T1 - Using natural products for drug discovery. Cholinergic neurons in the basal forebrain which project to cortex and hippocampus appear to be particularly vulnerable, and to an extent, so are serotonergic and noradrenergic afferents to cortical regions. 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Fat distribution and cardiovascular risk factors in obese adolescent girls—importance of the intraabdominal fat depot. Estimation of risk‐to‐benefit ratio and actual healthcare costs for gene therapy is not well documented. It will be the responsibility of clinicians to deal with the public's hopes and fears. The clinical course of the congenital long QT syndrome (LQTS), a hereditary arrhythmic disorder, can be predicted through genotypic analysis and that LQTS should no longer be excluded on purely clinical grounds134,135 (see Table 3). Leone P, Janson CG, McPhee SJ, During MJ. Familial hyperkalaemic periodic paralysis is due to mutations in the same sodium channel gene (SCN4A) as that affected in paramyotonia congenita, while familial hypokalaemia periodic paralysis results from mutations in the gene coding for the α1 subunit of a skeletal muscle calcium channel (CACNL1A3). Many opioid analgesics are activated by CYP2D6, rendering the 2–10% of the population who are homozygous for non‐functional CYP2D6 mutant alleles relatively resistant to opioid analgesic effects.31 It is thus not surprising that there is remarkable interindividual variability in the adequacy of pain relief when uniform doses of codeine are used. Davies JL, Kawaguchi Y, Bennett ST, Copeman JB, Cordell HJ, Protchard LE, Reed PW, Gough SCL, Jenkins SC, Palmer SM, Balfour KM, Rowe BR, Farrall M, Barnett AH, Bain SC, Todd JA. Caldas C. Science, medicine, and the future. A number of groups have demonstrated that p53wt inhibits the growth of HCC cells in vivo; while others have shown that if p53 is injected into nude mice pretreated with human cancer cells, their tumours get smaller. Instead of blockbuster drugs, there will be blockbuster therapeutic approaches that will be widely applicable to different populations. While most of the studies to date have been conducted in patients with peripheral vascular disease, several groups have now reported preliminary evidence of success in patients with coronary heart disease. Most, if not all, consumers are feeling the weight of rising […] 40:193-208 (Volume publication date April 2000) … Dose‐response relation between terfenadine (Seldane) and the QT interval on the scalar electrocardiogram: distinguishing a drug effect from spontaneous variability. Association of Glu27 beta 2‐adrenoceptor polymorphism with lower airway reactivity in asthmatic. Thousands of new gene sequences have been generated but only a limited number of these can be converted into validated targets likely to be involved in disease. The creation of populations of ‘software people’ and ‘virtual trials’should reduce the amount of clinical resources required. Identification of trophic factors and transplanted cellular environments that promote CNS axonal regeneration. Marshall A. Although familial PD has been reported, most cases are thought to be acquired. Huntington's disease gene (IT15) is widely expressed in human and rat tissues. Furuta T, Ohashi K, Kamata T, Takashima M, Kosuge K, Kawasaki T, Hanai H, Kubota T, Ishizaki T, Kaneko E. Effect of genetic differences in omeprazole metabolism on cure rates for Helicobacter pylori infection and peptic ulcer. Even in the simple Mendelian disorders, the relation between the DNA sequence of a gene and the corresponding phenotype is far from clear. myokymia, myotonia, and epilepsy) or an abnormal loss of function (e.g. Using knowledge of gene functions and commercially available genomics tools, a genomics consumer will be able to employ focused, high‐speed technologies that will produce an individualized treatment in a short period of time. At the clinical level, while the disease symptoms might appear to be uniform, individual‐to‐individual variations in these polygenic networks may make drugs healing for certain individuals while toxic for others. Prospects for gene therapy in cystic fibrosis. A gene therapy for cancer using intramuscular injection of plasmid DNA encoding interferon α. Alemany R, Gomez‐Manzano C, Balague C, Yung WKA, Curiel DT, Kyritsis AP, Fueyo J. Gene therapy for gliomas: Molecular targets, adenoviral vectors, and oncolytic adenoviruses. Pharmacogenomic applications of array‐based transcript profiling include analysis of patient tissues in response to therapy during clinical trials. Spielberg SP. Furthermore, if efficacy data are collected during phase I trials, polymorphisms in the drug target gene could be typed in phase I participants to assess whether they are linked with side‐effects or with variations in drug response. Genomics may also be used to select out adverse effects before drugs enter the clinic. Warren ST. Pharmacogenomics may aim to capitalize on these new molecular insights to discover new therapeutic targets and interventions and to elucidate the constellation of genes that determine the efficacy and toxicity of specific medications. The TMC world‐wide gene therapy enrolment report, end 1996. Beal MF, Hyman BT, Koroshetz W. Do defects in mitochondrial energy metabolism underlie the pathology of neurodegenerative diseases? Abstract. The quality issue has also been underlined so that specific criteria for laboratory test sensitivity, specificity and effectiveness has been recommended. Genetic and environmental correlations among hormone levels and measures of body fat accumulation and topography. The Impact of Genomics on Antimicrobial Drug Discovery and Toxicology. Advances in Drug Discovery: Impact of Genomics and Role of Analytical Instrumentation. This is an example of an approach in clinical practice to identify hypertensive individuals who should be treated with glucocorticoids as antihypertensive therapy. Thus, the incorporation of pharmacogenetic information into trials as early as possible is recommended and appears very useful for effective drug development. The discovery that 15–25% of familial ALS patients have mutated Cu2+/Zn2+ superoxide dismutase (SOD1) links ALS to toxicity by reactive oxygen species.109 SOD1 is thought to protect against cellular damage induced by oxygen radicals but the mechanism(s) through which mutations in SOD1 lead to late‐onset motor neuron degeneration remains unidentified.110 Two mutations which have been successfully used to generate transgenic mice that develop an ALS‐like syndrome are glycine 85 to arginine (G85R) and glycine 93 to alanine (G93A) with the mutant SOD1 allele overexpressed in a normal mouse genetic background.111 Recent data assessing the axonal transport in animal models suggest that an important aspect of toxicity may arise from damage to transport, and that reduced transport of selective cargoes of slow transport, especially tubulin, arises months before neurodenegeration.112 Therefore, damage to the machinery of slow transport may be an early feature of toxicity mediated by mutant SOD1. PDF | On Oct 1, 2001, Susan J. Soon medical prescriptions may be personalized to our genotype, along with specific neutraceutical foods. Before a genetic test becomes clinically available for predictive purposes, the test developer must collect information regarding the test's validity. Figure 3: EVs in bidirectional communication between stem and parenchymal cells. DNA‐based diagnosis of periodic paralyses is now decreasing the need for time‐consuming and hazardous provocative testing.76 Malignant hyperthermia is now known to be a disorder of regulation of skeletal muscle calcium and that mutations in the ryanodine receptor gene (RYR1) may cause malignant hyperthermia in some families.77,78 Ryanodine receptor gene mutation analysis can now be used to identify those at risk of malignant hyperthermia in families with a known mutation in this gene. There also seems to be a consensus to limit genetic testing (including prenatal testing) to tests that are medically therapeutic and that decisions as to what tests are considered to be therapeutic remains the decision of individual countries with respect to their cultural, social and political norms. Paramyotonia congenita is due to mutations in the gene coding for the α1 subunit of the sodium channel (SCN4A), while Thomsen's disease (autosomal dominant myotonia congenita) and Becker's disease (autosomal recessive myotonia congenita) are allelic disorders associated with mutations in a gene coding for skeletal muscle chloride channel (CLCN1). The genomics-guided discovery of plausible drug targets for asthma could pave the way for the repurposing of existing drugs for asthma and the development of new treatments. Expert Opinion on Drug Discovery: Vol. Rigorous assessment of the benefits and costs, both economic and psychosocial is essential, not least because information from genetic screening tests carry implications for families as well as individuals. Akiyama T, Sudo C, Ogawara U, Toyoshima T, Yamamoto T. The product of the human c‐erbB‐2 gene: a 185 kilodalton glycoprotein with tyrosine kinase activity. Therefore, it is important to define and clarify service needs and how best to establish collaboration between geneticists, public health specialists, and primary care teams. Dr. Blomme has written over fifty journal articles and eight book chapters, and is a reviewer for multiple scientific journals in the fields of toxicology and pathology. The expanding world of trinucleotide repeats. Over the past 20 years, genetic heterogeneity has been increasingly recognized as a significant source of variation in drug response. That analysis could obviously be further refined in phase II trials, enabling companies to undertake phase III trials in a subgroup of patients that responds well and exhibits fewer side‐effects. Green SA, Turki J, Bejarano P, Hall IP, Liggett SB. Therefore, in principle brain tumours could be treated by targeting their fundamental molecular defects, if the gene drug can be delivered to a sufficient number of malignant cells. Codeine and morphine in extensive and poor metabolizers of sparteine: pharmacokinetics, analgesic effect and side effects. By identifying those patients most likely to respond to novel drugs, it will be easier to demonstrate efficacy and safety. It also uses cookies for the purposes of performance measurement. The Huntington's Disease Collaborative Research Group. TY - JOUR. The agouti gene modulates melanocortin signaling in the hypothalamus and inhibits the anorexogenic effect of melanocyte‐stimulating factor (MSH) in this brain region.194 The fat and tubby mutations also appear to alter the neural circuits that regulate weight. Critical and specific genetic events involving oncogenes, tumour suppressor genes, DNA repair enzymes have been characterized in many tumours, and these molecular flags of malignancy can be exploited for screening and treating cancers. Vohl MC, Tchernof A, Dionne FT, Moorjani S, Prodhomme D, Bouchard C, et al. It is hypothesized that this difference may be due to the impaired ability to metabolize neurotoxic substances in patients with slow acetylation, resulting in the increased metabolic predisposition to familial PD. Nuclear DNA mutations associated with type 2 diabetes. Genomics and Drug Development High Impact List of Articles PPts Journals . A successful treatment approach might be the delivery of neurotrophic factors which prevent neuronal degeneration. Valgardsdottir R, Tryggvadottir L, Steinarsdottir M, Olafsdottir K, Jonasdottir S, Jonasson JG, Ogmundsdottir HM, Eyfjord JE. The complex pathology of trinucleotide repeats. Mutations in the cardiac troponin I gene associated with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. This approach is labor‐intensive and time‐consuming, and it requires the growth of suitable cells in vivo and their subsequent survival after implantation. Furthermore, pre‐emptive genotyping aimed at drug‐associated genes could mean that fewer drug candidates would fail to reach the market place because of poor toxicity/efficacy profiles in the general population. Strecker RE, Sharp T, Brundin P, Zetterstrom T, Ungerstedt U, Bjorklund A. Autoregulation of dopamine release and metabolism by intrastriatal nigral grafts as revealed by intracerebral dialysis. Lindvall O, Brundin P, Widner H, Rehncrona S, Gustavii B, Frackowiak R, Leenders KL, Sawle G, Rothwell JC, Marsden CD, Bjorklund A. Grafts of fetal dopamine neurons survive and improve motor function in parkinson's disease. Williamson T and Cleveland DW. The term ‘genomics’ describes the scientific discipline of mapping, sequencing, and analysing genomes.4. These patients metabolized warfarin poorly, and responded to small doses of the drug with greater lengthening of the prothrombin time and higher international normalized ratio (INR) values than did carriers of the wild‐type allele CYP2C9*1.13 Genetically determined high‐responders to warfarin had bleeding complications four times more commonly than did a control group stabilized on larger doses of the drug. In 1990, 1772 human genes were identified and mapped to a specific chromosome or region of the genome. Molecular classification of cancer: Class discovery and class prediction by gene expression monitoring. Thus, genetic testing for AD exists for clinical use, and is likely to be used more often to stratify patients in Alzheimer's disease research, both in trials of preventive products and in tests of new pharmacological treatments. Shimkets RA, Warnock DG, Bositis CM, Nelson‐Williams C, Hansson JH, Schambelan M, et al. Goodman HM. This study is the first to attempt gene therapy with p53 of HCC patients. Several of the approved clinical gene therapy protocols that involve cancer patients concern therapies designed to treat brain tumours.229 Factors that promote the use of gene therapy for gliomas include the failure and toxicity of conventional treatments, and the identification of the genetic abnormalities that contribute to the malignancy of gliomas. Anderson C, Herrnstadt C, Miller C, Olefsky J, Davis R. Mutations in mitochondrial ATPase 8 gene are associated with NIDDM. It is, therefore, appropriate to take a closer look at the various ways genomics can support drug discovery today and the prominent influence genomics will potentially present in the future and, especially, in the area of personalized medicines. While mutations associated with APP are extremely rare, the 50 or so mutations associated with PS1 may explain up to half of all cases of early‐onset AD. Another preclinical study which showed that intramuscular injection of plasmid DNA encoding murine IFN‐α leads to potent antitumour effects in mice, suggests that a novel type of in vivo cancer gene therapy may be used to treat primary tumours as well as to prevent the development of metastases in advanced cancer patients.228. Zamboni M, Armellini F, Harris T, Turcato E, Micciolo R, Berganoardreis IA, et al. NPY is one of the most potent appetite stimulators in animals and it also appears to be one of the mediators of ob gene in the brain.195,196 Mice deficient in MC4‐R develop late‐onset obesity and alterations in their peripheral metabolism.194 Brain administration of glucagon‐like peptide 1 (GLP‐1) to rats reduces food intake and GLP‐1 receptor agonists may be useful for reducing food intake.197 In general, these data suggest that body fat is controlled by a lipostat mechanism in which leptin is the afferent signal; the hypothalamus serves as an integrator and activates an output loop that modulates feeding behavior, energy expenditure, and fat and glucose metabolism.198, Genetic testing may play a role in assisting the clinician to predict, monitor and prevent this problem, which is reaching epidemic proportions in Western society. Parkinson's disease in 65 pairs of twins and in a set of quadruplets. These tests would focus on measuring not crude approximations of gene function, but on the gene functions themselves. In: Kalow W, ed. Extensive clinical trials will need to address these issues before the benefits of BRCA‐1 and BRCA‐2 mutation testing can be determined. 60, 2020, The traditional fields of pharmacology and toxicology are beginning to consider the substantial impact our gut microbiota has on host physiology. Imbert G, Saudou F, Yvert G, Devys D, Trottier Y, Garnier JM, Weber C, Mandel JL, Cancel G, Abbas N, Durr A, Didierjean O, Stevanin G, Agid Y, Brice A. Cloning of the gene for spinocerebellar ataxia 2 reveals a locus with high sensitivity to expanded CAG/glutamine repeats. Data mining in drug discovery High Impact List of Articles PPts Journals . Deininger M, Szumlanski CL, Otterness DM, Van Loon J, Ferber W, Weinshilboum RM. However, with all the above, a major limitation is the inefficiency of delivery into the tumour cells and the relatively inefficient killing of neighbouring untransduced cells by bystander effects. Some of the metabolizing enzymes such as CYP1A1, 1A2, 2A6, 2C9, 2C19, 2D6, 2E1, NAT1, NAT2 and NQO1 exhibit genetic polymorphism and alter responses to drugs (see Table 2). For institutions and librarians: a site license allows your patrons to access Annual Reviews publications seamlessly. As yet there is no way to halt the destruction of insulin‐producing β‐cells in pancreatic islets, and by the time type 1 diabetes is diagnosed in children and young adults, the damage has been done, and the only treatment is daily insulin injections. In practice, AI has yet to make much of an impact on drug discovery success rates or speed, which makes Barron's prediction notable. The best studied metabolizing enzymes are the cytochrome P450 (CYP450) isoenzymes, the N‐acetyl transferase (NAT) isoenzymes, the UDP‐glucuronosyl transferases, and the methyl transferases. Under Barron, who joined GSK in January 2018, the British drugmaker has … The alphabet of weight control. Yeh J, Zheng S, Howard BD. As part of the clinical trials, Onyx is providing genotyping of patients for p53 mutations. Increased familial risk can also provide a key in the identification of subgroups that have a genetic basis. Tominaga K, Kurata JH, Chen YK, Fujimoto E, Miyagawa S, Abe I, et al. Much depends on the severity of the disease and the scope for effective treatment or prevention. In humans, six different forms of CYP450 (CYP1A2, CYP2C9, CYP2C19, CYP2D6, CYP2E1 and CYP3A4) are largely responsible for eliminating drugs. Genome analysis may be divided into structural and functional genomics. Vionnet N, Hani EH, Lesage S, Philippi A, Hager J, Varret M, Stoffel M, Tanizawa Y, Chiu KC, Glaser B, Permutt MA, Passa P, Demenais F, Froguel P. Genetics of NIDDM in France: Studies with 19 candidate genes in affected sib pairs. In humans, the problem of the association between a given genetic trait and hypertension can be approached both with case‐control and linkage studies. We also describe the discovery and functional characterization of novel members of the G-protein coupled receptor superfamily and their pairing with natural ligands. This preponderance of cancer‐related trials may be surprising if one considers gene therapy as a treatment for genetic diseases, but in the broader context, gene therapy could be considered as another form of drug delivery, and this accounts for the wide variety of applications of this approach. Szumlanski C, Otterness D, Her C, Lee D, Brandriff B, Kelsell D, Spurr N, Lennard L, Wieben E, Weinshilboum R. Thiopurine methyltransferase pharmacogenetics: human gene cloning and characterization of a common polymorphism. Hubbard R, Lewontin RC. A chimaeric 11beta‐hydroxylase/aldosterone synthase gene causes glucocoticoid‐remediable aldosterism and human hypertension. Journals. Friedman JM. Pharmacogenetic data are vital during the development of a compound with a narrow therapeutic index or which is metabolized from a prodrug, as such information may influence decision of whether to discontinue development or design trials to study clinical responses in individual polymorphic for the relevant enzyme. Figure 3: TRV130 is a G protein–biased ligand at human μ opioid receptors. Pharmacogenomics is about spotting correlations between such responses to drugs and the genetic profiles of patients.6 It generates data that are relevant to a drug's clinical performance. In such cases, a therapeutic gene may be introduced into another cell type so that the genetically modified cells functionally replace the defective cell type. Knowledge of all the human genes and their functions may allow effective preventive measures, and change drug research strategy and drug discovery … O'Byrne S, Caulfield M. Genetics of hypertension. Genetic variations in the glucocorticoid receptor (bclI restriction fragment length polymorphism) and the fatty acid binding protein 2 (Ala54Thr FABP2) gene were associated with visceral adiposity in lean men.191,192 Defects in the ob gene or receptor appear to be unlikely candidates, particularly because leptin levels correlate with total body fat rather than visceral adiposity.136,193, Genes which appear to be implicated in obesity include agouti‐related transcript (ART), neuropeptide Y (NPY) and its receptors (NPY Y5R and Y6R), pro‐opiomelanocortin (POMC), uncoupling protein 2 (UCP2), and the melanocortin‐4 receptor (MC4‐R). D'Amore PA. Mechanisms of endothelial growth control. Molecular assessment of cancer. Rossi JJ. Bassett DE Jr, Boguski MS, Spencer F, Reeves R, Kim S, Weaver T, Hieter P. Genome cross‐referencing and XREFdb: Implications for the identification an analysis of genes mutated in human disease. This would lead to smaller, more effective clinical trials with corresponding cost savings, in addition to a focused approach in which a suitably efficacious drug will be administered to the right patient. Often, the number of patients enrolled in these trials is small (fewer than 20 patients) and this is mainly because of the necessity for ex vivo manipulation of the individual's patient's cells. The number of clinical trials involving human gene therapy has dramatically increased since the initiation of the first approved trial in the US to treat adenosine deaminase deficiency (ADA, a hereditary deficiency of an enzyme essential to the immune system) in 1990.60 Since then, >2100 patients have been enrolled in trials worldwide, with >1700 in the US.61 The majority of active trials involve gene therapy for malignancy (68%), AIDS (18%) and cystic fibrosis (8%).61 The key vectors used remain retroviruses (56%), but this high percentage is decreasing. Thousands of new gene sequences have been generated but only a limited number of these can be converted into validated targets likely to be involved in disease. Schwartz PJ, Priori SG, Locati EH, Napolitano C, Cantu F, Towbin JA, Keating MT, Hammoude H, Brown AM, Chen LSK, Colatsky TJ. The ability to clone and manipulate genes responsible for human disease and to re‐introduce functional copies of normal genes into living cells and tissues is one such therapeutic objective. Hippocratic or hypocritic: birth pangs of an ethical code. It is becoming clear that BRCA‐1 mutation screening could have a useful role in familial and early‐onset cases, but is unlikely to have a major impact on breast and ovarian cancer in the general population. Ion channel function may be controlled by changes in voltage (voltage‐gated), chemical interaction (ligand‐gated), or by mechanical perturbation and it has become obvious that genetic defects of both ligand‐ and voltage‐gated ion channels can cause diverse neurological disease.72–74 A channelopathy may cause an abnormal gain of function (e.g. If the target gene is selected, the compound that works best overall against all its subtypes may be chosen. This technology readily detects the somatic changes associated with the development of some tumours and their response to chemotherapy. Figure 3  The imidazoleacrylate scaffold of the angiotensin antagonist (A) and the endothelin antagonist (B). Rotig A, Bessis JL, Romero N, Cormier V, Saudubray JM, Narcy P, Lenoir G, Rustin P, Munnich A. Maternally inherited duplication of the mitochondrial genome in a syndrome of proximal tubulopathy, diabetes mellitus, and cerebellar ataxia. This mouthwash procedure may be suitable for large community‐based studies of genetic susceptibility to disease in which samples can be collected by the participants themselves. Psychiatric disorders in the relatives of probands with affective disorders. The prolonged pauses can cause cardiac syncope, and additionally serve as arrhythmogenic substrates, allowing ectopic beats to occur. Ex vivo approaches have included attempts to resurface specific arterial vessel segments with genetically modified endothelial cells or smooth muscle cells. Genomics, particularly high‐throughput sequencing and characterization of expressed human genes, has created new opportunities for drug discovery. A study which analysed data on the efficacy of specific drugs in individual patients concluded that 10–59% of patients failed to respond to diuretics, 12–86% failed to respond to β‐blockers, some patients exhibited heterogeneous responses to ACE inhibitors and calcium antagonists, and a small percentage of patients even showed an increase in blood pressure.158 The variation in the individual response to antihypertensive drugs may be due to the heterogeneity of the mechanisms underlying hypertension, to interindividual variations of the pharmacokinetics of the drugs, or both. Regulation of cell growth by the EGF receptor. Although infusions of recombinant BDNF into the parenchyma failed to protect dopaminergic neurons from axotomy, delivery of BDNF by genetic engineering of nonneuronal cells has shown promising effects.132 These data suggest that this strategy may be a viable approach for enhancing the survival and function of dopamine neurons grafted into parkinsonian patients. MacCluer JW. Bulman DE. However, there should be agreed standards for the reproducibility and robustness of such systems. Figure 2: Rendering heroin antigenic through covalent attachment to KLH. Guidelines & Policies . Consideration of the ethnic backgrounds of patients and the use of multiple, independent populations can help avoid this problem. The early‐onset forms includes maturity‐onset diabetes of the young (MODY), a genetically heterogeneous monogenic form of type 1 diabetes characterized by early age of onset (usually <25 years) and autosomal dominant inheritance.162 Mutation in the gene for insulin, the genes for insulin processing enzymes, and the genes for the insulin receptor have also been detected and associated with the early‐onset forms of the disease.163,164 Linkage studies have identified genes that are mutated in different MODY pedigrees on chromosomes 20 (MODY1 locus, hepatocyte nuclear factor‐4α [HNF‐4α] gene, 7 (MODY2 locus, glucokinase gene), and 12 (MODY3 locus, HNF‐1α gene) and clinical studies indicate that mutations in these genes are associated with abnormal patterns of glucose‐stimulated insulin secretion165–168 (Table 4). Obesity has become increasingly strong, with knowledge of the angiotensin antagonist losartan ( )... 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