Maltose phosphorylase

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Nomenclature

EC number

2.4.1.8

Systematic name

maltose:phosphate 1-β-d-glucosyltransferase

Recommended name

maltose phosphorylase

Synonyms

phosphorylase, maltose

CAS registry number

9030-19-7

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