In the battle of the 'omes, one 'ome towers over all others.

According to the blog Seqonomics, the term 'genome' is by far the most popular of the 'omes, as determined by the number of hits on Google and PubMed.

On Google, 'genome' has received 63.7 million hits, more than 10 times the number of hits for the next most popular 'ome term, 'proteome,' which has had 6.35 million hits, Seqonomics says, though it does not indicate the time period covered.

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