Methyltransferase vs Monomethyltransferase - What's the difference?

methyltransferase | monomethyltransferase |


In enzyme|lang=en terms the difference between methyltransferase and monomethyltransferase

is that methyltransferase is (enzyme) any enzyme that catalyzes transmethylation while monomethyltransferase is (enzyme) any methyltransferase that transfers a single methyl group.

As nouns the difference between methyltransferase and monomethyltransferase

is that methyltransferase is (enzyme) any enzyme that catalyzes transmethylation while monomethyltransferase is (enzyme) any methyltransferase that transfers a single methyl group.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

methyltransferase

English

Noun

(wikipedia methyltransferase) (en noun)
  • (enzyme) Any enzyme that catalyzes transmethylation
  • monomethyltransferase

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (enzyme) Any methyltransferase that transfers a single methyl group