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proteome

(prō'tē-ōm),
1. Term analogous to genome, referring to varying protein composition of intracellular materials.
2. All the proteins in a given cell system.
[protein + -ome, noun suffix, fr. G. -oma, noun suffix]

proteome

(prō′tē-ōm′)
n.
The set of proteins present in an organism under a given set of environmental conditions.

proteome

The totality of all the proteins in an organism such as the human body.

proteome

a complete set of expressed PROTEINS in a cell at a particular time, which reflects its biochemical capacity.

proteome

the entire complement of proteins produced by a cell.
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Whereas the human genome comprises approximately 30,000 genes, there are likely over 100,000 unique proteins in the human proteome due to the multiple ways each gene can be transcribed and translated into proteins by cellular machinery.