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Title: Pharmacogenetics of asthma therapeutics
Authors: Fenech, Anthony G.
Ellul-Micallef, Roger
Keywords: Asthma -- Treatment
Drugs -- Physiological effect
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Malta College of Pharmacy Practice
Citation: Fenech, A. G., & Ellul-Micallef, R. (2005). Pharmacogenetics of asthma therapeutics. The Chronic*ill, 9, 24-28.
Abstract: Asthma is recognised to arise from complex interactions between environmental exposure and disease-susceptibility genetic contributions.1 Pharmacological management of the condition aims to relieve symptoms, decrease airway hyperresponsiveness, and optimize the quality of life in patients. Inter-patient variability in the clinical responses to anti-asthma drugs is a recognized factor that may confound therapeutic outcome.
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