“The use of "omic" technology to study toxicological questions is called toxicogenomics.”
“The development of "omic" technologies has evolved into three scientific disciplines: genomics which is defined as the study of genes and their function; proteomics which is defined as the study of the full set of proteins encoded by a genome; and metabonomics which is defined as the study of the total metabolite pool.”
“Epigenetics has progressed rapidly from an obscure quirk of heredity into a data-heavy 'omic' science.”
“Furthermore, other "omic" platforms (e.g. expression arrays) could be use to further reduce the list of candidate genes and refine the region”
“Applicants combining expertise in cellular/genetic/'omic' methods with physiological/imaging approaches in order to understand systems-level function are particularly encouraged.”
“omic' and targeted molecular approaches combined with bioinformatics and modelling to advance clinical practice in haematological cancers and inflammatory diseases.”
“The suits, originally filed in federal courts across the Gulf region, blame BP for econ omic losses, injuries or wrongful deaths.”
“It is therefore a propitious moment in both econ? omic and electoral cycles to deliver on reform.”
“At the very least, the -omic ending makes it sound like a grown-up word.”
“I think one old Reagan-omic myth has been forever shattered.”
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