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(Science: enzyme) An enzyme that catalyses the conversion of d-glucose-6-phosphate and water to d-glucose and orthophosphate. This enzyme is deficient in glycogen storage disease Ia.

chemical name: d-glucose-6-phosphate phosphohydrolase

registry number: EC

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