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peptide small to mid sized molecule (range from dipeptide to small proteins with a maximal molecular mass of 20 kDa) composed of amino acids joined by 'peptide bonds'
peptidomics™ study of the full set of peptides and small proteins
(registered trademark of BioVision AG)
pharmacogenetics

study of all genes that influence and determine the metabolism and the response of a given drug

pharmacogenomics study of the interaction of individual genetic variations on the response of drug treatments
pharmacognosy

branch of pharmacology studying the effects of medicinal or pharmaceutical substances derived from natural sources (plants, fungi or animals)

pharmacovigilance science relating to the collection, detection, assessment, monitoring, and prevention of adverse effects with pharmaceutical products
(drug safety)
phylogeny evolutionary relationship between organisms
phylum group of related or similar organisms
phytozome Comparative plant genomics web portal released by the US Department of Energy's Joint Genome Institute. Phytozome aimes to support research into agriculture, biofuel, feed, and fiber research.
protein large, complex molecule composed of one or more chains of amino acids in a specific order
(discovered by Berzelius in 1838)
protein mapping detection, separation and characterisation of proteins in a sample
protein microarray

orderly arrangement of protein test sites on a solid substrate to perform hundreds or thousands of tests simultaneously (e.g. protein-protein interactions or drug screening)

synomym: protein chip

proteome all proteins expressed by a cell or an organ under specific conditions and under a particular time
proteomics study of the full set of proteins encoded by a genome that is expressed at a given time in a cell, tissue, organ or organism
proteomics, functional study of proteins and their biological interactions and functions
pseudogene non-functional sequences of genomic DNA wih large similarities to normal genes
pseudome complement of pseudogenes in the proteome
 

 

   
   
 
   
 

 

 

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