proteome

proteome

[proh-tee-ohm]
noun Genetics.
the entire complement of proteins found in an organism over its entire life cycle, or in a particular cell type at a particular time under defined environmental conditions.
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proteome (ˈprəʊtɪˌəʊm)
 
n
the full complement of proteins that occur within a cell, tissue, or organism
 
[C20: from prote<[sc>in] + -ome]

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Main Entry:  proteome
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  in genetics, the complete set of proteins from the information encoded on a genome that can be expressed and modified by a cell, tissue, or organism
Etymology:  protein + genome
Usage:  proteomics n
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proteome   (prō'tē-ōm')  Pronunciation Key 
The complete set of proteins that can be expressed by the genetic material of an organism. Compare genome.
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