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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MelTec will apply its toponomics technology platform to decipher cellular function and dysfunction in RA patients by determining the situation of protein networks in time and space in every intact cell in situ.
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.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- MelTec GmbH and the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT today signed a collaborative agreement to develop an information technology platform for the management and interpretation of high-throughput experiments analyzing protein networks of whole cells in situ, also known as topological proteomics or toponomics.