Genomics vs. Proteomics: What’s the difference?

Genomics studies the genome, while proteomics studies proteins and the proteome. They are related but different fields, with genomics focusing on the traits coded in the genome and proteomics looking at how the genome is expressed in the body. Both require extensive scientific training and can be applied in fields like medicine and pharmacology. Early […]

What’s Proteomics?

Proteomics is the study of all the proteins in an organism, including their interactions, changes, and effects. With around 400,000 proteins in the human proteome, proteomics is complex. Methods such as X-ray machines, MRI, affinity chromatograph, and gel electrophoresis are used to study proteins. Proteomics is a new and exciting field with the potential for […]

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