenetic studies can be used at various stages of drug development. The effect of drug target polymorphisms on drug response can be assessed and identified. In clinical… 

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