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omics

(ō′mĭks, ŏm′ĭks)
n.
1. (used with a sing. or pl. verb) Analysis of large amounts of data representing an entire set of some kind, especially the entire set of molecules, such as proteins, lipids, or metabolites, in a cell, organ, or organism.
2. (used with a sing. verb) Any of the fields employing this approach, as proteomics or metabolomics.

omics

A neologism for the constellation of an organism’s “-omic” information, which includes the genome itself (genomic), transcription products (transcriptomic), protein products (proteomic) and metabolic products (metabolomic).

-omics

A neologistic root popular in some English-speaking regions, and in the US, which ties economics to a particular politician–eg, Reagonomics, Clintonomics
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Under this Agreement, Elucidata and SCIEX will promote Elucidata's integrated Omics platform, called Polly, in conjunction with SCIEX technologies, including TripleTOF, X500R, and QTRAP, as well as Differential Ion Mobility technology.
The predatory journal publishers most popular among Taiwanese academics during the period between 2010 and 2017 named in the report are: Scientific Research (SCIRP), which published 146 papers from Taiwan, OMICS International with 82, World Academy of Science, Engineer and Technology (WASET) with 72, Horizon Research Publishing with 45, Academic Journals with 44, Science Publishing Group with 27, World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society (WSEAS) with 15, Sciepub.com with 12, David Publishing (previously known as US-China Business Review) with 11, Med Crave Group with 6, and Science Domain International (SDI) with 6.
They cover patterns, processes, and mechanisms in microbial ecology: contributions from the omics; contamination issues in microbiome sequencing studies; molecular methods to study microbial succession in soil; insular microbiogeography: three pathogens as exemplars; the contribution of metagenomics to the understanding of microbial processes in Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic coastal sediments; and wildlife microbial genomics and endocrinology.
According to the DOST head, 'Our study on genomics and other omic technologies will aid clinical diagnostics and preventive testing.
DOST presented the "Omics" program dubbed "Omic Technologies for Health: 'Lunas na Sakto sa Pilipino'" during the "Talakayang HeaRT BEAT held on 27 February 2019 at the La Breza Hotel in Quezon City.
In broad terms, "'omics" refers to the identification and study of molecules related to different biological processes and how they work together.
Polly, a cloud-based platform standardises and streamlines the data analysis workflows for omics experiments.
The three-year project seeks to promote research in 'Omics' sciences at the Pasteur Institute in Tunis and make of it a centre of excellence in the analysis and utilisation of omics data in relation to infectious diseases and pathogen-host interaction.
Over the years, the cancer biomarkers market has evolved significantly owing to the rising prevalence of cancer, advancements in omics technologies, increasing healthcare expenditure, growth in R&D funding from government and private bodies, and rising demand for personalized medicine in cancer therapies.
ConferenceSeries is partnered with Omics International to conduct conferences and publish proceedings.
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