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post-genomicsPostgenomik (ger.)

  • The emphasis of the interaction between genes and factors outside of genes in the development of an organism.

    It is post-genomics: the science after we have the sequene of the genome

    Drews, J. (1995). [Interview statement]. In: Macilwain, C. (1995).Roche pledges independence to new institute. Nature 373, 94.


    The genomics company must service both short-term needs—for cash, guaranteed future funding, and credibility—along long-term needs in the post-genomics era.

    Glaser, V. (1995).Lilly and Millenium cut the genome cake a new way. Nature Biotechnology 13, 1149-1150: 1149.


    The buzzword right now is ‘post-genomics’, says Searls—that is, what do you do once you have the sequences of all the human genes? “I think a lot of post-genomics will have to do with understanding networks, pathways and cascades, signal transduction, metabolism and genetic regulation. So there are all sorts of computational and mathematical issues to be resolved and to be brought to bear on these problems,” he says.

    Gershon, D. (1997). Bioinformatics in a post-genomics age. Nature 389, 417-418: 417.

Abbott, A. (1999). A post-genomic challenge: learning to read patterns of protein synthesis. Nature 402, 715-720.

Rheinberger, H.-J. (ed.) (1999). Postgenomics? Historical, techno-epistemic and cultural aspects of genomic projects (Preprint).

Gierer, A. (2002). Holistic biology – back on stage? Comments on post-genomics in historical perspective. Philos. nat. 39, 25-44.

Müller-Wille, S. & Rheinberger, H.-J. (2009) Das Gen im Zeitalter der Postgenomik.