Phosphoamidase



phosphoamidase phos·pho·am·i·dase (fŏs’fō-ām’ĭ-dās’, -dāz’)
n.
An enzyme that catalyzes the hydrolysis of phosphorus-nitrogen bonds, especially the hydrolysis of phosphocreatine to creatine and phosphoric acid.

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