transmethylation

Transmethylation vs Adenosylmethionine - What's the difference?

transmethylation | adenosylmethionine |


As nouns the difference between transmethylation and adenosylmethionine

is that transmethylation is (organic chemistry|biochemistry) the transfer of a methyl group between molecules, especially between biological compounds such as amino acids or the components of nucleic acids while adenosylmethionine is (biochemistry) an adenosyl derivative of methionine that is a common co-substrate involved in transmethylation.

Biological vs Transmethylation - What's the difference?

biological | transmethylation |


As an adjective biological

is of or relating to biology.

As a noun transmethylation is

(organic chemistry|biochemistry) the transfer of a methyl group between molecules, especially between biological compounds such as amino acids or the components of nucleic acids.

Molecule vs Transmethylation - What's the difference?

molecule | transmethylation |


As nouns the difference between molecule and transmethylation

is that molecule is (chemistry) the smallest particle of a specific element or compound that retains the chemical properties of that element or compound; two or more atoms held together by chemical bonds while transmethylation is (organic chemistry|biochemistry) the transfer of a methyl group between molecules, especially between biological compounds such as amino acids or the components of nucleic acids.

Methyl vs Transmethylation - What's the difference?

methyl | transmethylation |


As nouns the difference between methyl and transmethylation

is that methyl is (organic compound) the univalent hydrocarbon radical, ch3, formally derived from methane by the loss of a hydrogen atom; a compound or part of a compound formed by the attachment of such a radical while transmethylation is (organic chemistry|biochemistry) the transfer of a methyl group between molecules, especially between biological compounds such as amino acids or the components of nucleic acids.

Transfer vs Transmethylation - What's the difference?

transfer | transmethylation |


As nouns the difference between transfer and transmethylation

is that transfer is (uncountable) the act of conveying or removing something from one place, person or thing to another while transmethylation is (organic chemistry|biochemistry) the transfer of a methyl group between molecules, especially between biological compounds such as amino acids or the components of nucleic acids.

As a verb transfer

is to move or pass from one place, person or thing to another.

Transmethylation vs Methyltransferase - What's the difference?

transmethylation | methyltransferase |


As nouns the difference between transmethylation and methyltransferase

is that transmethylation is (organic chemistry|biochemistry) the transfer of a methyl group between molecules, especially between biological compounds such as amino acids or the components of nucleic acids while methyltransferase is (enzyme) any enzyme that catalyzes transmethylation.