Molecular vs Glycosynapse - What's the difference?

molecular | glycosynapse |


As an adjective molecular

is (chemistry) relating to, or consisting of, or produced by molecules.

As a noun glycosynapse is

(biology) a molecular assembly that functions as a microdomain that mediates cell adhesion and signals transduction events that affect cellular phenotypes.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

molecular

English

Adjective

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  • (chemistry) Relating to, or consisting of, or produced by molecules.
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  • (chemistry) (of an element) Combined with itself and with no other element; elemental.
  • Relating to a simple or basic structure or organization.
  • Relating to molecular gastronomy.
  • molecular dishes

    Derived terms

    * bimolecular * gram-molecular weight * intermolecular * intramolecular * molecular biologist * molecular biology * molecular formula * molecular genetics * molecular knife * molecular medicine * molecular modeling * molecular orbital * molecular sieve * molecular weight * monomolecular * orthomolecular * supramolecular * trimolecular ----

    glycosynapse

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (biology) A molecular assembly that functions as a microdomain that mediates cell adhesion and signals transduction events that affect cellular phenotypes
  • References

    * National Academy of Sciences