In a near future, each person will incorporate his/her own sequenced genome in his/her electronic health record. In that precise moment, genomic medicine will be fundamental for clinical practice, as an essential key of personalized medicine. All the genomic data, as well as other 'omics' and clinical data necessary for personalized medicine, are stored in several distributed databases. Research and patient care require each time more biomedical data integration of several distributed heterogeneous datasources.
|Number of pages||9|
|Journal||Yearbook of medical informatics|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
Seoane, J. A., Dorado, J., Aguiar-Pulido, V., & Pazos, A. (2012). Data Integration in Genomic Medicine: Trends and Applications. Contribution of the IMIA Working Group on Informatics in Genomic Medicine. Yearbook of medical informatics, 7(1), 117-25.