Induced-transport tests with comparatively undegraded rabbit liver phosphoglucomutase show that the enzyme possesses a phosphoenzyme mechanism and that any interconversion of phosphoenzyme forms is very rapid. A relatively stable 32P-labelled phosphoenzyme was isolated, which exchanged label rapidly with substrates. The phospho group appears to be bonded to a serine residue on the enzyme.
Research Article|September 15 1985
Mechanism of action of rabbit liver phosphoglucomutase
Biochem J (1985) 230 (3): 791-795.
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H Jamil, J B Clarke; Mechanism of action of rabbit liver phosphoglucomutase. Biochem J 15 September 1985; 230 (3): 791–795. doi: https://doi.org/10.1042/bj2300791
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