Genomics & Proteomics

Proteomics is a branch of molecular biology that is concerned with the systematic, high-throughput approach to protein expression investigation of an organism or a cell. It is a large-scale comprehensive study of a specific proteome, including information on protein affluence, their variations and alterations, along with their interacting partners and networks, in order to discern cellular processes. Proteomics enables the understanding the structure, function and interactions of the entire protein content in a specific organism. Bioinformatics for proteomics has grown significantly in the recent years.

Genomics includes the study of genomes, particularly the set of techniques, analytical methods, and scientific questions related to the study of complete genomes. Scientists have progressed from the analysis of a small number of genes to the analysis of thousands of genes, from the study of the units of inheritance to the whole genome of an organism. Genomics straps the availability of complete DNA sequences for entire organisms by the latest next-generation sequencing technology.

Genomics and bioinformatics are now poised to revolutionize the healthcare system by developing customized and personalized medicine.

  • Clinical proteomics
  • Proteome informatics
  • Proteogenomics
  • Protein chip analysis
  • Clinical & medical genomics
  • Functional & comparative genomics
  • Computational genomics

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