Phenotyping clustering of multi-factorial diseases
- Date from - to
- 05 Dec 2005 - 01 May 2010
- Project leader(s)
- de Graaf, Albert
- van der Greef, Jan Prof. dr.
- Leunissen, Jack Prof. dr.
- Brunner, Han G. Prof. dr.
Different people react differently to drugs. This simple fact creates a major challenge for drug design. Biology is an integrated system of genetic, protein, metabolite, cellular, and pathway events that are interdependent. These biological elements largely define the phenotype. With advanced bioinformatics tools, interlinked data repositories with species-specific molecular genetic information can be mined, and new phenotype-related cluster strategies can be developed. This generates model descriptions, based on systems biology, and enables personalized medication and nutrition.
- Phenome connections
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