Massive British Study Seeks to Understand Pharmacogenomics of Warfarin Response | GenomeWeb

British researchers will soon begin a large prospective study that looks at the pharmacogenomics of the widely prescribed anticoagulant warfarin, according to a project investigator.

The study, which will follow 2,400 individuals, looks at genetic and environmental contributors to drug response. It may also be able to describe a role for pharmacogenomics in treatments involving ubiquitous, cheap generic drugs such as warfarin.

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