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Year Number of Results
1945 4
1946 20
1947 22
1948 30
1949 16
1950 35
1951 50
1952 54
1953 43
1954 39
1955 46
1956 41
1957 44
1958 56
1959 46
1960 67
1961 55
1962 48
1963 25
1964 32
1965 16
1989 1
1990 3
1991 9
1992 8
1993 19
1994 24
1995 35
1996 33
1997 31
1998 50
1999 55
2000 49
2001 436
2002 1233
2003 1658
2004 1962
2005 2313
2006 2421
2007 2581
2008 2692
2009 3000
2010 3038
2011 3034
2012 3100
2013 2921
2014 2931
2015 3134
2016 3024
2017 2924
2018 2827
2019 1371
2020 17
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Genetic databases and their potential in pharmacogenomics.
Lagoumintzis G, et al. Curr Pharm Des 2010 - Review. PMID 20459387
Therefore, it is expected that genetic databases will gradually assume an increasing importance in all aspects of genome medicine. This article aims to provide an update of the current and emerging types of genetic databases relevant to the field of pharmacogenomics. ...
Therefore, it is expected that genetic databases will gradually assume an increasing importance in all aspects of genome medic …
Yet another database?
den Dunnen JT. Hum Mutat 2018. PMID 29645308
The genetic basis of seborrhoeic dermatitis: a review.
Karakadze MA, et al. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol 2018 - Review. PMID 29152796
In this review, we searched various databases for gene mutations and protein deficiencies that cause SD or SD-like phenotype in humans and experimental animals, and summarize 11 gene mutations or protein deficiencies that were described in the literature. ...Understanding the genetic basis of SD can impart knowledge of the pathobiology of the disease and help identify novel therapeutic targets....
In this review, we searched various databases for gene mutations and protein deficiencies that cause SD or SD-like phenotype in human …
Public participation in genetic databases: crossing the boundaries between biobanks and forensic DNA databases through the principle of solidarity.
Machado H and Silva S. J Med Ethics 2015. PMID 26139851 Free PMC article.
The ethical aspects of biobanks and forensic DNA databases are often treated as separate issues. As a reflection of this, public participation, or the involvement of citizens in genetic databases, has been approached differently in the fields of forensics and medicine. ...Inclusion of a solidarity-based framework, in both medical biobanks and forensic DNA databases, raises new questions that should be included in the ethical debate, in relation to both health services/medical research and activities associated with the criminal justice system....
The ethical aspects of biobanks and forensic DNA databases are often treated as separate issues. As a reflection of this, public part …
[The ownership of genetic data: from data to information].
Stoeklé HC, et al. Med Sci (Paris) 2018. PMID 30623772 French. Free article.
However, in this highly competitive world, France must find solutions to increase the scientific and economic values of its genetic data. One possibility would be to define genetic data as raw information with no value for use. The choice of such a value of use (clinical, scientific, economic, etc.), following various key analysis and treatment processes will thus transform genetic data into useful information. ...
However, in this highly competitive world, France must find solutions to increase the scientific and economic values of its genetic d …
Foreword
Dujon B. C R Biol 2011. PMID 21819936
The Evolution of PharmVar
Gaedigk A, et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 2019 - Review. PMID 30536702 Free PMC article.
Between Openness and Privacy in Genomics
Vayena E and Gasser U. PLoS Med 2016 - Review. PMID 26757154 Free PMC article.
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