Proteome

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The proteome is the functional representation of the genome [1].

The term proteome refers to the full set of proteins expressed in a cell, at any one time.

Two - hybrid screens can be used to detect protein-protein interaction. This is one of many types of proteome analysis [2][3].

References

  1. J. M. Berg Et Al, Biochemistry, 7th edition (2012), page 68
  2. Larry Snyder and Wendy Champness, Molecular genetics of bacteria, Third edition, 2007, ASM press, Washington, p129
  3. Larry Snyder and Wendy Champness, Molecular genetics of bacteria, Third edition, 2007, ASM press, Washington, p129
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