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o·mics

 (ō′mĭks, ŏm′ĭks)
n.
1. (used with a sing. or pl. verb) Analysis of large amounts of data representing an entire set of some kind, especially the entire set of molecules, such as proteins, lipids, or metabolites, in a cell, organ, or organism.
2. (used with a sing. verb) Any of the fields employing this approach, as proteomics or metabolomics.

[From -omics, as in genomics, proteomics, etc.]
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LAHORE -- The Institute of Biochemistry and Biotechnology of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore, in collaboration with the Punjab Agriculture Research Board (PARB) and Higher Education Commission (HEC) Islamabad, organised a two-day 'International Conference on Omics for Animal Sciences: Opportunities and Challanges', here on Tuesday.
LAHORE -- The Institute of Biochemistry and Biotechnology of the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore, in collaboration with Punjab Agriculture Research Board (PARB) and Higher Education Commission (HEC), organised a two-day International Conference on Omics for Animal Sciences: Opportunities and Challenges on Tuesday, a press release issued stated.
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