toponomics

toponomics

(top″ŏ-nom′iks) [ top- + -omics]
The mapping of the location of proteins within cells and the use of this information to determine how proteins and other intracellular substances interact.
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They both commemorate repeatable place-events associated with saga heroes, mythical or magical adventures, or prototypical deities, and provide access to a neglected pagan store of toponomics.
Invented by Schubert, this technology allows protein networks to be identified directly in morphologically intact cells and tissues (Schubert, W: Topological proteomics, Toponomics, MELK Technology.