‘Omics’ research is the non-targeted and non-biased analysis of a specific biological sample, the findings of which may give rise to hypotheses that can then be tested by further investigations. It incorporates a range of disciplines and sophisticated analytical technologies. Together, they provide a holistic view of the molecules that make up a cell, tissue or organism and how they respond to environmental stimuli.
Genomics is the systematic study of an organism’s genome, which contains the DNA that dictates how a cell develops and regulates cell function. When a gene receives the excitatory signal, a template for a specific protein will …read more
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