Metabonomics

Metabonomics: The study of metabolic responses to drugs, environmental changes and diseases. Metabonomics is an extension of genomics (concerned with DNA) and proteomics (concerned with proteins). Following on the heels of genomics and proteomics, metabonomics may lead to more efficient drug discovery and individualized patient treatment with drugs
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metabonomics

Type: Term Pronunciation: mĕt-ah-bō-nom′iks Definitions: 1. The metabolic response of living systems to pathophysiologic stresses or genetic modification as measured in a quantitative and time-related fashion; sometimes used to draft dietery guidelines.
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