Bibliome

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Bibliome is the totality of biblical text corpus. This term was coined around 2000 in EBI(European Bioinformatics Institute) to denote the importance of biological text information. Bibliome is to genome and proteome. From bibliome, biologists and computer scientists datamine to discover new gene targets and drugs. Bibliomics is the bioinformatics study of bibliome. Bibliome is not a pseudoome because it is a useful concept that is used by bioinformatists.

 

See also

Textome

Textomics