There are currently more than 300 drugs with validated pharmacogenomic associations, which are metabolized through pathways tied to dozens of different genes. This complexity increases every year as new drug/gene relationships are discovered, and new companion diagnostics are developed.
As an aid to clinicians working to optimize their patients’ pharmacotherapy, Mayo Clinic Laboratories has developed a tool for visualizing and filtering these drug/gene relationships. The goal is to make it easy for physicians, pharmacists and others to quickly understand which pharmacogenomic associations are most relevant for their patients.
If you would like to order appropriate pharmacogenomic testing for your patient, please refer to the test recommendations section at the bottom of the page. These recommendations are dynamically updated based on your selections.