n. (context biochemistry English) The whole set of regulation components in a cell, tissue, organ, organism, and species, usually used in the context of a signal transduction. Regulation materials of cells vary much. Even water can be an important regulome entity.
Regulome refers to the whole set of regulatory components in a cell. Those components can be regulatory elements, genes, mRNAs, proteins, and metabolites. The description includes the interplay of regulatory effects between these components, and their dependence on variables such as subcellular localization, tissue, developmental stage, and pathological state.