farnesyl

Farnesyl - What does it mean?

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Farnesyl vs Lonafarnib - What's the difference?

farnesyl | lonafarnib |


As nouns the difference between farnesyl and lonafarnib

is that farnesyl is (biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol while lonafarnib is a particular farnesyl-oh-transferase inhibitor.

Farnesyltransferase vs Farnesyl - What's the difference?

farnesyltransferase | farnesyl | Derived terms |

Farnesyltransferase is a derived term of farnesyl.


As nouns the difference between farnesyltransferase and farnesyl

is that farnesyltransferase is one of the three enzymes in the prenyltransferase group, believed to play an important role in development of progeria and various cancers while farnesyl is (biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol.

Farnesylpyrophosphate vs Farnesyl - What's the difference?

farnesylpyrophosphate | farnesyl | Derived terms |

Farnesylpyrophosphate is a derived term of farnesyl.


In context|biochemistry|lang=en terms the difference between farnesylpyrophosphate and farnesyl

is that farnesylpyrophosphate is (biochemistry) an intermediate in the hmg-coa reductase pathway used by organisms in the biosynthesis of terpenes, terpenoids, and sterols while farnesyl is (biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol.

As nouns the difference between farnesylpyrophosphate and farnesyl

is that farnesylpyrophosphate is (biochemistry) an intermediate in the hmg-coa reductase pathway used by organisms in the biosynthesis of terpenes, terpenoids, and sterols while farnesyl is (biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol.

Farnesoid vs Farnesyl - What's the difference?

farnesoid | farnesyl | Related terms |

Farnesoid is a related term of farnesyl.


In context|biochemistry|lang=en terms the difference between farnesoid and farnesyl

is that farnesoid is (biochemistry) of or relating to farnesol or its derivatives, especially to the metabolically active farnesyl pyrophosphate while farnesyl is (biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol.

As an adjective farnesoid

is (biochemistry) of or relating to farnesol or its derivatives, especially to the metabolically active farnesyl pyrophosphate.

As a noun farnesyl is

(biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol.

Farnesene vs Farnesyl - What's the difference?

farnesene | farnesyl | Related terms |

Farnesene is a related term of farnesyl.


As nouns the difference between farnesene and farnesyl

is that farnesene is (chemistry) any of six sesquiterpenes, one of which is responsible for the green colour of apples while farnesyl is (biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol.

Farnesol vs Farnesyl - What's the difference?

farnesol | farnesyl | Related terms |

Farnesyl is a related term of farnesol.


As nouns the difference between farnesol and farnesyl

is that farnesol is (organic compound) a sesquiterpene alcohol that is present in many essential oils and is involved in the biosynthesis of cholesterol while farnesyl is (biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol.

Radical vs Farnesyl - What's the difference?

radical | farnesyl |


As nouns the difference between radical and farnesyl

is that radical is a member of the most progressive wing of the liberal party; someone favouring social reform (but generally stopping short of socialism) while farnesyl is (biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol.

As an adjective radical

is favoring fundamental change, or change at the root cause of a matter.

Univalent vs Farnesyl - What's the difference?

univalent | farnesyl |


As nouns the difference between univalent and farnesyl

is that univalent is (genetics) any univalent chromosome while farnesyl is (biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol.

As an adjective univalent

is (chemistry) having a valence of 1, or having only one valence.

Farnesyl vs Farnesylate - What's the difference?

farnesyl | farnesylate |


As a noun farnesyl

is (biochemistry) the univalent radical derived from farnesol.

As a verb farnesylate is

(biochemistry) to attach a farnesyl group to a protein.