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Polymorphic genes that encode the drug-metabolizing enzymes can serve as valuable markers, predictive of the efficacy and adverse responses in human subjects
Your doctor can now give you a blood test to determine the effect these enzymes have on medications. The three main genetic tests available today include: CYP2D6, CYP2C9, and CYP2C19
How do genes affect the way drugs work?
Genes provide your body with instructions for making enzymes. You carry two copies of every gene: one from your mother and one from your father (alleles). Differences in these genes can affect the speed of different enzymes you have in your body. This affects how well your body is able to use medicines and how well drugs work in your body. Differences in your enzymes can affect how your body can metabolize (break down) a drug and how long the drug stays your body. Based on what type of genes you carry, you may be:
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