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The term 'proteome' was first coined in 1994, and refers to all the proteins in a cell, tissue, or organism. Proteomics refers to the study of the proteome. Because proteins are involved in almost all biological activities, the proteome is a rich source of biological information.
UC San Diego researchers develop 3D visualization tool for mapping omics data onto organs

UC San Diego researchers develop 3D visualization tool for mapping omics data onto organs

FDA approved drug found to have anti-cancer activity against previously unknown targets

FDA approved drug found to have anti-cancer activity against previously unknown targets

Human minibrains expose psychedelic drug effects, study reveals

Human minibrains expose psychedelic drug effects, study reveals

Study unveils neuronal effects of psychedelics using cerebral organoids

Study unveils neuronal effects of psychedelics using cerebral organoids

Estrogen acts as upstream regulator for energy metabolism and muscle cell viability, study finds

Estrogen acts as upstream regulator for energy metabolism and muscle cell viability, study finds

TSRI scientists developed new strategy to discover novel anti-cancer therapies

TSRI scientists developed new strategy to discover novel anti-cancer therapies

Novartis partners with UC Berkeley to pursue 'undruggable' disease targets

Novartis partners with UC Berkeley to pursue 'undruggable' disease targets

UTA researcher wins NSF grant to explore new method for accurately analyzing brain image data

UTA researcher wins NSF grant to explore new method for accurately analyzing brain image data

Analytical Science in Precision Medicine

Analytical Science in Precision Medicine

Evosep launches new separation technology tailored for clinical omics at HUPO 2017

Evosep launches new separation technology tailored for clinical omics at HUPO 2017

Researchers identify connections between toxoplasmosis and several brain disorders

Researchers identify connections between toxoplasmosis and several brain disorders

Spaceflight causes many significant changes in the human body, research shows

Spaceflight causes many significant changes in the human body, research shows

CSUDH professor seeks novel lead compound to develop new drug for treating cancer

CSUDH professor seeks novel lead compound to develop new drug for treating cancer

New strategy allows researchers to identify potential treatments for altered levels of MeCP2

New strategy allows researchers to identify potential treatments for altered levels of MeCP2

Leading experts come together to discuss clinical, translational applications of mitochondria

Leading experts come together to discuss clinical, translational applications of mitochondria

Study offers new, quicker way to test for Zika virus

Study offers new, quicker way to test for Zika virus

Biochemist explores complex interaction of activation and regulation in fat breakdown

Biochemist explores complex interaction of activation and regulation in fat breakdown

Scientists discover, count and determine new mitochondrial proteome in baker's yeast

Scientists discover, count and determine new mitochondrial proteome in baker's yeast

PNNL-OHSU scientists part of NCI effort to study about role of proteins in cancer biology

PNNL-OHSU scientists part of NCI effort to study about role of proteins in cancer biology

American scientists develop bioorthogonal labeling test to assess sialylated glycans in tumor cells

American scientists develop bioorthogonal labeling test to assess sialylated glycans in tumor cells