Discover the world of omics

What are Omics?

“Omics” is a term that refers to the specific fields of study used to determine your biology. This includes “genomics” (the study of genes), “phenomics” (the study of physical traits), and “exposomics” (the study of environmental influences). As we gather and connect omics data, we can fill in knowledge gaps and advance medical science. With progress in artificial intelligence the ability to predict patterns across large volumes of omics data has been made possible for the first time in human history. This may enable a new generation of personalized medicine that is more specifically tailored to individual factors.

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    Phenome My Biometrics
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    Microbiome Bacteria
  • physiome image
    PhysiomeActivities & Vitals
  • genome image
    Genome Family & Gene
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    Clinome Diagnostics
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    Exposome Environment
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    Proteome Lab Tests
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    Pharmacome Medications
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    Sociome Social & Community

Why are Omics important?

As we learn more about the genome, we are able to provide deeper insights into the diagnosis of cancer and rare disease. By also taking into consideration the clinome, pharmacome, and proteome, we can better pinpoint clinical risks in a holistic way. Additionally, omics about physical activity, social interaction, and environmental influence will help screen the overall health of a population. With a multi-omics approach, scientists can now quantify collective biological changes in a much more comprehensive way.

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