Phosphorylase

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 Phosphorylase is an [[Enzyme|enzyme]] that [[Catalyse|catalyse]] the addition of an [[Inorganic_phosphate|inorganic phosphate]] to another molecule. The most common reaction of phosphorylase is the formation of [[glucose phosphate|glucose phosphate]] from [[Glycogen|glycogen]] and[[Inorganic_phosphate|inorganic phosphate]].
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 Phosphorylase is an [[Enzyme|enzyme]] that [[Catalyse|catalyse]] the addition of an [[Inorganic phosphate|inorganic phosphate]] to another molecule. The most common reaction of phosphorylase is the formation of [[Glucose phosphate|glucose phosphate]] from [[Glycogen|glycogen]] and [[Inorganic phosphate|inorganic phosphate]].

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 Phosphorylase is an enzyme that catalyse the addition of an inorganic phosphate to another molecule. The most common reaction of phosphorylase is the formation of glucose phosphate from glycogen and inorganic phosphate.

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