Personalized Medicine: Drugs Designed For You 1. Define the terms below: a. Pharmacogeneticsb. PharmacogenomicsGo to the following website: http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/units/pharma/index.cfm The arrows mean that you need to click on that link in order to answer the questions that follow. Your “Doctor’s New genetic tools” 2. Explain how this applies to the treatment of cancer using Purinethol and the example used on this webpage. “Back” button “Making SNPs Make Sense” “What is a SNP?” 3. How many SNPs do our DNA contain? 10 million “What is a haplotype?” 4. Each combination of SNPs is called a ___________________________. 5. You can think of a person’s haplotype pair as their “___________________”. “Applying SNP profiles to drug choices.” 6. How is the prescription of Albuterol going to change in the future? 7. How do genomic and functional approaches to SNP mapping differ? ”Back” button ”Drug Development Today and Tomorrow” ”Overview: The Drug Development Process” (9 slides) 8. How many years of research does it take before a drug hits the shelves? 9. How much does it cost to bring a single new drug to market? “Into the 21st Century” 10. How many years does it take to develop a drug using new genetic technologies? 11. How much does it cost to produce the drug using genetic technologies?