glucose 6-phosphatase

glucose 6-phosphatase
   The enzyme that catalyses the conversion of glucose 6-phosphate to glucose plus inorganic phosphate.

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  • phosphatase — Any of a group of enzymes (EC 3.1.3.x) that liberate orthophosphate from phosphoric esters. SEE ALSO: phosphohydrolases. acid p. a p. with an optimum pH of less than 7.0 (for several isozymes, it is 5.4), notably present in the prostate gland;… …   Medical dictionary

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