A small peptide bound to a sugar molecule can bind to an allosteric site on an enzyme stimulating its activity. This enzyme is a protein kinase (meaning that it can phosphorylate proteins) that activates sugar hydrolase enzymes (meaning that they hydrolyze sugars).
As more hydrolase enzymes are activated, they will eventually hydrolyze the sugar attached to the peptide, preventing the peptide from binding to the allosteric site of the kinase and inhibiting the enzyme.
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