proteome
noun Etymology: prote- + -ome (as in genome) Date: 1995 the complement of proteins expressed in a cell, tissue, or organism by a genome

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  • Proteome — Protéome Le protéome est l ensemble des protéines exprimées dans une cellule, une partie d une cellule (membranes, organites) ou un groupe de cellules (organe, organisme, groupe d organismes) dans des conditions données et à un moment donné. Ce… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Proteome — The proteome is the entire complement of proteins expressed by a genome, cell, tissue or organism. More specifically, it is the set expressed proteins at a given time under defined conditions. The term is a portmanteau of proteins and genome .The …   Wikipedia

  • proteome — n. The set of all proteins created and used by an organism. Example Citations: The human proteome has become the next frontier of modern biology, said Peter Meldrum, president and chief executive of Myriad, a biotechnology company in Salt Lake… …   New words

  • Protéome — Le protéome est l ensemble des protéines exprimées dans une cellule, une partie d une cellule (membranes, organites) ou un groupe de cellules (organe, organisme, groupe d organismes) dans des conditions données et à un moment donné. Ce terme d… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Proteome — All of the proteins produced by a given species, just as the genome is the totality of the genetic information possessed by that species. The term proteome was first coined from the PROTEin complement of the genOME in the mid 1990s by Marc… …   Medical dictionary

  • proteome — The complete collection of proteins that an organism produces …   Dictionary of microbiology

  • proteome — Protein equivalent of the genome: the next great challenge! …   Dictionary of molecular biology

  • proteome — noun the complete set of proteins encoded by a particular genome See Also: proteomics …   Wiktionary

  • proteome — [ prəʊtɪəʊm] noun Genetics the entire complement of proteins that is or can be expressed by a cell, tissue, or organism. Origin 1990s: a blend of protein and genome …   English new terms dictionary

  • proteome — /ˈproʊtioʊm/ (say prohteeohm) noun the complete protein complement expressed by the genome of an organism. {prote(in) + (gen)ome} …   Australian English dictionary

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