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Archaeogenetics refers to the application of the techniques of molecular population genetics to the study of the human past. The topic has its origins in the study of human blood groups and the realisation that this classical genetic marker provides information about linguistic and ethnic groupings. Early work in this field included that of Ludwik and Hanka Hirszfeld, William Boyd and [A.E. Mourant? Arthur Mourant]. From the 1960s onwards, Luca Cavalli-Sforza used classical genetic markers to examine the prehistoric population of Europe, culminating in the publication of The History and Geography of Human Genes in 1994.


Biochemistry is the study of the chemistry of life, a bridge between biology and chemistry that studies how complex chemical reactions give rise to life. It is a hybrid branch of chemistry which specialises in the chemical processes in living organisms.


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Genomics is the study of an organism's genome and the use of the genes. It deals with the systematic use of genome information, associated with other data, to provide answers in biology, medicine, and industry.

Genomics has the potential of offering new therapeutic methods for the treatment of some diseases, as well as new diagnostic methods. Other applications are in the food and agriculture sectors. The major tools and methods related to genomics are bioinformatics, genetic analysis, measurement of gene expression, and determination of gene function.


Glycomics, or glycobiology? is a discipline of biology that deals with the structure and function of [Oligosaccharide? oligosaccharides] (chains of sugars). The term glycomics is derived from the chemical prefix for sweetness or a sugar, "glyco-", and was formed to follow the naming convention established by genomics (which deals with [Gene? genes]) and proteomics? (which deals with proteins). The identity of the entirety of carbohydrates in an organism is thus collectively referred to as the glycome?.


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Lipidomics is the large-scale study of non-water-soluble metabolites (lipids). Key technologies used in lipidomics research include electrospray ionization, mass spectrometry and liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry. Lipids represent key signaling molecules which control, or are (bio)-markers of, physiological and disease processes. They are also key structural components of cellular membranes. Lipidomics is thus a subset of metabolomics that aims to detect and quantify all lipid species within a biological sample


Nutrigenomics (nutritional genomics) is the application of the sciences of genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics to human nutrition, especially the relationship between nutrition and health. Nutrition and health research is focussed on the prevention of disease by optimising and maintaining cellular, tissue, organ and whole-body homeostasis. Nutrigenomics is associated with the issue of personalized nutrition, since claims are being made that differences in genotype? should result in differences in the diet and health relationship.


A branch of anthropology that is concerned with the characteristics of ancient environments and with their relationships to immunologic and hematologic function. The anthropological uses of the serological discoveries began as an effort to find a more scientific definition of race based on differing distribution of blood types. By 1940 and after several hundred studies that tested over a million subjects, researchers failed in achieving this goal. The data produced, how ever, were largely the basis for the development of human population genetics in the late 1930s and 1940s which redefined humans into gene pools instead of races.


The scientific study of the nature of disease and its causes, processes, development, and consequences. Also called pathobiology. The anatomic or functional manifestations of a disease: the pathology of cancer.


Pharmacology (in Greek: pharmacon (φάρμακον) meaning drug, and logos (λόγος) meaning science) is the study of how chemical substances interact with living systems. If substances have medicinal properties, they are considered pharmaceuticals. The field encompasses drug composition and properties, interactions, toxicology, therapy, and medical applications and antipathogenic capabilities.


Physiology (in Greek physis = nature and logos = word) is the study of the mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions of living organisms.


The occurrence of different forms, stages, or types in individual organisms or in organisms of the same species, independent of sexual variations. Polymorphism literally means 'having many forms.'


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Serology is a medical blood test to detect the presence of antibodies, such as antibodies produced against the envelope antigen of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). A serology may be performed when an infection is suspected. There are several serology techniques that can be used depending on the suspected antibodies. Serology techniques include agglutination, precipitation, complement-fixation and fluorescent antibodies..



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