G protein diseases

G protein diseases

a widely variant group of diseases resultant from mutations in G proteins; these include endocrine adenomas, cholera, and nightblindness.
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G pro·tein dis·eas·es

(prō'tēn di-zēz'ĕz)
A widely variant group of diseases resulting from mutations in G proteins; these include endocine adenomas, cholera, and night blindness.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

G protein diseases

A group of diseases caused by abnormalities in G PROTEINS so that hormonal stimulation is reduced or is abnormally persistent. They include essential HYPERTENSION, CHOLERA, ACROMEGALY, night blindness, pseudohypoparathyroisism, and adenomas of the thyroid, adrenal and ovary.
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