A protein or other structure composed of two subunits.
a polymer containing two monomers.
Two reversibly associated macromolecular structures; two covalently associated molecules.
A molecule or compound formed by the combination of two identical simple molecules.
A composite molecule formed by the binding of two molecules (see homo and heterodimers).
a molecule produced when two molecules of the same chemical structure bond together, e.g., cyclobutane pyrimidine dimer
A protein complex composed of two proteins. In a homodimer, the two proteins are identical, whereas a heterodimer contains two different proteins.
a compound whose molecules are composed of two identical monomers
a complex of two protein molecules
a molecule composed of two subunits linked together
a molecule consisting of two of the same atoms or molecules stuck together
A molecule consisting of two identical simpler molecules. For example, nitrogen dioxide (NO2) forms a dimer (N2O4).
A molecule that consists of 2 similar, but not necessarily identical subunits.
A complex made up of two molecules, for instance an enzyme with two subunits.
Molecule formed by combination of two smaller (identical) molecules.
molecule that is made of two monomers bound together.
A compound formed by the union of two radicals or two molecules of a simpler compound; specifically : a polymer formed from two molecules of a monomer
a compound formed by a union of two simpler compounds or elements.
A substance (comprising molecules) formed from two molecules of a monomer.