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Pharmacogenomics is a field of research that studies how genes affect a person’s response to medications. It focuses on variations in genes for proteins that may affect how drugs work. Such proteins include liver enzymes that chemically change drugs, making the drugs more or less active in the body. Even small differences in the genes for these liver enzymes can have a big impact on a drug’s safety or effectiveness.

Reference: https://www.nigms.nih.gov/education/fact-sheets/Pages/pharmacogenomics.aspx
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