In biochemistry, the metallome is the dissemination of free metal particles in all of cell compartments. The term was characterized in similarity with proteome as metallomics is the investigation of metallome: the "extensive examination of the aggregate of metal and metalloid species inside a cell or tissue type". Therefore, metallomics can be viewed as a part of metabolomics, despite the fact that the metals are not normally considered as metabolites. The metallotranscriptome can be characterized as the guide of the whole transcriptome within the sight of biologically or environmentally relevant concentrations of a essential or poisonous metal, individually. The metallometabolome comprises the total pool of small metabolites in a cell at some random time. This gives rise to the metallointeractome and information of this is essential in metallomics managing lethality and medication discovery
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