glutathionuria

glutathionuria

 [gloo″tah-thi″o-nu´re-ah]
the excretion of excessive amounts of glutathione in the urine, sometimes due to a hereditary enzyme deficiency that can cause mental retardation.
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glu·ta·thi·o·nu·ri·a

(glū'tă-thī'ō-nyū'rē-ă), [MIM*231950]
Elevated glutathione and/or glutathione disulfide levels in the urine.
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