Proteomics is an emerging area of research in the postgenomic era that deals with the global analysis of gene expression via a combination of techniques for resolving, identifying, quantitating, and characterizing proteins. Bioinformatics is a fundamental part of proteomics for storing and communicating data. Thus, proteomic and genomic data can be linked with bioinformatics for mapping information from genome projects (1). Although proteomics and genomics can be applied independently, their impact can be maximized when used in concert to study complex biological problems.
|Number of pages||7|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jun 2001|