Little Rock Firm Blazes Its Own PGx Testing Path

by Mark Carter  on Tuesday, May. 20, 2014 3:50 pm   2 min read

Jimmy Threet of Arkansas Genomics runs a test in his Little Rock lab. (Bob Ocken)

Personalized medicine has grown to encompass the practice of tailoring health care to a specific patients' DNA profile. Doctors use this practice, called pharmacogenetics (PGx), to help determine how individuals metabolize and respond to certain drugs and treatments. One Innovate Arkansas client firm is helping them do just that.

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