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Revision as of 21:42, 3 March 2020

 Omics.org is an openfree wiki site for omes and omics.

What is omics? | What is Oming?  |  How to use this web site?


 Omics projects List


♦► Alphabetical Omes and Omics!


♦♦ Hierarchical Omes and Omics 


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Omics News Archive

       Omics News

◎ Definition of Omics


◎ Ome versus Omics
Ome versus omics graph by Jong Bhak openfree.gif

Register Your Omics here.

   You are welcome to put your new omics here.

   Or in the Alphabetically ordered list of omes and omics

    Omicists: omics people




◎ Learning Omics

◎ Omics Background & History

Omics classification: hierarchical 

          [[File:Omics pathway jong bhak 20071231_2.pptx|thumb]



Omics Opinions

Omicists and omists 
Omician and omists are people who study omes and omics. You can put your name in this omists list.

Omics conferences
Biological Complex Systems. Nov. 2007. Busan, Korea.
Omics.ch: Omics: Assembling Systems Biology, 24-28 June 2007 Centro Stefano Franscini (Switzerland)

Omics Databases

Omics journals

Omics References

BioCC paper in Genomics and Informatics journal  |  BioCC:_an_openfree_hypertext_community_cluster_for_biology


◎ External sources

  1. Biodomain.org: BioXXX or Bio[.+] projects list.
  2. Omics journal
  3. Omes table from Yale university.
  4. Wikiomics : Godzik lab at the Burnham Institute for Medical Research in San Diego, California, USA.
  5. Systems Biology at Harvard
  6. Nature magazine Omics Gateway
  7. Omicsworld.com
  8. X-ome and X-omics
  9. OmicBrowse RIKEN Genomic Sciences Center, Genome-Phenome Superbrain Project (GPSP)
  10. CHI in USA
  11. An "-OMICS" Glossary by US FDA


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