Alphabetical list of omes and omics

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Alphabetically ordered -omics and omes.

  • alignmentome: 2003 The whole set of multiple sequence and structure alignments in bioinformatics.
  • alignmentomics: The study of aligning strings and sequences especially in bioinformatics.
  • alignome: 2003 . The whole set of string alignment algorithms such as FASTA, BLAST and HMMER.
  • animalome: 2000 . BioCC. The whole set of animals on Earth.
  • alternatome: 2006. BioCC. The totality of alternative spliceable elements.
  • alternatomics: 2006.
  • animalomics: 2000 .
  • aniome: 2003 . BioCC. The whole set of any biologically relevant things in the universe.
  • antibodyome / antibodyomics
  • archaeome: 2002 . All the species of archae and their proteins especially.
  • archiome: 2002 . BioCC. The same as archaeome.
  • archaeomics: 2002 BioCC. .
  • bacteriome: 2002 BioCC. .
  • bacterome: 2005 BioCC.
  • behaviourome:
  • behaviorome
  • behaviouromics
  • behavioromics
  • bibliome: 1999. BiO center, EBI (European Bioinformatics Institute). The whole of biological science and technology literature. Within bibliome, each word and context is interconnected as a network of meaning. See also Textome.
  • bibliomics: BiO center The study of bibliomics.
  • bioelectrome: 2003 The whole set of bioelectrical entities in cells.
  • bioinfome: The whole set of biological information objects.
  • epigenome
  • foldome: Coined around 1998. The totality of protein folds
  • foldomics: The omics study of foldome
  • foodome: 2001
  • foodomics: 2001.
  • fractalome: 2003. The whole set of biological entities that ahve fractal topology. Some DNA sequences are fractal.
  • fractalomics: 2003.
  • fragmentome: The totality of structural fragment of proteins.
  • functionome: The totality of functions in biology
  • functionomics:
  • functome: Coined in around 1998, Jong Bhak at George Church lab. The whole set of biologically functional entities in cells. Later someone in UCL.
  • functomics:
  • genome:
  • genomics:
  • geronome: Coined in 1996 by Jong Bhak. The whole set of gerontological proteins and chemicals.
  • geronomics: 1996 .
  • gerontogenome: 1996. MRC-DUNN, Cambridge UK. MRC-DUNN was a research unit that had several ageing researchers.
  • gerontogenomics: 1996 . Genomics approach for gerontology.
  • geropharmacome: Around 1999
  • geropharmacomics:
  • geroproteome: 1999 BiO center.
  • geroproteomics:
  • glycome
  • glycomics:
  • healthome: 2000 BiO center. The whole of health food, drugs and genetic materials such as proteins.
  • healthomics:
  • herbome: 2003 . The whole set of herbs and their proteins.
  • herbomics: 2003 .
  • homome: 2001 . The whole of homologous proteins
  • homomics: 2001 BiO center.
  • hormonome: 1999, . The whole of hormones.
  • hormonomics: 1992 .
  • humaninteractome: 1999 . The whole of human molecular interaction pairs.
  • humaninteractomics: 1999 .
  • humanome: 2004 BiO center. The whole of human beings.
  • humanomics: 2004 BiO center. The omics study of humans.
  • humanpatholome: 2004 BiO center. The pathologies of humans.
  • humanpatholomics: 2004 .
  • humanregulome: 2004 .
  • humanregulomics: 2004
  • hybridome: 2004
  • hybridomics: 2004 .
  • immunolome: 2003 . The whole set of immunologically important proteins and molecules.
  • immunolomics: 2003 BiO center.
  • immunome:
  • immunomics:
  • immunoproteome:
  • immunoproteomics:
  • imprintome: 2003 . The whole set of imprinting related proteins.
  • imprintomics: 2003 .
  • informatome: 2003 . The whole set of information objects in biological cells.
  • informatomics: 2003 BiO center.
  • interacdome: 2001 . The whole set of interacting protein domains.
  • interacdomics: 2001 BiO center.
  • interactome: 1999. BiO center. The whole set of molecular interactions in cells.
  • interactomics:
  • interfaceome: 2000 BiO center. The whole of molecular interfaces.
  • interfaceomics: 2000 BiO center.
  • Integrome: 2002 BiO center.
  • integromics: 2002 BiO center.
  • interome: 2002 BiO center. The whole of interacting objects in the universe.
  • interomics: 2002
  • introme: 2003 . The whole set of introns.
  • intromics: 2003 .
  • intronome: 2003 .
  • intronomics: 2003
  • ionome: ?
  • ionomics: ?
  • kinome: The set of biological kinases and their interactions.
  • kinomics:
  • legalome: Dan Bolser and Jong Park 2003. The whole set of laws in a society.
  • legalomics: The study of the legalome, for example comparative legalomics and network legalomics.
  • ligandome:
  • ligandomics:
  • lipoproteome:
  • lipoproteomics:
  • literaturome
  • literaturomics
  • localizome:
  • localome: 2003
  • localomics: 2003
  • melanosome: 2003
  • melanosomics: 2003
  • memome: ? 2000 Richard Dawkins ?
  • memomeics:
  • metaome: 2004 Dan Bolser. The philosophical concept concerning the overall collection of -omes (the meta-ome).
  • metanomics: 2004 Dan Bolser. The study of the philosopical concept of the metaome.
  • metalome: ?
  • metalomics:
  • metabolome: the collection of all metabolites in a biological organism
  • metabolomics: systematic study of the unique chemical fingerprints that specific cellular processes leave behind
  • metabonome:
  • metabonomics:
  • metallome:
  • metallomics:
  • methylome:
  • methylomics:
  • microbiome: 2002
  • microbiomics: 2002 BiO center.
  • Mitochondriome: 2000 BiO center.
  • mitochondriomics: 2000 BiO center.
  • mitogenome: 2000
  • mitogenomics: 2000 .
  • mitointeractome: 2000 .
  • mitointeractomics: 2000
  • mitometabolome: 2001
  • mitometabolomics: 2001 .
  • mitoproteome: 2001 .
  • mitoproteome: 2001 .
  • mobilome: the complete set of mobile elements
  • morphome:
  • morphomics:
  • moleculome: 1998
  • moleculomics: 1998 .
  • motifome: 2003 .
  • motifomics: 2003
  • mycolome: 2002
  • mycolomics: 2002
  • nanome: ?
  • nanomics: ?
  • netome: 2000 . The ome of networks in biology.
  • netomics: 2000 . The omics study of biological networks.
  • networkome: 2000 . The ome of networks in biology.
  • networkomics: 2000 . The omics study of biological networks.
  • neurogenome, neurogenomics: Clinical genomics glossary
  • neuroinfome: 2000 . The whole of neurological information objects. See also neurome.
  • nucleome:
  • nutrinome: 2002
    • nutrinomics: 2002
  • omeome: 2000 . The omes of all the -omes.
    • omeomics: 2000 .
  • omome: 2000. . The omes of all the -omes.
    • omomics: 2000 . The study of -ome development in concepts in science and technology.
  • oncome: 2002 . Teh whole of oncologically important proteins.
    • oncomics: 2002 .
  • oncogenomics:
  • oncoproteome: 2003 .
  • oncoproteomics:
  • operome:
  • operomics:
  • ORFeome:
  • ORFeomics
  • organellome: 2002
  • organellomics: 2002 .
  • organome: 2002 BiO center. The whole of organs and organ specific proteins.
  • organomics: 2002 BiO center.

paranome: 2004 Gevers et al., Trends in Microbiology, Vol 12, no 4. Collection of paralogous genes in an organism

  • reactionome
  • reactionomics
  • reactome
  • reactomics
  • parasitome:
  • pathoGenome
  • pathogenomics,
  • pathointeractome: 2003
  • pathointeractomics: 2003
  • patholome:
  • patholomics:
  • peptidome:
  • peptidomics:
  • pharmacogenome:
  • pharmacomethylomics:
  • pharmacome:
  • pharmacomics:
  • pharmacophylogenomics: David B. Searls, Pharmacophylogenomics: genes, evolution and drug targets, Nature Reviews Drug Discovery 2(8) : 613- 623 Aug. 2003
  • phenome:
  • phenomics:
  • phosphatome:
  • phosphoproteome:
  • phylogenome, phylogenomics, phylome: Phylogenomics glossary
  • phyloproteomics: Proteomics glossary
  • physiogenomics:
  • physiome:
  • physionomics:
  • phytome: 2002
  • phytomics: 2002
  • predictome:
  • promoterome:
  • prokaryome:
  • prokaryomics:
  • promotome:
  • promotomics:
  • proteininteractome: 2001
  • proteininteractome: 2001
  • Proteome
  • Proteomics
  • pseudogenome:
  • pseudogenomics:
  • regulome:
  • regulomics
  • religiome: 2004 Dan Bolser and BiO center. Total set of religious beleifs and artifacts in an individual, ethnic group or society.
  • religiomics: The study of the religiome, for example comparative religiomics and network religiomics (study proposed 2002 Dan Bolser a Jo Park).
  • repeatome: 2003
  • repeatomics: 2003
  • resistome:
  • resistomics:
  • ribonome:
  • ribonomics:
  • ricegenome
  • ricegenomics:
  • RNome:
  • saccharomics:
  • secretome:
  • secretomics:
  • separomics:
  • sequenceome:
  • sequenceomics:
  • signalome:
  • signalomics:
  • silicome:
  • silicomics:
  • sociome: Dan Bolser and BiO center 2003 ? All the social memory (social conditioning) in a society of organisms (see neurome).
    • sociomics:
  • somatonome:
  • steroidome: 2002
  • steroidomics: 2002
  • structome: 1998 .
  • structomics: 1998
  • structuralinteractome:
  • structuralinteractomics:
  • systeome:
  • textome: 1999, Chris Ouzounis group and BiO center at EBI.
  • textomics: 1999.
  • tissueome:
  • tissueomics:
  • tissuome: Tissuome.org
  • tissuomics:
  • toponomics: See Proteomics categories topological proteomics, toponomics
  • toxicogenomics:
  • toxicome:
  • toxicomics:
  • toxicoproteome:
  • toxicoproteomics: 2002 .
  • transome:
  • transcriptome:
  • transcriptomics:
  • transgenome:
  • transgenomics:
  • transportome:
  • transposome: 2001
  • transposomics: 2001
  • trinomics,
  • unknome:
  • vaccinome:
  • vaccinomics:
  • variome: Variome.net
  • variomics: variomics.net
  • virome:
  • viromics:
  • virusome:
  • virusomics:
  • xenobiome
  • xenobiomics
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