nucleoplasmin

Nucleoplasmic vs Nucleoplasmin - What's the difference?

nucleoplasmic | nucleoplasmin |


As an adjective nucleoplasmic

is of or pertaining to nucleoplasm.

As a noun nucleoplasmin is

(protein) a chaperone protein that functions in the building of nucleosomes.

Nucleosome vs Nucleoplasmin - What's the difference?

nucleosome | nucleoplasmin |


As nouns the difference between nucleosome and nucleoplasmin

is that nucleosome is nucleosome while nucleoplasmin is (protein) a chaperone protein that functions in the building of nucleosomes.

Protein vs Nucleoplasmin - What's the difference?

protein | nucleoplasmin |


As nouns the difference between protein and nucleoplasmin

is that protein is protein while nucleoplasmin is (protein) a chaperone protein that functions in the building of nucleosomes.

Chaperone vs Nucleoplasmin - What's the difference?

chaperone | nucleoplasmin |


As nouns the difference between chaperone and nucleoplasmin

is that chaperone is an older person who accompanies other younger people to ensure the propriety of their behaviour, often an older woman accompanying a young woman while nucleoplasmin is (protein) a chaperone protein that functions in the building of nucleosomes.

As a verb chaperone

is to act as a chaperone.