ferritin

Ferritin vs Transferring - What's the difference?

ferritin | transferring |


As a noun ferritin

is ferritin.

As a verb transferring is

.

Ferritin vs Ferritic - What's the difference?

ferritin | ferritic |


As a noun ferritin

is ferritin.

As an adjective ferritic is

relating to a ferrite.

Taxonomy vs Ferritin - What's the difference?

taxonomy | ferritin |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and ferritin

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while ferritin is ferritin.

Ferritin vs Transferrin - What's the difference?

ferritin | transferrin |


In protein|lang=de terms the difference between ferritin and transferrin

is that ferritin is ferritin while transferrin is transferrin.

As nouns the difference between ferritin and transferrin

is that ferritin is ferritin while transferrin is transferrin.

Ferritin vs Bacterioferritin - What's the difference?

ferritin | bacterioferritin |


As nouns the difference between ferritin and bacterioferritin

is that ferritin is ferritin while bacterioferritin is (protein) an oligomeric protein, similar to ferritin, found in various bacteria.

Ferritin vs Phytoferritin - What's the difference?

ferritin | phytoferritin |


As nouns the difference between ferritin and phytoferritin

is that ferritin is (protein) any of a family of iron-carrying globular protein complexes consisting of 24 protein subunits while phytoferritin is (biochemistry) an iron-protein complex found in plant chloroplasts; it is the plant version of ferritin.

Ferritinic vs Ferritin - What's the difference?

ferritinic | ferritin | Derived terms |

Ferritinic is a derived term of ferritin.

Complex vs Ferritin - What's the difference?

complex | ferritin |


As nouns the difference between complex and ferritin

is that complex is a problem while ferritin is (protein) any of a family of iron-carrying globular protein complexes consisting of 24 protein subunits.

As an adjective complex

is made up of multiple parts; composite; not simple.

As a verb complex

is (chemistry|intransitive) to form a complex with another substance.

Protein vs Ferritin - What's the difference?

protein | ferritin |


As nouns the difference between protein and ferritin

is that protein is (biochemistry) any of numerous large, complex naturally-produced molecules composed of one or more long chains of amino acids, in which the amino acid groups are held together by peptide bonds while ferritin is (protein) any of a family of iron-carrying globular protein complexes consisting of 24 protein subunits.

What is the difference between ferritin and iron?

ferritin | iron |

Ferritin is a see also of iron.


As nouns the difference between ferritin and iron

is that ferritin is (protein) any of a family of iron-carrying globular protein complexes consisting of 24 protein subunits while iron is (uncountable) a common, inexpensive metal, often black in color, that rusts, is attracted by magnets, and is used in making steel.

As a adjective iron is

(not comparable) made of the metal iron.

As a verb iron is

to pass an iron over (clothing or some other item made of cloth) in order to remove creases.

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