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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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Recently, use of mass spectrumetrybased (MS) proteomics technology has further contributed to the identification of the proteome that make up spermatozoa (6-12).
The authors highlight the comparative higher complexity of functioning proteins, the difficulty of predicting post-translational processing from mRNA sequence "alone, and the frequent disparity between mRNA levels and protein expression, suggesting that only direct analysis of the proteome itself can characterize proteins with certainty.
It's called tissue proteome profiling, and it appears to be a powerful new tool for both diagnosis and prognosis.
Protometrix provides researchers access to functional protein content representing vast portions of the proteomes of pharmaceutically relevant organisms, such as human, mouse, rat, dog and yeast, in a high productivity microarray format.
Another analysis can be performed by kinetically profiling protein Changes in the serum proteome over the course of pretoxic, toxic, and recovery stages of chemical exposure.
The Human Proteome Organization, or HUPO, was formed to promote research and large-scale analysis of the human proteome.
On completion of the production program, the Chemical Printer will become a key Proteomics Alliance (Shimadzu Biotech, Proteome Systems and Sigma-Aldrich) instrument which will be integrated into Proteome Systems' ProteomIQ(TM) platform for high-throughput Proteomics.
That absolutely requires the proteome fractionation on the protein level and not only on the peptide level.
Its technology allows definition and study of proteomes (the comprehensive complement of proteins produced by an organism) of any species for the first time.
The proteomic scientist is faced with the daunting challenge of intelligently interrogating proteomes for high impact biological and pharmaceutical discovery.