Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Proteomics

1. the study of gene expression and function at the protein level, by means of high-throughput techniques.

2. the systematic characterization and cataloguing of the entire set of protein-protein interactions in a genome, both in vivo and in artificial and virtual systems, as used in biotechnology, and known as the Human Proteomics Project.

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