medizinische genetik

, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp 248–253

Personalisierte Medizin durch individuelle Genome

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Zusammenfassung

Die dynamische Entwicklung in der Sequenziertechnologie hat die technischen Kosten sowie die Zeit, die benötigt wird, ein individuelles Genom zu entschlüsseln, so dramatisch reduziert, dass die komplette Sequenzierung persönlicher Genome für Privatpersonen und Gesundheitssysteme finanzierbar wird. Die breite Verfügbarkeit individueller Genome wird die Medizin weiter in Richtung einer informationsbasierten Wissenschaft treiben und die Bedeutung der informationswissenschaftlichen Techniken erhöhen.

Schlüsselwörter

Sequenziertechnologie Kosten Persönliches Genom Informationsbasierte Wissenschaft Personal Genomics 

Personalized medicine using individual genomes

Abstract

Recent advances in sequencing technology have reduced the costs and time required to decode a single genome to the extent that complete sequencing of personal genomes becomes affordable for both private individuals and the health care system. The broad availability of individual genomes will drive medicine further towards an information-based science and the importance of IT solutions in medicine will increase.

Keywords

Sequencing technology Costs Personal genome Information-based science Personal genomics 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute for Medical GeneticsUniversitätsklinikum Charité, Humboldt-Universität, Charité - Universitätsmedizin, Campus Virchow-KlinikumBerlinDeutschland

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