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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.
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By searching a gene database, they found a drug candidate capable of reversing the salivary proteome changes associated with high blood sugar.
Our two-dimensional contour maps (or proteome fingerprints) based on the protein distribution densities in the LD space show distinct patterns for different organisms and protein sets and may therefore be used for classification of proteomes and protein sets.
Anno 2017; from proteome to proteoform: There was a revelation obtained from human genome project results showing a smaller number of analyzed genes that was approximately 20,300 rather than ~100,000 (1).
The major objective of proteome research is to identify and characterize the comprehensive responses of a cell or biological system to different stimuli.[sup][9] The emerging proteomic studies largely depend on the advances in protein separation, identification technology, and bioinformatics.
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Proteome Architecture of Selected Core Pathways in Human and Rat Beta Cells.
lactis strain M4 proteome for the mid-exponential growth phase was localized in the ribosome (59%), cytoplasm (31%), macromolecule complex (7%), cell surface (7%), extracellular space (7%), and other areas (7%) (Figure 3(a)).
The structure dataset encompasses the occurrence and abundance of 1,733 fold superfamily (FSF) domains in 981 completely sequenced proteomes. FSF domains were delimited using the Structural Classification of Proteins (SCOP ver.
Analysis of serovar Canicola using 2D-LC/MS identified 2961 unique Leptospira accession numbers across the three protein databases used; 1653 of these had unique protein identifications which represents the detected proteome (Table 1, Appendix 1 in the Supplementary Material available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/572901) for the serovar (peptide identifications are given in Appendix 2 in the Supplementary Material).
The topics include mass spectrometry utilizing isotope-coded affinity tag reagents, the proteome in neurodegenerative diseases, the proteome related to respiratory disease, hepatitis C virus infection and mitochondria proteomics, and the quantitative proteomic analysis of HIV infection.
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