Several new statistical methods are under development in an effort to address the need for tools to use in pursuit of functional genomics in a systematic and rigorous fashion in order to understand better the complex pathways of basic physiology and disease etiology (Boguski and McIntosh, 2003). These new techniques are expected to have applicability to the types of postmarketing studies presented in this chapter.


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