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Proteomics is an Extension of Genomics

How does proteomics differ from genomics? What kinds of information can proteomics provide that is not available from genomics studies?

Summary Introduction

To explain: The differences between proteomics and genomics.

Introduction: Proteomics is the study of the set of all proteins that can be encoded by a genome. Genomics is the study of organization and the function and evolution of genomes. However, proteomics is said to be an extension of genomics.

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No.CharacteristicsProteomicsGenomics
1.DefinitionProteomics is the study of the set of proteins that are present in a cell at a specific time under the specific set of environmental conditions.Genomics is the study of organization, function, and evolution of genomes by creating physical and genetic maps of genomes.
2.BenefitsProteins are the functional molecules in the cells...
Summary Introduction

To determine: The types of information that can only be provided by proteomics and not by genomics.

Introduction: Proteomics is defined as the study of proteomes. Proteomics identify and characterize all the proteins that are located in a cell, tissue, or organ at a particular time. Genomics is the study of the physiological and evolutionary relationship of genomes.

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