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Some may refer to:
- some, an English word used as a determiner and pronoun; see use of some
- The term associated with the existential quantifier
- "Some", a song by Built to Spill from their 1994 album There's Nothing Wrong with Love
- Some Records, a United States record label
- So Others Might Eat (SOME), a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit organization
- SoMe, short for Social media
- Some (film)
- -some (from soma, meaning "body"), a suffix applied to cellular organelles, large protein complexes or other bodies such as acidocalcisome, acrosome, aggresome, autophagosome, autosome, centrosome, chitosome, chlorosome, chromosome, cyanosome, cyclosome, degradosome, desmosome, dictyosome, endosome, exosome, fusome, glycosome, glyoxysome, hemidesmosome, hydrogenosome, karyosome, keratinosome, lysosome, mannosome, melanosome, mesosome, microsome, nucleosome, oleosome, parenthosome, peroxisome, phagolysosome, phagosome, phragmosome, phycobilisome, polarisome, polyribosome/polysome, preribosome, primosome, processosome, proteasome/proteosome, purinosome, repairosome, ribosome, signalosome, spectrosome, spherosome, spliceosome, synaptosome, transcriptosome.
- Songon An et al. (2008-04-04). "Reversible Compartmentalization of de Novo Purine Biosynthetic Complexes in Living Cells". Science 320 (5872): 103–106. doi:10.1126/science.1152241.
- "Gene Ontology Dictionary". 2003-11-28.
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