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Either of the two enzymes, designated 3‐phytase (EC and 6‐phytase (EC, that catalyse the hydrolytic removal of a phosphoric residue from phytate at the 3‐position or the 6‐position, respectively; most commonly it signifies 6‐phytase.


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