immunomics

immunomics

(ĭ-mū-nŏm′ĭks) [L. immunis, safe + Gr. ome, complete]
The study of all the antigens present in particular biological specimens and the approaches that can be used to identify them or use them as potential targets for treatment.

immunomics

the study of all molecular functions associated with immune-related coding and non-coding DNA or RNA sequences.
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Besides genomics- and proteomics-based platforms, market participants are employing other 'omics' platforms such as glycomics, lipidomics, metabolomics and immunomics for biomarker discovery," said Frost & Sullivan Healthcare Senior Research Analyst Srinivas Sashidhar.
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Jaffe is recipient of the International Scientist of the Year 2003, awarded by the International Biographical Commission of Cambridge, England, to recognize his contributions to Biochemistry, Clinical Medicine, and Immunomics.
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Tetramers effectively reduce the time it takes to evaluate immune response, and can expedite vaccine development and speed the process for determining the effectiveness of therapies in clinical trials," said Bonnie Anderson, vice president and director of Beckman Coulter's Immunomics Operation.
With a strong research and development team and a sales and support network of over 70 scientific specialists, MBL is well positioned to market Tetramer technology and establish it as an industry standard in Japan," said Bonnie Anderson, vice president and director of Beckman Coulter's Immunomics Operations.
The agreement represents strategic value to both Corixa and Beckman Coulter," said Bonnie Anderson, vice president and director of Beckman Coulter's Immunomics Operations.