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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - The full complement of complex organic macromolecules produced by a particular full set of chromosomes

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  • Someone does some deep data mining on the proteome and spots a correlation.
  • These values were then corrected for the average number of phosphorylation sites per AA in the proteome.
  • It seeks to emulate the success of the Human Genome Project, focussing on the previously uncharted human proteome.
  • Together, mapping the human building-blocks at the genome and proteome level has the potential to transform modern medicine. for more
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