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  1. So, phosphorylase kinase is the kinase that phosphorylated glycogen phosphorylase and
  2. to phosphorylase and it's going to activate phosphorylase so it can release glucose from
  3. phosphorylase. It's actually going to transfer a phosphate group to it. And now we have phosphorylase
  4. And the enzyme that does that is called glycogen phosphorylase.
  5. So here's glycogen phosphorylase when you've just had a carbohydrate rich meal;
  6. Then you look at glycogen phosphorylase, it's turned off.
  7. each of the chains that's in the glycogen phosphorylase dimer.
  8. Well, glycogen phosphorylase kinase that was the first kinase that Krebs and Fischer characterized.
  9. That's the kinase that phosphorylates glycogen phosphorylase.
  10. So we now have one kinase, PKA, turning on another kinase, glycogen phosphorylase kinase.
  11. And then, that in turn acts on glycogen phosphorylase
  12. And the other one that I told you about is phosphorylase kinase.
  13. As I showed for glycogen phosphorylase,
  14. to pass on that phosphate group to phosphorylase. So it's activated and it can break down glycogen
  15. it can create and activate phosphorylase, which can actually free up glucose. Glucose
  16. The final step in this reaction is catalyzed by thymidine phosphorylase, an enzyme that
  17. called glycogen phosphorylase enzyme now this degradation is going on
  18. the glycogen degradation here mediated by glycogen phosphorylase and that is