The study of the proteome, the complete set of proteins expressed by an organism, tissue, or cell. It includes the study of changes in protein expression patterns as related to diseases and environmental conditions.

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    A disturbance of cell growth that causes overgrowth, asymmetry, and gigantism of bones, limbs, skin, and other organs. Its symptoms also include vascular malformations; raised, rough skin; and overgrowth of fat. John Merrick, the 19th-century Englishman known as the ‘elephant man,’ is thought to have had Proteus syndrome. No specific treatment is available.

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    Prothrombin mutation G20210A.

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    Prothrombin mutation G20210A.

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