The transcriptome is the set of mRNAs in an organism and the template for protein synthesis in a manner called translation. The transcriptome reflects the genes which are actively expressed at any given moment. Gene expression microarrays degree packaged mRNA as a summary of gene activity. Recent traits have opened new opportunities to utilize transcriptomics and metabolomics for personalized and precision medicine. It is now viable to deduce from blood transcriptomics, with fine accuracy, the contribution of immune activation and of cell subpopulations. Transcriptomics and metabolomics can be integrated to provide an extra complete knowledge of the human organic states.
- Track 1-1 Blood Systems Biology
- Track 2-2 Human Transcriptome
- Track 3-3 Personalized Medicine
- Track 4-4 Micro Array
- Track 5-5 Data Integration