FDA Releases Pharmacogenomics Data Submission Guidance

The US Food and Drug Administration this week released its Pharmacogenomics Data Submissions guidance.

Released in draft form in November 2003, and then delayed numerous times before being released in its final form, the guidance may encourage drug makers to use pharmacogenomics technologies in their drug-discovery efforts. This in turn may spur greater investment in SNP-genotyping, gene expression, RNAi, and gene sequencing technologies and services.

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