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<p><strong><font size="3"><font size="5">Omics<font size="4">.org</font> </font>is&nbsp;an <em><font color="#c0c0c0">[[openfree]]</font></em>&nbsp;wiki site for -omes and -omics in Biotechnology and Bioscience. <br />
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<p><font color="#999999"><strong><font size="3">A biological revolution in the way we understand ourselves and relatives.</font> </strong></font></p>
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            <td>Please use Omics.org portal site&nbsp;<strong>freely and openly</strong> for developing and building up ideas and software. You can host your own omics sites (also your own group/lab site) here. Omics&nbsp; related companies are welcome to put advertisements.<br />
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            Feel&nbsp; free to add or modify -omes and -omics fields and external links.</td>
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<p>[[Image:Omics matrix and integromics 20061103.gif|thumb|This image is Free for all. Under copylefted BioLicense]]</p>
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<h1><strong><font size="4">Definition of Omics</font></strong></h1>
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    <li>[[What is omics]] in biology? </li>
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    <li>[[Omes and Omics]] </li>
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    <li>[[Omes and Omics people]] </li>
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    <li>[[Acceptance of the concepts of omes and omics by biologists and systems scientists]] </li>
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    <li>[[History of Omics]] </li>
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    <li>[[Omics asks researchers to be openfree]]. </li>
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<h1><strong><font size="4">List of Omics and [[Omics projects]]</font></strong></h1>
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    <li><strong>[[Alphabetically ordered list of omes and omics]]:</strong> </li>
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    <li><strong>[[Pseudo-omes and Pseudo-omics]]</strong> </li>
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<h1><font size="4"><strong>Register Your Omics here.</strong></font></h1>
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<p><font size="4"><font size="3">&nbsp; You are welcome to put your new [[Omics name registry|omics here]]. Or in the&nbsp;<strong><font size="2">[[Alphabetically ordered list of omes and omics]]</font></strong></font></font></p>
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<p><font size="4"><font size="3">&nbsp; [http://omicist.org Omicists]: omics people</font><br />
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<h1><font size="4"><strong>Omics Background &amp; History</strong></font>&nbsp;</h1>
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    <li>[[Omics, Systems biology and Bioinformatics]] </li>
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    <li>[[Relationship with Systems Biology]] </li>
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    <li>[[Omics trend]]: pubmed hits for omics etc.<br />
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<h1><strong><font size="4">[[Omics classification]]: hierarchical</font></strong></h1>
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    <li><strong>[[Genomics]] category</strong> </li>
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    <li><strong>[[Arenayomics (RNAomics) category]]</strong>
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        <li>[[Transcriptomics category]] </li>
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    <li><strong>[[Proteomics category]]</strong> </li>
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    <li><strong>[[Ligandomics]] category</strong>
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        <li>[[Glycomics]] </li>
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    <li>[[Expressomics]] category </li>
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    <li>[[Interactomics]] </li>
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    <li>[[Phenomics category]] </li>
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    <li>[[Functomics category]] </li>
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    <li>[[Textomics category]] </li>
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    <li>[[Integromics]] </li>
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    <li>[[Sociomics ]] </li>
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    <li>[[Otheromics]] </li>
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<h1><strong><font size="4">[[Omics Opinions]]</font></strong></h1>
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    <li><font size="3">[http://www.ucl.ac.uk/Pharmacology/dc-bits/omics.pdf Too many omics?]</font> </li>
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    <li>[[Pseudo-omics and Nonsensomics]] </li>
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[[Omicist]]s and omists&nbsp;<br />
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</strong><font size="3">[[Omician]] and omists are people who study omes and omics. You can put your name in this [[omists list]].<br />
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<strong>Omics&nbsp;conferences</strong><br />
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<font size="3">►[http://www.omics.ch/ Omics.ch]:</font><font size="1"> Omics: Assembling Systems Biology, 24-28 June 2007 Centro Stefano Franscini (Switzerland) </font><br />
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<strong>[[Omics Databases]]</strong><br />
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<strong>[[Omics References]]</strong><br />
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</font><font size="2">[http://bio.cc/BiO/bioCC_jongbhak_20060901.pdf BioCC paper in Genomics and Informatics journal]</font>&nbsp; |&nbsp; [[BioCC: an openfree hypertext community cluster for biology]]<br />
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<font size="4"><strong>[[Omics News]]</strong></font><br />
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<h1><font size="4"><strong>External sources</strong></font></h1>
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    <li>[http://arep.med.harvard.edu/om.html Omics page in George Church lab] </li>
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    <li>[http://www.genomicglossaries.com/content/omes.asp CHI in USA] </li>
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    <li>[http://biodomain.org Biodomain]: BioXXX or Bio[.+] projects list.&nbsp; </li>
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    <li>[http://www.liebertpub.com/publication.aspx?pub_id=43 Omics journal] </li>
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    <li>[http://bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu/what-is-it/omes/omes.html Omes table] from Yale university. </li>
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    <li>[http://wikiomics.org/wiki/Main_Page Wikiomics] : <a class="external text" title="http://www.godziklab.org" rel="nofollow" href="http://www.godziklab.org/">Godzik lab</a> at the Burnham Institute for Medical Research in San Diego, California, USA. </li>
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    <li>[http://sysbio.med.harvard.edu/ Systems Biology at Harvard] </li>
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    <li>[http://www.nature.com/omics/index.html Nature magazine Omics Gateway] </li>
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    <li>[http://www.omicsworld.com/ Omicsworld.com] </li>
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    <li>[http://www.argosbiotech.de/700/omics/Xomics.htm X-ome and X-omics] </li>
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    <li><font size="2">[http://omicspace.riken.jp/ OmicBrowse] RIKEN </font>Genomic Sciences Center, <font size="2">Genome-Phenome Superbrain Project (GPSP)</font> </li>
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Revision as of 10:36, 13 October 2007

Omics.org is an openfree wiki site for -omes and -omics in Biotechnology and Bioscience.

A biological revolution in the way we understand ourselves and relatives.

Please use Omics.org portal site freely and openly for developing and building up ideas and software. You can host your own omics sites (also your own group/lab site) here. Omics  related companies are welcome to put advertisements.
Feel  free to add or modify -omes and -omics fields and external links.

This image is Free for all. Under copylefted BioLicense

Definition of Omics

List of Omics and Omics projects

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

Omics Background & History 

Omics classification: hierarchical

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
Omics.ch: Omics: Assembling Systems Biology, 24-28 June 2007 Centro Stefano Franscini (Switzerland)

Omics Databases

Omics References
BioCC paper in Genomics and Informatics journal  |  BioCC: an openfree hypertext community cluster for biology

Omics News


External sources

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

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