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proteome

[′prōd·ē‚ōm]
(cell and molecular biology)
The complete set of proteins present in the various cells of an organism.
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Anno 2017; from proteome to proteoform: There was a revelation obtained from human genome project results showing a smaller number of analyzed genes that was approximately 20,300 rather than ~100,000 (1).
The company has an intellectual property estate that includes the assignment of numerous, heretofore unrecognized, druggable sites in the human proteome.
The major objective of proteome research is to identify and characterize the comprehensive responses of a cell or biological system to different stimuli.
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These latter species may represent trace components, since in previous proteome investigations of barley, two such yeast proteins could be detected.
Second, the protein catalogs have generated a lot of new insights into the proteome and its organization.
Our alliance with Proteome Sciences reinforces our commitment to provide customers with significant expertise to help them select relevant biomarkers for their development programs, interpret results, and determine implications for their therapies.
Cardiologist Dr Constantin von zur Muehlen, of the University Hospital in Freiburg, Germany, said proteome analysis shows protein patterns.
launched a range of TMT products at the ASMS mass spectrometry meeting in Denver last week less than two months after obtaining the exclusive license for isobaric tandem mass tag technology from Proteome Sciences.
Emhiser is currently president of North American Operations for Proteome Systems and was formerly president of Millipore's Life Sciences Division.
Going forward, AIST and the three partners will proceed with R&D with a view to applying the system to protein analysis to accelerate disease diagnosis, drug discovery and proteome analysis.