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genomics

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genomics

noun plural but singular in construction ge·no·mics \jē-ˈnō-miks, jə-\

Definition of GENOMICS

:  a branch of biotechnology concerned with applying the techniques of genetics and molecular biology to the genetic mapping and DNA sequencing of sets of genes or the complete genomes of selected organisms, with organizing the results in databases, and with applications of the data (as in medicine or biology) — compare proteomics

First Known Use of GENOMICS

1987

genomics

noun plural but singular in construction ge·no·mics \jē-ˈnō-miks, jə-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of GENOMICS

:  a branch of biotechnology concerned with applying the techniques of genetics and molecular biology to the genetic mapping and DNA sequencing of sets of genes or the complete genomes of selected organisms using high-speed methods, with organizing the results in databases, and with applications of the data (as in medicine or biology)—compare proteomics

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