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drug sensitivity


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drug sensitivity

Regulatory Genes and Drug Sensitivity

Personalized Devices Predict Cancer Drug Sensitivity In Vivo

Influence of Melanosome Dynamics on Melanoma Drug Sensitivity

Predicting in vitro drug sensitivity using Random Forests

Comparison and validation of genomic predictors for anticancer drug sensitivity

Impact of clade diversity on HIV-1 virulence, antiretroviral drug sensitivity and drug resistance

Phenotypic switching in Candida tropicalis: association with modification of putative virulence attributes and antifungal drug sensitivity

Genomics of Drug Sensitivity in Cancer (GDSC): a resource for therapeutic biomarker discovery in cancer cells

565 Changes in myocardial electrophysiological parameters and sensitivity to drugs in rodent experimental diabetes models

Big-data-based edge biomarkers: study on dynamical drug sensitivity and resistance in individuals

Phosphorylation of FADD is critical for sensitivity to anticancer drug-induced apoptosis

Deciphering the role of the ERCC2 gene polymorphism on anticancer drug sensitivity

Drug Sensitivity of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Isolates after Ribavirin Therapy

Effect of Cyclin D1 Overexpression on Drug Sensitivity in a Human Fibrosarcoma Cell Line

Sensitivity of thyroid gland growth to thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) in rats treated with antithyroid drugs.

Druggable targets in pediatric neurocutaneous melanocytosis: Molecular and drug sensitivity studies in xenograft and ex vivo tumor cell culture to identify agents for therapy

Microsatellite Instability, Prognosis and Drug Sensitivity of Stage II and III Colorectal Cancer: More Complexity to the Puzzle

Effects of c-erbB2 Overexpression on the Drug Sensitivities of Normal Human Mammary Epithelial Cells

 

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A term usually applied to unusual susceptibility to the action of a drug or to an atypical, idiosyncratic, or adverse reaction. Because it is imprecise, the term is preferably avoided.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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