selenoprotein

Wikidiffcom vs Selenoprotein - What's the difference?

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As a noun selenoprotein is

selenoprotein.

Selenoprotein vs Selenoproteome - What's the difference?

selenoprotein | selenoproteome |


As nouns the difference between selenoprotein and selenoproteome

is that selenoprotein is (protein) any of many proteins that includes a selenocysteine or selenomethionine residue while selenoproteome is (biochemistry) a proteome of selenoproteins.

Selenoprotein vs Selenocysteine - What's the difference?

selenoprotein | selenocysteine |

Selenoprotein is a see also of selenocysteine.


As nouns the difference between selenoprotein and selenocysteine

is that selenoprotein is (protein) any of many proteins that includes a selenocysteine or selenomethionine residue while selenocysteine is (biochemistry) a naturally-occurring amino acid, present in several enzymes, whose structure is that of cysteine but with the sulfur atom replaced by one of selenium.