OMIC

AcronymDefinition
OMICOphthalmic Mutual Insurance Company (San Francisco, CA)
OMICOrganic Materials Innovation Centre (UK)
OMICOverseas Merchandise Inspection Co. (Japan)
OMICOntario Mineral Industry Cluster (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada)
OMICObserver Mission in the Comoros (UN)
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These may soon be a thing of the past with the omics program being developed by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).
de la Pena described the ultimate goal of the government's "Omics" program.
The postgenomic era was a pivotal stage for the emergence of "omic" studies in biological research representing the beginning of the systems biology era.
Cushman's team has collected vast omic datasets from CAM plants.
Kenton said in a news release issued Monday that OMIC will augment the region's capabilities in metals, machining and manufacturing by delivering innovative solutions to industry while providing on-the-job research and educational opportunities for students at Oregon Tech and the other participating institutions.
Huiqin Ma from China Agricultural University in Beijing will open the third day of ICCWS 2016 with "Wine Production in Challenging Climates." She will focus on omics (including genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic and metabolomic studies) and big data to gain a better understanding of grape quality in cool climates.
Finally, he would like to see the emergence of omics for small-molecule mediators within the next decade.
The advances in biotechnology have allowed biomedical research to answer efficiently important biological questions in the different omics scales: genetics, genomics, transcriptomics, epigenomics, proteomics, and metabolomics [1-4].
Omics technologies may be used to identify changes or variation in gene expression (transcriptomics), proteins (proteomics), and metabolites (metabolomics) to elucidate biological mechanisms and/or biomarkers of exposure or effects.
Patients entering clinical trials would be identified after a comprehensive "omic" analysis from tissue to cell to DNA to RNA to protein to peptide to drug, and tested based on this molecular profile to maximize clinical outcome and minimise side effects.
The goal of this consortium (Fish Toxicogenomics--Moving into Regulation and Monitoring, held 21-23 April 2008 at the Pacific Environmental Science Centre, Vancouver, BC, Canada) was to assess current developments leading to the incorporation of omic technologies into environmental risk assessment and environmental monitoring, particularly in relation to aquatic ecotoxicogenomics.
In terms of profiling technology, omic technology is the most popular and conventional method for biomarker detection and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 12%.