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Transcending the Genome: The Paradigm Shift to Proteomics

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1/09/0330/09/07

This project is an exploration of the transformation of knowledge production beyond the HGP through the study of the emergent field of 'proteomics'. Proteomics is a key example of the new omics. Its object of analysis is the proteome, an entity which is typically defined as the protein equivalent of the genome, but in practice the proteome has multiple definitions and proteomics has contested boundaries.

This project is an exploration of the transformation of knowledge production beyond the HGP through the study of the emergent field of 'proteomics'. Proteomics is a key example of the new omics. Its object of analysis is the proteome, an entity which is typically defined as the protein equivalent of the genome, but in practice the proteome has multiple definitions and proteomics has contested boundaries.