Formerly Pharmacogenetics, Pharmacogenetics and Genomics is a unique and innovative journal that covers genetic variation in response to drugs and other chemicals in humans and animals. Its impressive impact factor rating of 5.540 (Pharmacology and Pharmacy, and Genetics and Heredity, 2003 ISI Report) is testament to its quality and standing in this field.
Pharmacogenetics and Genomics unites contributions of importance to clinical pharmacologists, biochemists, geneticists, epidemiologists, and molecular biologists. The journal publishes studies that identify and characterize polymorphic genes encoding drug metabolizing enzymes, drug receptors, and drug transporters. Coverage also includes papers on the effects of gene expression on the disposition and metabolism of foreign chemicals.
Holdings: Vol. 15, no. 1 (Jan. 2005)-present
Related titles: Continues: Pharmacogenetics
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