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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://biosite.org Biosite.org]. The openfree bioportal for biosites.</li>
    <li>[http://www.genomicglossaries.com/content/omes.asp CHI in USA] </li>
 
 
     <li>[http://biodomain.org Biodomain]: BioXXX or Bio[.+] projects list.&nbsp; </li>
 
     <li>[http://biodomain.org Biodomain]: BioXXX or Bio[.+] projects list.&nbsp; </li>
 
     <li>[http://www.liebertpub.com/publication.aspx?pub_id=43 Omics journal] </li>
 
     <li>[http://www.liebertpub.com/publication.aspx?pub_id=43 Omics journal] </li>
 
     <li>[http://bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu/what-is-it/omes/omes.html Omes table] from Yale university. </li>
 
     <li>[http://bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu/what-is-it/omes/omes.html Omes table] from Yale university. </li>
     <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://wikiomics.org/wiki/Main_Page Wikiomics] : <a href="http://www.godziklab.org/" rel="nofollow" title="http://www.godziklab.org" class="external text">Godzik lab</a> at the Burnham Institute for Medical Research in San Diego, California, USA. </li>
 
     <li>[http://sysbio.med.harvard.edu/ Systems Biology at Harvard] </li>
 
     <li>[http://sysbio.med.harvard.edu/ Systems Biology at Harvard] </li>
 
     <li>[http://www.nature.com/omics/index.html Nature magazine Omics Gateway] </li>
 
     <li>[http://www.nature.com/omics/index.html Nature magazine Omics Gateway] </li>
 
     <li>[http://www.omicsworld.com/ Omicsworld.com] </li>
 
     <li>[http://www.omicsworld.com/ Omicsworld.com] </li>
 
     <li>[http://www.argosbiotech.de/700/omics/Xomics.htm X-ome and X-omics] </li>
 
     <li>[http://www.argosbiotech.de/700/omics/Xomics.htm X-ome and X-omics] </li>
     <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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     <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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    <li>[http://www.genomicglossaries.com/content/omes.asp CHI in USA] </li>
 
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<p>[http://bioinformatics.ws Bioinformatics.ws] | [http://networkbiology.org Networkbiology] | [http://biosite.org Biosite] | [http://bvio.com Bvio] |[http://meta.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki_User%27s_Guide User's Guide]| [http://biopedia.org Biopedia] | [http://bioproject.org Bioproject] | [http://www.kobic.re.kr KOBIC] | <strong><font size="1">[[Special:statistics|Statistics]] </font></strong></p>
 
<p>[http://bioinformatics.ws Bioinformatics.ws] | [http://networkbiology.org Networkbiology] | [http://biosite.org Biosite] | [http://bvio.com Bvio] |[http://meta.wikipedia.org/wiki/MediaWiki_User%27s_Guide User's Guide]| [http://biopedia.org Biopedia] | [http://bioproject.org Bioproject] | [http://www.kobic.re.kr KOBIC] | <strong><font size="1">[[Special:statistics|Statistics]] </font></strong></p>

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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.

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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 

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

Omics News


External sources

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

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