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proteomicsProteomik (ger.)

  • The study or analysis of the set of proteins expressed by an organism, its relationship to the genes coding for them, and to physiological and pathological processes; the branch of molecular biology concerned with this. (OED 2012)

    The rapid rise of proteomics

    James, P. (1997). Protein identification in the post-genome era: The rapid rise of proteomics. Quart. Rev. Biophys. 30, 279-332.


    A powerful adjunct to genomics is proteomics, which involves the mapping of the entire protein complement of a cell under a given set of conditions by high-resolution 2D gel electrophoresis, coupled with identification by mass spectrometry.

    Mizrahi, V. (1997). Genetics and tuberculosis, Cape Town, South Africa, 21 November 1997. Tubercle and Lung Disease 78, 171-174: 171.


    Proteomics, if defined as the study of many proteins simultaneously in order to understand the function of one restricted state of a cell, remains in its infancy.

    Anonymus (1999). The promise of proteomics. Nature 402, 703.