peptidome etymology

English word peptidome comes from English genome, English peptide

Detailed word origin of peptidome

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
genome English (eng) (genetics) The complete genetic information (either DNA or, in some viruses, RNA) of an organism.
peptide English (eng) (chemistry) The peptide bond itself.. (organic compound) A class of organic compounds consisting of various numbers of amino acids in which the amine of one is reacted with the carboxylic acid of the next to form an amide bond.
peptidome English (eng) (biochemistry, genetics) The complete set of peptides encoded by a particular genome, or present within a particular cell type or organism.

Words with the same origin as peptidome

Descendants of genome
acetylproteome desiccome epigenomic exoproteome extragenomic genomic intergenomic lipidomic memome metagenomic mitogenomic nongenomic oncogenomic phospholipidome phosphoproteome phylogenomic pregenomic prenylome proteome selenoproteome sphingolipidome sterolome subgenomic subproteome
Descendants of peptide
ectopeptidase exopeptidase metalloendopeptidase oligopeptidase peptibody peptidase peptidic peptoid transpeptidation