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Which of the following statements regarding proteomics is correct?

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Default Which of the following statements regarding proteomics is correct?



A. Proteomics is the study of protein interaction within a cell.
B. Proteomics involves the complete analysis of the prokaryotes.
C. Proteomics is a straightforward task that is technically simple.
D. Proteomics is the systemic study of the full set of proteins encoded by a genome.
E. Proteomics and genomics allows scientists to study life in an ever-increasing reductive approach.
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