phosphohexose isomerase

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phos·pho·hex·ose isomerase -'hek-.sōs- n PHOSPHOHEXOISOMERASE

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phos·pho·hex·ose isom·er·ase (fos″fo-hek″sōs i-somґər-ās) glucose-6-phosphate isomerase.

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