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Genome-Based Therapeutics: Targeted Drug Discovery and Development

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Genome-Based Therapeutics: Targeted Drug Discovery and Development

Publisher: National Academies Press
Number of pages: 89

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Objectives: To examine the impact of and investment in genetic and genomic technologies and data in drug discovery and development; To examine and discuss the challenges for incorporating genomic technologies into drug development and to explore solutions to remedy those challenges; To discuss and explore how innovative, novel, and global partnerships between academia, industry, foundations, and government can enable the use of genomic information for more efficient and effective drug discovery and development programs.

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