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Human Cytome Project

Human Cytome Project

An initiative that explores the cellular systems of biological data obtained through genetic sequencing. The intention with this research is to further predictive medicine through cytomics and increase health professionals' ability to give accurate diagnoses. 

The Human Cytome project dives into a deeper understanding of gene sequences. It can be utilized to research diseases, such as diabetes, infections, allergies, and more. 



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There are various levels to the Human Cytome Project. The first level explores phenomena that occur during a cell systems life cycle, such as biomolecule synthesis and organelle functions. Researchers are considering what factors are important in cell systems that make them adaptable to new environments or what makes them resistant to medicines or therapies.



The second level pertains to single-cell preparations. The single-cell preparations are collected to determine the molecular status of the cells, either health or unhealthy, as descriptors for disease. This information can help researchers with tracing back a disease to a precise source.



The final level is referencing cells in assembled tissues. Researchers are observing interactions between molecules within tissues in an attempt to understand the functionality of these interactions. 

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Cytomics - New technologies: Towards a human cytome project

Günter Valet, James Leary, Attila Tárnok,





Human cytome project, cytomics, and systems biology: The incentive for new horizons in cytometry

Günter Valet





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