Gene-Based Dose Optimization in Children.

Gene-Based Dose Optimization in Children.

Publication date: Jul 05, 2019

Pharmacogenetics is a key component of precision medicine. Genetic variation in drug metabolism enzymes can lead to variable exposure to drugs and metabolites, potentially leading to inefficacy and drug toxicity. Although the evidence for pharmacogenetic associations in children is not as extensive as for adults, there are several drugs across diverse therapeutic areas with robust pediatric data indicating important, and relatively common, drug-gene interactions. Guidelines to assist gene-based dose optimization are available for codeine, thiopurine drugs, selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, atomoxetine, tacrolimus, and voriconazole. For each of these drugs, there is an opportunity to clinically implement precision medicine approaches with children for whom genetic test results are known or are obtained at the time of prescribing. For many more drugs that are commonly used in pediatric patients, additional investigation is needed to determine the genetic factors influencing appropriate dose. Expected final online publication date for the Annual Review of Pharmacology and Toxicology Volume 60 is January 9, 2020. Please see http://www.annualreviews.org/page/journal/pubdates for revised estimates.

Ramsey, L.B., Brown, J.T., Vear, S.I., , Bishop, and Van Driest, S.L. Gene-Based Dose Optimization in Children. 04963. 2019 Annu Rev Pharmacol Toxicol.

Concepts Keywords
Atomoxetine Health sciences
Codeine Branches of biology
Drug Metabolism Pharmaceutical sciences
Drug Toxicity Pharmacy
Gene Pharmacology
Genetic Pharmacogenetics
Genetic Test RTT
Genetic Variation Codeine
Optimization Pharmacogenetics
Pediatric Drug metabolism
Pharmacogenetics Http
Precision Medicine
Tacrolimus
Voriconazole

Semantics

Type Source Name
drug DRUGBANK Voriconazole
drug DRUGBANK Tacrolimus
drug DRUGBANK Atomoxetine
drug DRUGBANK Serotonin
drug DRUGBANK Codeine
disease MESH drug toxicity

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