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- n. The analysis of the expression, localizations, functions, and interactions of proteomes.
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- n. The branch of molecular biology that studies the set of proteins expressed by the genome of an organism
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- n. the branch of genetics that studies the full set of proteins encoded by a genome
The researchers learned more about the roles of LPS and interferon gamma through a technique called proteomics, which gives a wealth of information that allows researchers to pinpoint specific changes within cells.
To overcome these difficulties, a new approach known as proteomics is being used to analyze the entire protein complement of a cell.
Using a technology called proteomics, the researchers examined 2,000 proteins found in the spinal fluid of 34 people who died with autopsy-proven Alzheimer's, comparing it with the spinal fluid of 34 non-demented people.
Yao's science is called proteomics, a combination of the terms "protein" and "genomics."
This kind of analysis - known as proteomics - requires specialized knowledge and equipment, both of which were available at UofL in the form of its Core Proteomics Laboratory and Clinical Proteomics Center.
In this study we employed several different techniques such as proteomics, clinical biochemistry, electron microscopy, and immunohistochemistry to identify pathways of persistent cellular changes in skin biopsies of T1D patients.
High throughput analytical technologies, such as proteomics and deep sequencing, can yield data of extremely high quality and can produce more data in a single run than was previously obtained from years of work.
Researchers such as Superti-Furga are taking a taking a 'proteomics' approach to understanding precisely how certain proteins that are key drug targets organise themselves in the cell, and how they make complex interactions with often dozens of other proteins.
The suffix –omics (on the model of "genomics," the study of the complete genome of an organism) is showing up in the names of a number of scientific disciplines, including culturomics (the quantitative study of literature in order to learn about culture), proteomics (the study of the set of proteins expressed by the genome of an organism) and connectomics (the study of the connectivity of synapses in the brain).
Watch Hillis explain how he and his team are using proteomics to discover new pathways in cancer treatment, and why he believes cancer must be thought of as a "verb" instead of a "noun."
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