Definitions

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  • noun The analysis of the expression, localizations, functions, and interactions of the proteins expressed by the genetic material of an organism.

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  • noun biochemistry The branch of molecular biology that studies the set of proteins expressed by the genome of an organism

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  • noun the branch of genetics that studies the full set of proteins encoded by a genome

Etymologies

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protein +‎ -omics

Examples

  • 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.

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  • To overcome these difficulties, a new approach known as proteomics is being used to analyze the entire protein complement of a cell.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Yao's science is called proteomics, a combination of the terms "protein" and "genomics."

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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