|| 24% chance (lower than average) of docetaxel-induced leukopenia/neutropenia
|| 63% chance (higher than average) of docetaxel-induced leukopenia/neutropenia
|| (no data; implied high chance of docetaxel-induced leukopenia/neutropenia)
|?|| (A;A) (A;G) (G;G) ||28|
can be used to predict whether docetaxel
will induce leukopenia/neutropenia, according to a study of ~100 Japanese patients. When patients were classified into three groups by the scoring system based on the genotypes of these two SNPs, patients with a score of 1 or 2 were shown to have a significantly higher risk of docetaxel-induced leukopenia/neutropenia as compared to those with a score of 0 (P = 0.0000057; odds ratio [OR], 7.00; 95% CI [confidence interval], 2.95-16.59). This prediction system correctly classified 69.2% of severe leukopenia/neutropenia and 75.7% of non-leukopenia/neutropenia into the respective categories.
[Effect percentages provided in table are raw population fractions taken from the referenced study based on rs11045585 only. Total population size = 113. Breakdown: leukopenia/neutropenia: AA=20 AG=19; non-leukopenia/neutropenia: AA=63 AG=11]
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