Haplotypes Better than SNPs for Predicting Response to Cholesterol Drugs, Genaissance Researchers Find | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 24-Researchers from Genaissance Pharmaceuticals have found that haplotypes are better than SNPs for predicting patient response to cholesterol-lowering drugs.

 

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