Phosphorylase meaning

fŏsfər-ə-lās, -lāz
An enzyme that catalyzes the production of glucose phosphate from glycogen and inorganic phosphate.
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Any of a group of enzymes, widely distributed in plant and animal tissues, that help inorganic phosphates break down glycogen and other complex sugars.
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Any of a class of enzymes that catalyze the attachment of a phosphate group to another molecule.
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(biochemistry) Any enzyme that catalyzes the production of glucose phosphate from glycogen and inorganic phosphate.
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Origin of phosphorylase