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phos•pho•ryl•ase



Pronunciation: (fos'fur-u-lās", -lāz", fos-fôr'u-, -for'-), [key]
n. Biochem.
any enzyme, occurring widely in animal and plant tissue, that in the presence of an inorganic phosphate catalyzes the conversion of glycogen into sugar phosphate.

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phosphorus trichloridephosphorylate

 

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