proteomics

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protein +‎ -omics

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proteomics (uncountable)

  1. (biochemistry) The branch of molecular biology that studies the set of proteins expressed by the genome of an organism.
    • 1998, N. Leigh Anderson, “Proteome and proteomics: New technologies, new concepts, and new words”, in Electrophoresis, volume 19, page 1853:
      The derived word "proteomics", which has come into use almost as an afterthought, may be equally useful since it indicates something less well-defined but more ambitious. Proteomics is a field, just as genomics is, rather than a closed and conceptually static body of knowledge (as are the genome and proteome, by definition).

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