Government of Thailand Establishes Clinical PGx Database for Academia, Dx, Rx Cos | GenomeWeb

The government of Thailand is launching a Thailand Center of Excellence for Life Sciences Pharmacogenomics Project to relate health records and personalized medicine information, such as genomic and proteomic data, gathered from hospitals and university research centers throughout the country.

The database, which is up and running, was established through a contract with Oracle. Oracle declined to release financial details.

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