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Exploiting temporal delays in interpreting EEG/MEG data in terms of brain connectivity

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Author: Guido Nolte
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 20, 2015
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Feedback mechanisms and systems medicine: Modeling cholesterol homeostasis for drug discovery

This video was recorded at 20th International Symposium on Microsomes and Drug Oxidations (MDO), Stuttgart 2014. Feedback... see more
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Author: Jure Ačimovič
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 20, 2015
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Whole-exome sequencing reveals defective CYP3A4variants predictive for paclitaxel dose-limiting neuropathy

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Author: María Apellániz Ruiz
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 20, 2015
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Pitfalls and shortcomings of pharmacogenomic association studies: The tamoxifen controversy

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Author: Hiltrud Brauch
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 20, 2015
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Circadian metabolomics from mice and men: Insights for mechanism and medicine

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Author: Steven A. Brown
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 20, 2015
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Using Electronic Medical Records to advance genomic medicine

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Author: Joshua C Denny
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 20, 2015
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Modeling drug- and chemical-induced hepatotoxicity with systems biology approaches

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Author: Brett A. Howell
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Using physiology-based pharmacokinetic modelling for mechanistic analyses of drug action in disease and special populations

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Author: Tobias Kanacher
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PK-Sim 5 for Physiology Based PK modelling: Introduction and Demonstration

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Author: Tobias Kanacher
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Modelling IL-6 mediated ADME gene regulation

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Author: Roland Keller
Date Added: Feb 10, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 20, 2015
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