phosphorylases


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phos·phor·y·las·es

(fos-fōr'i-lās'ĕz),
1. General term for enzymes transferring a phosphoryl group to some organic acceptor, hence belonging to the transferases.
2. Specifically, enzymes that release a single glucosyl residue from a polyglucose as d-glucose 1-phosphate, the phosphate coming from orthophosphate; for example, phosphophorylase, sucrose phosphorylases, cellobiose phosphorylases.
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Complete amino acid sequence of rabbit muscle glycogen phosphorylase.
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Subunit interactions and their relationship to the allosteric properties of rabbit skeletal muscle phosphorylase b.
The role of adenylic acid in the activation of phosphorylase.

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