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proteomics

[‚prōd·ē′äm·iks]
(cell and molecular biology)
The separation, identification, and characterization of the complete set of proteins present in the various cells of an organism.
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The markets for proteomic technologies are difficult to estimate as they are not distinct but overlap with those of genomics, gene expression, high throughput screening, drug discovery and molecular diagnostics.
Mass spectrometry has developed as a key platform for proteomic analyses, with two contrasting approaches which are bottom-up and top-down proteomics.
Translation of proteomic biomarkers into FDA approved cancer diagnostics: issues and challenges.
CPTAC continues to define the most rigorous standards for proteomic experiments.
The major objective of proteome research is to identify and characterize the comprehensive responses of a cell or biological system to different stimuli.[sup][9] The emerging proteomic studies largely depend on the advances in protein separation, identification technology, and bioinformatics.
Because proteogenomics is most dependent on the availability of high-quality proteomic data, the technologies that enable sensitive, large-scale proteome profiling are of the highest importance.
"Proteomic Studies in Acute Hypoxic Respiratory Failure." PhD diss., UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, 2015.
With next generation sequencing analysis also available from the same sample, this innovative approach allows for multiple targeted proteomic and genomic results from a biopsy specimen.
By permitting the simultaneous assessment of multiple analytes, NGS and MS proteomics are challenging the traditional concept of using focused, low-throughput companion diagnostics, such as immunohistochemistry and fluorescence in situ hybridization, in favor of a more expansive assessment of the molecular and proteomic makeup of cancer samples.
Researchers in various medical and biological specialties focus mostly on preparing samples for proteomic and metabolomic studies, rather than on using the imaging equipment.
Proteomic analysis detects the gene expression during different life activities (e.g.
Systems biology is essentially a proteomic and epigenetic exercise because the relatively condensed information of genomes unfolds on the level of proteins.