Alphabetically ordered list of omics

From Omics.org

Alphabetically ordered Omes and Omics. You can freely add and edit the entries.

  1. alignmentome: 2003. The whole set of multiple sequence and structure alignments in bioinformatics.
  2. alignmentomics: The study of aligning strings and sequences especially in bioinformatics.
  3. alignome: 2003 . The whole set of string alignment algorithms such as FASTA, BLAST and HMMER.
  4. animalome: 2000 . The whole set of animals on Earth.
  5. Alternatome: 2006. The totality of alternative spliceable elements.
  6. Alternatomics: 2006.
  7. animalomics: 2000 .
  8. aniome: 2003 . The whole set of any biologically relevant things in the universe.
  9. Antibodyome
  10. Antibodyomics
  11. archaeome: 2002 . All the species of archae and their proteins especially.
  12. archiome: 2002 . The same as archaeome.
  13. archaeomics: 2002 .
  14. Arenayome: RNAome: The whole set of arenay (RNA) in cells and specific organism.
  15. Arenayomics: The study of arenay(RNA)
  16. bacteriome: 2002 .
  17. bacterome: 2005
  18. behaviourome: 
  19. behaviorome
  20. behaviouromics
  21. behavioromics
  22. Bibliome: 1999. EBI (European Bioinformatics Institute). The whole of biological science and technology literature. Within bibliome, each word and context is interconnected as a network of meaning. See also Textome.
  23. Bibliomics:  The study of bibliomics.
  24. Bioelectrome: 2003 The whole set of bioelectrical entities in cells.
  25. bioinfome: The whole set of biological information objects.
  26. Bioinformics:  The study of biological information objects.
  27. Biointeractome: 2000. Biological interaction objects.
  28. Biome: 1916. The whole set of ecological community of organisms and environments. Recently, it also means (neologism) the whole of biological objects especially in bioinformatics fields.
  29. biomics: ? The study of the newer meaning of biome.
  30. bionome: 2002  The whole networked set of biological names.
  31. bionomics: 2002 
  32. biosome: 2003 BiO center. The whole set of organelles of biological cell
  33. biostructome: 1999  The whole set of biological structures.
  34. biostructomics: 1999 
  35. biotextome: 1999 The whole set of biological literature.
  36. biotextomics: 1999 
  37. biotome: 2003  The whole set of biological design and architecture. Especially of biological networks.
  38. biotomics: 2003. 
  39. carbome: BiO center. 2003. The whole set of carbone based living organisms in the universe.
  40. carbomics: BiO center. 2003.
  41. CHOmics: study of carbohydrates. 
  42. Cardiogenomics: ?
  43. Cellome: 2000.  The whole set of biological entities in cells. They are both physical and informational. Proteins are major components cellome.
  44. cellomics: Cellomics™  Cellomics, Inc.
  45. Chemicallome: 2003 BiO center, The whole set of chemicals in and out of cells including drugs.
  46. Chemicallomics: 2003. 
  47. Chemogenome: ?
  48. chemogenomics: ? 
  49. Chemome: 2000.  : The whole set of chemicals in cells?
  50. [[Chemomics]: 2000. 
  51. Chromonome: ?
  52. chromonomics: 1998  http://www.usc.edu/hsc/info/pr/1vol4/403/igm.html
  53. chronome, chronomics: ?
  54. Chronomics: ?
  55. Clinome:
  56. Clinomics
  57. Comics: This is a sarcastic  omics to refer some pseudo-omics.
  58. Complexome: 1998, The whole set of protein and molecular complexes in cells.
  59. Complexomics
  60. Conductome: 2003.  The whole set of conducting biological entities in cells.
  61. contactome: 2001 The whole set of contacting atoms for all the molecules in cells. Especially proteins that are determined and stor PDB.
  62. Contactomics: 2001 
  63. Cryptome:
  64. cryptomics:
  65. crystallome:
  66. crystallomics: 
  67. Cyanome
  68. Cyanomics 
  69. cytokinme: 2003 
  70. cytokinomics: 2003 
  71. cytosolome: 2003 
  72. cytosolomics: 2003 
  73. cytome
  74. cytomics
  75. degradome:
  76. degradomics:
  77. develome: 1999 
  78. develomics: 1999 
  79. developmentome: 1999 
  80. developmentomics: 1999 
  81. diagnome: 2003 
  82. diagnomics: 2003 
  83. Diseaseome: 2003 
  84. Diseaseomics: 2003 
  85. domainome: 1999 
  86. domainome: 1999 
  87. drugome: 1999 
  88. drugomics: 1999 
  89. ecome: ?
  90. ecomics:
  91. econome:
  92. Economics: This is for meaning the omics study of econome. However, it can be also used as a joke to tell that all the omics fields require money for their existence in nature. 
  93. economics:
  94. endosome: 2002(?) The whole set of endoplasmic proteins and molecules. See also exosome
  95. endosomics: 2002(?) 
  96. enzymome: 2000 The whole set of enzyme proteins.
  97. enzymomics
  98. epigenome:
  99. Epigenomics:
  100. epitome:
  101. eukaryome: 2002 The whole set of eukaryotic organisms.
  102. eukaryomics: 2002 
  103. evolome: before 1997, The whole set of evolving entities in the universe. Especially proteins.
  104. evolomics: before 1997, BiO center.
  105. exome: 2003  The whole set of exons.
  106. exomics: 2003 .
  107. exosome: 2003  Teh whole set of proteins that are secreted outside of cells.
  108. exosomics: 2003
  109. exonome: 2003 . The whole set of exons.
  110. exonomics: 2003 .
  111. Expressome: 1999. The whole set of expressed genetic objects in cells.
  112. Expressomics
  113. fluxome:  
  114. fluxomics: 
  115. foldome: 
  116. foldomics: 
  117. * foodome: 2001 .
  118. ** foodomics: 2001 Bio.
  119. * fractalome: 2003 . The whole set of biological entities that ahve fractal topology. Some DNA sequences are fractal.
  120. ** fractalomics: 2003 .
  121. * fragmentome: 
  122. * functionome:
  123. Functionomics:
  124. * functionome:
  125. ** functionomics:
  126. Functome: 1998. BiO center, The whole set of biologically functional entities in cells.
  127. Functomics:
  128. Genome
  129. Genomics:
  130. Geronome: 1996 . The whole set of gerontological proteins and chemicals.
  131. ** geronomics: 1996 .
  132. * gerontogenome: 1996 .
  133. ** gerontogenomics: 1996 . Genomics approach for gerontology.
  134. * geropharmacome: 1999(?) .
  135. ** geropharmacomics:
  136. * geroproteome: 1999 BiO center.
  137. ** geroproteomics:
  138. Glycome
  139. glycomics:
  140. * healthome: 2000 BiO center. The whole of health food and drugs.
  141. Healthomics:
  142. Herbome: 2003  . The whole set of herbs and their proteins.
  143. Herbomics: 2003  .
  144. * homome: 2001  . The whole of homologous proteins
  145. ** homomics: 2001 
  146. * hormonome: 1999, BiO center. The whole of hormones.
  147. ** hormonomics: 1992 
  148. humaninteractome: 1999 . The whole of human molecular interaction pairs.
  149. humaninteractomics: 1999  .
  150. humanome: 2004 BiO center. The whole of human beings.
  151. Humanomics: 2004 . The omics study of humans.
  152. humanpatholome: 2004 . The pathologies of humans.
  153. humanpatholomics: 2004.
  154. humanregulome: 2004 .
  155. humanregulomics: 2004.
  156. hybridome: 2004 
  157. hybridomics: 2004 .
  158. immunolome: 2003 . The whole set of immunologically important proteins and molecules.
  159. immunolomics: 2003.
  160. immunome:
  161. ** immunomics:
  162. * immunoproteome:
  163. ** immunoproteomics:
  164. * imprintome: 2003 BiO center. The whole set of imprinting related proteins.
  165. ** imprintomics: 2003 BiO center.
  166. Informatome: 2003 BiO center. The whole set of information objects in biological cells.
  167. Informatomics: 2003 BiO center.
  168. interacdome: 2001 BiO center. The whole set of interacting protein domains.
  169. interacdomics: 2001 BiO center.
  170. Interactome: 1999. The whole set of molecular interactions in cells.
  171. Interactomics: The study of interactomes
  172. interfaceome: 2000 BiO center. The whole of molecular interfaces.
  173. interfaceomics: 2000 BiO center.
  174. Integrome: 2002 BiO center.
  175. integromics: 2002 BiO center.
  176. interome: 2002 BiO center. The whole of interacting objects in the universe.
  177. interomics: 2002 BiO center.
  178. introme: 2003 BiO center. The whole set of introns.
  179. intromics: 2003 BiO center.
  180. intronome: 2003 BiO center.
  181. intronomics: 2003 BiO center.
  182. ionome: ?
  183. ionomics: ?
  184. kinome:
  185. Kinomics:
  186. Legalome: Non-biological. Dan Bolser and Jong Park 2003. The whole set of laws in a society.
  187. Legalomics: The study of the legalome, for example comparative legalomics and network legalomics.
  188. Ligandome: The whole  set of biological ligands in nature.
  189. Ligandomics: 
  190. Lipidome
  191. Lipidomics
  192. Lipoproteome:
  193. Lipoproteomics: 
  194. Literaturome
  195. Literaturomics
  196. Localizome:
  197. Localizomics:
  198. localome: 2003 BiO center.
  199. localomics: 2003 BiO center.
  200. melanosome: 2003 BiO center.
  201. melanosomics: 2003 BiO center.
  202. memome: ? 2000 Richard Dawkins ?
  203. memomeics:
  204. metaome: 2004 Dan Bolser. The philosophical concept concerning the overall collection of -omes (the meta-ome).
  205. metanomics: 2004 Dan Bolser. The study of the philosopical concept of the metaome.
  206. metalome: ?
  207. metalomics:
  208. Metabolome:
  209. Metabolomics:
  210. Metabonome:
  211. Metabonomics:
  212. * metallome:
  213. * metallomics:  
  214. * methylome:
  215. ** methylomics:
  216. Microbiome: 2002 BiO center.
  217. ** microbiomics: 2002 BiO center.
  218. miRNAome
  219. * Mitochondriome: 2000 BiO center.
  220. ** mitochondriomics: 2000 BiO center.
  221. * mitogenome: 2000 BiO center
  222. ** mitogenomics: 2000 BiO center.
  223. * mitointeractome: 2000 BiO center.
  224. ** mitointeractomics: 2000 BiO center.
  225. * mitometabolome: 2001 BiO center
  226. ** mitometabolomics: 2001 BiO center.
  227. * mitoproteome: 2001 BiO center.
  228. ** mitoproteome: 2001 BiO center.
  229. mobilome: the complete set of mobile elements
  230. * morphome:
  231. ** morphomics:
  232. * moleculome: 1998
  233. Moleculomics: 1998 
  234. motifome: 2003 BiO center.
  235. Motifomics: 2003 
  236. Mycolome: 2002 
  237. Mycolomics: 2002 BiO center
  238. Nanome: the whole set of nano (10-9e) scale biomolecules. 
  239. Nanomics: the study of nanomes. Also a bioventure  company name.
  240. * netome: 2000 BiO center. The ome of networks in biology.
  241. ** netomics: 2000 BiO center. The omics study of biological networks.
  242. * networkome: 2000 BiO center. The ome of networks in biology.
  243. ** networkomics: 2000 BiO center. The omics study of biological networks.
  244. * neurogenome, neurogenomics: Clinical genomics glossary
  245. * neuroinfome: 2000 BiO center. The whole of neurological information objects. See also neurome.
  246. Nonsensome:the whole set of non-sense mutated DNA. It also means the omes that are non-sensical. For example, individualome can be a nonsensome as ome means something not individual. While individual genome can be sensical.
  247. Nonsensomics: the studdy of nonsensomes. It also means the study of nonsensomes in omics world.
  248. nucleome:
  249. Nucleomics
  250. nutrinome: 2002
  251. nutrinomics: 2002.
  252. Omeome: 2000. The omes of all the -omes.
  253. Omeomics: .
  254. Omome: 2000. BiO center. The omes of all the -omes.
  255. Omomics: 2000 BiO center. The study of -ome development in concepts in science and technology.
  256. Oncome: 2002 BiO center. Teh whole of oncologically important proteins.
  257. Oncomics: 2002 BiO center.
  258. Oncogenomics: 
  259. Oncoproteome: 2003  .
  260. Oncoproteomics:
  261. Operome:
  262. Operomics:
  263. ORFeome:
  264. ORFeomics
  265. ORFome
  266. ORFomics
  267. organellome: 2002 
  268. organellomics: 2002  .
  269. organome: 2002  . The whole of organs and organ specific proteins.
  270. organomics: 2002  .
  271. paranome: 2004 Gevers et al., Trends in Microbiology, Vol 12, no 4.  Collection of paralogous genes in an organism
  272. parasitome:
  273. pathoGenome 
  274. pathogenomics, 
  275. pathointeractome: 2003 BiO center
  276. pathointeractomics: 2003 BiO center
  277. patholome:
  278. patholomics:
  279. peptidome:
  280. peptidomics:
  281. pharmacogenome:
  282. pharmacomethylomics:
  283. * pharmacome:
  284. ** pharmacomics:
  285. ** pharmacophylogenomics:   David B. Searls, Pharmacophylogenomics: genes, evolution and drug targets, Pharmacophylogenomics: gene evolution and drug targets, Nature Reviews Drug Discovery 2(8) : 613- 623 Aug. 2003
  286. * phenome:
  287. * phenomics:  
  288. * phosphatome:
  289. * phosphoproteome:
  290. * phylogenome, phylogenomics, phylome: Phylogenomics glossary
  291. * phyloproteomics: Proteomics glossary
  292. ** physiogenomics:
  293. * physiome:
  294. * physionomics:  
  295. * phytome: 2002 BiO center.
  296. * phytomics: 2002 BiO center.
  297. * predictome: 
  298. * promoterome: 
  299. * prokaryome:
  300. ** prokaryomics:
  301. * promotome:
  302. ** promotomics:
  303. * proteininteractome: 2001 BiO center
  304. proteininteractome: 2001 BiO center
  305. Proteome
  306. Proteomics
  307. pseudogenome: 
  308. ** pseudogenomics:
  309. Pseudome: The whole set of proteins and genes of Pseudomonas bacteria. This is not a academic field but a project name at the moment (2006)
  310. Pseudomics: The study of Pseudomes.
  311. Pseudoome: The whole lot of non-sensical ome definition.
  312. Pseudoomics: The study of pseudoomes.
  313. * regulome:   
  314. ** regulomics
  315. * religiome: 2004 Dan Bolser and BiO center. Total set of religious beleifs and artifacts in an individual, ethnic group or society.
  316. ** religiomics: The study of the religiome, for example comparative religiomics and network religiomics (study proposed 2002 Dan Bolser a Jo Park).
  317. * repeatome: 2003 BiO center
  318. ** repeatomics: 2003 BiO center
  319. * resistome:
  320. ** resistomics:
  321. * ribonome:
  322. * ribonomics:
  323. * ricegenome
  324. ** ricegenomics:
  325. * RNome:
  326. * saccharomics: 
  327. * secretome:
  328. ** secretomics:
  329. * separomics:
  330. * sequenceome:
  331. ** sequenceomics:
  332. * signalome:
  333. ** signalomics:
  334. * silicome:
  335. ** silicomics:
  336. * sociome: Dan Bolser and BiO center 2003 ? All the social memory (social conditioning) in a society of organisms (see neurome).
  337. ** sociomics:
  338. * somatonome:
  339. * steroidome: 2002 BiO center
  340. ** steroidomics: 2002 BiO center
  341. * structome: 1998 BiO center.
  342. ** structomics: 1998 BiO center
  343. * structuralinteractome:
  344. ** structuralinteractomics:
  345. * systeome: 
  346. * textome: 1999, Chris Ouzounis group and BiO center at EBI.
  347. ** textomics: 1999. BiO center at EBI
  348. * tissueome:
  349. ** tissueomics:
  350. * tissuome: Tissuome.org
  351. ** tissuomics:
  352. ** toponomics: See Proteomics categories topological proteomics, toponomics
  353. Toxicogenome
  354. Toxicogenomics:
  355. Toxicome:
  356. Toxicomics:
  357. Toxicoproteome:
  358. Toxicoproteomics: 2002.
  359. Transome:
  360. Transcriptome:
  361. Transcriptomics:
  362. Transgenome:
  363. Transgenomics:
  364. Translatome
  365. Translatomics
  366. Translationome:
  367. Translationomics: one of pseudoomics or pseudomics.
  368. * transportome:
  369. * transposome: 2001 BiO center
  370. ** transposomics: 2001 BiO center
  371. trinomics,
  372. unknome:
  373. vaccinome:
  374. vaccinomics:
  375. Variome.net
  376. variomics.net
  377. virome:
  378. viromics:
  379. virusome:
  380. virusomics:
  381. xenobiome
  382. Xenobiomics