List of biomolecules


List of biomolecules

This page aims to list articles on Wikipedia that describe particular biomolecules or types of biomolecules.

This list is not necessarily complete or up to date - if you see an article that should be here but isn't (or one that shouldn't be here but is), please update the page accordingly.

"See also:" Chemical compound, Organic compound, biochemistry.

"Similar lists:" List of compounds, List of organic compounds, List of proteins

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A

For substances with an A- or α- prefix such as
α-amylase, please see the parent page (in this case Amylase).

* A23187 (Calcimycin, Calcium Ionophore)
* Abamectin
* Abietic acid
* Acetic acid
* Acetylcholine
* Actin
* Actinomycin D
* Adenosine
* Adenosine diphosphate (ADP)
* Adenosine monophosphate (AMP)
* Adenosine triphosphate (ATP)
* Adenylate cyclase
* Adonitol
* Adrenaline, epinephrine
* Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH)
* Aequorin
* Aflatoxin
* Agar
* Alamethicin
* Alanine
* Albumins
* Aldosterone
* Aleurone
* Alpha-amanitin
* Allantoin
* α-Amanatin, see Alpha-amanitin
* Amino acid
* Anabolic steroid
* Anethole
* Angiotensinogen
* Amylase (also see α-amylase)
* Angiotensinogen
* Anisomycin
* Antidiuretic hormone (ADH)
* Arabinose
* Arginine
* Ascomycin
* Ascorbic acid (vitamin C)
* Asparagine
* Aspartic acid
* Asymmetric dimethylarginine
* Atrial-natriuretic peptide (ANP)
* Auxin
* Azadirachtin A – C35H44O16

B

*Bacteriocin
*Beauvericin
*Bicuculline
*Bilirubin
*Biopolymer
*Biotin (Vitamin H)
*Brefeldin A
*Brucine

C

* Cadaverine
* Caffeine
* Calciferol (Vitamin D)
* calcitonin
* Calmodulin
* Calmodulin
* Calreticulin
* Camphor
* Cannabinol
* Capsaicin
* Carbohydrase
* Carbohydrate
* Carnitine
* Carrageenan
* Casein
* Caspase
* Cellulase
* Cellulose
* Cerulenin
* Chelerythrine
* Chromomycin A3
* Chaparonin
* Chitin
* α-Chloralose
* Chlorophyll
* Cholecystokinin (CCK)
* Cholesterol
* Choline
* Chondroitin sulfate
* Cinnamaldehyde
* Citral
* Citric acid
* Citrinin
* Citronellal
* Citronellol
* Citrulline
* Cobalamin (Vitamin B12)
* Coenzyme
* Coenzyme Q
* Colchicine
* Collagen
* Coniine
* Corticosteroid
* Corticosterone
* Corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH)
* Cortisol
* Creatine
* Creatine kinase
* Crystallin
* α-Cyclodextrin
* Cyclodextrin glycosyltransferase
* Cyclopamine
* Cyclopiazonic acid
* Cysteine
* Cystine
* Cytidine
* Cytochalasin
* Cytochalasin E
* Cytochrome
* Cytochrome C
* Cytochrome c oxidase
* Cytochrome c peroxidase
* Cytokine
* Cytosine – C4H5N3O

D

*Deoxycholic acid
*DON (DeoxyNivalenol)
*Deoxyribofuranose
*Deoxyribose
*Deoxyribose nucleic acid (DNA)
*Dextran
*Dextrin
*DNA
*Dopamine

E

*Enzyme
*Ephedrine
*Epinephrine – C9H13NO3
*Erucic acid – CH3(CH2)7CH=CH(CH2)11COOH
*Erythritol
*Erythropoietin (EPO)
*Estradiol
*Eugenol

F

* Fatty acid
* Fibrin
* Fibronectin
* Folic acid (Vitamin M)
* Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
* Formaldehyde
* Formic acid
* Forskolin
* Fructose
* Fumonisin B1
* Fumonisin B2

G

*Gamma globulin
*Galactose
*Gamma globulin
*Gamma-aminobutyric acid
*Gamma-butyrolactone
*Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB)
*Gastrin
*Gelatin
*Geraniol
*Globulin
*Glucagon
*Glucosamine
*Glucose – C6H12O6
*Glucose oxidase
*Gluten
*Glutamic acid
*Glutamine
*Glutathione
*Gluten
*Glycerin (glycerol)
*Glycine
*Glycogen
*Glycolic acid
*Glycolipid
*Glycoprotein
*Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH)
*Granzyme
*Green fluorescent protein
*Growth hormone
*Growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH)
*GTPase
*Guanine
*Guanosine
*Guanosine triphosphate (+GTP)

H

*Haptoglobin

*Hematoxylin
*Heme
*Hemerythrin
*Hemocyanin
*Hemoglobin
*Hemoprotein
*Heparan sulfate
*High density lipoprotein, HDL
*Histamine
*Histidine
*Histone
*Histone methyltransferase
*HLA antigen
*Homocysteine
*Hormone
*human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG)
*Human growth hormone
*Hyaluronate
*Hyaluronidase
*Hydrogen peroxide
*Hydroxyproline
*5-Hydroxytryptamine

I

*Indigo
*Indole
*Inosine
*Inositol
*Insulin
*Insulin-like growth factor
*Integral membrane protein
*Integrase
*Integrin
*Intein
*Interferon
*Inulin
*Ionomycin
*Ionone
*Isoleucine
*Iron-sulfur cluster

J

K

*K252a
*K252b
*KT5720
*KT5823
*Keratin
*Kinase

L

For substances with an l- or L- prefix such as L-alanine or DL-alanine, please see the parent page (in this case alanine).

*Lactase
*Lactic acid
*Lactose
*Lanolin
*Lauric acid
*Leptin
*Leptomycin B
*Leucine
*Lignin
*Limonene
*Linalool
*Linoleic acid
*Linolenic acid
*Lipase
*Lipid
*Lipid anchored protein
*Lipoamide
*Lipoprotein
*Low density lipoprotein,LDL
*Luteinizing hormone (LH)
*Lycopene
*Lysine
*Lysozyme

M

*Malic acid
*Maltose
*Melatonin
*Membrane protein
*Metalloprotein
*Metallothionein
*Methionine
*Mimosine
*Mithramycin A
*Mitomycin C
*Monomer
*Mycophenolic acid
*Myoglobin
*Myosin

N

None

O

*Ochratoxin A
*Oestrogens
*Oligopeptide
*Oligomycin
*Orcin
*Orexin
*Ornithine
*Oxalic acid
*Oxidase
*Oxytocin

P

*p53
*PABA
*Paclitaxel
*Palmitic acid
*Pantothenic acid (Vitamin B5)
*parathyroid hormone (PTH)
*Paraprotein
*Pardaxin
*Parthenolide
*Patulin
*Paxilline
*Penicillic acid
*Penicillin
*Penitrem A
*Peptidase
*Pepsin
*Peptide
*Peripheral membrane protein
*Phenethylamine
*Phenylalanine
*Phosphagen
*phosphatase
*Phospholipid
*Phenylalanine
*Phytic acid
*Plant hormones
*Polypeptide
*Polyphenol
*Polysaccharide
*Porphyrin
*Prion
*Progesterone
*Prolactin (PRL)
*Proline
*Propionic acid
*Protamine
*Protease
*Protein
*Proteinoid
*Putrescine
*Pyrethrin
*Pyridoxine or pyridoxamine (Vitamin B6)
*Pyrrolysine
*Pyruvic acid

Q

*Quinone

R

*Radicicol
*Raffinose
*Renin
*Retinene
*Retinol (Vitamin A)
*Rhodopsin (visual purple)
*Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)
*Ribofuranose, Ribose
*Ricin
*RNA - Ribonucleic acid
*RuBisCO

S

* Safrole
* Salicylaldehyde
* Salicylic acid
* Salvinorin-A – C23H28O8
* Saponin
* Secretin
* Selenocysteine
* Selenomethionine
* Selenoprotein
* Serine
* Serine kinase
* Serotonin
* Skatole
* Signal recognition particle
* Somatostatin
* Sorbic acid
* Squalene
* Staurosporin
* Stearic acid
* Sterigmatocystin
* Sterol
* Strychnine
* Sucrose (sugar)
* Sugars (in general)
* superoxide

T

*T2 Toxin
*Tannic acid
*Tannin
*Tartaric acid
*Taurine
*Tetrodotoxin
*Thaumatin
*Topoisomerase
*Tyrosine kinase
*Taurine
*Testosterone
*Tetrodotoxin
*Thapsigargin
*Thaumatin
*Thiamine (Vitamin B1) – C12H17ClN4OS·HCl
*Threonine
*Thrombopoietin
*Thymidine
*Thymine
*Thiamine (Vitamin B1)
*Triacsin C
*Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH)
*Thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH)
*Thyroxine (T4)
*Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
*Topoisomerase
*Triiodothyronine (T3)
*Transmembrane receptor
*Trichostatin A
*Trophic hormone
*Trypsin
*Tryptophan
*Tubulin
*Tunicamycin
*Tyrosine

U

* Ubiquitin
* Uracil
* Urea
* Urease
* Uric acid – C5H4N4O3
* Uridine

V

* Valine
* Valinomycin
* Vanabins
* Vasopressin
* Verruculogen
* Vitamins (in general)
* Vitamin A (retinol)
* Vitamin B ()
** Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
** Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
** Vitamin B3 (niacin or nicotinic acid)
** Vitamin B4 (adenine)
** Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)
** Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine or pyridoxamine)
** Vitamin B12 (cobalamin)
* Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
* Vitamin D (calciferol)
* Vitamin E (tocopherol)
* Vitamin F
* Vitamin H (biotin)
* Vitamin K (naphthoquinone)
* Vitamin M (folic acid)
* Vitamin P (niacin or nicotinic acid)
* Vitamin S

W

* Water
* Wortmannin

X

* Xylose

Y

Z

* Zearalenone


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