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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of phosphatase:

Derived Form of phosphatase

plural: phosphatases
any of a group of enzymes that act as a catalyst in the hydrolysis of organic phosphates
Type ofenzyme,

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  1. with an alkaline phosphatase--
  2. and then the alkaline phosphatase will break it down.
  3. And then broken down with the alkaline phosphatase.
  4. And these granules contain an acid phosphatase.
  5. They have acid phosphatase.
  6. An alkaline phosphatase, right?
  7. So we have a regulatory mechanism that actually works here and then glucose-6-phosphatase catalyses hydrolytic
  8. is another protein that is glucose-6-phosphatase that can release the phosphate but this happens
  9. the enzymes Glucokinase and glucose-6-phosphatase are both found in liver but not in most other
  10. they're filled with acid phosphatase--
  11. have acid phosphatase-- --and that will then enhance
  12. activates a phosphatase, that phosphatase now turns the
  13. You have PP2A as a phosphatase, Calcineurin as a phosphatase.
  14. a protein phosphatase that contributes to the
  15. You need a phosphatase to take that phosphate off.
  16. And in budding yeast, the system we work in, the major phosphatase
  17. And Cdc14, this phosphatase, is activated in early anaphase
  18. and by this mechanism, by activating the phosphatase
  19. by treating that phosphorylated protein with a phosphatase, Cdc14
  20. indicating that this phospho-regulation is reversible by the appropriate phosphatase.