Sequencing Genomes

Proteins from a gene proteomics identify and

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Unformatted text preview: know about a person’s phenotype, you can tell by their genotype, but that’s not necessarily true. • You can have genes that are not expressed • In order to figure out how some of these phenotypes are shown, some fields arose (what else contributes to the phenotypes) Proteomics • Proteome: Instead of all the genes an organism has, proteome is all the proteins an organism had which is more complex than its genome (more proteins than genes) o How are there more proteins: §༊ Adjustments to proteins that changes what they do (add some sugar to change its function) §༊ Alternate splicing (make a lot of proteins from a gene) • Proteomics: identify and...
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This document was uploaded on 03/06/2014 for the course BIO 020.151 at Johns Hopkins.

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