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This is a test of a systematic approach to drug-response SNPs. Most of the known drug-response-associated genetics concern liver enzymes (e.g. CYP2C19) and their break-down of drug metabolites. These are well characterized elsewhere already. The focus of this module is to integrate systematic multi-SNP profiles beyond liver enzymes and provide estimates of drug-response.
To illustrate how this works, the module shows the calculations that takes place for a number of drug response predictions, both on a per-drug level and on a per-SNP level, corresponding to the first and the second table. The first table summarizes per-drug calculation whenever possible. If possible, a Z-score is calculated in the same way as also described in the complex disease module. If not, it is indicated as 'not calculated'. In that case it is necessary to look at the second table for comments on the individual SNPs from the input studies. The Z-score approach takes information from many SNPs, and can therefore be considered as more thourough, of course depending on the underlying scientific study.