n. (context biochemistry genetics English) The complete set of proteins encoded by a particular genome. (from 20th c.)
n. the full complement of proteins produced by a particular genome
The proteome is the entire set of proteins expressed by a genome, cell, tissue, or organism at a certain time. More specifically, it is the set of expressed proteins in a given type of cell or organism, at a given time, under defined conditions. The term is a blend of proteins and genome. Proteomics is the study of the proteome.
Usage examples of "proteome".
The tank proteome, a mucoid slime of nutrients and tailored hormones, was beginning to prepare his body for the life he left behind.
Turning dirty cash into clean shares in Proteome Dynamics and Biphase Technologies.
Because the third response is going to be oh-shit-I-don't-want-to-believe-this, because our great leader and teacher thinks the sun shines out of Biphase and I think he's into Proteome too.
Something much bigger than a billion-dollar money-laundering scam through Proteome and Biphase.
And the business with Biphase and Proteome was in the right part of the world, and the Clan was certainly sophisticated enough.
I don't know if they're into Proteome Dynamics and Biphase Technologies, but they're sure into everything else under the sun.