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Phosphorylase PhosphorylaseIdentifiersEC number2.4.1.1CAS number9035-74-9 DatabasesIntEnzIntEnz viewBRENDABRENDA entryExPASyNiceZyme viewKEGGKEGG entryMetaCycmetabolic pathwayPRIAMprofilePDB structuresRCSB PDB PDBe PDBsumSearchPMCarticlesPubMedarticlesNCBIproteins Phosphorylases are enzymes that catalyze the addition of a phosphate group from an inorganic phosphate (phosphate+hydrogen) to an acceptor. A-B + P ⇌ A + P-B They include allosteric enzymes that catalyze the production of glucose-1-phosphate from a glucan such as… read more »

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Phosphorylase PhosphorylaseIdentifiersEC number2.4.1.1CAS number9035-74-9 DatabasesIntEnzIntEnz viewBRENDABRENDA entryExPASyNiceZyme viewKEGGKEGG entryMetaCycmetabolic pathwayPRIAMprofilePDB structuresRCSB PDB PDBe PDBsumSearchPMCarticlesPubMedarticlesNCBIproteins Phosphorylases are enzymes that catalyze the addition of a phosphate group from an inorganic phosphate (phosphate+hydrogen) to an acceptor. A-B + P ⇌ A + P-B They include allosteric enzymes that catalyze the production of glucose-1-phosphate from a glucan such as… read more »

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Phosphorylase PhosphorylaseIdentifiersEC number2.4.1.1CAS number9035-74-9 DatabasesIntEnzIntEnz viewBRENDABRENDA entryExPASyNiceZyme viewKEGGKEGG entryMetaCycmetabolic pathwayPRIAMprofilePDB structuresRCSB PDB PDBe PDBsumSearchPMCarticlesPubMedarticlesNCBIproteins Phosphorylases are enzymes that catalyze the addition of a phosphate group from an inorganic phosphate (phosphate+hydrogen) to an acceptor. A-B + P ⇌ A + P-B They include allosteric enzymes that catalyze the production of glucose-1-phosphate from a glucan such as… read more »

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