glycine

Trimethylglycine vs Glycine - What's the difference?

trimethylglycine | glycine |


As a noun trimethylglycine

is trimethylglycine.

As a proper noun glycine is

.

Glycine vs Alanine - What's the difference?

glycine | alanine |


As a proper noun glycine

is .

As a noun alanine is

(amino acid|uncountable) a nonessential amino acid 2-aminopropanoic acid found in most animal proteins.

Glycine vs Glucose - What's the difference?

glycine | glucose |


As a proper noun glycine

is .

As a noun glucose is

.

Glycine vs Glycerol - What's the difference?

glycine | glycerol |


As a proper noun glycine

is .

As a noun glycerol is

glycerol.

Proline vs Glycine - What's the difference?

proline | glycine |


As a noun proline

is (amino acid) a nonessential amino acid c5h9no2 found in most animal proteins, especially collagen; its cyclic structure leads to kinks in the peptide chain of proteins.

As a proper noun glycine is

.

Glycine - What does it mean?

glycine | |

Glycine vs Glycinebetaine - What's the difference?

glycine | glycinebetaine |

Glycine vs Fattyacids - What's the difference?

glycine | fattyacids |

Glycine vs Glycone - What's the difference?

glycine | glycone |


As a proper noun glycine

is .

As a noun glycone is

(carbohydrate) the sugar residue of a glycoside.

Glycine vs Glucine - What's the difference?

glycine | glucine |


As a proper noun glycine

is .

As a noun glucine is

(mineral) a monoclinic mineral containing beryllium, calcium, hydrogen, oxygen, and phosphorus.

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