Growing trend of CE at the omics level: the frontier of systems biology - an update
- Growing trend of CE at the omics level: the frontier of systems biology - an update
- 반은미; 박수현; 강민정; 이현정; 송은주; 유영숙
- CE; Omics; Systems biology
- Issue Date
- VOL 33, NO 1, 2-13
- Omics is the study of proteins, peptides, genes, and metabolites in living organisms.
Systems biology aims to understand the system through the study of the relationship
between elements such as genes and proteins in biological system. Recently, systems
biology emerged as the result of the advanced development of high-throughput analysis
technologies such as DNA sequencers, DNA arrays, and mass spectrometry for omics
studies. Among a number of analytical tools and technologies, CE and CE coupled to MS
are promising and relatively rapidly developing tools with the potential to provide
qualitative and quantitative analyses of biological molecules. With an emphasis on CE for
systems biology, this review summarizes the method developments and applications of
CE for the genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic, and metabolomic studies focusing on the
drug discovery and disease diagnosis and therapies since 2009.
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