Grave&’s disease


Grave&’s disease
Autoimmune disease characterized by goitre, exophthalmia and thyrotoxicosis. Autoantigen is probably TSH-receptor or closely associated protein in thyroid. In Caucasians is associated with HLA-B8 and DR3.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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