Medical Definition of Goldflam disease

1. The characteristic feature of the disease is easy fatigue of certain voluntary muscle groups on repeated use. Muscles of the face or upper trunk are especially likely to be affected. In most and perhaps all cases due to the development of autoantibodies against the acetylcholine receptor in neuromuscular junctions. Immunisation of mice or rats with this receptor protein leads to a disease with the features of myasthenia. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Goldflam Disease

Golden Delicious
Golden Fleece
Golden Gate
Golden Gate Bridge
Golden Horde
Golden Horseshoe
Golden Jackal
Golden Retriever
Golden Retrievers
Golden Rule
Golden State
Golden Week
Goldenhar's syndrome
Goldflam disease (current term)
Goldie's fern
Goldie's shield fern
Goldilocks economy
Goldilocks planet
Goldilocks principle
Goldilocks zone
Goldman-Fox knives
Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz equation
Goldman equation
Goldman roll
Goldmann's applanation tonometer

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